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Epson Stylus Photo R2000 Photo Printer

Posted in Printers by Conner Flynn on May 2nd, 2011

If you are looking to print some actual photos instead of just keeping them on your devices, then check out the Epson Stylus Photo R2000. It’s a new A3+ high-gloss photo printer that boasts efficiency and versatility with high-capacity cartridges.

This photo printer uses Epson’s UltraChrome Hi-Gloss 2 pigment ink, in conjunction with Epson’s Advanced MicroPiezo AMC print head, allowing it to produce high quality prints. Other features include Wi-Fi, USB and Ethernet connectivity. It will be available this month for $499.99.

Doctor Who Nintendo DS Case with Sonic Screwdriver Stylus

Posted in Nintendo DS by Conner Flynn on October 5th, 2010

Do you love Doctor Who, but lack a sonic screwdriver? Well if you have a Nintendo DS, you can now use a Sonic Screwdriver as a stylus. It compliments the Doctor Who Sonic Screwdriver Wiimote quite nicely.

This one is for your DS. It will make you look like the Doctor trying to pry open the Pandoricon with two thousand Daleks on your tail as you tap tap away. These are only available in the UK right now, but maybe they will hit the US soon.

Galaxy Tab Bluetooth Stylus shows up for £49.99 pre-order

Posted in Samsung by Conner Flynn on September 28th, 2010

The Galaxy Tab’s Bluetooth Stylus has appeared in its first pre-order listing. It’s priced at £49.99 ($79) by UK online retailer Play. The capacitive stylus will let you do handwriting if you don’t like the Tab’s soft keyboard.

It’s capable of hooking up to two Bluetooth devices at a time and can even receive and reject phone calls, whether on the Tab or on your phone.

Apple iPad Particle Case with stylus

Posted in iPad accessories by Conner Flynn on June 17th, 2010

Do you like scribbling on your iPad but find your fingers too clumsy? Fingers aren’t exactly a good instrument for art. The Pogo sketch stylus might offer some help, along with the Particle case from Ten One Design. It allows you to keep your stylus close with a handy holder built into the iPad case itself, which looks stylish.

The Pogo Sketch stylus has been specially designed for the iPad and turns your iPad in to a handy writing notebook and sketch pad. The Apple iPad Particle Case is just $34.95.

Nintendo DS Stylus and Projector

Posted in Nintendo DS by Conner Flynn on May 20th, 2010

Thrustmaster is at it again, making the scene with yet another wacky gaming accessory. What looks like a heavy and super thick DS stylus. The reason for that extra girth is that it also doubles as a projector.

It projects a picture of Buzz Lightyear, since Toy Story 3 is all the rage. Don’t worry, it still does touch-input too. The bulb even lets you control where the image is aimed at. Only £4.99 (or $7).

Ten1 debuts Tango case with stylus

Posted in Apple by Shane McGlaun on May 18th, 2010

I have used the Tango stylus for the iPhone before and the thing works very well for hitting small buttons and links with more accuracy. The problem was that there was no place to put the stylus in most cases making it hard to take along on the road.

Ten1 has announced a new case called the Tango Leather case and stylus. The device has full-grain leather on the outside and a soft microsuede interior. The interior can be had in light blue or green colors.

Mi-Stylus works on iPad and iPhone

Posted in iPad accessories,iPhone Accessories by Shane McGlaun on May 13th, 2010

I have had an iPhone for a long time now and there are some days when I still wish I had a stylus for touching small links and keys on the screen. I have used a stylus before that was designed to work on the iPhone, but it was too large for good accuracy.

A new stylus has launched called the Mi-Stylus that has a tip made form a composite that will work on the screen of the iPhone and iPad. The flat tip is great for touching larger icons and buttons while the edge is good for smaller keys.

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iPhone Sausage Stylus comes to the US

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on March 6th, 2010

If you’ve been following the phenomenon, than you know that folks over in South Korea have been using snack sausages as a stylus for their iPhones, which is especially useful in the winter because you can’t use the iPhone’s touch screen through your gloves.

