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Kaiser Baas Digital Photo Key Ring

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Cameras, Misc. Tech, USB

Photo Key RingWant to show off your kids, pets, summer vacation unobtrusively? The Kaiser Baas Digital Photo Key Ring has a mere 1.5 digital LCD display and can hold up to 70 pictures. It also features a clock, contrast control, a programmable timer, and rechargeable battery for up to 10 hours of life. Take photos from your cellie or digital camera with the included USB cable. Choose from white, pink, or black for $29.99. Just don’t make your kids hate you by taking their pictures like the one shown. Trust us, they never forgive you.

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Charger DVR Aj-DVC01

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Cameras, Misc. Tech

Charger DVRIt looks like a charger, but hidden inside is a mini-cam to catch someone in the act that is probably innocent to begin with, but you never know. At a size of 2.4 x 1.74 x 1.31-inches, the Charger DVR Aj-DVC01 records 15 F/S in 3GP video format (176 x 144 ,QCIF.) Playback is possible on your PC or cell phone. The digital audio/video recorder can hold up to 66 hours data using a 2GB Micro SDcard (not included) and a lion lithium battery. Contact Ajoka for price.

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Panasonix Lumix DMC-TZ50S Wi-Fi Camera

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Cameras, Wireless / WiFi

Lumix TZ50S

For moms that do more than accompany their kids to soccer games, Panasonic is offering a new Lumix Cam with Wi-Fi as a gift idea for Mother’s Day. The 9.1 megapixel digital cam has a 28mm wide-angle lens, a 10x optical zoom, and a 3.0-inch Diagonal Intelligent LCD and HD output. With it you can connect to a T-Mobile HotSpot or home wireless Lan system without using your PC.You can upload, check and delete photos on Picasa Web Album. The TZ50S will be available in silver at a price of $449.95 next month. Come to think of it, soccer moms would dig one, too.

 

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Digital Luggage Scale

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Misc. Tech, Transportation

Digital Luggage ScaleAirlines are getting nastier these days when it comes to baggage weight. The Digital Luggage Scale lets you know how heavy your suitcase is up to 100 lbs. Simply clip it to your bag, lift it up, and after it beeps, set it back down and read the results. At a size 6 x 3½ x 1-inch and a weight of 8 oz., it uses 2 AA batteries (not included,) and has a price of $24.85. We are thinking that by the time you get to the airport, you will already know if the case is too heavy, but it might come in handy after purchasing all those tourist Tees. And remember to deduct its half pound weight, too.

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eStarling Digital Photo Frame With Wifi

eStarling Photo FrameThe eStarling Digital Photo Frame has can do what others do, but the 8-inch device goes even further. When you register it on seeframe you receive a dedicated e-mail addy so that you can manage your images, e-mail photos, and post messages on your frame. With Wi-fi, it will automatically link to photo sharing sights like Flickr with no subscription fee. Not only that, it can pick up RSS feeds when you enter a subject. It also will accept memory cards. The eStarling comes with a hefty $249.95 price.

(Thanks, Jen)

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WinFast PalmTop DTV200 H: DTV Made Simple

Leadtek DTV

Leadtek’s WinFast PalmTop DTV200 H has a whole lot of name for its minute size, but we certainly like its looks. The analog/digital PCTV box is plug and play with USB 2.0, and has DVB-T, FM antenna,  a 4-in-1 AV cable and remote. The device, which accepts NTSC, SECAM, and PAL standards,  works with your PC to deliver video to your VCR, game console, or camcorder. Powered by WinFast PVR2, its functions include DirectBurn, time shifting, scheduled recording, and EPG on a 2-layer menu. Contact Leadtek for price and availability.

 

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Panasonic to Release Mini-Cam

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Cameras, Corporate News

Panasonic SDR-S7 CamcorderWhile we are on the subject of digital mini-camcorders, Panasonic has unveiled one at a size of 41 × 59 x 102mm and a weight of 160g. The SDR-S7’s features include DVD (MPEG2) video recording, a 2.7-inch display, a 10x optical zoom, and 0.06s Quick Start. The cam supports SD cards up to 16GB. Take your choice of either silver or black. The SDR-S7 carries a price of 44,800 yen (~$435.) Look for a debut April 25 in Japan.

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Hourglass Watch Combines Time With Design

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Design, Misc. Tech

Sand+Time Watch

We know that almost everyone has one, but your egg timer probably hasn’t left the junk drawer in a decade. Designer Pavel Balykin has created the Sand+Time Watch to modernize the concept. The digital hourglass is used as a screen saver. If you want real numbers and an accurate time, you simply click a button. We are thinking that maybe we could get a company like Tokyoflash to turn Pavel’s prototype into a reality.

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Pandigital Photo Frame for Kitchens

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: HDTV, Household, Misc. Tech

Kitchen Digital FramePandigital has been making digital photo frames for a while now and has just come out with one for your kitchen. This 720p HDTV includes a digital cookbook for those who want to see what dinner should actually look like. Wall mountable, it also comes with an under cabinet mount and stand for counters. When you want to use it for fun stuff, it will support JPEG, Motion JPEG, MPEG 1, MPEG 4 and AVI formats. With 512MB of memory, you can add to it with its 6-in-1 card reader. Think gourmet on this one with its price of $399.99.

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Digital Movie Screens Come to Hollywood

Hannah MontanaAccess Integrated Technologies says it has joined with Disney, 20th Century Fox, and Paramount to convert 10,000 movie screens to digital. AIT figures it will cost up to $700 million and take 3 years to complete the project, which was started in October with the transformation of 3,700 theaters. For an additional $25,000 for extra hard and software, the same screens can be used for 3-D movies, such as the recent Hannah Montana flick. Hollywood knows that they make more money than 2-D, so we guess the amount will pay for itself since we don’t see any bigtime celebs offering to take pay cuts.

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