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HP Compaq 6000 Pro All-in-one desktop

Posted in HP by Conner Flynn on June 22nd, 2010

HP has unveiled their latest all-in-one computer in the HP Compaq 6000 Pro. This Windows 7-powered computer comes packed with an Intel Core 2 Duo processor, a 21.5-inch full HD LED backlit HP BrightView LCD screen with dual display capability, up to 8GB RAM, up to 1TB hard drive, an optional 80GB SSD, Bluetooth connectivity, a 16x Max SuperMulti optical drive and a slim-tray DVD burner with LightScribe.

There are 7 USB 2.0 ports, an IEEE 1394 FireWire port, and a six-in-one memory card reader as well. The HP Compaq 6000 Pro all-in-one will be available in the United States on July 16th for $899.

Xbox 360 Elite replacing Pro at $299 price point August 30th?

Posted in Xbox 360 Elite by Conner Flynn on August 12th, 2009

Xbox 360 Elite replacing Pro at $299 price point August 30th?We already knew that the Xbox 360 Elite would be replacing the current Pro model, but a new ad outted by Kotaku backs up those rumors and confirms that the Elite will also be taking over the Pro’s $299 price point.

Obviously none of this is official, but the ad shows the date for the price drop as August 30th, so we will likely hear from Microsoft before that date.

Waring Pro Cordless Wine Opener

Posted in Kitchen by Conner Flynn on August 9th, 2009

Waring Pro Cordless Wine OpenerDrinking wine depends on wine openers. How are you going to drink your sweet booze if you forget the wine opener? Well if you own the Waring Pro Cordless Wine Opener, it’s all good. This gizmo costs $45 and fetures a rubberized body with brushed stainless accents. Plus, it’s powered by a rechargeable NiMH battery pack, so it doesn’t need to be confined to just the kitchen.

You also get a rechargeable base unit, with removable foil cutter. It has you covered no matter how pickled your liver is, as it will open 80 natural corks on a single charge. If that isn’t enough then you are too drunk to care anyway.

Xbox 360 line to be reduced to Arcade and Elite?

Posted in Xbox 360 by Conner Flynn on August 5th, 2009

Xbox 360 line to be reduced to Arcade and Elite?Some leaked packaging images suggest that only two models of the Xbox 360 will be available in the future. Depicted in the above photo are current and planned boxes for the 360 Arcade; the latter box lists only one other 360, the 120GB Elite.

The Pro, in production since 2005, is MIA. It’s typically the best-selling Xbox system. The photo backs up earlier reports that Microsoft is phasing out the Pro. Game bundles may help clear out earlier stock, after which the Elite’s price is expected fall to that of the Pro in September.

Nikon Pro Battery Grip keeps your DSLR running

Posted in Cameras by Conner Flynn on August 5th, 2009

NikonWhen your Digital camera runs out of juice at the worst possible moment, it’s enough to make you want to scream. The Nikon Battery Grip can help. It holds six AA batteries which can be used to power your Nikon D200 through an adapter.

If you are a serious camera user, this one is a no brainer. Why chance missing out on that perfect picture? The Nikon Battery Grip will retail for £99.59 and save you a ton of frustration.

Classic Controller Pro appears at E3

Posted in Wii by Conner Flynn on June 3rd, 2009

Classic Controller Pro appears at E3Here’s an interesting story. The guys over at Joystiq spotted a pair of Classic Controller Pros for the Wii at Nintendo’s E3 booth. What’s unusual about this is that it still hasn’t been announced for release outside of Japan.

Nintendo reps at the booth apparently know nothing, or they just weren’t saying anything about a planned release. There’s also no official word on the E3 press site. Yet the controllers were there in all their Wii-white glory.

Sprint Treo Pro available March 15th

Posted in Sprint by Conner Flynn on March 4th, 2009

Sprint Treo Pro available March 15thOn March 15 Sprint will be rolling out the new Treo Pro device. It will be the first Palm smartphone to come with Internet Explorer Mobile 6 for a more robust mobile browsing experience. Some other business-class features include Wi-Fi connectivity, GPS navigation, full keyboard for fast email and texting and touchscreen availability.

The Sprint Treo Pro will retail for $199 after you take into account rebates and contract agreement.


Pantech Matrix Pro announced

Posted in Mobile Phones by Conner Flynn on February 18th, 2009

Pantech Matrix Pro announcedThe Pantech Matrix Pro is a dual-sliding smartphone that resembles the Helio Ocean, with a slide-out keypad and a separate, slide-out QWERTY keyboard.