And now CaseCrown, a company known for selling iPhone cases has received a large shipment of these sausages and is offering them for $0.99 each. It has the added bonus of feeding you when you get hungry too unlike a normal stylus.

Epson announces Stylus Photo PX650 printer

Posted in Printers by Conner Flynn on July 27th, 2009

Epson announces Stylus Photo PX650 printerEpson has a new printer in their Stylus Photo line. The PX650 all-in-one. This printer is aimed at digital photographers and creative types and doesn’t even require a PC to use. It sports a convenient 2.5-inch LCD screen, making it easy to edit crop etc right on the printer.

Some other features include PictBridge support, a memory card slot, copying and scanning at 1,200DPI resolution. The PX650 uses Claria Photographic Ink which Epson claims will give you prints that last 200 years. You can get started right out of the box as Epson has even included a pack of photo paper.

Pogo Stylus for iPhone Review

Posted in Review by Shane McGlaun on May 15th, 2009

pogostylus-sbI really like my iPhone and I have had it since the first generation devices launched. It’s about time for me to upgrade to a new handset and I am just waiting until June to see if any of the rumors about a new iPhone coming are true. Being a married geek one of the caveats of upgrading my gear is that it has to make it through the wife approval o’meter. Scoff all you want single geeks, any married guy will know what I mean. One good way to get the approval on an upgrade for my iPhone is to convince my wife that she should take my current iPhone over her Blackberry, which is honestly nowhere near as good as the iPhone.

The problem is that my wife always wants to use her nails to work the capacitive touchscreen. Anyone who has used an iPhone knows that won’t work. Another big problem for users in cold environments is that you can’t work the iPhone with gloves on. Today we are going to look at the Pogo Stylus for the iPhone that will solve both of these problems. Read on for all the details on the Pogo Stylus for iPhone.

Nintendo DS replacement lightsaber stylus

Posted in Nintendo DS by Conner Flynn on July 1st, 2008

Nintendo DS replacement lightsaber stylus
C’mon guys. We all love lightsabers, but there are limits to even your dorkiness right? Probably not. I can practically hear you just drooling over these trinkets and mouthing a firm OMG. Basically your DS stylus can now be replaced with Star Wars lightsabers. It will make it look like a tiny Jedi is attacking your touch screen.

They’re officially licensed and everything. And especially appropriate when playing Star Wars games. It should be noted that they are too big to fit in the DS stylus slot. But who cares, you’ll be too busy geeking it up. Get a 3-pack of the standard ones for $7.99, or you can splurge and spend $16.99 on a pair that actually light up with LED blades.

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The Triforce touchscreen pointer

Posted in Touchscreen by Conner Flynn on April 6th, 2008

The Triforce touchscreen pointer
The Triforce Touchscreen Pointer has nothing to do with zelda, so you won’t have to go around collecting pieces of the Triforce. Despite having nothing to do with Zelda, it might be something genuinely useful. It’s an alternative to the traditional stylus, a touchscreen pointer for handheld devices like mobile phones and PDAs.

No more fumbling with your PDA’s long stylus and the lanyard means no more dropping it. No info on pricing yet, but it won’t be a lot. In fact expect to see these start showing up as promotional items and in swag bags everywhere.

Pogo iPhone Stylus is just what iPhone users wanted

Posted in iPhone by Shane McGlaun on March 28th, 2008

Pogo iPhone StylusI really like my iPhone, but man I have a really hard time typing on the phone because the keys are so small. On more than one occasion I have wished for a nice pointy stylus to use for navigation and typing. The problem is that the touch screen is capacitive so it only works with a finger—or does it?

ThinkGeek has a sweet iPhone stylus from Pogo that promises to work with the iPhone. It uses some sort of felt like material on the end that fools the touch screen into thinking your finger is pressing the buttons. The Pogo for iPhone also works with the iPod touch.