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The GameStick runs on an Android System and can be easily plugged to the TV’s HDMI port
Game console creator, Jasper Smith, has created GameStick, a portable gaming console. It is as small as a USB stick and allows players to connect to the tv, without the complexity of cables and the bulkiness of your usual gaming consoles.Read the rest of the article »
To reduce environmental costs, so the upcoming HTC smartphone won't go with a wall charger
European mobile carrier O2, has revealed that their upcoming HTC smartphone will be launched without a phone charger. Their decision was based on a study that show that more than 70 percent of UK customers already own a charger with the same compatibility, so theirs no need to include one in their latest smartphone model.Read the rest of the article »
'My Lunchbox’ can be plugged to your laptops, warms your food like a regular microwave
‘My Lunchbox’ is a USB powered, portable microwave created by designer, Dan Luo. It can be connected to your laptops. All you have to do is place your lunchbox into the food warmer and set your desired time and temperature. This unique gadget will flash a signal on the food warmer itself and send a message to your laptop, when your meal is warm and ready to eat.
There is no word yet on where this gadget can be purchased.View Article Source »
The Vodafone Booster Brolly can also be used as a cellphone signal booster
Meet the Vodafone Booster Brolly, a smart umbrella that can be used as an emergency cellphone charger and antenna.Read the rest of the article »
Take a peek into the transparent future, as Samsung begins production of their backlight-less LCD screens.
Samsung has announced that they have started producing 22-inch transparent, yes transparent, LCD panels for this year. The company boasts that these LCD panels have the “world’s best transparency rate”, with 20% transparency for black-and-white type and over 15% for colored. That means you get to see clear images despite using only ambient light as a backlight for the screens, plus you get to use less electricity along the way.
The 22-inch screen will have a 1680×1050 resolution panel with a 500:1 contrast ratio, and will also be compatible with HDMI and USB. However, it looks like these will be used for advertising and corporate teleconferencing first, before letting the rest of the world take a crack at them.Read the rest of the article »
Intel's much hyped Light Peak technology will be using copper after all instead of light-based fiber optics for the initial version.
In what Intel describes as the ‘holy grail of connector technology’, Light Peak yields to the practicalities of conventional technology by going back to basic copper. It was originally planned that Light Peak will be using fiber-optics technology, which reports say has the ability to transfer data faster than copper wires. However, Intel subdued the [...]Read the rest of the article »
USB monitors are fun with 7 inches monitor, but who would have thought that it might be extended a little bigger? Mimo thought of that obviously. The famous secondary display company has launched its latest device that is definitely be a stunner. This 10 inches iMo Monster is suitably named giving us the satisfaction of a 10 inches full touch screen real estate with a 1024 x 600 resolution panel. This device weighs 1.77 lbs and whole heartedly assists Windows and OSX platforms. Its best feature is the single USB 2.0 cable supporting this device for the connectivity and power you need to appreciate this wonder. It delivers a stylus, 4.5 inch USB cable and everything you need for a tablet with limited availability.Read the rest of the article »
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