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Sanyo offers new AA and AAA eneloop batteries

Posted in Batteries by Conner Flynn on November 16th, 2010

Sanyo’s eneloop batteries have been around for a while. People seem to like them when it comes to powering our various toys and gadgets. And now Sanyo is offering some new AA and AAA eneloop rechargeable batteries that will give you 500 more charges compared to the previous versions.

They are already charged and ready to go in the packaging. The company claims that they can maintain about 75% of their charge for up to three years and they are capable of up to 1,500 charge cycles. Perfect for Christmas time.

Sanyo limited edition 8-color Eneloop rechargeable battery packs

Posted in Sanyo by Conner Flynn on October 25th, 2010

On November 14th, Sanyo is celebrating the 5th anniversary of Eneloop batteries by rolling out limited edition 8-color glitter AA and AAA Eneloop rechargeable battery packs in Japan. There will only be 200,000 limited edition packs available so you better hurry.

The 8 colors are purple, pink, orange, yellow, light green, light blue, silver and black. You could color coordinate those that have been charged and those that need to be charged. That’s pretty handy. It’s tough when they all look the same.

Sanyo and NTT DoCoMo release the Gorilla Plus PND

Posted in GPS by Conner Flynn on September 27th, 2010

The Gorilla Plus is the latest portable navigator from Sanyo and NTT DoCoMo. It features a 5-inch LED backlight touchscreen display with 8GB of internal memory, real-time traffic information and the latest Map update.

It will also deliver more information ranging from accommodations to restaurant recommendations but that will cost you 315 Yen (or $3) to get access. The Gorilla Plus also lets you upload Point Of Interest (POI) and other useful information from your PC to your PND using an SD card.

Sanyo QuaDrive PLC-HF10000L projector is crazy bright and costs more than two Kia’s

Posted in Sanyo by Shane McGlaun on September 27th, 2010

Sanyo has a number of projectors on the market with some of them for home users and others for larger settings. The most recent projector for the company for large venues is the massive PLC-HF10000L with QuaDrive technology.

The QuaDrive tech adds a yellow element to the red, green, and blue that are inside the typical 3LCD projector. The yellow source allows for more colors and better picture quality. The projector supports 1080p resolution with a max resolution of 2048 x 1080.

Sanyo Innuendo hits Sprint with hidden OLED display

Posted in Mobile Phones by Conner Flynn on September 13th, 2010

Sprint is offering a unique Sanyo-branded handset built by Kyocera. The Innuendo is a horizontal flip-phone with a QWERTY keyboard and a 2.8-inch, 400×240 display. The exterior features a keypad that is hidden when not lit up and in use, along with a matching 1.3-inch OLED external display.

Other specs include a 3.2-megapixel camera, Bluetooth, MP3 playback and a microSD memory card slot. It comes with a 1GB microSD card. Users can access Sprint’s E-mail, TV, Music, GPS mapping and a browser, while Sanyo preloads Facebook, MySpace and Twitter apps.

Sanyo Xacti VPC-GH4 full HD camcorder with YouTube and Facebook integration

Posted in Camcorders by Conner Flynn on September 9th, 2010

Sanyo has announced their latest Xacti digicams, this time they are aimed at the social media crowd. The VPC-GH4 is similar to the VPC-GH2, since it features Full HD 1080 video recording, but unlike the GH2, it integrates YouTube, Facebook, and Picasa uploads, even Twitter notifications.

The downside is that the newer model has still photos taken down to 10 megapixels (the old one featured 14 megapixels). Still, at $200, it’s all good. It hits store shelves later this month.

Sanyo Flip-Like Pocket Cam does 1080p at 30FPS

Posted in Camcorders by Conner Flynn on August 19th, 2010

Sanyo is now offering its first Flip-type camera, with 3X optical zoom and dual-mics. The VPC-PD2BK will cost you just $170, which lines up nicely with the rest of the pocket cameras. And yes, it can do 1080P at 30FPS.

It takes 10-megapixel photos, has stereo sound recording, flash, is SD/SDHC/SDXC card compatible and measures 2.48 x 0.87 x 4.36. Those are some nice features packed into this tiny cam.


Sanyo unveils two ultra short throw 3D ready projectors

Posted in Projectors by Conner Flynn on June 7th, 2010

Sanyo has introduced two new short-throw, 3D-ready projectors. The PDG-DWL2500 and PDG-DXL2000. With a new mirror projection optical unit, they are capable of throwing up large images in about half the space of a typical projector.

