The ASUS Eee Top is an innovative, low power, touch screen computer with many uses. It uses an Intel Atom N270 Processor for a solid workstation, and it has modified software for functionality and user-friendliness. Read on to see if it really is all that ASUS claims it to be, or is it just another marketing gimmick?
Super Talent has released one of the largest capacity USB flash drives available with their new Luxio 64GB drives. Does high capacity mean low performance? We’ve given it a test drive to find out for those thinking of investing in a high-capacity portable storage device.
If you have a big family or numerous friends that like to play the Nintendo Wii you might be interested in Nyko’s new Charge Station Quad, which keeps four of the Wiimotes topped off till you are ready to use them. We also take a look at the Kama Wireless Nunchuk Controller which provides all the same abilities and features of the wired Nunchuk but without the need of wires.
Marvell today announced its Plug Computing initiative to make high performance, always on, always connected, and environmentally friendly computing readily available for consumers. With a 1.2GHz processor and a total of 1GB of memory inside the Plug computer this little PC might be perfect for your home network.
The M-ROCK Zion is one of the most user-friendly outdoor style laptop computer and camera backpacks on the market today. The bag holds up to a 15¼ inch laptop computer or M-ROCK’s Great Lakes #550 water bladder in an insulated neoprene bag. Read on to see if this crazy bag is what you need to carry both your DSLR camera and notebook.
The Kentech Labs PS-Mi is a personal/portable audio device that utilizes Point Source Audio technology with Universal Dock for iPod. The PS-Mi has one satellite speaker enclosure section that contains 3 drivers (left, center, and right) in the top section, and a side-firing subwoofer.The Ps Mi also works on all iPod models including the iPod touch and any iPod featuring a click wheel, including all nano, mini, photo, video and classic models.
At this year’s Consumer Electronics Show, St. Louis-based Energizer announced that they would be releasing Zinc Air (Zn-O2) Prismatic batteries. This morning a package arrived from Energizer, and inside the metal display case was a real Energizer PP355 Zinc Air Prismatic 1.4V battery! Read on to see what makes this battery special in one of the first hands-on looks at the Zinc Air Prismatic Battery.
Forged of premium stainless steel alloy and fabric cables the V-Moda Vibe II is one killer looking headset. The Vibe II also includes a discrete microphone, noise-isolating headphone/headset features, hi-definition sound, ergonomic detachable sport earhooks, and convenient call/music control functions for use with the iPhone and other popular devices.
We are finishing up most of our CES coverage now that we are back from the show and figured we’d give you a peak at our few few minutes of fun on the $44,500 Simcraft APEX SC830 racing simulator. We also made a visit to the Cooler Master suite to check out some of their new lineup for 2009. Both companies had some very cool displays that you’ll be sure to enjoy checking out.
The Callpod Dragon V2 Bluetooth headset is perfect for the person that likes to move around while talking on the phone. With a 328+ ft (100m) range, you can roam around your office or home without having to carry your phone. Dragon can also connect with your PC for Skype calls simultaneously, allowing you to switch between your PC and mobile phone with a press of a button.
While walking the show floor at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas we spotted the CoolIT Systems booth and figured that we would stop by and see what they were up to. It was around this time we spotted someone walking into private room carrying what looked like an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 295 hooked up to the CoolIT Domino A.L.C. Sure enough it was the very first prototype water cooler for the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 295 video card!
CES 2009 always has the latest and upcoming technology from any industry. We thought it would be nice for our readers to see a few products that normally are not featured on LR, so we ran around the show floor and found a few products to tell you about. Read on to see how you like these products from Real-View, iRobot, Ozaki, and Anybots!
Psyko Audio Labs has announced a 5.1 Gaming headset with quite a few speakers including a subwoofer for each ear. They call it “The Perfect Room” and we were there to take some video, photos, and to experience for ourselves why others around CES were buzzing about these headphones.
PC enthusiasts and fast cars seem to go together nicely, so when I saw some Dodge Charger SRT-8 custom PCs at the Intel booth I instantly fell in love with them. Maybe it is the fact that I own one of DaimlerChrysler’s Street and Racing Technology (SRT) models, but this is one of the sweetest looking small form factors (SFF) computers that I have seen in some time.
During CES this week we found out Yubz is producing 20 of limited edition retro Bluetooth handsets with 5,400 grade A Swarovski crystals! These Bluetooth handsets look like a replica of the Western Electric 500-series model, which was the classic phone handset for several decades. With a price tag of $1,800 this Bluetooth handset is not for everyone, but we can always look and dream right?