Archive for June, 2006
D-Links launch a new security camera with 3G service called Securicam DCS-2120 to keep an eye on burglars and other unwanted trespasser. With this security cameras you will be to see what is going on at your home or office at anywhere via you 3G-equipped mobile phone or PDA. Besides that, the camera also has its own CPU and web server which you can access from any web browser, as well as built-in 802.11g for additional networking options, including using multiple cameras. It has a standard specs with a 640 x480 resolution and it captures “up to” 30 frames per second. Announced by D-Links press release that this camera will be launch in U.K sometime in July for £179.97, but it looks like its already on sale over here for about $300 US.
Philips SA1200 is a portable media has released to appeal to the average music listeners everywhere. Nothing to spectacular or fancy about this one, its play music. This SA1200 is powered by AAA battery, includes a small LCD screen and can playback MP3, WMA and Wav and also record audio with an integrated mic. Philips SA1200 is out for selling at some places for $65 or so and it comes with 512 MB and 1GB Flavors.
The US2 which stands for UltraSlim 2, comes in 1, 2, and 4GB varieties flash memory and packs a 1.5-inch OLED color screen along with some SRS WoW sound enhancement for good measure. The caps-obsessed mobiBLU are the latest in the long line of the companies taking dead aim at the nano with their latest audio player, the US2, which actually manages to shave a few milimeters off than the size of Apples diminutive scratch magnet. In addition to audio playback, the device also promises support for video and photos, as well as recording capabilities, although the specific formats beyond MP3 are not that clear. It looks like the US2 will land sometime in mid-July — although probably not as soon in North America but the pricing doesnt look to be readily available.
The Loc8tor is a device that can help you to find your key if you misplacing your car keys, your brief case, or your gym bag around the house or office. The device consists of a handheld base that directs you toward items that you have marked with Loc8tor tags. The tag is as long as a paper clip (pocket size), making them ideal to place on keychains or inside a jacket or bag, and it can be monitored by the base from a range of up to 600 feet. The tags also give off visual and audio signals, further simplifying the task of tracking down lost items. The manufacturer also sees applications ranging from pets to small children, so let your imagination run wild.
Pay only $259 you could get yourself a “World’s Smallest Color Wireless Camera” — measuring just 1″ x 1″, it can be concealed just about anywhere. It’s powered by a single 9V battery and runs for approx. 10 hours — transmitting all video to TV channel 59. I’m sure that the FBI the NSA or even MI6 have even smaller versions of cameras. However this is most likely the smallest color wireless camera readily available to consumers
Look at this cool waterproof finger print! Summers approaching fast, and Im sure you will be relieved to find out that you can authenticate yourself under water! Put your PC swimming pool, dip this fingerprint scanner in the water. In the deep of 1.3m of the swimming pool just swipe your finger on the sensor and there you go, youre into Windows!
LG VX8500 glossy black pearls of LG goodness, were now getting word that the Chocolate might make its first official US appearance in CDMA form as Verizons flagship phone. It’ll likely to be known, bears a strong resemblance to the original, but appears to lack the checkerboard keypad and trades a square d-pad for a circular, music-friendly design. Theres some rampant speculation that the VX8500 is slated for an October launch, but other than that, deets are sketchy.
Meet MDGRAPE-3, the super computer system that is made of 201 units equipped with 24 of RIKEN’s MDGRAPE-3 LSI chips for molecular dynamics simulation (total of 4,808 chips), which are connected to 64 parallel servers equipped with 256 of Intel’s Xeon 5000-series cores and 37 parallel servers equipped with 74 Xeon 3.2 GHz cores.
The MDGRAPE-3 (Protein Explorer) is designed to perform molecular dynamics simulations of such phenomena as non-bonding interactions between atoms. Japan’s Institute of Physical and Chemical Research (Riken), SGI Japan and Intel announced the development of a supercomputer with a theoretical peak performance of 1 petaflops (one million billion floating point operations per second).
This 30GB portable media player boasts a gorgeous 480 x 272 resolution, 4.3-inch LCD display and weighs just 260g. Other features include, 32mW per channel sound output with Wolfson 3D sound enhancement technology, Bluetooth, direct AV recording using its internal MPEG4 encoder, and USB OTG (On-the-go). That’s not all, this player supports MPEG 1/2/4, DivX 3.X/4.X5.X, Svid, WMV9, H.264, AVI, OGM, WMV 7, 8, MOV and RealVideo formats.
At USD108, this Hello Kitty MP3 player comes with 256MB of memory, special edition headphones, USB cable, battery charger, and a carrying case. The volume control/song shuttle are the two buttons found on the feet, power/play button (left hand), and the hold button (right hand). It measures 56 x 35 x 20mm and weighs in at 26g. Available Juy 7th in Japan.