Roku HD Streaming Player

15th May 2012 (amazon.com)



The Roku HD delivers all the streaming entertainment choices, HD video quality, and ease-of-use that Roku has always been known for. At our lowest price.

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TRD SS Switches

19th April 2012 (newequipment.com)



TRD offers Reed, High Power AC Reed, DC Solid State and Reed Switches with built-in Circuit Protection to meet a wide variety of needs.

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PHILIPS MCD700

28th March 2012 (786gifts.com)



With a mirror-finished center-unit that adds a touch of stylishness to any interior. The wood-finished speakers deliver high quality sound and with DVD playability,

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Motorola Droid Razr Maxx

8th March 2012 (pcmag.com)



The top Android smartphone you can buy today, the Motorola Droid Razr Maxx combines the best materials, a fast processor, a super-speedy 4G LTE network, and a truly gigantic battery.

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Retractable Sealer

20th February 2012 (sorbentsystems.com)



These machines are very easy to use as a Vacuum/Gas-Flush Packaging unit.

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Garmin Forerunner 410

20th February 2012 (digitaltechnews.com)



Forerunner 410 lets you customize up to three training pages with more than 30 different types of data.

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PIONEER Recievers!! DVD,Navigation,

20th January 2012 (the370z.com)



If ANYONE likes bumpin' music as much as I do out there LISTEN UP! i have some REDICULOUS deals on Pioneer Car Electronics items that will make you forget about any of your Audio places around:thumbup:

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Consumer Electronics Assn

9th January 2012 (latimes.com)



Though much of the technology being showcased at CES is user-friendly, it's got a ways to go before it's truly eco-friendly. But companies are getting close, according to two studies released at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this week.

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Samsung UN19D4003

14th December 2011 (circuitcity.com)



Samsung UN19D4003 19" Class Widescreen LED HDTV - 720p, 1366 x 768, 16:9, 20000:1 Dynamic, 60Hz, HDMI, USB, Energy Star.

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Mercedes-Benz Recalls Diesel Cars

20th October 2011 (msn.com)



Mercedes-Benz is recalling nearly 7,000 diesel vehicles from the 2011 and 2012 model years to fix a possible defect with the diesel filter that could cause it to leak fuel.

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Bluetooth Keyboard Case for iPad



- iPad/iPad2 cases with integrated Bluetooth keyboard
- Includes iPad function keys: Home, Volume, Search, and iPod controls.
- Cheaper than buying a new MacBook Air

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Penpower WorldocScan

30th June 2011 (circuitcity.com)



Enjoy the benefits of having a top-of-the-line scanner with the Penpower WorldocScan 400 Sheetfed Scanner, a searchable PDF scanner capable of scanning all your documents to PDF

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Samsung PL210

30th May 2011(circuitcity.com)



Give important moments the detail they deserve. With the super slim and stylish Samsung PL210 EC-PL210ZBPUUS compact camera you can utilise the 14.2 exact megapixels to inject true-to-life clarity into your shots.

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Digital Video Memo

8th April 2011 (gadgets.co.uk)



Hand written notes on scrappy bits of paper are all well and good, but they tend to end up getting lost, or the intended recipient of your message can't work out what your hurried scribble is meant to say.

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Canon L170 Laser Fax Machine

9th March 2011 (frys.com)



Canon Faxphone L170 is a laser fax and printer offering quality laser output with a fast 33.6Kbps modem. It prints and copies at up to 19 pages per minute, with up to 600-dpi print resolution.

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1600W Halogen Heater

31st January 2011 (maplin.co.uk)



This halogen-powered heater is a must during the winter months when the cold really sets in! The halogen heating elements provide heat almost instantly when the unit is switched on, whilst the low running costs are estimated as being from just 11 pence per hour.

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Dremel Electric Engraver

16th November 2010 (hardwareandtools.com)



Identify and personalize valuables, or use for decorative engraving. Stroke adjustment dial regulates engraving depth from fine lines to deep grooves.

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Makita LXLM01W

2nd November 2010 (toolbarn.com)



Illuminate your work space with this 18 Volt Compact Lithium-Ion Cordless LED Flashlight (Tool Only) (LXLM01W) from Makita.

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3M GOLD Privacy Filters

15th October 2010 (buzzillions.com)



Much better overall than the 'smoke' versions. Provides a higher degree of privacy. It does however take a little to get used to the gold color.

