Archive

Archive for January, 2008

Tiffany and Co. edition phone costs $94K

January 31st, 2008


Tiffany & Co. has partnered up with Softbank Mobile to released this bling bling phone that costs about $94K (that is US dollar not Yen, convert to Yen will be ¥10 million). It comes with 400 diamonds on it which totals about 20 carats. $94K, I rather get a car or house. Just wait, it’s coming on February.

[via Tokyo Mango]

Author:

Western Digital My Passport Essential portable drives

January 31st, 2008


Western Digital has launched its new My Passport Essential drives codenamed WDME3200TN. This portable drive hard drive is available in 160GB, 250GB and 320GB choices and comes with WD Sync for easy Windows backup and 128-bit encryption. The Western Digital – My Passport Essential portable drive is priced at one cent to $200 for the 320GB. Read more…

Author:

Alienware Area-51 m17x Notebook

January 31st, 2008


This is the Alienware Area-51 m17x notebook. It is powered by Intel Core 2 Duo Extreme processors and comes with NVIDIA GeForce 8800M GTX graphics card, three hard drives with SmartBay, an LED-illuminated keyboard, and 1080p video and HD audio support. More pictures after the jump. Read more…

Author:

Video Preview: Wii Fit

January 31st, 2008


Nintendo Wii is the healthy game console, which will make your body moving while playing games. Still remember about the Wii Fit? In Wii Fit, family and friends will have fun getting a ‘core’ workout, competing their results and progress on a new channel on the Wii Menu. Video after the jump. Read more…

Author:

Kenwood MGR-A7 PCM Voice Recorder

January 31st, 2008


Here’s the Kenwood first released digital PCM recorder. It has 2GB of storage and support SDHC card. It features the Wolfson WM8985 digital amplifier and has 12.5h continuous recording in PCM or 19h in both MP3 and WMA modes. Pricing and availability has not been released.
Read more…

Author:

ShakeSMS for Nokia

January 31st, 2008


It’s cool right if you can shake your phone to read text message. It is as intuitive as swiping your finger across the screen to unlock it. Yes, there’s a new application for Nokia phone called ShakeSMS that allows you to shake shake your Nokia to view incoming SMS, shake it again will bring you to home screen in keylocked. It only works on Nokia phone that comes with Accelerometers. Video after the jump. Read more…

Author:

Australian Monster Motorbike from Hell

January 31st, 2008

Yeeha! Hope one day I got a chance to see this live. They called this the Australian monster motorbike from hell. It is build by Ray Baumann, he claims that it is much safer riding this monster crushing cars than it was to jump them on a much smaller machine. The monster weighs 130 tons and standing 10 feet tall and there’s no suspension at all, so don’t fall from the bike, also don’t let the bike fall on you. The frame comes in upside-down ladder design, with wheels and tires from Caterpillar. And last, the monster is powered by a Detroit Diesel engine mated with a 6-speed Allison automatic transmission. More pictures after the jump. Read more…

Author:

2day's How-To: Make A Self Powered Flashlight

January 31st, 2008


Here’s a video from MacGyver, showing you how to make a solar-powered LED flash light. Making use of the light to the solar panel as well as finding your stuff in dark. Video after the jump. Read more…

Author:

Pancakes for your Face

January 31st, 2008


It is a funny video by James Provan about making pancakes and someone stealing pancakes. It’s another awesome stop motion video. The video was edited using Final Cut Studio, captured using Canon 350D still camera (90% of footage) and a Panasonic DVX 100b video camera (10% footage) and the music was written in Logic Studio. If you want to make those pancakes, you can head to www.welovepancakes.com. Video after the jump. Read more…

Author:

Super Lego Mario

January 31st, 2008


Here are some awesome stop motion videos uploaded by Youtuber “Michael Hickox”. The video is about when Lego joined the Super Mario game. Apparently, it is a stop motion animation. Good work. Videos after the jump. Read more…

Author: