September 13, 2012
TDK has a new Wireless Speaker that charges while in play. With its built-in Bluetooth v2.1 technology and "weatherized" design, it is compatible with Qi devices, and features 4 full range left and right speakers and ported subwoofer. With both a USB port for charging and 3.5mm stereo auxiliary input, it comes with AC adapter and runs on rechargeable battery for up to 6 hours of play. TDK's signature sound will set you back $399.95.
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September 12, 2012
Once you plug the Dune HD Connect into your TV, you get smart TV access. Supporting most digital formats, it gives an HD 1080p quality picture and can connect to the interweb as well as apps. The media player features both a microSD slot and USB port, and has an option of Z-Wave connectivity. Brought out at the recent IFA Show in Berlin, the planet's smallest player will also have a 3D version with built-in Blu-ray access. Look for their debut with pricing details later this year.
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September 11, 2012
Marshall has been widely known for its amps and other electronics, and has decided to take on the digital radio market with the Hanwell. The active loudspeaker is compatible with almost every electronic device and has a vintage look with on/off switch, volume and tone knobs, and curled cord. No price or availability date as yet but look for them around the holidays.
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September 10, 2012
If you buy into the new Nokia Lumia 820 and 920 smartphones, then you may want to add their Purity Pro wireless headset to go with one of them. A simple touch or Bluetooth syncs it with one of the smartphones. Available in red, yellow, black or white, the Monster driven headphones will be debut during the fourth quarter of 2012 at a price of around $376.00.
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September 7, 2012
Audyssey's Lower East Side Speakers claim to be the first to have both 3.5mm line and digital optical audio inputs. Usable with almost any electronic device, their Smart Speaker technology manages to produce a decent sound with little distortion. The bookshelf speakers have a frequency response of 20Hz to 20kHz and a 92 dB audio sensitivity.
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September 6, 2012
Digital Storm claims that their x17E is the speediest gaming notebook on the planet. With a 17" 1080p display, it is available with either NVIDIA's GTX 680M or AMD's Radeon 7970M GPUs. Add to that up to 32 GB RAM memory, an Intel Core i7 3920XM, USB 3.0 port, eSATA connection and 9-in-1 memory card reader. Due out the end of September, expect a $2,453.00 price tag.
Via Digital Storm
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September 5, 2012
For those who snack while they work, Logitech has developed a Washable Keyboard. The K310 can still work after being submerged in up to 11" of water. It features two holes for drainage on the back and has UV-coated, laser printed keys that will not fade. Plug into a USB port and play with no extra software needed. The keyboard is pretty much standard with 12 shortcut hotkeys, always a nice bonus.
Via Logitech Keyboards
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September 4, 2012
Say hello to Sony's
little huge friend, the XBR-84X900. Their first 4K screen has a humongous 84" size that also features passive 3D and a 10-driver speaker system. The edge-lit LED-based LCD has 4 times more resolution than Full HD and produces 8 million individual pixels with a 3840 x 2160 resolution. Price and availability not available at this time, but expect to spend some bucks to get this one.
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September 3, 2012
We are a bit late this week, nonetheless, take another look at our Round Up for August.
PC to TV A/V Streaming
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Jabra's new Solemate portable speaker can connect wirelessly through Bluetooth 3.0, USB or a 3.5mm input, with a cable tucked neatly inside its rubber base. With 3 speakers and two tweeters, the device can also double as a speakerphone with built-in mic. Teamed with ClubCreate, users can create and share tunes legally. In black or white, the Solemate only needs 2.5 hours to fully charge and offers 10 hours of playback.
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