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Philex Power Inverter

22nd September 2010 (screwfix.com)



Converts 12V DC to 230V AC. Provides in-car mains power from 12V car cigarette lighter. Suitable for charging power tool batteries, mobile phones, laptop computers and digital cameras whilst on the move.

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Sahara HD TurboDryer




The Sahara HD F352 features the CFM and static pressure needed to power through specialty drying challenges.

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Nikon Coolpix S1100pj cam

17th August 2010 (engadget.com)



Looks like those German Coolpix leaks were right on the money -- Nikon's just announced the Coolpix S1100pj and the S5100. The S1100pj is a seriously hot update to the original quirky and lovable Nikon Coolpix S1000pj projector-cam...

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HomeBasix Mica Heater

13th July 2010 (hardwareandtools.com)



2 heat settings: 750/1500 watts. Quick set thermostat controls room temperature. Easy adjustment control knobs. Saves energy by providing localized heat.

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How Robotic Vacuums Work

9th July 2010 (howstuffworks.com)



There are those of us who clean once a week, and there are those of us who clean when the in-laws come to visit. The appeal of the robotic vacuum reaches both camps: Either way, the house is a bit more spotless with minimal human input.

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Apple iPad (Wi-Fi + 3G)




- Military grade patented material engineered for your specific device
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EdgeStar Portable Air Conditioner




Simply put, based on our independent testing and customer feedback, the EdgeStar Extreme Cool line of portable air conditioners offer the perfect combination of cooling power, quality and style - a combination unmatched by any other unit on the market.

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Panasonic's Lumix DMC-G10

21th April 2010 (engadget.com)



The Lumix G10 got pricing and a vague date yesterday, and now the first full review has finally graced the interwebs.

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30In Hugger Ceiling Fan

13th April 2010 (hardwareandtools.com)



Hugger style mounts directly to ceiling, no downrod required. Reversible 3-speed pull chain controlled 153 x 10mm single capacitor motor. 12 inch length lead wire.

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Kintoto Ink




An intricate snapshot of Nanami Cowdroy's exotic and expressive art. Her signature watery and whimsical subjects wash together from the inky shores of her imagination and illustrated meticulously through her distinctive, visual style.

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DigitalRise X9 multitouch tablet

23rd February 2010 (engadget.com)



Hey, what's this? That DigitalRise X9 tablet we've heard to much about has been reviewed -- on video, to boot! The Atom-packing, 2GB slate doesn't look nearly as iPad-esque as we'd been led to believe from previous photos

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Nikon Coolpix S3000 12mp Digital Camera




Nikon's coolpix S3000 digital camera features 12.0 mp, 2.7 inch screen, 4x wide angle zoom, a 4 way vr image stabilization system, internal memory or SD memory option, and more! Ultra-slim performer in your choice of color.

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How All-in-one Printers Work

4th February 2010 (howstuffworks.com)



If you've ever been on the hunt for a new all-in-one printer, you know what it's like to walk down the aisles of an electronics or office supply store. Shelf after shelf of similar-looking home appliances can seem overwhelming instead of liberating.

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Home Theater Speaker Placement

1st February 2010 (buzzle.com)



Home theater speaker placement comprises many different variables due to which there cannot be one particular arrangement of speakers that will give the best performance.

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FlipShare TV™




FlipShare TV lets you watch your entire Flip Video™ library wirelessly on your TV or HDTV. Flip Video camcorders are known for making video simple, and now, with FlipShare TV, it's even easier to enjoy and share your videos.

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Laminating Machines

12th January 2010 (howstuffworks.com)



Laminating machines are handy for protecting documents with a coating that preserves them. Laminating machines vary widely in the size of documents they can laminate and the technology they use.

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Neverlate 7-day Alarm Clock




The Neverlate 7-day Alarm clock is perfect for those of us who are, if you'll pardon the pun, tired of oversleeping. As its name implies, it has seven alarms, one for each day of the week.

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Zoom H2 Ultra-Portable Digital Audio Recorder




- 360° Recording
- Multiple Recording Patterns
- Records up to 24-bit/96kHz
- Records to SD/SDHC

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Component Speakers - KFC-WPS1D

9th December 2009 (kenwood-electronics.co.uk)



300mm Carbon-Glassfiber Cone Woofer
3000W Peak Input Power
Easy smart DVC terminal

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Black-and-White Multifunction Printer/ Copier/ Scanner/ Fax

3rd December 2009 (bestbuy.com)



Enjoy high-quality monochrome laser printing, copying, color scanning and faxing with this compact multifunction printer.

