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Pure’s stylish internet radios ship to America on July 1st

Posted in internet radio by Conner Flynn on May 3rd, 2010

Pure has been a stranger to the US market, which is a real shame since they have some of the sexiest internet radios ever produced. A while back, the company announced that would be changing soon and now we know when.

The Evoke Flow, Oasis Flow and Seista Flow will all be available in the United States on the first of July, with prices set at $229, $249 and $139 respectively. Initially, they’ll be available through Pure’s website alone and we hope at stores soon after.

DSi XL coming to America in early 2010

Posted in Nintendo DSi by Conner Flynn on October 29th, 2009

Nintendo officially announces large-screen DSi LLLooks like that extra-large DSi LL, unveiled in Japan this morning will be coming to North America and Europe in the first quarter of 2010. It will be known as the Nintendo DSi XL in North America and Europe, which is fitting given all of the XL sized Americans who will be buying it.

This new DSi offers a screen 93% larger than the current Nintendo DS Lite with a better view angle, a longer touch screen stylus, and preinstalled Nintendo DSiWare™ software. The new version will arrive in North America and Europe in the first quarter of 2010.

Google bringing BBC streaming TV to America

Posted in Google by Conner Flynn on June 1st, 2009

Google bringing BBC streaming TV to AmericaThe British Broadcasting Corporation which brings us such cool programs as Top Gear, Doctor Who and Planet Earth, is said to be in talks with Google to bring their VOD service to America. Anyone who has ever watched and enjoyed the BBC’s programming knows that this is a good thing.

The BBC produces a bunch of channels that have a wide variety of content and many of these programs never make their way to BBC America, which pretty much just shows fluff. Good news indeed. Once you’ve seen enough English programming, you start to realize just how terrible our own shows are in the states.

Wheego Whip electric car headed for America

Posted in Automotive by Conner Flynn on February 19th, 2009

Wheego Whip electric car headed for AmericaOil prices have come down from their dramatic highs of last year, that doesn’t mean we should start burning more so called fossil fuels just because it’s cheap. I mean when our economy finally does get better, those prices are gonna be back. Mark my words.

The Wheego Whip offers a compact electric alternative and it’s ready for sale this May. It will retail for $19K, and can handle a 50 mile trip on a full charge with a top speed of 60 mph. The acceleration and speed should be a good fit American roads, though you won’t win any races.

JVC’s Blu-ray products come to America

Posted in JVC by Conner Flynn on January 7th, 2009

JVC’s Blu-ray products come to AmericaIn the US, JVC fans have had to watch with envy as the rest of the world gets all of the JVC Blu-ray products. Not anymore. Today JVC announced a stand-alone Blu-ray player and a 3.1 home theater in a box. The XV-PB1 Blu-ray player will be available in March for $299. It will support BD Live content and also playback AVCHD videos that you create on your HD camcorder.

The new TH-SB100 is likely just the US version of the NX-BD3 previously available in Europe, which is a BD Live player. There’s no mention of any support for DTS-HD or Dolby TrueHD. It will be available in April for $699.