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Cambridge Audio iD100 Digital iPad Dock

Posted in iPad accessories by Conner Flynn on May 16th, 2011

The Cambridge Audio iD100 digital iPad dock will transform your iPad into something more suitable for an audiophile. The device is designed for those users who store or stream video on their devices and it will allow you to enjoy portable content from YouTube, iTunes, iPlayer and more on the big screen.

The Cambridge Audio iD100 comes with a full remote controller, allowing you to control the iPad dock from anywhere nearby. The docking station is also compatible with iPods and iPhones. The Cambridge Audio iD100 digital iPad dock will set you back $299 on Amazon.

Samsung EZON digital door locks for the U.S. market

Posted in Samsung by Conner Flynn on April 6th, 2011

Door knobs are so last century. Seoul Commtech, a subsidiary of Samsung Group, wants to upgrade the door knob with some high-tech locks. That’s why they will be showcasing digital door locks at the ISC (International Security Conference) in Las Vegas that are specifically made for the U.S. market.

The locks consist of the SHS-7020, SHS-7120, SHS-7100, SHS-3420 & SHS-2320 and they use mechanical and digital security. The locks are certified by the UL and can be easily integrated in place of mechanical locks without any additional installation. Hopefully we can get Star Trek doors next and forget locks all together.

Misa Kitara Digital Stringless Guitar

Posted in Musical Instruments by Conner Flynn on December 15th, 2010

The Misa Kitara Digital Stringless Guitar is now available for pre-order if you want to be all “Look ma, no strings!”. This futuristic instrument includes a multifunction touchscreen, MIDI controls and an on-board polyphonic synthesizer with effects, allowing guitarists to fully express their musical vision without a single string.

You control sound through your fingers, using the touchscreen and fret board to play and alter sounds in real-time. It’s powered by a Linux OS and also has a 1.25-inch audio output, a 3.5-mm headphone out and comes with 100+ digital sounds, 6 pre-loaded effects, 24 frets and 144 notes.

Grace Digital Audio Victoria Retrowriter

Posted in music by Conner Flynn on October 31st, 2010

If you want to convert your vinyl collection into a digital format, then here’s another option. The Victoria Retrowriter from Grace Digital Audio will do the job while looking perfectly retro.

The device is a multi-functioning music system that allows you to record your music from vinyl or from auxiliary RCA inputs to blank CD-R/RW’s. The Grace Digital Audio Victoria Retrowriter will cost you $158.88. It won’t fool anyone into believing that it’s an actual vintage piece of hardware, but it looks cool.

Digital slingshot tags buildings with SMS

Posted in Weapons by Conner Flynn on July 27th, 2010

We’ve never seen a slingshot like this before. This slingshot looks like a typical primitive weapon, but that isn’t what it is all about. Hence the alphanumeric keypad. It will instead tag a building (or several) through the use of SMS.

This digital slingshot was designed by a media group in Berlin. Just type in a message, aim it at a building at fire. Your message will then splatter all over the building. The slingshot is equipped with Arduino, a laser, communications radio and keypad, it truly interacts with the projection system. So your aim matters. Video here.

Nintendo 3DS might support digital newspapers and magazines

Posted in Nintendo 3DS by Conner Flynn on June 22nd, 2010

When you think of a Nintendo handheld, you rightly think gaming, but the new 3DS might just support reading newspapers and magazines too. Nintendo boss Satoru Iwata has said that the company is looking at ways to automatically beam newspaper and magazine articles to a 3DS handheld.

The 3DS is fully capable of receiving data while in sleep mode, after all. It could automatically connect to a Wi-Fi hotspot, and download the material of your choice. Then again this device still has a small screen and not so great resolution. It will be interesting to see what it can do.

California license plates may soon get ads

Posted in News by Conner Flynn on June 21st, 2010

You know what’s awesome on top of a car that you paid too much money for, which runs on gas that you paid too much money for? Advertising on your license plate that you have no control over. I know, sounds great right?

The California Legislature is considering a bill that would at least begin a research process on digital license plates. These license plates would replace old stamped metal ones that we are used to. Apparently, the system would display your normal license plate number when your car is in motion. It would stop for four seconds to advertise a service or product when not in motion.


Eyenimal Digital Pet Camera

Posted in Pets by Conner Flynn on May 26th, 2010

The Eyenimal Digital Pet Camera is the first miniature video camera that allows dog and cat owners to see things the way their pet does. The camera hangs around your dog or cat’s neck and captures VGA resolution video at 29 frames a second for 2 and a half hours per charge.