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Art Lebedev's Rozetkus 3D socket

11th November 2009 (engadget.com)



We're getting ever closer to wireless power, but without a doubt have many years of life with plugs ahead of us. It's a drag, but fancy concept receptacles help to make our tethered existences slightly more interesting.

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Tenergy TB6 Balancing Charger for NiMH/NiCD/Li-PO/Li-Fe/SLA




  • Handle NiMH, NICD, Li-Po,Li-ion, Li-Fe, SLA Batteries
  • Build-in Balance
  • Temperature Sensor
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Panasonic HydraClean System, ES8109S, Wet/Dry

28th October 2009 (drugstore.com)



Powerful hygienic cleaning system automatically cleans, dries and refreshes your shaver

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Archos Clipper MP3 Player 2GB - Black




2GB Internal memory, stores up to 1,000 songs equal to 60 hours music. Once charged battery can last for 11 hours. MP3 and WMA playback.

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USB Storage Carousel for CD/DVD




A far superior solution to managing your discs, instead of stacking them in miscellaneous piles all over your desk. Management software, stackable design, lock and keys included for security. Manual CD/DVD selection via keypad.

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Flip Ultra Camcorders




The Flip Ultra™ camcorder makes it easier than ever to shoot and share video. With 120 minutes of record time, you'll never miss another minute again. And because of Ultra's pocket-sized portability, you'll truly be able to capture video anytime, anywhere.

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How Anti-shoplifting Devices Work

22 July 2009 (howstuffworks.com)



Let's imagine for the moment that you own a large department store, and you are having a big problem with shoplifting. (You're not alone -- retail stores lost $26 billion last year to shoplifting!) What are you going to do? You cannot let it continue, because every month your accounting system tells you that you are losing thousands of dollars to theft. It forces you to raise your prices, and that means you have to charge more than the store next door. That can make it very hard to compete, especially if the store next door is successfully discouraging shoplifting.

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$6,910 buys world's best headphone sound

15 July 2009 (news.cnet.com)



Lucky me, I've reviewed most of the world's very best

headphones

, including the Audio Technica ATH-W5000, Denon AH-D7000, and Sennheiser HD 800. But now there's something even better: the Woo Audio WES headphone amplifier ($4,500) and Stax SR-007Mk2 headphone ($2,410). The complete review can be found on the Home Entertainment Web site. Yeah, it's a lot of dough, but the Woo/Stax combo creams the other contenders for world's best

headphone

sound, and the pair goes for less than the price of a world class, high-end camera, like the Canon EOS-1Ds Mark III. The camera's great now, but in a couple of years it'll be hopelessly out of date. Great audio is simply a better long-term investment. Stax headphones use a very different operating principle than dynamic headphones (pretty much every headphone from lowly earbuds to full-size

headphones

are dynamic designs). Stax has been making electrostatic headphones since 1960 in Japan, and the company's current flagship model, the SR-007Mk2, is what I'm using with the Woo WES amplifier. The Stax is a big and comfy design.

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EdgeStar 40 Pint Portable Dehumidifier




Model: DEP400EW

Light Weight, Compact & Portable
Quiet Operation
Suitable For Moisture Removal Up To 2500 Sq Ft

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Cortex HDC3000



Music has touched the deepest parts of the human cortex since the dawn of time. Cortex is proud to bring you the smartest DJ equipment on this planet.

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PHOENIX MF 24mm f:2.8



The

lens

is perfect for all those wide-angle shots where you want to get more of an area in the photograph. Whether its a holiday dinner at home, to fit all of the relatives at the table, or a magnificent landscape such as the Grand Canyon, this lens will suit your needs.

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Porta Breeze™ Battery Powered Fan

3 July 2009 (overtons.com)



Enjoy highly efficient, powerful airflow and ultra-quiet operation with this portable, battery-powered fan. Operates for over 300 hours with 4 D-cell batteries (not included). Features two-speed adjustment. Available in white and black. 7.2" H x 5.3" W x 7.2" D.

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Electronic Puzzles

18 June 2009 (howstuffworks.com)



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Sony's newest remote control ships with a Z200iR compact music system

1 July 2009 (engadget.com)



It's not often that a remote control becomes the centerpiece of a product launch, but man, would you look at that. That's the remote for Sony's NAS-Z200iR, a WiFi-enabled shelf audio system with slot-loading CD and

iPod

dock. The Z200iR is DLNA-certified so it works with any DLNA device in your home including NAS boxes and of course, your PC or Mac.

