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Skyguard Defense System

December 3rd, 2007


The thing you see on the image is the laser-based (directed energy) defense system developed by Northrop Grumman called Skyguard. Skyguard provides a counter against enemy short- and long-range rockets, short-range ballistic missiles, artillery projectiles, mortars, unmanned aerial vehicles and cruise missiles. Video after the jump. Read more…

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Edo Competition LP640 the Fastest Lamborghini

December 3rd, 2007

Edo Competition’s has modified the LP640 to the fastest Lamborghini ever. It is equipped with rear wing, reprogrammed ECU, high-flow air filters and high-performance catalytic converters. The engine has increased to 663 horsepower. According to the GPS-based measuring system used on all the cars at the Nardo high-speed event, Edo’s Lamborghini has achieved a top speed of 214.8 mph. Video after the jump. Read more…

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Exploded Frozen Pictures

December 2nd, 2007


That Amazing! The picture was taken by the well-known photographer in Europe for his work with Nike, Holger Pooten. He has taken few frozen exploded pictures ~ the fax machine, robot cat and the case with orchids, you can check them out after the jump. Wondered how he took those pictures. Read more…

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CECT C2000+I with Solar Battery

December 2nd, 2007

If you are a forgetful person who often forgot to charge your phone, I suggest you get this, the CECT C2000+I as it comes with a solar battery. So if your battery is weak, just look for the sun. Isn’t that cool? It runs on GSM 900 / 1800 Mhz network and comes with a 3.0-inch display, 1.3-mepapixel camera, Bluetooth, dual SIM slot, microSD slot and support MP3 and MP4 playback. The CECT C2000+I solar phone is available for $176. More pictures after the jump. Read more…

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Spinning Match in the Glass

December 2nd, 2007


In the glass, there are two coins and one match put in balance on one standing coin. So how do you make the match spinning without touching the glass? It’s an old trick, check it out after the jump. Read more…

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DSVision for Nintendo DS

December 1st, 2007

Nintendo DS like is getting more stuff and you can use it for many other things beside playing games, such as watching TV, as a browser and now a media device. Dai Nippon Printing Japan has partnered with AM3 to develop the DSVision which allows users to watch movies, read books and even get Manga on the DS. It will be on PC platform and will include a Micro SD cartridge for the DS and a USB reader for the PC. It’s pretty simple ~ purchase content from the site, download to PC, transfer to microSD card and pop the cartridge in the DS and you are ready to enjoy it. A 2GB size microSD card will keep 16 movies or 25 comics or 4000 books. Read more…

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Tongue Bottle Opener

December 1st, 2007

You can use tongue to open bottles. It’s true, that’s by getting this Tongue shape Bottle opener. It not only open the bottle for you but it makes sound too whenever you open a bottle. The Tongue is powered by 3x ‘AG13’ Batteries and it’s available for about 10 bucks.

[via Nerd approved]

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Die Ying M9

December 1st, 2007

This will be the weirdest phone ever seen, the Die Ying M9. It runs on GSM 900 / 1800 Mhz network and comes with a 2.6-inch QVGA screen display, 1.0-megapixel camera, microSD slot and support MP3 and MP4 playback. The *0# key is located at the side instead of bottom while the menu and answer keys are located on the left with a butterfly design and the navigation keys are located on the right. Dying Die Ying M9 is available for $112.

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Samsung B2B client monitor – SyncMaster 220TN

December 1st, 2007

Samsung Electronics has released the B2B client solution ‘SyncMaster 220TN’ monitor in Korea. This monitor will support the multi video conference call with built-in PC, 2M webcam, array MIC and speaker. SyncMaster 220TN comes with a refresh rate, 1680 x 1050 resolution, four USB ports, and an embedded V2oIP(Voice and Video over IP) which enable you to make voice and video calls without the help of a running PC. More pictures after the jump. Read more…

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USB to SATA/ESATA with 5 USB Ports Combo Hub

December 1st, 2007

Some of us like all things in one, maybe it’s because convenient. Here’s one, USB to SATA/ESATA that will turns any SATA or eSATA mass storage device into a convenient external USB 2.0 High-Speed drive. The adapter also doubles up as a USB hub with 5 ports. The adapter is compatible with 2.5″ and 3.5″ SATA hard drives, SATA CD/DVD drives and eSATA drive enclosures. The USB to SATA/ESATA with 5 USB Ports Combo Hub is available for $33 at Brando.

[via Ubergizmo]

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