If Jaime Sommers is wrong when she says that the cause of insomnia is because we don’t have a Sleep Number bed, at least we can now find out more scientifically. The Zeo Personal Sleep Coach alarm clock includes a wireless headband that reads your brainwaves and transmits the data to the clock’s SD card. When you get up, transfer the info to your PC, upload results to Zeo online and they will suggest what you can do to get a decent night’s sleep. At a cost of $400.00, they had better not tell you to drink a glass of warm milk or take a hot bath.
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The Muvi Micro Camcorder may appear small but records in VGA quality (640x480) and stores it with included 2GB Micro SD card. The 5.5 x 2 x 2 mini-cam has a VOX mode for start/stop voice activated recording and charges via USB. Sports freaks can opt for the Extreme Sports Pack with brackets, straps and clips to attach to helmet, vehicle or clothing. The Muvi Micro can be yours for GBP 79.99 (~$133.00.)
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Another ebook has hit the market named the COOL-ER that uses E-InkR. This new technology produces a paperlike display that is meant to make you feel more like you are reading a book. Power is only used for “page turning,” so a single charge is good for up to 8,000 pages. The COOL-ER lets you change the text size, has PDF support and an SD card reader, all at a price of $249.00. Less expensive initially, downloads may cost you more than those for the Kindle.
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Combine retro with modern by using this as an MP3 or Cassette Player that you load with an SD/MMC card (max.2GB.) At a size of 63 x 102 x 11.5mm, it runs on a built-in 450mAh lithium battery rechargeable by USB and is compatible with Windows 2000/XP. The player also has repeat/playback mode and a 7 button interface. The device comes with ear plugs and USB adapter at a price of $36.82.
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This 2-in-1 Card Reader Cable is an SD (HC) reader and a mini-USB (2.0) cable combined. Plug into a USB device to charge and at the same time transfer data to your PC. At a length of about 90cm, it is compatible with SDHC / SD / MMC II / RS MMC / Ultra II SD / Extreme SD / Extreme III SD / MiniSD / T-Flash / MicroSD / MicroSDHC, although when the reader is working, the transfer function will be disabled. The cord is compatible with Windows 2000/XP/Vista and Mac OS 9.0 or higher at a price of a mere $12.00.
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Nintendo has announced that the DSi will be coming to Europe April 3 and to North America April 5. Packed into the game system is thinner hardware, a larger screen, camera and an SD card slot. This version comes in black or blue and will cost $170.00, which is only $40.00 more than the DSLite and about $40.00 less than those selling overseas. No games titles have yet to be announced but we expect those will be coming along soon.
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Why carry a boombox when you can wear one and be just as disruptive? The iCap is wireless and features a detachable 1GB MP3 player with Micro SD card slot, an FM stereo tuner, a voice recorder and 2 built-in speakers so that you and everyone else can listen to your tunes. An FM transmitter is optional and will allow you to send music to your buds’ players as well. The cap comes with a rechargeable Lithium-Polymer Battery, AC charger, clip attachment and USB cable and carries a price of $119.95.
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Ugobe is celebrating Pleo’s first Halloween with some new downloadable software. He will not only issue his usual noises, he can also sound like a screeching cat, a spooky ghost, a dragon and a Pleosaurus Rex. The “audio costumes” are free and you will only need a blank SD Card with a minimum of 32MB storage. At a total size of 2.7MB, Ugobe says it will take longer than most downloads, but then maybe Pleo doesn’t like holidays.
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Kodak has brought out its EasyShare P520 Digital Frame with a unique Quick Touch Border. Display horizontally or vertically on a table or wall and it offers smudge-free touch or slide control without remote. The 5-inch HD Frame also features a 4:3 aspect ratio and EasyShare software. Expandable with an SD slot, slide shows can be made by plugging in a memory card or USB stick. The P520 comes in silver or red matte and will become available in September with a MSRP of $79.95.
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And yet another cheapy mini-cam hits the market. The Busbi Video Digital Camera is made for those who want simple. It features only 4 buttons: on/off, delete, playback, and record. With a 2-inch LCD screen, attach by USB to play back on your computer or hook up to your TV with the included AV cable. The Busbi comes with a 1GB SD card for about 60 minutes, and you can upgrade to a 2 GB card for making those epic 2 hour videos. Send them to YouTube or other social networks. The cam is available at Firebox’s London site for £34.95 (~$68.00.)
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