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Build your own Tablet for just $400

Posted in Tablet PC by Conner Flynn on June 18th, 2010

Don’t see any tablets on the market that you like? Liquidware has created a DIY tablet kit for just under $400 that gives you everything you need to create your own 4.3 inch touch screen tablet device. The Beagle Tablet kit from Liquidware is a portable modular open source handheld computer and is completely modular.

Everything snaps on or is mounted directly to the BeagleBoard C4. The end result is a compact handheld tablet computer. The kit contains a 4.3-inch OLED touchscreen, a single board computer from Texas Instruments that comes with a 1 GHz processor. There’s also a battery module and a 4 GB pre-formatted SD card that either Android OS or Linuxcan be installed on.

$400 Red Sox Beats headphones

Posted in Headphones by Conner Flynn on April 5th, 2010

Dr. Dre and the Boston Red Sox have teamed up for a branded Red Sox version of the popular Beats headphones. At $400, these are about $100 more than a typical Beats.

You could have a whole day at the ballpark for less than that. You’re paying for the logo of course. These should at least come with a ticket to one of their games. Red Sox fans probably won’t mind the price though.

$400 Xbox 360 Elite bundle with Halo 3 and Fable 2 is official

Posted in Xbox 360 Elite by Conner Flynn on April 20th, 2009

Xbox 360 Elite bundle to include Halo 3 and Fable 2 for $400?Remember that rumored new Elite bundle with Halo 3 and Fable 2? It’s official. For $400 you get a 120GB Elite 360 with the two games. As we told you when this was but a rumor, that’s what the console by itself is selling for at the moment.

After hearing rumors that Microsoft was going to phase out the standard Elite and offer bundled “limited edition” models, we kinda knew this was for real. Go ahead and pick one up if you haven’t already played Halo 3 and Fable 2.

Xbox 360 Elite bundle to include Halo 3 and Fable 2 for $400?

Posted in Xbox 360 Elite by Conner Flynn on April 11th, 2009

Xbox 360 Elite bundle to include Halo 3 and Fable 2 for $400?This may be nothing… but ArsTechnica has some info from a reliable source that Microsoft is preparing to ship a new Xbox 360 Elite. This one would come bundled with Halo 3 and Fable 2, while only costing $400. That’s what the console alone costs right now.

We recently heard rumors that Microsoft was going to phase out the standard Elite and offer bundled “limited edition” models, so the info fits.

SIM- and hardware-unlocked G1 surfaces for $400

Posted in Mobile Phones by Conner Flynn on December 6th, 2008

SIM- and hardware-unlocked G1 surfaces for $400The Android Dev Phone 1, a completely unlocked G1, is available to “developers” for just $399 after a $25 setup fee. All you need to do is register as a developer at the Android Market and the phone is yours. Registration as a developer costs $25, but after that, you’ll be eligible for the cheap, unlocked phone.

The Android Dev Phone 1 is fully compatible with Android 1.0, and being able to swap out the SIM card breaks you free of T-Mobile’s service. It’ll also let you use custom Android builds that work with the freshly unlocked bootloader. You can even get free shipping and cool detailing on the back. Google warns that it’s not really meant for non-developers, but we’re sure that won’t stop you.

Stix 200 reviewed: Wiimotes need not fear

Posted in PCs by Conner Flynn on August 31st, 2008

Stix 200 reviewed: Wiimotes need not fearIt’s hard to take the Stix Wiimote knockoff for the PC seriously when it looks the way it does. It’s trying to hard. But the proof is in the play and at least one reviewer failed to shake any fun out of the thing. It’s only a 2D controiller after all.

The Stix 200 may look a lot like Nintendo’s wiimote, but it’s more like “a set of slightly unresponsive, highly inconvenient arrow keys” instead of an awesome motion controller. Like the device itself, the PC games that can be played with it are bad. The 3D-capable Stix 400 controller might do better, but the consensus seems to be that it’s not worth the bother after this review. The reviewer pretty much sums it up by saying, it’s the kind of gift “parents who can’t get their hands on a wii should get their children to make them cry.”

Google search on Sony PSP Firmware 4.00

Posted in PSP by Conner Flynn on June 16th, 2008

Google search on Sony PSP Firmware 4.00
The portable is getting Google search, with stored memory of your last 20 searches. Another feature is that video played from a memory stick can be sped up or slowed down to suit your needs. Nothing very earth shattering, but welcomed nontheless.

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