Nokia N86 With 8 Mega Pix CameraNokia's just announced the upcoming release of its first smartphone with a awesome camera. The N86 has an impressive 8 MP shooter with a wide angle lens. It's loaded with a 2.6” AMOLED screen, 8 GB of internal space, quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE plus tri-band UMTS, WiFi, and aGPS.

We don't have an exact date yet, but it's safe to say we'll see this new smartphone hit Nokia flagship stores between the end of July and the end of August. If the N86 looks like the mobile for you, I suggest you start saving your pennies now.

An unlocked brand new N86 is going to run you about $558 stateside.
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LG XF1 Multimedia Hard DriveWhat we have here is LG's first mobile multimedia hard drive - XF1. Measuring a 20.8mm in thickness, the XF1 features a gorgeous gloss-black finish with smooth curves, and internally, it has a 500GB and a codec decoder that only reads exclusively FAT32 and NTFS.

It's not as Mac-friendly as we would have hoped.
  • HDMI connector
  • power plug
  • composite AV output
  • mini-USB jack
  • WD TV HD
  • Video and sound codec compatibility (OGG Vobis)
  • AC3 for audio
  • Can playback MPEG-2, DivX and MPEG-4
  • HD resolutions up to 1080i
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Twilight Watch GadgetTwilight watch is meant to remind you of the miracle that is the sunrise. The face of the watch will slowly fade to black throughout the day and keep brightening back up again, it changes about every 20 seconds. It has two polarized disks that rotate to show this effect. Plus it’s made to be a little extra durable, for those that have the tendency to drop their watch in water or just forget to take it off before jumping into a pool. The watch can stay water resistant up to 100 feet under the water.

It’s not entirely waterproof so you will have to be a little extra careful. At least it does have some protection though. You can purchase it for $119.99 from Think Geek.
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Venturi Mini in-car sound system is for music lovers. Befitting the car cigarette lighter slot, it requires no installation. Just plug it and it’s ready to operate. Sporting OLED display coupled with mic, availing it is as easy as a pie. Storing and retrieving contact details through phonebook on display. It captures music through FM radio transmitter or from mobile phone or laptop via Bluetooth A2DP. With this music gadget, you can connect any audio device to the audio-in and audio-out slots. Self sufficing, it comes with a built-in charger. Charging other gadgets like your phone battery is done with USB charger that lies within Venturi Mini.

Considering the looks, with an ergonomic design that suits any car design. Onboard are buttons for calls, music control and roller for FM transmission. All in all, a perfect piece for all you music lovers on the go.
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Z520 Logitech SpeakersLogitech presenting Z520 speaker system for ease of operability and catering high end result. Producing a surround sound termed as 360-degree sound. It makes sure the sound reaches every corner of the room. With amplified two way design, this one is apt for all games, videos or music and assures mind-blowing music experience. Generating 26 watts power, it suffices sound requirements of a party and also induces clear sound for soothing music. It’s easy to configure for Laptop, PC and is cordial with XP, Vista and Mac O.S. Functioning well in frequency range of 70 Hz to 20 KHz.

It comes with a two year hardware warranty and a start guide. This dashing music system would cost you $129.99.
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Acer eMachines EZ1601-01 desktop PCAcer electronics presents an all-in-one desktop PC with multitudinous functionalities. eMachines EZ1601-01 desktop PC, this Intel powered gizmo operates on:
  • Atom N270 1.6 GHz processor
  • GMA 950 graphics
  • 160 GB hard disk
  • 1 GB RAM
  • 8xDVD burner
  • In-built speakers
  • Manifold media card reader
  • Five USB 2.0 ports
  • WiFi 802.11b/g
  • 18.5” LCD display screen
This useful desktop PC available in stunning black colour with great peripheral design costs $399.99.
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Asus T1 Series Monitor TvAsus has just announced their new T1 series TV monitors. Asus T1 monitors supports
  • Full HD resolution
  • 1920 x 1080 pixels
  • 20,000:1 contrast ratio
  • 5ms response time
  • 300cd/m2 brightness
  • Two 7-watt speakers
  • Built-in TV tuner
  • Digital and analog signaling.
The T1 series will be available in three different sizes: 21.5-inch, 23.6-inch and 27-inch.Read more on "Asus T1 Series Monitor Tv"!
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Sony Ericsson's AT&T C905a & 518a Mobile Phones
Sony Ericsson launches its two phones with AT&T carrier. The 8.1 megapixel C905 that we were so jazzed about in June of 2008 has indeed been certified for AT&T as the C905a Cyber-shot (left and center), offering the same 8.1 megapixel sensor, face detection, AutoFocus, Xenon flash, GPS tagging and 3G support. Sony Ericsson is also offering up the 518a Walkman (shown right) on the same carrier,

which features a 3.2 megapixel camera, an obsession with Facebook, Shake Control and OTA music downloads from Napster and eMusic via AT&T Music. Both sets will be available on July 19th for $179.99 and $49.99 (approx) with a two-year agreement.
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While previous reports said that the Asus Eee PC T91 Tablet Netbook will not be out until August, a U.S. online retailer is now listing the said product in their stock and ready for shipping. Asus is also planning the new T101H tablet, the company’s Eee PC T91 tablet netbook finally lands the US market. The 8.9-inch touchscreen netbook (T91SA-VU1X-BK) is now available from for US$499. The US model is powered by Intel Atom Z520,1GB RAM,16GB hard drive,8.9-inch 1024×600 LED-backlit touchscreen,WiFi 802.11b/g/n,Bluetooth and 0.3 Meagapixel webcam. Windows XP 20GB Eee StorageUp to 5 Hours of Battery Life.