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How HDMI Works

18 June 2009 (howstuffworks.com)



If you've shopped for an HDTV, a PlayStation 3, or an HD-DVD or Blu-ray pla­yer, you've probably heard about HDMI. It can seem like just one of many connections on televisions or home-theater receivers. But HDMI is more than a port on the back of a TV (and the often expensive cable that fits inside). It's a set of rules for allowing high-definition electronic devices to communicate. ­­

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ExpressCard 2.0 finalized: 5Gbps for 10x faster cards

10 June 2009 (slashgear.com)



Apple may have dumped ExpressCard from their new MacBook Pro models, but PCMCIA - the organization behind the expansion card standard - are striding ahead with the official release of ExpressCard Standard 2.0. Transfer speeds are reportedly boosted by up to 10-times compared to ExpressCard 1.2, the existing standard, and there’s also support for SuperSpeed USB 3.0.

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Sony adds PSP access to PlayStation Network video store, 16 new content partners

3 June 2009 (engadget.com)

Tucked in between the "worst kept secret" PSP Go and motion control demos at its E3 press conference, Sony also revealed new content for the PlayStation Network video service, and the ability to download video directly to the PSP, no PS3 or PC intermediary needed. No word on when to expect the new content exactly, but it will include video from Showtime Networks, Starz, G4 & E!, Summit Entertainment, The Weinstein Company, HDNet & Magnolia Pictures, Anime Network, Media Blasters, Right Stuf's Nozomi Entertainment, Starz Media's Manga Entertainment, Toei Animation, Viz Media, WEP, UFC, TNA and Video Action Sports. Looks like Sony will have easy on the go access to video store content up and running before Microsoft gets its Zune integration act together, but whether that compares to 1080p instant streaming promises remains to be seen (Hint: first one with direct Hulu access wins, we're just saying, guys.) Check out Sony's trailer embedded after the break.

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Nintendo ships over 15 million "Wii Fit" since launch

3 June 2009 (yahoo.com)



LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Nintendo Co Ltd has sold more than 15 million units of its "Wii Fit" system in just over a year, taking advantage of a growing interest in

video game

consoles for physical fitness enthusiasts. At the E3

video game

conference in Los Angles on Tuesday, the company also said it will introduce a new version of the home exercise game, called "Wii Fit Plus," later this year.

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New World 100DF

29 May 2009 (electrical123.com)



Additional Info

* Eight Burner gas hob : 2 x 1.0kW, 4 x 2.0 kW, 2 x 3.0kW
* 4 Enamelled Pan supports
* Oven : Bottom Left 1.9kW Conventional Electric
* Oven : Top Right 2.5kW Fanned Electric
* Grill 1.7kW
* LED Clock/Minute Minder

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Redesigned PS3 to be Revealed at E3

14 May 2009 (playstationlifestyle.net)



Of course this is just yet another rumor, as there is no official confirmation. But we caught word that Sony is set to not only reveal the PSP Go at E3, but another hardware redesign will be debuted as well. We didn’t get any specifics, but we speculate that it could be one of a couple different options. First off, it very well could be as simple as a white or a silver PS3, to go with the white and silver Dualshock 3’s that have been made available. This makes sense, as most people would want their controllers to match their consoles.

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Japanese Firms to Exhibit Android-based Digital Photo Frame

14 May 2009 (techon.nikkeibp.co.jp/english)

Macnica Inc, a Japanese firm developing and marketing semiconductors and network devices, and Fujitsu Software Technologies Ltd jointly developed the "Software Platform for Home Network Digital Photo Frame," a digital photo frame that employed Google Inc's "Android" as its platform.

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Smeg DI612CA

8 May 2009 (electrical123.com)



Full Product Specification


Height : 820 (mm)
Width : 600 (mm)
Depth : 550(mm)
Energy Efficiency : A
Water Consumption : 15 (litres)
Programmes : 5 Programmes

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Sony's Walkman E-series lets music nerds play dress up

21 April 2009 (engadget.com)



Think USB sticks are fashion statements? Then listen up nerds, Sony's get a sackful of

Walkmans

to match your technicolor style. The

Walkman

E series will get to poppin' next month in 2GB (NW-E042), 4GB (NW-E043), and 8GB (NW-E044) capacities starting at ¥8,000 (about $80, tax inclusive) on up to ¥13,000 (about $132). Each stick ships with a second front panel / cap combination for a quick color swap.

