I might actually buy this thing.
Logitech’s Speaker Lapdesk N700 (USB powered) has a built-in fan to keep your crotch cool (unlike mine at the moment since I’m in the middle seat in coach on a Delta flight) and embedded speakers (two 2-inch speakers) to get your nether regions jumpin’. Oh, and it has a wide padded base!
Here it is, folks. The Nexus One.
We’ll keep this at a minimum for now and lay down the facts about what’s new with Android 2.1 and what you need to know about the hardware.
(More on Techland: Live: Google’s Android Press Event )
What we didn’t know about v2.1 of the Android OS revolves heavily around voice implementation. …
All the specs you need to know about the new Google phone:
$529 for the phone without a provider/contract
$179 for the phone with T-Mobile contract
Verizon service coming in Spring 2010
Vodaphone service coming to Europe in Spring 2010
Height: 119 mm
Width: 59.8 mm
Depth: 11.5 mm
Weight: 130 grams w/ battery, …
We’re coming to you live from Google’s Mountain View, CA, campus. What can we expect from today’s announcement? All signs point to the Nexus One.
Here’s what we know so far in terms of specs:
• Built by HTC
• Android 2.1
• 1GHz Snapdragon processor
• 3.7-inch AMOLED capacitive touch-screen (480×800)
Rarely, if ever, do I find memory cards exciting, but then again, not all memory card manufacturers are doing what Eye-Fi are currently doing. Makers of the first Wi-Fi SD cards have revealed the 8GB Pro X2 this morning. It’s $150, which is a heck of a lot for an SD card, but this one might actually be worth it.
It not only boasts …
Out of Lenovo’s entire crop of CES laptop offerings, the Skylight might be the neatest of the bunch. Wait. Did I just say that about a netbook? I did! The ARM-based 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon smartbook features a 10.1-inch display, full keyboard, up to 10 hours of battery life, weighs less than 2 lbs. and has built-in Wi-Fi and 3G. …
I wouldn’t typically waste my time writing about MP3 players, but Samsung’s IceTouch (YP-H1) and MyFit (YP-W1) warrant some attention albeit brief interest. CES wouldn’t be CES if Samsung didn’t announce a gaggle of “world’s firsts” and the IceTouch looks to be the tip of the iceberg. See what I did there?
With a 2-inch …
Another TV development drops in a week that promises to be chalk full of ‘em.
Skype announced that it’s bringing its service to HDTVs in 2010 with the help of partners Panasonic and LG. Skype software will come already embedded into Panasonic’s 2010 VIERA CAST-enabled HDTVs and LG’s new line of LCD and plasma HDTVs with NetCast …
ESPN just announced its plan to implement a 3D TV station – not a surprising move as the countdown toward this year’s “3D Polooza” themed CES is upon us.
The station will kick off with an inaugural broadcast of The South Africa-Mexico World Cup match on June 11, but now the big question is: Who will watch? I’m not sure sports …
What we have here are three HD streaming devices from Iomega that you can hook up to your TV to stream content over a home network. It’s not science of the rockets.
The ScreenPlay Director HD Media Player comes packed with a 1TB drive and full HD (1080p) playback at 24fps. It’s DivX Home Theater certified and supports other …
When other publications break embargo, the company whose product was prematurely announced should just release the info to everyone. That’s what a smart company would do, but not Lenovo. Case in point, the IdeaPad U1.
Here’s a rundown from Gizmodo about the $1000 hybrid multi-touch tablet and laptop, which ships in June.
E-reading company Skiff and mobile mogul Sprint (Skiff + Sprint = Skint? Spriff?) will roll out the new Skiff Reader during this week’s CES in Las Vegas.
So what’s so great about another e-reader? First, it’s thinner than other readers (.25 in.) and the flexible touch screen is the biggest for a reader so far at 11.5 in. (with a …