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You may have never heard of Blu:Sens or their G14 media player, but what I’m about to tell you will have you looking everywhere to find it. The Blu:Sens G14 comes with your choice of 1GB or 2GB hard drive, a 2-inch 256k color display, it supports DivX natively and of course it plays MP3′s. You can toss in support for WMA files and while you’re at it, add OGG Vorbis. But that stuff really isn’t important, compared to what comes next.
Maybe taking a cue from the Nike Transformer video that can be spotted on Youtube, Takara has decided to roll out Convoy (Optimus Prime) and Megatron as Nike Free 7.0′s. This is an unexpected collaboration and collectors of both sneakers and Transformers are goihg to want these. Now I’m know exactly what you’re thinking, “Can I wear them?”
The Motorola S805 DJ headphones get the full Bluetooth treatment. Thanks to the A2DP and AVRCP profiles which allow the wireless cans to pretty much work with all things Bluetooth. Whenever I put on headphones, I don’t want to be bothered, but the Motorola S805′s include dedicated buttons for both listening to music or for answering calls. The headphones feature noise, echo and wind cancellation plus they come bundled with a 3.5mm stereo adapter cable, just in case the 17 hours of battery life doesn’t hold you over. $150
For some of you the Luxeed color keyboard may just be the answer for figuring out all of the keyboard shortcuts that you keep forgetting. With 512 colors to choose from for each key, the Luxeed keyboard from Luxiium Lighting & Technology offers the ability to add a personal touch and to optimize your workspace.
Fresh from CES 2007, the KNG Invoca 3.0 ($50) is a voice-activated universal remote control that you can train to fulfill your channel surfing needs. Out of the box the Invoca gives you word playing authority with “Power”, “Power Up”, “Power Down” and “Previous” commands. It will even learn the tricks of the other remotes in the house, making them pretty much useless.
The folks behind the SlingBox have crafted a device that lets you sling, in reverse. So instead of sending content from your TV to your portable device of choice, with the Slingcatcher you send audio, video and web content wirelessly from your PC to your TV.
CES 2007 has brought a few hot items and it’s only Monday. Seagate officially announced the FreeAgent line of external hard drives, managing to stay to true serious storage capacity while placing drives into more visually pleasing packages.
The top of the heap FreeAgent Pro models range from 320GB ($230) to a nicely sized 750GB ($450) and come with a six-month subscription to Seagate Internet Drive.
Hotseat Inc unveiled new gaming chassis during CES 2007. the latest is the HotSeat Flight SIM. Complete with 6 speaker Dolby Digital 5.1 surorund sound speakers, subwoofer warming your buns and providing some thump under your seat, 3 audio inputs, flight controls, flight stacks an integrated power strip and most importantly a cup holder.
Vista ready and loaded with AgION antimicrobial technology to help keep mold, bacteria and other mysteries at bay because you never clean your keyboard, the MX3200 Laser is the latest keyboard/mouse combo to hit the market from Logitech. With dedicated search buttons on the mouse and the keyboard the MX 3200 is ready to serve and simplify no matter your keystyle.
Aside from the usual features we’re accustomed to from Logitech Lasers, this new model adds one-touch VoIP control for the talk-n-type crowd. The MX 3200 also has Zero-Degree Tilt to give comfort for those long hours of typing. Only $99
Great idea, but I really don’t like the implementation. Let’s see, develop a really useful product which could greatly help families and aid in finding people in disaster situations or kidnap victims. Charge a hefty price tag which limits the use.
Aside from the $325-$350 price tag, the idea is great. The shoes have GPS embedded and allow users to press a button in case of emegency to send a distress signal.