Monday, January 30, 2006

-IN TECHNOLOGY-

Apple iPod Video 5th Generation 30GB MP3 Player - Black
(2.5", 2 Hours Video - SKU: MA146LLA)

Description: With Apple's iPod you can listen to a song and watch its video at the same time. Through the iTunes Music Store you can purchase and download music videos, popular TV shows, and more. You can import your own home video clips, digital photos, and your music files as well. This slender iPod has a large 2-1/2" full-color screen for easy viewing. Its 30GB hard drive stores 75 hours of video, 25,000 still photos or 500 hours of near-CD-quality music. The iPod's Click Wheel lets you access the video, song or photo you're after quckly and easily, zooming quickly through the player's menu. Using an optional iPod dock, you can display your video and photos on a TV screen, so everyone can join in the fun.

Sunday, January 29, 2006

-IN TECHNOLOGY & FASHION-

Cool Biz, a combination of the English words cool and business, is the catchword in Japan this summer. It is the title of a government campaign to persuade office workers to dispense with their ties and jackets as an environmentally friendly way of staying cool without lowering the air conditioner thermostat. And now an innovation called kuchofuku (air-conditioned clothing) is taking the Cool Biz concept one step further. This new type of garb lets people stay cool even in long sleeves. More...

Saturday, January 28, 2006



-IN TECHNOLOGY-

Sony Cyber-Shot® DSC-P200 7.2 Megapixel Camera

The Sony DSC-P200 Cyber-shot® digital camera gives you professional quality features in a compact, point-and-shoot design. With a 7.2 Megapixel Super HAD™ CCD with exclusive Sony technology for superb resolution, sensitivity and clarity, you’ll get digital photos that are rich with detail. The Carl Zeiss® Vario-Tessar® 3X optical zoom lens combines exceptional picture quality and ultra-sleek design. Other features include a large 2-inch LCD monitor with 134K pixels that makes it incredibly easy to frame shots and review pictures. Sony's own Real Imaging Processor™ LSI provides fast startup, fast shot-to-shot times and extended battery stamina for extended use. It is even compatible with the Cyber-shot® Station docking bay (sold separately) for easy picture transfers while you charge your camera’s battery. More...

Friday, January 27, 2006

-IN TECHNOLOGY-

The FIRST WORLDWIDE
Real-Time Tracking System!

At only 2.5 x 1.7 x 1.1 inches in size and 3.1 ounces in weight, WorldTrakGPS is fully self-contained and small enough to fit in the palm of your hand. Place with packages, vehicles, or personnel, the WorldTrakGPS sends detailed reports of routes traveled for quality control and security purposes. It can report with a variety of uses defined methods such as automatic sending of real-time position data, on demand reporting, and "geofencing". These reports are sent as SMS text messages over your local GSM cellular network. Internal rechargeable lithium-ion battery powers unit for 24 hours. Back up battery pak operates 4 days. Affordable, real-time tracking and security using cutting edge 3D mapping technology from Google. More...
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Bluetooth iPod/Audio Dongle

A373 Bluetooth NANO
Dongle with FM Radio
Fit for Apple nano
Screen Protection
FM stereo radio
Easy to hang with necklace
Transmit high fidelity audio streaming sound
technical specifications
Frequency : 2.402~2.480GHZ
Bluetooth 1.2, up to 10 meters
GFSK(Gaussian Frequency Shift Keying)
Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP)
Sensitivity : 0.1% BER at -80 dBm
RF Output Power : -6dBm to 4dBm
Listening time : more than 5 hours
Power consumption: around 30 mAh
Battery : 3.7V 200mA Rechargeable Li-Polymer.
FM Frequency Range: 87-108 mHZ
Radio Presets Memory: 30 memory
Power: input AC 100-240V, output DC 5V 500MA-1A, mini USB plug
Operating temperature : -10 to +55
Dimensions: 102mm x45mm x19mm
Weight: 42gram (including battery)

-IN TECHNOLOGY-

Robots are starting to move into the white collar world. No longer content to work serving drinks or helping kids cross streets, robots are now entering the office as receptionists. Japanese employment agency PeopleStaff has begun offering robotic receptionists to its clients; for $430 a month, you can get a robot Hello Kitty or Ifbot (pictured) to sit at your front desk and greet visitors. We're not quite sure what kind of company would actually want to hire Hello Kitty as a receptionist, but that's almost beside the point. What we really want to know is this: what do you do when your recepto-bot starts bursting into impromptu renditions of "Daisy?"

