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Micro SD Card Projector

Micro ProjectorIt’s time to get rid of all those outdated slides and home movies. If you have a standard SDcard and want an inexpensive way to show everyone what you’ve got, The Micro Projector will display your images, videos and play MP3 tracks. At a size of only 165 x 105mm, it runs on 4 AA batteries (not included) so it is super-portable. The projector comes with a set of audio cables and has a MSRP of £99.99 (~$200.00.)

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SIM Card Reader YX03

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Cell Phones, Misc. Tech, Storage, USB,

SIM Card ReaderLooking for an inexpensive yet flashy SIM Card Reader? This one supports GSM/CDMA/WCDMA and is plug and play with USB 2.0. Copy and read, edit, backup, and sort data. You can also batch modify your phone directory and SMS as well as manage your mobile PIN password. The flexible device will work with many Nokia, Panasonic, Sony Ericsson, Samsung, NEC, and LG cell phones, in addition to about a gazillion more. The reader requires Windows 98SEME2000XP. Software is included with the YX03 for simple connection. Find it with the ultra-low price of $8.99.

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Readius Is Diminutive

ReadiusAnother reader has arrived to compete with the Kindle. The Dutch company Polymer Vision spun off from Philips and has been working for 2 years on its Readius which will hit stores sometime this year. The device is about the size of 2 credit cards, weighs about as much as a cell phone, and folds up when not in use. With its 5-inch display, you can read news, blogs, audio books, view podcasts, and catch up on your e-mail. The Readius can also make phone calls and connect online with cellphone networks, has a super-battery life, and should cost about the same as a high-end cell phone. The company also has plans to add a keypad in the future.

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Sony Reader Comes With Free Classics

Sony ReaderSince the odds are slim to none that you can give a Kindle for Christmas, you may be able to opt for the Sony Reader, which has taken advantage of the situation and is offering 100 Classics from its Connect e-store. Simply purchase the device before January 31, have the recipient set up an account, and she/he will be credited for the amount. As a nice side note, the Reader is only $279.99 with free shipping, so that makes it a savings of $100.00 over the Kindle. You may not be able to access the Wall St. Journal, but since each Classic costs merely $2.00 apiece, that’s a lot of Shakespeare for the money.

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