25 Most Promising New Products for 2010…

April 6, 2010 at 4:47 am (Gadgets, Uncategorized) (, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , )

2010 is a promising year for bring you the most functional, promising, and novel of the batch. If you’re tired of waiting for flying cars and voice-controlled sunglasses, this just might be your year.

25. nPower Personal Energy Generator

The PEG harvests one of the biggest energy hogs on earthyou. Place the little device into your bag or briefcase, plug in your cell phone, GPS, or iPod, and let your kinetic energy power up your gadgets while you walk. You can get an 80% charge in one hour through your own energy alone. Green and brilliant.

24. Flying Car: Terrafugia

Even though were well into the 2000s, nobody has come up with a Jetsons-style flying car. Until now. The Terrafugia Transition is more of a driving plane than a flying car, but its a promising first step. The worlds first street legal plane hits runways and highways in 2010.

23. Sony 3D-360 Hologram

No glasses needed! Just turn on your tabletop unit and enjoy a 360-degree view of images and possibly video through this stereoscopic display. Sony isn’t yet sure what to use it for, but ads, video games, and medical visualizations are just a few ideas.

22. Xeros Waterless Washing Machine

The waterless washing machine isn’t as sexy as some of the other gadgets arriving in 2010, but its conservation qualities should be applauded. It uses nylon beads and a spin cycle to clean your clothes, saving water while potentially reducing the need for dryers.

21. Recompute: The Cardboard Computer

Cardboard is the new black. Legions of product made primarily of corrugated cardboard are hitting the market. This little beauty will benefit anyone who has ever broken that little sticker while changing out a sound card or adding memory to a CPU.

20. Powermat Wireless Battery Charger

If you’re tired of carrying around one charger per electronic toy, you’re in luck. The Powermat lets you charge your iPhone, Blackberry, Nintendo DS, and most other gadgets on the same mat. One mat, one plug.

19. Samsung Water-Powered Battery

Sure, one mat, one plug is cool. But what if you didn’t have to plug in at all? Samsung is speeding past the AC plug, around the solar charger, and directly into the water faucet. Its new micro-fuel cell and generator rpowers your cell phone through water alone. Jurys still out on whether it will work long-term.

18. Camaro: Transformers Edition

Love muscle cars? Have you seen Transformers more times than all your nieces and nephews?
Then this head-turner is for you. Note that the car does not actually transform, nor does it come with any multi-weaponry.

17. Apple Tablet

It has always been tough to determine what Apple will put out in the next year. But this time, the anecdotal evidence seems to add up. Its safe to say you will see a touchscreen-based tablet Apple product that will both fight with Kindle for books and netbook manufacturers for small computing.

16. The Honda Bicycle Simulator

As part of a universal quest to replicate outdoor activities without actually going outside, Honda has unveiled a new kind of bicycle . It doesn’t actually go anywhere, but it does simulate real-life situations riders may face on the way to work or the store. Think of it as defensive driving for bicyclists.

15. Panasonic 50-inch 3D 1080p Plasma TV

Have you noticed the slew of new movies coming out in 3D? This new kind of TV could be the reason. Once you spring for specialized glasses, a new Blu-ray player, and a bunch of 3-D DVDs, you’ll be ready for this TV .

14. Gibbs Quadski

Here’s the scene. 007 is in the middle of an ATV chase, 4-wheelers spewing mud all around him as he speeds toward the sea. He looks like has done for. Then, suddenly, he plows into the ocean and hits a button. The wheels on his ATV fold as he speeds away, spraying water on the bad guys. This ATV/Jetski can be yours next year, in the form of the Quadski. Bad guys not included.

13. Space Elevator

You cant actually buy one of these , but you might be able to help build one and then own it. The Space Elevator, formerly the stuff of science fiction, will become reality in 2010, when building teams will compete for cash and bragging rights to actually get it done.

