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Phosphor Digital Watches With E Ink

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Wearables

E Ink Watch

Phosphor has developed digital watches that are not only ergonomic but utilize E Ink in their displays. There are two modes, a standard numeric digital display and a graphic analog hour clock, and you can switch between them depending on your mood. The display autonomously switches between white-on-black to black-on-white time each passing minute. If you like your timepiece busy, the water-resistant watches run $175.00 to $195.00, depending on your choice of style.

 

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Grundig Emanate Water-Resistant iPod Speakers

EmanateThis week’s pick of the latest iPod speakers is Grundig’s Emanate. With a rechargeable battery that delivers up to 8 hours of music, the device is cordless, portable with its own handle, and water-resistant. Available in black or white, it features a 2 x 15W Output (RMS) and comes with a remote control and AC/DC adaptor. At a size of 240 x 230 x 230mm and a weight of 3.2KG, it also has a 3.5mm jack for the iPodless. The Emanate carries a MSRP of £99.99 (~$195.00.)

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GETAC Releases Tough Tablet

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Corporate News, PC / Laptop

GETAC TabletGETAC may not be in the top three of computers but it is certainly trying. Their new tablet, the E100, weighs only 3 pounds but has been designed for those with the most macho of professions, i.e. the military. It can stand up to the adverse conditions of temperature, water, dirt, and vibration. It has an 8.4-inch touchscreen and runs on Intel Stealey at 800MHz. Optional are mission boxes which allow RFID, magnetic strip and barcode reading. How handy for the traveler who wants to keep track of inflation. Check with GETAC for price and availability.

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Zoombak Tracks Cars, Pets

ZoombakZoombak understands that two of your best friends are likely to get lost, your pet and your vehicle. Their assisted GPS locator can help you find both. When installed in your car, boat, or bike, should it come up missing or is out of its “safety zone” that you set up, you can track it via their site or 24/7 toll-free number, and eventually through your mobile phone. The cost of the device is $249.95 with a service charge of $10.00 per month. The same service applies if you want to invest in the 2.5 oz. water-resistant pet version for $199.99. We wonder what happens if you forget your pet inside your car and it is stolen.

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