In fact, the DWL2500 is the shortest-throw projector available on the market, as it can create an 80-inch image just 12.6 inches from the screen. The DWL2500 sports a native 1280×800 resolution for a 16:10 aspect ratio and a brightness of 2,500 lumens. While the DXL2000 has lower specs, at 1024×768, 4:3 and 2,000.

Sanyo DMX-CA100 camcorder is waterproof and records 1080p video

Posted in Sanyo by Shane McGlaun on May 31st, 2010

Waterproof cameras are a great way to film both winter and summer sports without worrying that you will break your camera. Sanyo has announced a new camera that it claims to be the world’s first waterproof full HD camera.

The camcorder is the DMX-CA100 and will land in black, yellow, and pink colors in June. The camera is water resistant to IPX8 standards. That rates the camera for recording full 1080p video in up to 3 meters of water for an hour.

Sanyo debuts new PLV-Z4000 projector

Posted in Sanyo by Shane McGlaun on April 29th, 2010

Sanyo makes all sorts of electronics and gadgets from TVs to computers and other devices. Sanyo is big in the projector market for home theater, the classroom and office as well.

The latest projector from Sanyo is the new PLV-Z4000. The projector is aimed at the home theater fan and sports 120Hz 3LCD technology. It has a contrast ratio of 65000:1 and 1200 ANSI lumens of brightness.

Sanyo announces 14MO full HD Xacti camcorders

Posted in Camcorders by Conner Flynn on April 8th, 2010

Sanyo has announced two camcorders in their Xacti range, the DMX-CG100 and the DMX-GH1. Both are capable of full HD video recording (1920 x 1080) but come in two different form factors. The DMX-CG100 is available in white lead-red (that’s really the name) and blue with the vertical form.

The DMX-GH1 is a more conventional form and is available in silver, pink and blue. They’re equipped with 1,440 ten thousand pixels CMOS sensors and will accept SD multimedia cards up to 64GB. Built in memory is just 50MB.


Sanyo shows off new GH2, CG102, and CD60 camcorders

Posted in Sanyo by Shane McGlaun on February 5th, 2010

Sanyo has been making cameras for a while now that take still shots and digital video. The company also has its fingers in all sorts of other product categories in the consumer electronics market. The company has unveiled three new camcorders including the GH2, CG102, and CG20 camcorders.

The GH2 can record full HD video at 60 fps and take 14MP still shots. It has 5x optical zoon and a 12x double zoom range. It is compatible with SDHC and SDXC memory cards and has a 2.7-inch LCD. It will sell for $229 starting in March. The CG102 can record 1080p video and 14MP still shots. It has the same zoom range as the GH2, same screen size, and many of the same features. It even sells for the same $229 price.

Sanyo Xacti DMX-SH11 Ultra Slim Dual Camcorder

Posted in Sanyo by Conner Flynn on January 28th, 2010

Sanyo is releasing a new ultra slim dual-camcorder, the Xacti DMX-SH11. This good looking video recorder features a 3.5MP CMOS sensor and a 35mm wide angle lens. The Xacti DMX-SH11 also delivers a 30X “Advanced Zoom” function along with a Full HD video recording mode.

Some other specs include 16GB of internal memory, Eye-Fi and SDXC card compatibility, a mini HDMI port, “Sound Zoom” technology, a digital image stabilizer and the face chaser function. The Sanyo Xacti DMX-SH11 will cost you about $669.

Sanyo eneloop music booster hits the stage

Posted in Sanyo by Shane McGlaun on January 15th, 2010

I guess I always assumed that musical instruments that needed electricity were plugged into an AC outlet. Apparently, there are lots of the items that get power from batteries of one sort or another. Sanyo has announced a new battery pack for musicians.

The pack is called the Sanyo eneloop music booster and the device is a rechargeable DC 9V battery unit for music devices. Inside the case is a rechargeable lithium-ion battery with 7.35Ah of power. The device has two outlets for two musical devices at once.

Sanyo pulls wraps off new Xacti VPC-CS1

Posted in Sanyo by Shane McGlaun on January 7th, 2010

When I need to take a camera or a video camera with me, I am a big fan of compact devices that work well. I have a large DSLR but it is a pain to carry around all day when I need a camera. Sanyo has unveiled a new Xacti VPC-CS1 camera that shoots video and still shots in one package.

The camera is set to go on sale in February 2010 for $299.99 and will come in silver only. The device can record full 1080p HD video using MPEG-4 AVC/H.264. Sanyo says that this is the thinnest Xacti yet at only 27mm thick and weighing 142g.