12. 2010 Brabus Mercedes-Benz Viano Lounge

Tilt back in your leather lounge chair. Turn on the Sat TV. Load your Nespresso machine with the finest coffee beans in the world, then take a photo of it all with your iPhone. Load the photo and to your Twitpic from the on-board Sony Vaio laptop. Did I mention that you can do all this while cruising down the interstate at 80 mph? Classy.

11. Plasma Scalpel

Touted as a lightsaber for military doctors, the new plasma scalpel works by using ionized gas in a controlled light beam. This simultaneously slices and cauterizes a wound on the battlefield. Coming in 2010 to a war zone near you. Here’s to hoping you never see one!

10. Touch Wood

There’s only one thing cooler than corrugated cardboard in technology. Its name is wood. The Japanese are leading a trend called Mori Girl (Forest girl), which aims to limit the use of plastic by using sustainable wood instead .

9. V12 Dual-Touchscreen Notebook

Canova 2.0 is working with an undisclosed US manufacturer to change the screen game. The new dual-LCD screen laptop could take the form of big iPhone-style touchscreens or, if they’re working with a different company (they wont say who it is), simply one of the neatest laptops ever to hit markets.

8. OnLive

OnLive is simple: Play the hottest video games from your TV, PC or Mac over a broadband connection. No console, no discs. Some very smart people are predicting that OnLive might be the console killer. That may be stretching it, but the technology seen at E3 is hard to argue with.

7. MyKey by Ford

Teens have a propensity for unsafe driving. That’s hardly news, but what parents can now do to encourage safe driving is. The MyKey can be set to control the vehicle by limiting speed, chiming when the gas tank is 75 miles from empty, and limiting the cars audio by as much as 44%. Kids will hate it. That’s probably why its such a good thing.

6. Tri-Specs

You have your phone, your iPod, your headphones, and your Wi-Fi headset, in case you get a call. You have your sunglasses. You’re ready to goor are you? What if you could pull on your shades and have all of the above, in one cool package? Enter Tri-Specs . They come built-in Bluetooth wireless headphones for an MP3 Player or cell phone, retractable earbuds, built-in volume control, and even voice control. For $200, you can be the coolest kid on the block.

5. Microsoft Xbox360 Project Natal

Now that Microsoft did the wireless controller right, they’re throwing it out the virtual Window in favor of Project Natal . Rumored to be coming at one of next years conferences, PN will have no controller or wires connecting you with the screen. Well see if it works.

4. Google Wave

Google has a way of inventing things that people do not know they need until they understand the product. Its latest such creation is Google Wave . Its not email. Its not chat. Rather, a Wave is a document that acts like a conversation, live and changeable on the fly. Rich media drives the experience. But you wont really know how much you need it until Google actually gives it to you.

3. The KS810 Keyboard Scan

This keyboard with a fully-integrated scanner takes product hybridization one step further. The KS810 keyboard contains a full-color, 600dpi scanner that lets you drop scans into most online applications. If keyboard scanning isn’t your thing, product creator Lifeworks is also offering a keyboard with a built-in iPod dock.

2. Corrugated Cardboard Laptop Case

If you’re sick and tired of those cool-looking black leather laptop cases, rejoice! Giles Miller has designed a customizable cardboard box for that perfectly fits your little Netbook. You can even put your own logo on it. Take that, Targus.

1. Gocycle Electric Bicycle

Coast in electric mode for up to 20 miles in this little sucker , then fold it up and take it with you. Of course, you might want to pedal every now and then, just to make it look like you’re making an effort.

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Spy Cam Tie

April 6, 2010 at 4:42 am (Uncategorized)

Tie Spy Camera with MP4 Player 512MB Flash, 2.5-inch LCD

The World’s Smallest Color Pinhole Camera built-in the fashionable Tie. When tie this tie with your clothes lets you record exactly what you saw. No external power needed, just connect it directly with MP4 player to hidden recording so you will not miss any action. It is also great as a surveillance camera, a toy for hobby enthusiasts, as body worn solutions and so on.




