Samsung released MM-T8 the USB Host compact Hi-Fi in Korea. The main feature of this MM-T8 is the USB Host port which will allows you to play any Mp3 files from storage device such as USB flash drive, External HDD Drive, Digital Camera or Mp3 player.
Sigma comes out a special USB hub by adding audio capabilities to the mix. It features three USB 2.0 ports, includes jacks for headphone, speakers, and a microphone, along with a button which you can switch them to headset or speaker. If you want to listen from speaker while listening from head phone just push the button on the top of hub. The hub measure 88×46×17mm weighs 45g and is available end of July for approximately $25. The3 ports USB 2.0 Hub is compatible with OS Windows 98 SE/Me/2000/XP.
James Clar’s Voltron designed five audio interactive light meters with full color animations which can play according to sound levels. Each of the five pieces has its own sensitivity setting that allows the user to control how fast each animation plays per physical piece. Video after the jump…
Logitech Hi-Def webcam featuring camera has a 1.3 megapixel sensor supporting widescreen Hi-Def video (probably in 720p format), which is double the detail you’d get from most webcams. Besides that, it also uses an extra-large precision-engineered glass lens with a low f-stop setting, that can increases the amount of light entering the camera and then focuses it expertly in order to bang out razor-sharp images. Most webcams use plastic lenses. The QuickCam Ultra Vision is plan to be out in August and pricing is about $182.
The Mu-Bot, it is a mini robot-like accessory for the iPod or any device with a standard headphone jack by Sega Toys. Its “hands serve as ear phones and the cord can be reeled inside the bot’s tiny body”. Expected price for Mu-Bot $21 when it is released on December.
FarCry case mod by Zero_Limits comes out with an AMD Athlon 64 3500+ processor, 2×512mb of Muskin RAM, a Leadtek 6800GT graphics card, Seagate 200GB SATA HDD, Seagate 300GB SATA2 HDD, and a WD Raptor 74GB HDD. Dangerden TDX A64, Dangerden NV-68, Black ice xflo 2, and a Swiftech MPC 650 are used for cooling.
The spa lights, a light which give a soft golden glow to the bathroom without the worry that you may set fire to your loofah using candles. The spa lights come with a clever sucker thingy which will stick to the side of your bath even underwater encasing your body in a soothing mellow yellow glow. With the spa lights floating capability and a bamboo bathmat you can conjure up the mood of the orient and indulge in all your fantasies. Beside that, they can be stuck to the wall tiles to create a luxurious ambience.
Big Eye Arney, a CCTV-like camera that streams images to your mobile phone upon request. Just dial Big Eye Arney’s phone number, and whatever’s in the camera’s field of visions is instantly streamed to your 3G phone. Good for office use, checking up on employees and other security purpose. Beside office security, we can also use it for home, monitoring kids or pets. More pictures…
The Soundwalk Speaker Harness. This body harness keeps a pair of small amplified speakers at shoulder level to give you that hands-free ‘surround sound experience’ from your audio player. It is good for those who like cycling, running, outdoor activities or otherwise hand-busy which you need your hands for other things, there’s even a space for you to keep your mobile phone. It will cost you around $73 for imported one.
Lopez Revol designer has design a wristband and a pair of rings called Icon. The wrist band has a duo chromatic OLED Display which shows SMS, incoming calls alert. It can also be use as a watch or show some dynamic graphic. The wrist band is made from rubber; it is interchangeable, with colors and sizes. The rings are specially made for thumb, also from rubber which is flexible to fit into any thumb. The have a line which can glow to tell user that there is incoming calls or sms. Both of this product connect to the 7280 phone (exclusively) via Bluetooth.
[via Yanko Design]