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Jun 8, 2010

iPhone 4 hands-on

Slimmer, brighter, more powerful and apparently the product of 18 months development: the Apple iPhone 4 certainly is something. The wwdc 2010 opening keynote is over, and we’ve just been back to check out the new Apple smartphone. Set to debut on June 24th – and up for preorder from June 15th – the Jobs hyperbole and press shots don’t do the iPhone 4 justice in your hand. Whether you are an Apple fan or not, you have to give them credit for creating a very slick device.[slashgear]

iPhone 4: quadband 3G but still no T-Mobile USA love

Steve Jobs said, and you could hear the hiss of excitement as eager T-Mobile USA customers suddenly wondered if they’d be able to take advantage of the iPhone 4. Unfortunately, a quick glance at the freshly posted spec sheet confirms their hopes are in vain: the iPhone 4 supports 850, 900, 1900 and 2100 MHz UMTS/HSDPA/HSUPA, not the 1700/2100 T-Mobile USA requires.

Jun 3, 2010

Gigabyte M8000X Gaming Mouse Debuts for Professionals

Yes, there are people out there that play video games for fun, and still there are others that play for money. Lots of money, actually. It’s a pretty lucrative business decision, if you’ve got the chops to cut it against the cut-throat adversaries out there. Luckily enough, there are companies like Gigabyte out there who care enough to produce peripherals for the gaming elite, and that’s why the Gigabyte M8000X is so special: it’s got features to make any professional gamer out there a happy camper.[slashgear]

May 27, 2010

RAmos W7 Android MID Shipped

RAmos has begun shipping their latest Android MID, the W7. Introduced back in September last year, the W7 offers a 4.8-inch 800 x 480 capacitive touchscreen display, a 600MHz Rockchip RK2808 chipset, a 128MB RAM, an 8GB of storage, 720p HD video playback support, WiFi, 3G (optional), a 1500 mAh battery and runs on Android 1.5 OS. The RAmos W7 Android MID retails for 999 Yuan (about $146). [RAmos via Zol]

HANNSsoccer 28 TV

The HANNSsoccer 28 TV from Hannspree is a must-have for the 2010 FIFA World Cup. It is a 27.5-inch 1080p Full HDTV (1920 x 1200) with an integrated Freeview tuner, a 10.000:1 of contrast ratio and a 170° / 160° of viewing angle. The HANNSsoccer 28 TV also features a couple of 10 Watts speakers, two HDMI ports, Composite, VGA and a sleep timer. You can buy the HANNSsoccer 28 TV for around $600 each. [Hannspree]

May 20, 2010

iPod Touch With Camera Leaked

Vietnam-based website Tinhte has managed to get the first picture and video of the next generation iPod Touch. According to them, the device will sport a 2-megapixel camera and a 64GB of storage space. Unfortunately, it’s only a prototype at this stage, as you could see it has a DVT-1 (Design Verification Test 1) label on the back, meaning it’s an early design verification test unit in the evolution of product testing. Watch the video after the break.

Amazon Sells Philips GoGear CAM MP3 Player For $89.99

The Philips GoGear CAM MP3 player is now available in the US market via Amazon for just $89.99 each. As a reminder, the Philips GoGear CAM has an integrated camera for snapshots and video recording, a 2-inch full color display for smooth and intuitive navigation, and a Composite TV-out. The 8GB Philips GoGear Cam holds up to 1800 songs, 2000 photos, or 32 hours of video. In addition, the player’s storage capacity is upgradable via a microSD card slot. The 8GB Philips GoGear CAM MP3 player is backed by a limited 90-day warranty. [Amazon]

May 17, 2010

Sony Mercury-Free Mini Alkaline Battery

Here is good news for those who are concerned about environmental issues. Sony today introduced five new Mercury-Free (0%) Mini Alkaline batteries that will be launched in August 2010. These “green” batteries are specially designed for everyday applications, such as watches, calculators, toys and portable game consoles. Unfortunately, there is no further info about the pricing of these environmental friendly batteries. [Sony Insider]

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