President Obama gave Queen Elizabeth an iPod when he met her at Buckingham Palace that contains footage of her 2007 visit to the U.S. It turns out that this wasn’t really an original gift as she already has two, one that she requested in 2005 and another given to her from her grandson Prince William. We are sure she was pleased anyway and, in return, presented the pres and first lady a silver framed photo of herself and her husband, the same gift she give to all visiting dignitaries.
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Tiny, tiny, tiny. Explay’s Colibri module is a compact mobile projector that can handle VGA, WVGA or SVGA resolutions. The device is all of 24 x 28.6 x 7mm and draws 1.3W power. It will be placed in Explay’s OiO which features 2.5 hrs of usage and pictures from 7 to 70-inches. The projector can be placed from 20 to 200cm away from either a flat or curved surface, thanks to its “Always Focus” technology.
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We have seen many digital photo frames, but none of them have the familiar smell of an old wallet like this one has. The iWallet is a 16MB frame with a 1.4-inch color display and adjustable timing (2, 5, and 10 seconds.) You can also add recorded messages or music to play during the slide show. The iWallet is made of soft Nappa leather and can be uploaded by attaching a removable view card to your computer. Software and USB cable are included for the device that carries a MSRP of £37.53 pounds (~$80.00.)
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