You may call it the G2 or the HTC Magic, the new T-Mobile myTouch 3G is essentially the US T-Mobile equivalent of Vodafone HTC Magic which have here in the UK. The specs are largely similar too, the T-Mobile myTouch features a 3.2-inch HVGA touch-screen display and virtual keyboard.
The myTouch also features a 3.2-megapixel camera, a music player with a pre-installed 4GB microSD memory card, and enhanced video capabilities to make it easy for users to record and share pictures and videos, whether via e-mail, MMS or one-click upload to sites such as YouTube and Picasa.
Casio’s latest EX-H10 is another one of those megazoom cameras with incredible functionalities such as the ability to take HD movies (720p HD at 24fps).
To begin retailing around mid-July, the $299.99 12-megapixel camera is fronted by a wide-angle 24mm lens with a 10x zoom with CCD-shift image stabilization in a body that’s 0.96 inch thick and weighs only 5.8 ounces.
Beanaware is the latest concept by Heinz, which is a USB powered baked beans microwave oven. There are many different USB gadgets on the market, Beanaware is probably one of the coolest we’ve seen so far. It will be the world’s smallest microwave, measuring only 7.4 inches tall, 2.6 inches wide and 5.9 inches deep.
Heinz is considering producing a battery powered version and with Lithium Ion batteries. If consumers’ feedbacks are good, Beanaware will be put it into production. The recommended retail price will be around $160.
The clever people at iFixit are getting really good at this! Palm Pre and its new innovative charging kit, the Touchstone hasn’t been out officially for too long and yet when it arrived into the hands of the iFixit team, it was doomed to be dissected and disasembled (in a safe way though).
There are plenty of pictures at the source link below, we’ve picked out some of the main highlights for you to check out.
The last time I bought a hand winding / crankable flashlight torch, it didn’t offer much in the way of solar charging or mobile phone charging ports. However this hand winding solar LED lantern does all that.
This solar LED lantern doesn’t require any batteries, perfect for those who care about the environment. Equipped with solar panels, a full charge takes about six hours, while it does offer various LED modes, we’re concerned about how long its charge will last. For those interested in charging mobile phones using it, an additional $5 will get you its connector kit which charges major phone maker brands.
Having recently talked about Current Cost’s latest energy efficiency monitor system, the ENVI, we’d just like to post some photos of the one which we received just before the weekend. If you’re from the UK, you will know that our government highly recommends the use of monitors like these in every household. Though the ENVI only monitors electricity and not a combination of both power and gas, we’re keen on testing it out over the next few days and provide you with some of our thoughts on what its like.
This is definitely the world’s first. The Spanish technology company iUnika announced last week a series of lightweight and eco-friendly netbooks. While it must be admitted that these are not suited for those keen on gaming, the GYY netbooks would just about do everything else the average user requires.
To hit the European market this summer, in June. The netbooks come with a low energy demanding 400MHz CPU, 128MB of RAM, an 8-inch screen a max resolution of 800×400 and a 64GB SSD drive. Although the iUnika GYY netbooks don’t seem to be capable of pushing out much juice, one thing is for sure, it does have quite a large capacity of memory for a netbook.