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Archive for August 2011

ColorWare Now Customizing Leica D-Lux 5

ColorWare Now Customizing Leica D-Lux 5
Owners of the Leica D-Lux 5: are you sick of your camera’s classy black color? So tired of it that you’re willing to pay nearly half of the cost of the camera itself to get it re-painted?

Isostick USB Drive Emulates Optical Drives: 2 Drives 1 Stick

Isostick USB Drive Emulates Optical Drives: 2 Drives 1 Stick
Ring another death knell for the optical drive. While still popular, the optical drive’s days began to be numbered when netbooks came out. Apple is slowly but surely leaving them out of their new computers. Now an upcoming product aims to make them even more obsolete.

Captain America Disc Launching Shield: Pretend You’re the First Avenger

Captain America Disc Launching Shield: Pretend You’re the First Avenger
Just like many people, I saw Captain America recently. While it doesn’t compare to The Dark Knight, it was still fun to watch the Captain beat up some Nazis. If you enjoyed watching Steve Rogers grow from 98 lb.

Timesnap: an iPod Nano Clone That’s Better Than the iPod Nano?

Timesnap: an iPod Nano Clone That’s Better Than the iPod Nano?
With the proper accessory, the latest model of the iPod Nano can be worn on one’s wrist like a watch, but you can’t watch videos on it like you could on the previous generation. If you want to get the best of both worlds, Chinavision has something for you – sort of – in the form of the Timesnap media player watch.

Panasonic PT-AE7000U Brings Full 1080p HD and 3D to the Home Theater

Panasonic PT-AE7000U Brings Full 1080p HD and 3D to the Home Theater
About six months ago I installed a home theater in my game room upstairs. I used a big 120-inch screen and a projector. At first, I wanted a projector that could do 3D, but the choices were very limited and since I would be using it for 2D movies more than anything, I wanted 1080p resolution too and there were mostly only 720p 3D offerings at the time.

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