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Microvision's pico projector prototype

Microvision will roll-out its latest pico projector prototype for mobile devices at CEATEC Japan this week. Featuring a thinner, smaller and brighter PicoP™ engine and several image quality enhancements over the projector unveiled at CES in January, the pocket sized device displays full-color, high-resolution (WVGA) images and video ranging from 12 inches (30 cm) to 100 inches (2.5 m) in size onto any surface.  Read More

Bluetrek Bizz Bluetooth-Headset

Some two-in-one gadgets just don't gel (the microwave TV springs to mind) but others like the Bluetrek “Bizz” Bluetooth-Headset make perfect sense. The device is a headset for making hands-free phone calls that also integrates a USB stick for storing data as well as removing the need for a separate charger.  Read More

T-Mobile G1

Consumers will soon get a taste of the much anticipated Android operating system with the launch of the T-Mobile G1 handset. Developed in partnership with Google and designed by HTC, the handset features full touch-screen functionality, a sliding QWERTY keyboard and one-handed trackball navigation options and is loaded with a host of familiar web applications from Google as well as providing access to the open platform Android Market.  Read More

New from Motorola: MOTOPURE H15 Bluetooth Headset

Motorola has added to new noise-cancellation headsets to its range - the flip design MOTOPURE H15 and the Motorola H780 Universal Bluetooth Headset. Both units feature simultaneous connection to multiple Bluetooth phones, compatibility with over 200 phone models, customizable ear cushion options for a better fit and the company's "CrystalTalk" technology designed to ensure sound clarity in noisy environments.  Read More

Toshiba JournE portable TV range (model F700)

The permutations and combinations offered by portable multi-media devices just keep on growing and Toshiba's latest approach, the JournE range, takes a music player, video platform and photo viewer and combines it with a DVB-T Tuner, adding television to the list of entertainment options you can plug in to while on the move. The product range will kick-off with the 4.3 inch touch screen E M400 model which will launch across Europe later this year.  Read More

HTC S740 smartphone

HTC's latest edition to its "S" range of smartphones takes a conventional 12-key candybar phone design, slots in the company's speciality - a sliding QWERTY keyboard - and adds 3.8 inch wide-screen, 3.2 megapixel and mobile broadband download speeds of up to 7.2 Mbps (if your carrier can handle it).  Read More

Dell Inspiron Mini 9

September 15, 2008 Whether you call them Netbooks, Sub-notebooks or Internet companions, the new class of lightweight, small format, portable computers that sit somewhere between a PDA and a fully fledged notebook appear to be more than just a passing fad. Dell has now officially released its first entry into this space - the Inspiron Mini 9. Powered by a 1.6GHz Intel® Atom Processor® N270, the 2.28 lbs unit measures 9.13" x 6.77" x 1.25"H and features an 8.9-inch (1024x600) glossy LED display, over four hours battery life, plus Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and a webcam built-in.  Read More

GETAC’s Sunlight Readable Technology provides a super-bright 1200 NITS display with six ti...

GETAC’s ruggedized notebooks are not deterred by rain, nor sleet, nor gloom of night, (not to mention dust, debris, and shock), making them highly reliable for fieldwork. The newly enhanced V100 Notebook/Tablet PC now includes additional protection against glare from the sun - a super-bright 1200 NITS display said to offer six times the screen viewablility of competing products, without affecting battery life or affordability.  Read More

ASUS P552w PDA phone

ASUS is making a new foray into the world of touch screen-interfacing with the announcement of its ASUS P552w PDA phone. Though its not clear when it will appear or how much it will cost, we do know that the unit packs a 624MHz processor, GPS, a 2.8" touch-screen, in-built camera (though only 2 MP), 3.5G HSDPA, plus Bluetooth and WLAN 802.11b/g connectivity in a tidy 102 x 60.5 x 14.5 mm (4" x 2.4" x 0.57") package weighing 105g (3.7oz). The touch-navigation system, dubbed "Glide", promises simple fingertip access to applications and intuitive control of actions like zooming, scrolling and flipping.  Read More

Lighter and smaller iPod touch

Apple's latest raft of product announcements includes a new, lighter and smaller iPod touch and the thinnest ever iPod nano, now in its fourth generation. The fresh models both boast sleek new designs but the nano gets the biggest boost in terms of functionality via a refined user interface and a built-in accelerometer which lets you performs tricks like automatically switching to Shuffle™ mode when the unit is lightly shaken.  Read More

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