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Projector Cell Phone

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Cell Phones, GPS, Music,

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Next time your boss thinks you are taking a call on your cellie during an important meeting, whip out your touchscreen Projector Phone and show him/her you are doing nothing of the sort. The phone handles tri-band unlocked multimedia and includes MP3 and MP4 players, a 1.3mp digital camera, image viewer, and video recorder. It also has GSM/GPRS and an internal MicroSD card. Compatible with GSM 900MHz, 1800MHz, and 1900MHz networks, you can pre-order the phone before the holiday rush begins.

 

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Flexii Casette MP3 Player

Cassette MP3 PlayerFor those who have an aging car with only a cassette player, Flexii’s MP3 Player can be put into it and play your tunes. It can also be used as a standalone player and a PC card reader. The device runs on built-in rechargeables, has a repeat playback mode, and is compatible with SD/MMC cards (max. 2GB.) The player supports Windows 2000/XP/Vista, comes with an earphone, car and AC chargers, and USB cable with a $34.99 price.

(Thanks, Maggie)

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Intempo Digital Rebel Isolates Music

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Music, Portable Audio / Video, USB,

Rebel

Intempo Digital has released the Rebel, a nifty little device that samples FM music from stations and saves up to forty of the most often repeated tracks as MP3 files. Even better, it cuts out annoying advertising and over-talky DJs. With its line-in jack you simply plug into DAB or Internet radio, then download to your cell phone or MP3 player. At a size of 195 x 80 x 70mm and a weight of 1kg, you can connect the Rebel by USB. The self-censoring digital music gadget is available for £69.99 (~$109.00.)

 

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JVC-Victor HP-S150 Headphones

HP-S150JVC-Victor has unveiled their HP-S150 Headphones with a frequency response of 12Hz to 23000Hz, a sensitivity level of 105dB, and an impedance of 32 ohms. Made of metal with molded stereo earpads to cut back on distortion and external sounds, the phones have 1.2m cords with gold-plated stereo mini-plugs and are available in red, blue, white, and black. Weighing only 68g, look for them to arrive sometime this July.

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Segatoys Private Ocean

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Misc. Tech, Music,

Private OceanSegatoys’ new Private Ocean features their popular Healing Motion therapy as well as three other modes. The gadget plays soothing music while more than 100 underwater creatures swim around. It also displays the time fish style and you can hook up your MP3 player, adjust the light that varies between 4 different colors, and boogie to such tunes as “Under the Sea,” ala the Little Mermaid and Sebastian the crab. At a size of 190 x 118 × 91mm, run the Private Ocean by its AC adapter and hook up earphones for some private time through its 3.5mm stereo mini-jack. So far only available in Japan, the MSRP is $199.99.

 

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RAPHA SurroundXi Speaker System

SurroindXiRAPHA has unveiled their multi-useful Speaker System. The SurroundXi will work with iPod/nanos, MP3s, MP4s, portable CD/DVD players, computers, and cellies. And if you don’t have one of those, just take your computer’s MP3 files and copy them to your USB flash key, then plug in. The speakers have Unique Weave technology that the company claims gives “brilliant crystal clear sound.” The SurroundXi is portable, comes in 6 different colors, runs on batteries (not included,) USB, or 6V adapter and carries a MSRP of $69.95.

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Multifunction GPS Bluetooth Rearview Mirror System

Rearview Mirror System

The Multifunction GPS Bluetooth Rearview Mirror System can do almost everything except play the violin. With a reverse sensor system, the 3.35-inch TFT touchscreen is also an MP3 and MP4 player with built-in speaker, an E-book for when you are stuck in traffic, support for PDFs, and GPS with voice prompts and auto-reroute. With an SD/MMC card slot, it has 5 included games, a stylus pen, and runs on DC 9V-13V. Did we mention it also has hands-free Bluetooth capability and Caller ID? At a reported price of £145.00 (~$282.00,) you will never have to leave your garage to have fun.

 

Read More | MCD Electronics via Red Ferret Journel


WALL-E Toys Ready for Movie Premiere

WALL-E

Although the movie won’t be out until June 27, Disney is already promoting it with two toys. The Ultimate WALL-E has 10 motors, a programmable remote with touch programming, and sensors to detect obstacles and sound direction. It is also MP3 compatible with built-in speakers, USB cables, and rechargeable batteries (included.) The robot will be at ToysRUs and Disney Shopping this fall for $189.99.

The iDance WALL-E, with animated eyes, talks and dances. The audio in-jack makes it compatible with iPods or MP3 players. Sound activated, it will be at various retailers this summer for $24.99.

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Happy Alien Mini-Speaker

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Oh, look! Another ET has landed. This Happy Alien Mini-Speaker can accompany your iPod, MP3, or MP4 player. With a USB rechargeable Li-ion battery, you can extend or retract its body to change the volume. At a size of 70 x 55 x 54mm and a weight of 60g, the speaker also features a 3.5mm stereo audio connector and comes in orange or blue with an MSRP of $11.90.

(Thanks, Fanny)

 

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Creative Loses Missing Gigabyte Suit

Zen StoneCreative has lost a recent legal battle. It seems that the company reported that their MP3 player held more than it actually did. Their premise was that 1GB was one billion bytes 1,000,000,000B rather than the 1,073,741,824B it should be. The company finally discovered the error and corrected it after 2004, but if you bought one before then, you can probably make a minor sum off Creative. Choose between $35.00 off on a new Zen Stone or a 20% discount on your next purchase.

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