Porsche last week revealed their new and even sportier 2010 911 GT3 RS. Loaded with plenty of upgraded features compared to the GT3, including a 450hp 3.8L flat-6 engine, the new GT3 RS also boasts yet unwrapped technology – a purpose-built PASM (Porsche Active Suspension Management), and an optional lithium-ion battery that saves 22 pounds over the standard unit.
Logitech has confirmed the launch of their new game racing wheel, the G27. Targeting both PC and PS3 platforms features of the G27 include a powerful, dual-motor force feedback mechanism which will deliver high-fidelity force effects smoothly and accurately.
As an outdoor person, we were most delighted to be given a chance to try out this new USB GPS travel logger by i-gotU. For those not familiar with what a GPS logger actually does, by attaching this tiny gadget to a backpack or just pocket it after turning it on, we will then be able to add GPS to keep a record or show others when and where we have been to together with details like the exact longtitude and latitude, speed, altitude, etc. To make sharing the details mentioned above even more easier, i-gotU comes with an extremely easy to use “@trip PC” (linked to www.a-trip.com account) software which functions as a data import client quickly allowing you to manage,geotag and share your recent trips onto blogs as well as photosharing sites such as Flickr and Picasa. Continue reading »
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Gorilla Cases from Berlin sent us their new Gorilla Tube carbon fiber iPhone case recently for a review. For those of you who have been interested in accessorising your iPhone 3G or new iPhone 3GS the luxury way, I am sure you will have had a look at the carbon fiber and natural fiber cases available at the Gorilla Cases online shop at some point, we hope this quick review may give a better idea on whether this is something that would suit you. Continue reading »
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The first Android phone with flash support has been unveiled. A true iPhone killer this time? Known as the HTC Hero, it is a phone which has been speculated with images leaked previously, now officially revealed and pictured below.
The new open source Android based HTC Hero sports a 3.2-inch HVGA (480×320) screen, a five megapixel camera with autofocus, AGPS, digital compass, gravity sensor, 3.5mm headphone jack and a dedicated search button. On the inside lies 512MB of storage, expandable by microSD, 288MB of RAM, and a 528MHz Qualcomm processor.