Archive for April, 2009

Cute Egg Shaped Digital Photo Frame

April 30th, 2009 2 comments

Mother’s Day is coming soon. Are you out of ideas? Meet the Photo-egg. It is a cute egg shaped digital photo frame that is a safe bet as a gift.

Cute Egg Shaped Digital Photo Frame

Cute Egg Shaped Digital Photo Frame

Upload your family pictures that remind you of those wonderful moments. The Photo-Egg is small enough to be portable and can be left at the office or simply moved around in the house.

The Egg Shaped photo frame can also function as a digital alarm clock.

You can also choose up to 7 different colors: Blue, White, Red, Green, Black, Orange, Pink, as well as Mixed-Color.

It doesn’t hatch chickens though.

Photo Egg – Cute Egg Shaped Digital Photo Frame, Lovely Mother’s Day Gift Choice and Best Decoration!


  • Display photos manually with your full control
  • Full function digital photo frame
  • Automatically adjusts the picture size and starts slide show
  • Electronic clock with alarm

iPhone 4G With Unibody Design

April 30th, 2009 No comments

The excitement for the forthcoming iPhone 4G is roaring. Rumor has it that the iPhone 4G will feature unibody design following the recent MacBooks. Unibody is made of hard Aluminum and provides more durability.

Here is a concept picture of the iPhone 4G. Let us know what you think. You want one?

iPhone 4G With Unibody Design

iPhone 4G With Unibody Design

This is our iPhone 4G wish list / rumor. We really hope Apple delivers on these.

  • Higher Resolution Camera with Video Mode.
  • Turn By Turn True GPS
  • OLED Screen
  • UniBody Design
  • iChat Front Face Camera
  • Haptic Technology (the touch screen will be raised in text mode for tactile feel)
  • Long Lasting Battery
  • Faster Processor
  • More Disk Space
  • FLASH and JAVA Support

Sanyo short throw projector displays 1920×1200 image from 2 feet away

April 29th, 2009 2 comments

Sanyo projector displays 1920×1200

This is Sanyo’s new projector.  It uses mirrors, lenses, and lasers (lasers!) to throw a 100 inch 1920×1080 image.  At a distance of 2 feet.  No more needing a concert hall to get a decent size projector image.  You could back this thing up almost against the wall with no loss of size (and size does matter, boys and girls – at least in the world of projection TVs).  Unfortunately, Sanyo is planning to use this for boring stuff like billboards and conferences, and it’ll be a bit before commercial units come out.  But the tech may make it into home theatres eventually.  And that would be awesome.

via TechOn

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Universal Audio UAD-2

April 29th, 2009 No comments
The UAD-2 is the ultimate sonic upgrade for your DAW.  I added one of these cards to my DAW and coming from a UAD-1, I was truely amazed by the power.


I can run so many instances of the plug-ins that I don’ t even know how I ever coped with just a UAD-1.  Below are some of the specs for these new cards:

  • Auto-Delay Compensation for Pro Tools LE via Mellowmuse ATA
  • LiveTrack Low-latency live monitoring/tracking mode
  • Use up to 4 UAD-2’s and 4 UAD-1’s in one system
  • PCIe 1x format


iPhone 4G With Front Camera Multi-Way Video

April 29th, 2009 3 comments

The iPhone 4G is rumored to have a built in front camera embedded inside the touch screen so the other person on the line can see you as if you were talking face to face. Here is a mock up design of the iPhone 4G with the MacBook Air inspired asthetics.

iPhone 4G With Front Camera Multi-Way Video

iPhone 4G With Front Camera Multi-Way Video

The technical challenge for Apple and AT&T (the cellular carrier and possibly Verizon), however, is how they plan to support the 2 way video bandwidth on a 3G network.

AT&T recently announced that they are planning to double the speed of their 3G network so this multi-way video and audio conferencing on your iPhone may very well be true.

Thanks Rodolphe Desmare for the art.

Philips Cinema 21:9 LCD TV shows true movie format

April 28th, 2009 No comments

I absolutely hate hate hate hate those black bars above/below my movies when I watch at home. The whole point of getting a big screen LCD or plasma TV is to replicate the movie experience. You don’t see those silly bars in the theatres now do you? Well Philips hears your pain. And they have produced this gorgeous beauty.

Philips Cinema 21:9

Philips Cinema 21:9

This is the Philips Cinema 21:9 LCD TV. It is the first truly cinematic screen tv, meaning that it reproduces exactly the screen dimensions of your local cineplex. It is full HD, meaning 2560×1080, not this 1920×1200 junk you’re used to in the standard 16:9 format. It is also equipped with Philips’ Ambilight technology to set the proper mood when you’re watching your porn…er I mean art flick. Built in cable tuners capable of showing 1080p signals. Wi-Fi enabled, so you can watch Hulu and YouTube and the like. DLNA certified, so you can stream video from your PC. Man, with this baby, why would you ever leave your couch?

Downsides? Unfortunately, only available in Europe. Black bars on the sides instead of the top/bottom when you’re watching TV. And not out yet. Oh well – I’ll have to pick one up for the pad in Barcelona next time I’m on the Continent….

Cardok PopUp Is The Coolest Garage

April 28th, 2009 No comments
CarDok Garage

CarDok Garage

The Cardok PopUp Garage takes the phrase “Keepin Up With The Jones” to a whole new level! The garage hides your car under ground using an elevator like mechanism. It is driven by a hydraulic platform which can be hidden under a water feature, flowerbed, or even a second car. You can activate it using your electronic key fob. So far, only eight have been built in London and are growing with popular demand.

CarDok Garage

CarDok Garage

They don’t come cheap though. First you h ave to be on waiting the list which is currently four months long. It takes 10 weeks to build and will cost you up to $61,181 depending your customization. Add another car ontop and it will be $72,816 (50,000 pounds).

Don’t just watch James Bond movies. Live like him.

Via Born Rich