It will be powered by Windows Mobile 6.1 with support for Outlook/Office. Some features include a microSDHC memory card slot that lets you carry up to 32GB of data, 3G connectivity, and a small 2.4″ LCD. AT&T will be carrying the Pantech Matrix Pro within the next few days for $180.

Pizza Pro 3000 Circular Saw is the manly way to slice pizza

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

Pizza Pro 3000 Circular Saw is the manly way to slice pizzaSince the very dawn of pizza, when it’s mighty cooked aroma filled the air for the first time, the pizza cutter hasn’t changed much. But now some genius, and I’m not being sarcastic, has come up with the ultimate pizza cutting tool.

It’s the manliest, most hardcore pizza cutter ever. And though it won’t rev up like a real saw and cut both your pizza and the counter-top beneath, you will find yourself mimicking the powerful sound of the saw as you slice and dice and accidentally cut it into a million pieces due to fun overload.

Samsung Propel Pro caught on camera

Posted in Samsung by Conner Flynn on January 29th, 2009

Samsung Propel ProIn a world filled with tech spies, you’re gonna get the occasional obligatory spy shot. This is the latest. Apparently, this is the Samsung Propel Pro and it arrives with some pro-level features. Stuff like Windows Mobile 6.1 Standard, an optical joystick, 3G, and presumably a camera.

That’s about all we know at the moment, but we hear that the QWERTY keyboard is decent. Nothing on a release date or pricing. Looks pretty decent.

Smartfish Pro prevents carpal tunnel by adjusting itself

Posted in Keyboards by Conner Flynn on January 14th, 2009

Smartfish Pro prevents carpal tunnel by adjusting itselfTyping on the computer all day can lead to some problems. And I’m not talking lack of sleep and a steady diet of Hot Pockets. I’m talking carpal tunnel syndrome. Between comments on Facebook, twitter, gaming and commenting here at the ‘Brick, we are all just one keystroke away from carpal tunnel at any given time. The Smartfish Pro is designed to help prevent it rather then causing it.

Yeah, we’ve heard it all before. There are all kinds of ergonomic gadgets on the market and most seem like they don’t do jack. There’s even an ergonomic mouse or five. The Smartfish Pro actually has a chance of helping the problem and standing out from the crowd. That’s because it is outfitted with motors that slightly shift the keyboards angle throughout the entire day. This may actually help with repetitive stress injuries.


Turkey in 2 hours with NuWave Oven Pro

Posted in Kitchen by Conner Flynn on November 26th, 2008

Turkey in 2 hours with NuWave Oven ProOne thing that sucks about Thanksgiving dinner is that the Turkey takes so long to cook. We’re talking hours here and people are hungry. This Thanksgiving gadget that will help. The NuWave Oven Pro. The manufacturer claims it can roast up a 10-pound turkey in just two hours. That takes much of the wait out of Thanksgiving dinner.

How does it do it? NuWave uses three kinds of heat: Conduction, convection and infrared. That’s the secret to a perfect golden brown bird. They also offer an “extender” that can hold a 16-pound turkey. You know, if you want to feed a small army. This gadget with it’s three heat settings is just crazy enough to work.

Intec G5660 Pro Gamer case for the Wii

Posted in Wii by Conner Flynn on November 3rd, 2008

Intec G5660 Pro Gamer case for the WiiDo you take your Wii everywhere so you can frag your buddies no matter where you are? Then this aluminum carrying case from Intec is just the thing for you. Only $28. And you’ll have everything that you need at your disposal.

The case features compartments specifically designed to hold your Wii and other accessories snug. You get separate compartments for controllers, cables, games and more, and it even fits Intec’s Wii Game Screen. Because everybody knows that serious gamers always have their console with them.

Zeno device helps emo teens remove acne

Posted in Healthcare by Conner Flynn on February 21st, 2008

Zeno device helps emo teens remove acne
If the mpion MP3 player didn’t remove your hardcore teen acne, try this Zeno device. It claims to be an acne Clearing device, that will improve your complexion. In fact, it’s the 1st FDA approved home gadget to remove acne.

The tip heats up when applied to a pimple. Supposedly that will cause some sort of a shock to the bacteria that causes acne. They claim that “two to three 2 1/2 minute treatments spread over 24 hours are sufficient for most pimples” and most pimples will disappear. There’s no question that this is the geeky gadget way to remove acne, but does it work? I think if ANYTHING worked the way they claimed, there would be no need for this product. It retails for $184.95.