Thursday, January 26, 2006

-IN TECHNOLOGY-

The BlackBerry 8700g has just launched in the UK, and it's as every bit as flash as it fashionable. Gadgetville's most notorious on-the-go email device has just been upgraded in the formof this chisel-jawed specimen, dubbed the BlackBerry 8700g. More...

Wednesday, January 25, 2006




-IN FAD & FASHION-

Check this out. I have found some Valentine promotion in another site. I like the gadgets they offer coz I enjoy seeing the lights of it. For more info, just click on this site... Enjoy!

Tuesday, January 24, 2006

-IN TECHNOLOGY-

As if the Bluetooth headphones weren't enough, NHJ is also set to release the VTV-101 wristwatch TV over here. The watch, which is already out in the Far East and the US, and will cost around £200. The PAL version for Europe will pick up all terrestrial analogue stations and will last 2 hours before the batteries need recharging. The screen is 1.5 inches and there's no speakers so you will need to plug in earphones (which also act as the TV aerial). The watch is, as you would expect, pretty chunky, but it's not as bad as some of the previous models they showed us, so we have no doubt that there will be a market of young gadget geeks ready and waiting to get strapped in.
-IN TECHNOLOGY-Are you a shocking liar? Then beware – if you tell any more porkies, you could be the one getting a shock...
The Shocking Roulette game has become one our most popular products, with people queuing up for the chance to give their nearest and dearest electric shocks (you sadistic bunch you). Now the same developers have brought us the new Electric Shock Lie Detector, based around a similar concept, but with one important difference. It's not being quick on the draw that will save you from a shock – it's telling the truth. And as we all know, that's not always as easy as it sounds.
They say the truth hurts, but with the Electric Shock Lie Detector, telling porkie-pies will hurt much more. Here's how to play. Place your hand into the mould on the device, making sure you make contact with all the sensors, and strap yourself in. After resetting, press the ‘analyser' button, and the detector takes a reading of your vital statistics. Answer the truth to three warm-up questions (e.g. your name and gender) for the detector to regulate your readings. Then the real questions begin...
-IN FAD & FASHION-
If you're looking for a unique and inexpensive gift or a weird and fun conversation piece for your desk at work, then check out The Eggling - a real plant that you can hatch from an egg!
The precious little Eggling looks and feels like an extra large egg, but crack its top and discover a garden ready for sowing!
Extremely popular in
Japan, where it originated, the Eggling is made of white porous ceramic and comes with a terracotta tray and seed pack of either herbs or flowers.
-IN TECHNOLOGY-
This environmentally friendly radio set with electric torch is a great energy saving devise. The machines body adopts a streamlined design, which is both beautiful in appearance and comfortable in the hand. After winding the handle for only a minute, the electric torch can light up continuously for more than 10 minutes. The sevice life of the L.E.D light source is more than 10,000 hours, which is highly efficient and energy saving. The electric tuning FM radioset is easy to use, producing a loud and clear sound. You can even charge the torch by pluging it to a power adapter (DC 6V 100-150mA). AC/DC power adapter not included.

Monday, January 23, 2006

-IN FAD & FASHION-















Today in
Japan, there are these mini keychain plants that are becoming popular. It consists of small plants inside of a tiny arboretum. Each mini keychain is sold $10 featuring real plants that are growing inside, which afterwards can be transplanted to a larger pot.











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