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Hanvon HPad A112 Multimedia e-Reader

Posted in Tablet PC by Conner Flynn on February 21st, 2011

Hanvon is looking forward to showcasing their latest multimedia e-Reader at the upcoming CeBIT 2011. The device is called the HPad A112 and features a 7-inch 800 x 600 (capacitive or resistive) touchscreen display, a 720MHz ARM11 processor and a 3.0-megapixel rear-facing camera.

Other features include 2GB of flash storage, a microSD card slot (up to 32GB), WiFi, Bluetooth, a mini HDMI port, a USB port, GPS (optional), 3G (optional), a 3300mAh battery and it runs on Android 2.2 Froyo.

Pandigital 9″ TouchScreen Color Multimedia WiFi eReader tablet w/ Case for $199

Posted in Tablet PC by Conner Flynn on November 22nd, 2010

Pandigital has a new iPad-like tablet coming in a 9-inch form factor, shown in the FCC photo above. Looks like this Pandigital tablet will be $199.99 inclusive of shipping, via QVC. Payment can be broken down into five monthly instalments of $40 each of course.

The device is powered by at least Android 2.1, with four buttons upfront at the bottom and includes a 4GB SDHC memory card. We don’t yet know when it will be available though. Might just be a QVC exclusive for all we know.

BenQ Joybook R48 Multimedia Laptop

Posted in BenQ by Conner Flynn on May 17th, 2010

BenQ’s latest offering is designed for bloggers, gamers, and those who love multimedia. The BenQ Joybook R48 features an Intel Core i3 processor, a 14-inch (1366 x 768) display screen with a 16:9 aspect ratio, and an ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5450 graphics card.

Another interesting feature of the Joybook R48 is that it comes packaged with the SRS CS headphones. It also supports up to 4GB DDR3 RAM and up to a 500GB HDD, 2-Watt speakers, an HDMI port, Wi-Fi, a 1.3MP webcam and an eSATA slot.

Ivy Carat Jewelry Case with multimedia videoshow

Posted in Accessories by Conner Flynn on April 11th, 2010

I’m probably in the minority here, but I’ve never understood the whole men/women/diamonds scam. Diamonds are so over inflated in price, monopolized and all played out. But what are you gonna do? It’s what the ladies want as a symbol of love. Might as well spice things up with this Ivy Carat Jewelry Case.

When you pop the question, the ring is still in the front, but there’s also a 2.0 inch LCD screen with a speaker, which will play music. You load and charge it via a laptop and USB port. Just pick your content and you are good to go.

Lenovo multimedia remote and keyboard

Posted in Lenovo by Conner Flynn on December 28th, 2009

Lenovo has somewhat quietly introduced the Lenovo Multimedia Remote with Keyboard, otherwise known as model 57Y6336. The device has actually been available for about a week now for $60.

This Lenovo device delivers a 2.4GHz keyboard with trackball and a USB dongle for up to 10 meters of wireless connectivity. Pretty interesting release. Great for tablets, phones or HTPCs. The size looks perfect, not too big and not too small.

Stardust Multimedia Table with dual touchscreens

Posted in Furniture by Conner Flynn on October 7th, 2009

Stardust Multimedia Table with dual touchscreensHey look what just appeared from the future. Treecycled Furniture has unveiled the Stardust Multimedia Table which sports a few 15″ touchscreen LCD monitors from BenQ. It’s the kind of table that would be perfect on any Cylon starship.

The multimedia table also features an Accoustics amplifier and Fostex speakers, along with RGB LEDs in the middle section on top and on the legs. Like what you see? Me too, but it will forever remain in my future and never in my now due to the $14,726 price tag.

Samsung intros 17.3-inch R720 multimedia laptop

Posted in Samsung by Conner Flynn on June 10th, 2009

Samsung intros 17.3-inch R720 multimedia laptopThose looking for an oddly sized 17.3-inch laptop will be happy to see Samsung’s latest offering. This laptop features an LED-backlit panel, ATI’s Mobility Radeon HD 4650 graphics, stereo speakers (with “subwoofer”), a full-sized numeric keypad next to the QWERTY layout, four USB 2.0 sockets and Windows Vista Home Premium.

That’s about all of the details we have at the moment. We have no price, release date or HDD size. This one is likely headed to the UK first, anyway.


Acer announces Aspire 3935 and 8935G notebooks

Posted in Acer by Shane McGlaun on April 16th, 2009

aceraspire_3935_009-sbThere are many different types of notebooks on the market today with small netbooks aimed at the budget conscious buyer wanting portability and a basic computing experience to the high-end gaming enthusiast wanting the fastest of everything. Another class of notebooks that tend to be large and expensive is the multimedia notebook.

Acer has announced two new notebooks with one of them being a mainstream ultra portable and the other a massive multimedia notebook. The Aspire 3935-6504 is a 13.3-inch ultraportable notebook designed to be slim and easy to carry. The screen has a 1368 x 768 resolution and the notebook weighs 4.1 pounds. Other features include an Intel dual-core T7350 CPU, 3GB of RAM, and a 250GB HDD. The machine is available now for $899.99.

