Wandering around on Flickr today. I stumbled upon the number one best collection of pictures I have ever seen. Well minus the pictures of my best friend’s ex girlfriend. Anyhow this is way to much fun. It’s actually easy to “make a transparent monitor”
I found this site on my daily blogspot hop-a-long. Wow. Glad I stumbled on to this one.
The MoBits company has (or is part of) another company called Mobitia that has a website with more information on their prodcuts, a few other interesting devices and details about a common device chassis which has been developed.
Also shown is the Adam/Bart, Victor and Irene variants of an 8.4″ device which, might not be Origami but its so close as to be a direct competitor. These devices utilise Transmeta, Via or Intel processors (Interesting that transmeta is included.)
Details can be seen of the carrying case, the handstrap, the stand and the cradle. Also given as options are camera, h/w codec card (I assume this means TV/Video codec) and fingerprint reader. There’s also an option for a 6-cell, 52w battery thats double the power of Origami batteries.
Origami with keyboard?
Another image is showing the Bebos 5.6 and two variants of a device called the Beacon. One is a 5.6″ variant and the other a 7″ variant. These two devices appear to have keyboards which will please a lot of people looking for that in their UMPC.
Samsung Electronics announced that it has begun offering a 32-Gigabyte (GB) NAND flash-based solid state disk (SSD).
The 32GB Flash-SSD, which serves the same purpose as a hard disk drive, is a sophisticated data storage medium for notebooks and other mobile computers.The Flash-SSD weighs only half as much as a comparably-sized hard drive, but reads data three times faster and writes data 1.5 times faster. The SSD uses just five percent of the electricity needed to power a hard disc drive and is noiseless. Its design is free of any motor or other mechanical parts.
Do you have that annoying coworker you just cant stand any longer?
You could shoot em with a fireball right? Isn’t this gun manly?
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With the new Solar Style SC003 you can charge your phone as long as you have access to sunlight.
Madbum over at our sister site GamerzBlog is talking about the Xbox360 Shortages
Whatâ€™s worse than having massive shortages of Xbox 360s? Having massive shortages and being teased by having a few more trickle in here and there. Stores around the nation have begun receiving very small shipments, usually 20 to 40 per store for big stories, of the popular next gen console from Microsoft. Whatâ€™s even worse is the way these companies handle selling the systems. The systems are usually gone in the matter of an hour, and many times the company will jack up the price severely (Xbox 360s have shown to have sold for more than $1,000.00).
First thing you can do to cope. Is to go out an buy a PS3, or go fishing. Either way. I bet its going to be a long time before supply catches up to the high demand.