Want to pump up your hormones and look out for something overly manly on your wrist? St. Dupont’s ‘service without fail’ RAID watches are a must have if that’s you. These watches have been inspired by the special French Police section know as RAID
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The latest rumor to develop over the upcoming Zune HD reincarnation is about the 16GB version of the new Microsoft portable media player. Its been said that an engineer from Microsoft has leaked pricing info that the 16GB Zune HD will cost in the range of $250 and $280.
The new popular upcoming “Tony Hawk: Ride” game as well as its expensive motion sensing skateboard controller was first confused to be an Xbox 360 only exclusive deal. But as things stand at this point, officials from Activision have confirmed that the skater game will be multiplatform and will be available to the PS3, Xbox 360 and Wii.
Pentax has announced and confirmed the launch of their new mid-range DSLR camera. Known as the Pentax K-7, its expected to arrive us in the UK by end of June. With several new user-friendly features, including video recording, high dynamic range (HDR), and automatic horizon correction, Pentax looks to compete with the likes of Nikon D5000 however the K-7 will be more expensive than both similarly specced cameras from Canon and Nikon in the UK.
The new DSLR will feature a 14.6-megapixel sensor, ISO 100 to ISO 6400 settings and the company’s PRIME II imaging engine, an upgrade of the original PRIME. Continuous shooting gives a nice 5.2 images per second, like most new DSLRs, the K-7 too has “Live View” as well as video recording mode.
Justin Yu from CNET gets hands on and quickly reviews the new Mac Mini which Apple released just earlier on this month. Yes, the new Mac Mini may be eco-friendly, with new Nvidia G9400M graphics and iLife 09 on board but as always Apple products tend to be abit on the expensive side, so what’s the verdict? Check out the video after the jump…
I suppose the title could also be called rich people furnitures too. Do you have a laptop and often like to do your work on it while sitting in front of your tv? Well now you don’t need to make it so complicated. No more dragging the laptop out into the lounge and run out of battery after a few hours, then to find yourself looking for the laptop power adapter. Because the Athena Multimedia Sofa will take care of all of that, it’s got its own built in pc. The designer Artanova hasn’t given any specs, but from what it looks like, the display should have touch capability. The luxury though does come at an eye-popping price of approx. $15,436, which seems like a bit over the top in these hard times – so the PC in this sofa better be a quiet one, if not that would be quite annoying!