Gateway 17-inch P-7808u FX multimedia laptop

Posted in Gateway by Conner Flynn on March 7th, 2009

Gateway 17-inch P-7808u FX multimedia laptopGateway continues to offer up more bargain notebooks with its latest addition to the FX lineup. The P-7808u FX is a 17-inch notebook that’s geared towards multimedia fans, and if the WXGA panel doesn’t bother you, the rest of the specs are decent.

Some features include a 2GHz Core 2 Quad CPU, NVIDIA’s GeForce 9800M GTS graphics card (1GB of GDDR3 included), 4GB of DDR3 memory, an 8x dual-layer DVD writer, 500GB SATA hard drive, 5-in-1 multicard reader, a nine-cell battery, WiFi, three USB 2.0 sockets, FireWire, eSATA and Bluetooth 2.0+EDR.

Athena Multimedia Sofa with integrated computer

Posted in Furniture by Conner Flynn on February 4th, 2009

Athena Multimedia Sofa with integrated computerIf you have somehow not been affected by the current economic climate and like to pay for overpriced furniture, this may be your next major purchase. For $15,436 you could own one of this multimedia sofa known as ‘Athena’. It features an integrated computer.

The sofa and home computer in one lets you connect it with multi-room systems to take care of all of your media applications. Everything from email to watching TV right from the comfort of your overpriced and very white, soon to be filthy sofa.

Hands On: Epson EX70 Multimedia Projector

Posted in Review by Conner Flynn on November 2nd, 2008

Hands On: Epson EX70 Multimedia ProjectorThose who tote around a portable projector for presentations will appreciate this one. Connecting to your computer with a VGA or DVI cable is very clumsy. The great advantage of the Epson EX70 is that you can connect via a USB cable. There are maybe one or two other projectors that can do this. If you want that convenience, check out the Epson EX70 for $799. You’ll like the fact that a USB cable is pretty easy to carry with you rather then a DVI or VGA cable. It makes setting things up a breeze.

The WXGA 1,280 by 800 resolution will go good with widescreen notebooks and the EX70 is easy to carry around. You can even show presentations without a computer, using an SD card or a USB drive. All of the ports are easily identified. Even a monkey could do it.


Nikon multimedia Wi-Fi Headset with 8GB & a browser

Posted in Nikon by Conner Flynn on October 7th, 2008

Nikon multimedia Wi-Fi Headset with 8GB & a browserHere’s an odd one from Nikon, but it’s no camera. The Media Port UP300 and UP300x video headset aims to be a wearable computer. The device basically looks like a pair of headphones with a small display, but has some nice specs. It features up to 8GB of flash memory for videos, music and file storage, Wi-Fi, and even, get this, a full internet browser.

The 300x model, even sports motion control. Browsing may be a challenge, who knows. You can also use the Wi-Fi connection to download audio and video content directly. The 300x will cost you $587. Looks like we are now on our way to becoming the Borg. If the next one requires that you dock yourself in a borg ship, I’m heading for the hills.

Aztech WL850MS wireless multimedia streamer

Posted in Home Theater by Conner Flynn on June 18th, 2008

Aztech WL850MS wireless multimedia streamer
Is your room configured to handle 1080p video footage streaming over a network? Then you’ll like the Aztech WL850MS Wireless Multimedia Streamer. It’s got some specs that make it different: 802.11n Wi-Fi technology, Multiple-input and multiple-output (MIMO) antennas for extra coverage, 2.4/5GHz dual-band capability.

It will be less prone to interference from cordless phones, bluetooth and the like with the dual-band capability. It will cost you about $263 for the WL850MS transmitter/receiver kit.

O2 Lounge massages you with multimedia

Posted in Health by Conner Flynn on April 27th, 2008

O2 Lounge massages you with multimedia
No, this is not a vintage Pink Floyd Album cover, but it looks bizarre enough that it could be. It’s also not a photo from the Brick’s new Borg-style Female Assimilation project.(We do have such a project, but it’s all pretty hush-hush. It looks alot like this actually.) The O2 Lounge is the latest fad in salons, spas, massage parlors, hotels, nightclubs, and apparently the great outdoors.

You get all the benefits of a Shiatsu Massage and an Aroma O2 Oxygen Maker. They throw in some audio/video therapy too. The Entertainment Oxygen Lounge has a multimedia DVD player with loudspeaker and hi-fi earphones, Music massage transfer with various massage techniques, and the Aroma O2 Oxygen Maker, along with the Aroma O2 Headset. It comes in four vibrant colors, with a price tag of $7,995, but for now, they are offering it for a special price of $4,595.

Mvix Wirelss HD Media Center Bridges Gap From PC

Posted in Digital Audio,Digital Video by Darrin Olson on November 29th, 2006

Mvix Wireless Media Center with HD Looking for a handy multimedia gadget to bridge the gap between your PC and your HDTV? This multimedia device could do the trick. The Mvix Media Center is really an external hard drive enclosure with it’s own processor, a Linux OS and some tools to playback just about any multimedia file you have.

This new version of the Mvix adds support for HD video output to your TV and wireless connectivity via 802.11b/g. (You can also connect via an Ethernet cable.) You can connect to your TV like you would connect any other audio and video components with composite, component, s-video or DVI, and you connect audio out with RCA jacks or even use a FM transmitter to play the sound on your FM stereo.

Once set up you simply transfer files from your PC to the Mvix device and play …