Listen, if you’re putting a camera around your pet’s neck just for kicks, so you can watch some boring ass video of your mutt sniffin’ another mutt’s ass, you need to get a hobby.

Moshi Voice Control Digital Clock Radio now available

Posted in Clocks by Conner Flynn on May 19th, 2010

If we want the future to be more Star Trek like, then we need more gadgets that respond to voice commands. So Moshi is helping to deliver that future, with the announcement of the availability of its new Voice Control Digital Clock Radio.

Just say “Hello Moshi”, and it will activate eleven voice control commands which include playing the radio, setting the time, setting the alarm, and even snooze. It’s currently available for $69.99. Make it so.

Apple files Patent for Digital Concert and Events tickets

Posted in patents by Conner Flynn on April 18th, 2010

Details have come to light regarding a new Apple patent which could see the iPhone and iPod Touch used as digital tickets for concerts and events. The patent was filed in September 2008 and reveals that the system would use near field communications technology. Your iPhone or iPod would be simply swiped allowing you to enter the concert or event.

Rumor is that if you like the show and are a female, you can also use your iPhone to digitally throw a pair of panties not onstage, but from your iPhone to the band’s iPhone. Okay, I made that part up, but it certainly opens up some interesting possibilities.

Novak Cassette to Digital Converter

Posted in music by Conner Flynn on March 31st, 2010

Look if you haven’t given up on cassette tapes by now, you probably never will. But if you ever want to let that old cassette player rest in peace, then the Novak Cassette to Digital Converter is what you need to transfer your old cassettes into digital formats.

The device couldn’t be easier to use. Just insert a cassette tape, hit “record,” and you’re off. You now have digital music in either MP3, WAV, or WMA files. The Novak Cassette To Digital Converter also has a USB port and a built-in speaker.


Panasonic announces two new portable Digital Viera TVs in Japan

Posted in Panasonic by Conner Flynn on March 18th, 2010

Not all of Panasonic’s Viera TVs are large. Take these guys for example. They have shrank down in size. It’s the new Viera portable TV range featuring Panasonic’s latest 10.1” a-Si TFT displays at 1,024 × 600 resolution. The DMP-BV200 and DMP-HV100 models will let you watch TV, DVD and Blu-ray (only for the BV200) and are compatible with all forms of AVCHD video.

It will also handle DivX files from either a USB device or an SD memory card and you can hook either one up to the Panasonic Viera Home Theater system and DVR with the DY-WL10 Wi-Fi dongle. Same sets, smaller experience.

Sony MDR-RF4000K Digital Cordless Headphones

Posted in Headphones by Conner Flynn on March 16th, 2010

Sony has released the very sexy looking MDR-RF4000K digital cordless headphones, which are designed to blend in perfectly in your living room, thanks to the new storage and charging dock that keeps it all wire-free. The headphones feature a 40mm long-stroke diaphragm to produce crystal clear sound quality.

The wireless headphones also come with a NiMH battery that will delievr up to 7 hours of listening time. You can also use a single AAA Alkaline battery which will increase the usage by up to ten hours. We love the design and they would look right at home with all of our other gear.

Pink Floyd wins legal battle over digital sale of individual songs

Posted in News by Conner Flynn on March 11th, 2010

Pink Floyd has won a legal battle with its record label EMI over whether the label should be allowed to distribute digital versions of the band’s material on a song by song basis as it does through Apple’s iTunes Store. Pink Floyd is just one of several bands that have objected to the splitting up of what it considers to be single pieces of work.

And any Pink Floyd fan knows that you can’t just listen to one track and get the full experience. And if you only want one song, you clearly don’t get it anyway. The band has been signed to EMI since 1967 and said that their contract meant their albums could not be split up without their permission. A judge agreed and said that the contract contained a clause to “preserve the artistic integrity of the albums”.

Art Lebedev’s Segmentus clock is digital with analog hands

Posted in Concepts by Conner Flynn on March 5th, 2010

The guys over at Art Lebedev Studio have just unveiled their latest conceptual design and all we can ask is just what are these guys smoking? Don’t get us wrong, we love everything they come up with, we just don’t know how they contnue to think this stuff up.

The Segmentus clock has hands just like an analog clock, it just has like 30 of them working together to produce a digital time reading.