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Cello made of Lego bricks

Posted in lego by Conner Flynn on September 22nd, 2009

Cello made of Lego bricksLego. We had thought that anything you could make out of Lego bricks had already been made. But we forgot about the classical music scene. This cello is made entirely of Legos. And it’s life sized. And it works.

Brick artist Nathan Sawaya claims that it “sounds different than a regular cello”. Use your imagination. What would a Lego Cello sound like? Yeah, like that. Not tinny, more of a brickish plastic sound. Now we just need the rest of the Lego band. They can tour the country and sell out to geek crowds. Get geek groupies. Dig?

Cello intros HDTV that records to SD cards

Posted in HDTV by Conner Flynn on June 24th, 2009

Cello intros HDTV that records to SD cardsSo sorry Asia, North America, but this set is only headed for the European market. At least for now. But at least it’s on it’s way somewhere thanks to Cello Electronics, who has issued the first HDTV that records OTA (Freeview) content directly to an SD card. That should make it much easier for users to shuffle around their recorded content to portable players.

The set features twin TV tuners, a built-in EPG, split-screen functionality and an integrated DVD player. It come in 22-, 26- and 32-inch varieties. It delivers just 1,440 x 900 pixels and no HDMI socket and is available starting next month for £399.99 ($661) or £469.99 ($777).