Camera Specifications –
  • Image Device: 1/3 Inch CMOS
  • TV system: PAL, NTSC
  • Horizontal Definition: 380
  • Angular Field of View: 52 deg f=3.6mm
  • Minimum Illumination: 2.0 Lux
  • Synchronization System: Internal
  • Backlight Compensation: Auto
  • White Balance: Auto
  • S/N Ratio: >48dB
  • Recommended Max Range for Objects: 5 Meters
  • Video and Audio Recording
  • Power Source: Powered Directly from MP4

MP4 Player Specifications –

  • Memory: 512MB
  • External Memory: SD Card (Max 1GB)
  • Display: 2.5 Inch TFT OLED 260K
  • Video Format: ASF MP4
    Conversion formats: MPEG1, 2, 4, AVI
    Video Resolution: 320×240
    FPS (Frames per Second): 25fps
  • Music Format: MP3, WMA, ADPCM, PCM
    Bit rate: 32-320Kbps
  • Picture Format: EXIF2.1, JPEG
  • Built in MIC
    Record Format: WAV
  • Earphone Jack: 3.5mm
  • SNR (Signal to Noise Ratio): >85dB
  • Output of earphones: 2x5mW(32Ohm)
  • Output of Speaker: 10mW(32Ohm)
  • Languages: English, Chinese
  • USB: 1.1
  • System: Windows 98/SE/ME/2000/XP
  • Power Source: Built in Rechargeable Li-ion Battery
  • Dimension: 60x90x18mm (LxWxD)
  • Manufacturer Ref.: SMWTPE74EX72

Other Features:

  • AV IN/ OUT (PAL/NTSC)
  • Adjustable Calendar
  • Connect directly to MP4 player/Recorder for hidden recording
  • No installation- plug and play
  • Manufacturer and Origin: China
  • Login for Wholesale discount price

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TOP 10 Futuristic Concept Laptop…

March 23, 2010 at 9:29 am (Uncategorized) (, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , )

1. Canova Dual Screen Laptop

Canova Dual Screen Laptop possesses two screens, a multi sensitive touch screen and is very easy to use. Not only can it be used to handle your daily computing tasks but it also lets you read articles on your laptop in the old-school newspaper fashion.

2. Vaio Zoom

Vaio Zoom notebook features a holographic glass screen that goes transparent and a keyboard that turns opaque when turned off. Turn it on and the touchscreen holographic festivities begin.

3. DesCom

DesCom is basically a two-in-one concept laptop which seamlessly integrates inside a desk.

4. MacTab

MacTab is the complement to MyBook in the high-end. The incredibly thin wireless keyboard is used as a protection cover for transportation. It stays in place with a combination of magnets and notches.

5. LG Ecological Laptop Concept

LG Ecological laptop concept uses fuel cell batteries and features organic light-emitting diode (OLED) display technology, it received a Red Dot Award nomination for best concept design.

6. Compenion Laptop Concept

Compenion concept laptop by Felix Schmidberger consists of two sliding OLED screens, one of which can be used as a keyboard, where necessary.

7. Samsung Amoled Concept

Amoled concept notebook by Samsung features a unique design which is thin and sleek and a touch-sensitive keyboard which lacks tactile feedback.

8. Traveller Concept Laptop

Traveler concept laptop is a GPS enabled navigation system for pedestrians with internal storage to save photos or data and built-in Geotagging functionality so you always know where you took your photos.

9. Canvas Laptop Concept

Canvas is a futuristic concept laptop that is supposed to provide a better quality for the designer and also its said that it will raise the productive rate of the artist. It will feature a very thin touchscreen and the other components will look just about the same but they will be better adjusted.

10. Macbook 0801

Macbook 0801 concept laptop by Isamu Sanada is more like a black version of the now Macbook Air. It also features an ultra-thin keyboard and a very sleek design.

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