IonHub Universal Charger
IonHub has released a new Travel Charger that virtually charges just about any device you own (as long as the tips are available).
IonHub travel charger is a cell phone travel charger, an iPhone/iPod travel charger and much more! Ionhub universal travel charger simultaneously charges multiple mobile devices such as iPods, iPhones, Motorola RAZR phones, Palm Treo, Zune, Sansa, Zen, Sony PSP, Nintendo DS Lite, Nokia phones, Blackberry phones, Bluetooth earphones, cameras, camcorders, DVD players, GPS, PDA, and wide range of digital camera/camcorder batteries, Philips Norelco electric shavers, and more! It is a universal travel charger and can be used at home, work or on the road.
It is capable of juicing up to half a dozen of your favorite portable devices simultaneously via a single wall outlet or car lighter socket. Charge up your life with the IonHub Universal Charger today. Charges up to 6 devices at a time!
(Via Coolest Gadgets.)
Fans Tout Windows XP’s Superiority
Fans of Windows XP are reacting to Microsoft’s plan to retire the six-year-old operating system by papering the internet with blog posts, cartoons and petitions. They trumpet Windows XP’s superiority to Windows Vista, Microsoft’s latest PC operating system, whose consumer launch received lukewarm reviews.
(Via Wired News.)
MacHeist retail bundle now available
Today MacHeist revealed their newest bundle of software for sale. This new software bundle is being billed as “12 Top Mac Apps” and includes the following pieces of software:
- DEVONthink Personal
- Bugdom 2
- Nanosaur 2
The bundle remains the same $49 (US) price and is now on sale through the end of the month online. Macheist also has plans to release the bundle as a boxed version in stores later this year.
[via MacHeist Forums]
Philips DCP951 Portable DVD Player Likes iPod Touch, Kitchen Counters [Portable DVD]
The Philips DCP951 portable DVD player ditches the laptop design of previous portables for a shiny tablet layout that works as well on the road as it does in the kitchen. As the successor to the DCP850, this portable has a half-inch bigger LCD screen and a dock for the iPod Touch. Price and info are below the jump.
When the iPod won’t cut it, the DCP951 plays standard DVDs, DVD+/-R and DVD+/-RW, VCD, DivX and MPEG4 movies. Don’t plan on any epic movies for your cross-country flights, however, as total play time on a single battery charge is a weak 2.5 hours. The resolution isn’t much better at 640×220, but the relatively low $199.99 price tag and small form factor are appealing. It’s also shiny, did we mention that yet?
Sennheiser MX W1 wireless headphones – quite possibly the most expensive wireless headphones ever
I don’t know, there might be a pair that is slathered in diamonds and platinum or something like that which beat these out, but I doubt it. At $600 these wireless headphones do not come cheap, but if you are an audiophile in search of some wireless headphones they are apparently worth it.
These headphones use Kleer technology to make the difference between these wireless Sennheisers and a wired pair as close to transparent as possible, even to the keenest of ears. Furthermore, I personally like the design due to the fact that there isn’t a strap or some other dumb contraption connect both halves of the headphones, they are truly wireless.
One thing I was wondering about is if they were Bluetooth enabled, and they are not, because apparently the Kleer technology handles the wireless transmission on its own RF band making it sound far superior to Bluetooth. Furthermore, according to the reviewer, they fit extremely comfortably and they are one of the best sounding headphones the reviewer had ever heard.
Digital Style Outfitters introduce new iPhone cases
Digital Style Outfitters (DLO)
recently announced two great looking and fairly functional cases for the iPhone- the Hybridshell and the Videoshell. They cost $24.99 and $19.99, respectively. The Hybridshell incorporates a hard plastic shell, with a super-thin surface shield that protects the screen without impacting touch screen functionality. The back has raised silicon knobs for increase grip and an extendable base for things such as movie watching without having to hold the device. All of the external buttons are left exposed, including the dock connection port, making for maximum functionality and ease of use.
Full Story » | Written by Mark Rowland
LG’s touchscreen T80 media player only has 4GB
LG’s giving our Danish friends a little something to look forward to: the 3-inch 400 x 240 touchscreen T80, which has 4GB of storage, DVB-T and FM tuners, and OGG support (as well as the usual MP3, WMA, MPEG-4, etc.) in a chubby 0.5-inch thick package. We hear it’s priced at a hefty €299 (~$470 US), which might prove a tad prohibitive to sales among the intelligent.