We dig those old plasma displays and now you can wear one. The Plasma Belt Clip has two settings, always on or sound sensitive, responds to touch, needs 2 AAA batteries (not included) to run, weighs a mere 5 kg and comes with a clip to attach to your belt or clothing. We would suggest the latter, but it might just be a decent ice breaker at parties. The clip will be available for £12.99 (~$19.00) beginning in June.
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Shinoda Plasma recently unveiled their new prototype display that functions as a curved or wrap-around screen. The 125-inch device is 1mm thick with a 3 x 1 meter plasma tube array (PTA) and a resolution of 960 x 360. The screen weighs only about 8 lbs., about 10 times less than most plasma displays. The company will be showing off their stuff at the InfoCom 2008 next month in Vegas and plans on working on a 150-inch (3 x 2 meter) version this fall, terrific news for those who live or work in tepees or light houses.
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