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Posted on Feb 3 2008 - 3:30pm by Richard Sharp
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Sandisk have launched a 32 giga byte (GB) sd card that will run in specific video cameras that feature Ultra II SDHC technology. The 32 GB version will be released in April and will retail for $350. The astonishing capacity of memory cards are increasing by the month and I am sure the technology will eventually be available for other products such as laptops. Technology is moving quickly so be sure to sign up to our rss feed so you can have news delivered to you email address free every day. Update:  Play.com have this card at an amazing...

The bath-o-matic is an automated bath filling system that can be contolled at the flick of a swith! It a bathing dream come true. The bathomatic fills the bath to the level you specify but that’s not all! It heats it to the temperature you want and will even add bubble bath, lavender oil, orange or ylang ylang to the water! This is the sort of household automation that all houses must have in the future. However, the bathomatic currently carries a $8000 price tag so is probably not for everyone! ...

The Sony TZ notebook has just been given the designers touch with four new case designs. The designs are fresh and modern and fits in line with the high spec of the TZ series. This sub notebook has an 11.1 inch x-black screen and a whole host of features starting from £1499. ...

NEC have designed a new smart phone that has a completely liquid battery, they kind of resemble a plastic lighter but in a cool way. Specifications are currently unknown, although this has not stopped people speculating all over the internet, we will wait until it has been confirmed before we tell you! ...

Posted on Jan 28 2008 - 9:44pm by Richard Sharp
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Lego has been the toy of choice for 50 years now and it is still going strong. The beauty of Lego is that it is virtually indestructible and has so many uses! I remember making cars, houses, space ships, guns and a whole host of other things from a small bucket full of bricks. ...

The flying stick digital camera has landed, or should that be taken off? The flying camera uses kinetic energy produced by rubbing the stalk between your hands and letting go. When the energy has been used it simply twirls back towards the ground safely. Whilst the camera is in the air it uses face recognition technology to make sure it is capturing the action as it happens. This is a quirky gadget which really is more of a toy than a digital camera, but hey fun is fun! ...

  White Playstation 3 to launch in the US The sony ps3 will launch in the USA soon according to the fcc website who have shown pictures of the console along side a user manual. The latest addition to the ps3 range will more then likely be the popular 40 GB version. The PS3 will become the latest console to go white along side the Nintendo wii, x box 360 and other handheld gaming machines. In our opinion black is the new black but are also sure the white ps3 will be a welcome addition to the sony range. Watch this space!     ...

 The macbook air is here, We thought we would bring you the full specs in one place. Look out for the review over the next week or so.  The crowds were wowed by the unveiling of the macbook air and it is easy to see why. Apple has packed a great deal of technology in a small space (the macbook air is the worlds thinnest laptop).   “We’ve built the world’s thinnest notebook — without sacrificing a full-size keyboard or a full-size 13-inch display”, said Steve Jobs, Apple’s CEO. “When you first see MacBook Air, it’s...

Digital cowboy have designed and launched an innovative laptop cooling platform/rest that has some awesome cooling power. The digital cowboy CRF-102 cooler has a 22 cm fan that circulates at 600 rpm. The platform measures 30 cm x 27 cm x 2.5 cm and can tilt at an angle up to 15 degrees. This cooler retails at just 45 dollars in Japan so it should be a good price when it reaches Europe later this year. ...

Posted on Jan 9 2008 - 10:38pm by Richard Sharp
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Panasonic have launched a world beating 150 inch TV that quite simply is astonishing. Panasonic have managed to keep their flagship TV under wraps until now and it was well worth the wait.  The only problem with this TV is that almost every body in the world will not be able to afford this – we will just have to drool with envy! Specs: 2160×4096 pixel resolution 1080p support Price: ??????? ...