What strikes you when you first catch eyes on the T91 is just how small it is. The model doesn’t have the curves that you see on the Seashell Eee PC range, the T91’s design is more ‘boxy’, but that doesn’t detract from the styling. We found the T91 to be very solidly built, with the hinge mechanism feeling quite sturdy, something that’s crucial for such a device. We noticed no creaking when pressing on the case and, despite its size; I felt that I could comfortably put the T91 into a bag without worrying about its fragility.

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USB Hub Thermometer & Card ReaderNow technology comes with USB hub with card reader and thermometer, it’s a 3-in-1 gadget featuring, a card reader supporting all of the latest memory card, 3- port USB 2 HUB, and Fahrenheit thermometer. This hub is very special hub as it can be rotated to 90 degree according to the convenience of the users. The card reader in it supports MS/SDHC/SD/M2 and MicroSD card.

It has a temperature meter which shows the temperature. This gadget is available in blue, green and black colour and it could be yours for $11.99.
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Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 6000MicroSoft presents Wireless Mobile Mouse 6000 with Bluetrack technology that enables it to run on any semi flat surface. Appearing with five buttons this Laptop Mouse proves very efficient and comes with USB receiver. The nano USB receiver when plugged in the USB port of the notebook just remains 1/4th of an inch outside the peripheral. Thus, one can carry the notebook with the USB receiver plugged in. The nano USB receiver when not in use can be kept in a space at the rear end of the mouse relieving you from losing it. Running on AA battery that lasts 10 months, the mouse epitomizes the ergonomic design hence being very useful for the techies. It has an operating range of 30 feet thus broadening your reach to the Laptop. With a rubber made grippy surface on the sides and a smoother one at the top, this light weighted mouse is convenient to operate. The tilting and smooth wheel ensures 4-way scrolling as the mouse proves wise at pointing and sensing the notebook screen.

With all these features to their latest Laptop mouse, Microsoft stands on their standard of fabricating worthy gadgets. It also boasts of On/Off switch to conserve energy by switching off this mouse when you don’t need it. This wonderful gizmo comes with a 3 year warranty. But you have to wait for the pricing details.
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office 2010The next version of Office moved a step closer to reality on Monday as Microsoft released an invitation-only technical preview of Office 2010. Also, it won't show off the program's biggest change--the addition of browser-based versions of Excel, PowerPoint, Word, and OneNote. Those so-called Office Web Applications are being demonstrated on Monday, but the technical preview of the Web apps won't come until later this year. For consumers, Microsoft plans to make the browser-based versions a free part of Windows Live next year, but hasn't decided whether they will include advertising.

The applications, which run in Safari, Firefox, and Internet Explorer, are aimed at both expanding the number of Office users within businesses as well as holding the ground threatened by Google Docs and other Web-based productivity programs. On the desktop side, Microsoft plans a broader beta of the software later this year, with a final release in the first half of 2010. Word gets a collection of cool image effects that stem from the DaVinci Imaging Engine that was part of Microsoft's now-discontinued Digital Image Suite product. Word, as well as the other programs, gets a new "paste preview" tool that lets users hover over different paste options and see what their paste will look like before accepting that selection. Excel gets a new feature called Spark lines, which are tiny graphs that can fit in a single cell of a spreadsheet. PowerPoint picks up video editing features as well as the ability to create a video of one's presentation, including voice annotations. The Outlook e-mail and calendar program adds a conversation view feature, a la Gmail.

Microsoft's feature goes further though, offering an "ignore thread" option which keeps a user from having to see a message string they are no longer interested in being a part of. It also has a "Mail Tips" feature that offers etiquette and security alerts before doing things as replying to a large group or sending a document outside the firewall. Microsoft has yet to announce pricing for any of the products.
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Nokia SurgeWe've known about Nokia's so-called Surge for months now. The Symbian S60-based smartphone is aimed squarely at social media freaks, boasting a full QWERTY keyboard, a browser with Flash support, a pre-installed Juice Caster app for easily updating your Facebook / Twitter status. For just $79.99 after rebate, you'll also get a 2 megapixel camera, AT&T Navigator, AT&T Video Share and the pleasure of handing over at least $30 per month for a required data plan.

But at long last, AT&T has done its duty by making things official. You can get yours on July 19th.
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LG Black Lable BL40We’re not sure if LG wanted this to happen so soon, but a promo video of the unannounced LG Chocolate BL40 has just appeared on YouTube. Coming as the fourth phone from the Black Label Series, LG BL40 is an unusual handset, first of all because of its 4.0 inches touchscreen display that has a resolution of 800 x 345 pixels and a 21:9 aspect ratio.

The display is covered with tempered glass, thus being scratch-proof, plus there's a gorgeous Flash-based 3D UI, multitouch, AGPS, WiFi, 7.2Mbps HSDPA, all packed into an impossibly thin case. Here's the stylish phone video:

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