Samsung Galaxy S III

The Samsung Galaxy S III is the latest entry to the Samsung Galaxy S lineup. Following the success of the previous two editions of the phone, Samsung refines key features and pushes the Galaxy S brand forward with the latest model. With a 1.4GHz quad-core chip packed behind a ginormous 4.8-inch Gorilla Glass 2 covered HD screen on the front, 8 megapixel camera, up to 64GB memory under the hood, customized Android 4 on the dash and chrome bezel around the edges, the Samsung Galaxy S III is looking to be the must have Android phone. And, just in case 64GB is too small an amount of storage for your media needs Samsung was nice enough to add a microSD card slot so you can go crazy with it and double up to 128GB of storage should you choose. Available in two color options; Marble White and Pebble Blue, the Samsung Galaxy S III is the official device of the Summer Olympics.

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Tivoli Radio Silenz Headphones

Tivoli Audio Radio Silenz headphones are the company’s first headphone effort and also the world’s first active noise canceling headphones containing wood ear cups. With high performing 40mm drivers, a “Defeat” button that fades audio and momentarily stops the cancellation, allowing you to hear your surroundings, battery life up to 50 hours from a single AAA battery and noise cancellation up to 85%, what more could you possibly want? A choice of colors perhaps? Tivoli makes that possible too, since the collapsible Radio Silenz headphones are available in your choice of cherry, black ash or walnut, along with a convenient travel pouch for storage when not listening to your tunes.

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Casio Exilim EX-ZR300 Camera

Casio Japan has unveiled a compact camera that takes pictures with the speed and accuracy that you need, to capture the moments you cherish as they happen. Able to start and be ready to for photos in less than one second, the Casio Exilim EX-ZR300 has 24-300mm lens and 16-megapixels for you to use as you will. In addition to the ability to snap shots at .26 second intervals or video at 1080p 30fps, the new ZR300 camera supports Toshiba Flash Air SD technology allowing you to effortlessly create wireless backups. ($TBA)

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Leap Motion Controller

The new pint sized entry into 3D motion control by a company named Leap Motion seems to have taken the online tech world by storm. 4 out of 5 tech websites agree that the new Leap device has the potential to give motion control technology a much wider use than video games. Boasting accuracy close to one hundredth of a millimeter, the Leap tracks multiple movements, can chain devices together and is smaller than an iPod. Compatible with Windows and Mac OS X, you can pre-order the USB peripheral for $70.

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ViewSonic Pro8300 Projector

For you office types who have been longing for the Full HD resolution of the big game screens at your home, the ViewSonic Pro8300 Business projector should meet your demanding presentation needs. Full 16:9 widescreen ratio, 3,000 lumens and a 4,000:1 contrast ratio. If those specs are pure gobbledygook, just know that as of today the ViewSonic Pro8300 has the best projection quality for industrial graphics, presentations and multimedia. And when you and your arch nemesis go to battle with your slideshows both of you can plug into the Pro8300 thanks to dual HDMI, VGA and PC inputs. Now you can argue over which idea is better with ease and sophistication.

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Panasonic SC-AP01 AirPlay Speaker

The SC-AP01 is the new Apple AirPlay speaker announced by Panathsonic that wirelessly streams music from your iPhone, iPad or iPod. Effectively allowing you to keep your device nearby, where it belongs. Making substantial progress from their innovative and industry first bamboo speakers in 2006, the Panasonic SC-AP01 speaker uses Nano Bamboo technology creating rich audio through the use of renewable materials. Aside from the eco friendly aspect of the SC-AP01 speaker, the bamboo based technology creates a three dimensional sound field providing you with sonic clarity and equal depth from any virtually direction. The Panasonic Airplay speaker SC-AP01 is expected to launch later this year in Japan $TBA.

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Samsung Galaxy Note


If you are split on deciding whether you need to get a new smartphone or to go with a new tablet, the Samsung Galaxy Note makes your decision that much easier. With a massive 5.3-inch HD touchscreen, the Samsung Note is large enough to be a small tablet, yet small enough to be a phone (just barely). Equipped with the latest network specs to handle 4G LTE, HSPA, EDGE and Wi-Fi, the Galaxy Note is ready for all of your data and multimedia needs.

Powered by a 1.4GHz Dual Core chip, the genre bending Android device comes with 16GB of memory (expandable with a microSD card), an 8 megapixel rear camera, 2 megapixels for the front, accelerometer, digital compass, Samsung apps, handwriting recognition software, access to Android Market and more. And in case your digits get numb you can skip the touchscreen and use the Samsung S Pen to write any notes you need to take the old fashioned way.

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Logitech Touch Mouse M600

Logitech Touch Mouse M600

Further expanding into the touch mouse market, Logitech deftly combines their skills for aesthetics and function with the Logitech Touch Mouse M600. Designed for comfort and performance the M600 wireless optical mouse fits comfortably in either hand allowing for ambidextrous use and has a wide touch surface allowing you to use gestures easily. The M600 also uses Logitech Flow Scroll software that gives the wireless mouse a scrolling capability that rivals your favorite quick scrolling smartphone. That being said when the M600 hits the market you will be able to right click, left click, swipe, browse and scroll horizontally or vertically with just a touch for less than eighty bucks. Logitech Touch Mouse M600

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Blue Microphones Tiki Mic

Recently introduced to the global audience, Blue Microphones Tiki USB Microphone is billed as the first USB mic that accurately mimics the intelligence of human hearing. How is that possible you ask? The technological wonder workers over at Blue Mics have figured how to gear components of the portable USB microphone to focus on sounds you desire recording and to minimize sounds you don’t, through noise cancellation, voice isolation and auto-mute.  Small enough to fit in your pocket, the Tiki mic is the perfect add-on component for recording audio when a portable voice recorder, iPad or other tablet are not enough for the task. Now you can record and listen to those all important multi-hour lectures in CD-quality sound.

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Nokia Lumia 900


With an eight megapixel camera bolstered with Carl Zeiss lenses to help you capture all those important moments, a 4.3-inch AMOLED screen for all the media you can possibly consume, WiFi connectivity, Bluetooth and a 1.4Ghz Snapdragon processor with an updated chipset to handle LTE all wrapped in a soft to the touch polycarbonate frame, the Nokia Lumia 900 is first Nokia Windows Phone with 4G LTE.

The Nokia Lumia 900 is a great looking phone, but are looks enough to return Nokia to glory? Just in case its looks do not convince you to buy, Nokia is said to be giving the Lumia 900 an aggressive price with the hopes of making the new Microsoft Windows 4G phone appear even more attractive and thus more likely to get into your hands.

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