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Robot lawnmower controlled by Nintendo Wii remote unveiled

9 April 2009 (telegraph.co.uk)



Kjeld Jensen, a robotics researcher at the university, demonstrated the technology by taking the Casmobot for a spin around the campus lawns. “The Casmobot project is about making grass cutting more efficient,” said Jensen, who developed the system.

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Nintendo DSi torn asunder, sized up against DS Lite's innards

8 April 2009 (fixit.com)



Sure, we saw the Nintendo DSi get its teardown treatment back in November, but now that it's available stateside, iFixit's decided to go for round two and rip the portable completely apart, snapping pics at each painful step. Taking it a step further, we also get to see in finer detail some of the differences between the new hardware and its DS Lite predecessor, including the now smaller 840mAh battery that we hear's been contributing to some shorter play sessions. For all the gritty imagery, kindly point your mouse to the read link below.

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Chinavision CVFH-N03-4G portable emulator indulges your retro gaming cravings

3 April 2009 (chinavasion.com)



Chinavision's CVFH-N03-4G may not have the catchiest titles, but it does boast an impressive array of emulators to satisfy your on-the-go retro gaming needs -- although we imagine those tiny shoulder buttons would prove irksome after a while. Support includes NES, SNES, Sega Genesis, Game Boy Advance, SNK Neo-Geo and Capcom arcade systems CPS1 and CPS2 -- sorry, no love for Atari 2600 or Commodore 64, here -- all accessible through a menu that in no way, shape, or form resembles Sony's Xross Media Bar. It also plays MP3, MPEG5, FLAC, WMV, AVI, and a few other audio / video formats, and reportedly can function as an e-book reader with text to speech capabilities -- y'know, just in case there weren't enough entities peeved at it being a beacon for ROMs. As for hardware, we're looking at a 2.8-inch QVGA LCD, 4GB internal memory, a mini-SD card slot, and AV out for the television. Buy one for $87.31, three for $83.82 apiece, or if you're feeling generous, pick up 50 for a more generous, undisclosed discount.

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Patients in Therapy, Therapist in Trouble

3 April 2009 (nytimes.com)



People go into therapy to learn from their mistakes, then make mistakes about what they’ve learned. And if viewers have learned anything from the HBO series “In Treatment,” it’s that therapists can also get tangled in half-truths. The show’s second season doesn’t pick up exactly where the first left off; Paul Weston, the psychotherapist played by Gabriel Byrne, has divorced and set up a practice in Brooklyn with new furnishings and a new roster of patients. But the issues he left behind seep into his fresh start: a malpractice suit on top of marital discord on top of childhood grievances.

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Bring On The Affordable Green Sports Cars

3 April 2009 (wired.com)



The hybrid revolution is well under way. Honda is rolling out the new Insight, the third-gen Prius is coming and even Ford's got a winner with the Fusion Hybrid. Nice cars one and all, but about as much fun as a root canal. Not one of them is something you'd back out of the garage on a Sunday morning to take for a quick blast up your favorite twisty road. But don't worry. Affordable eco-conscious sports cars are coming, and soon. We were impressed by the Prius, we love the Insight and we're thrilled to see Toyota rising to Honda's low-cost challenge with a Yaris-based hybrid. We're also eager to get behind the wheel of a Fusion hybrid. Cars like these are smart answers to thorny questions about fuel efficiency, oil dependence and CO2 emissions.

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Why Sony should add Netflix to the PS3 now

27 march 2009 (cnet.com)

In recent days, rumors have been percolating about the PlayStation 3 getting Netflix streaming video support. Most of the rumors revolve around a survey that Netflix has out gauging user interest in adding its service to Sony's game console for a fee. No one seems to know whether Netflix or Sony commissioned the survey, but either way, it's certainly raised hopes with PS3 owners that they would get something that Xbox 360 owners have had for a while. (For what it's worth, nearly identical rumors of Netflix on the Wii have also been making the rounds.) Interestingly, as the rumors make their way around the blogosphere, Sony's been trying to promote how robust its Playstation Network Service (PSN) is and how great a media extender the PS3 is. A few weeks ago, a few of us from CNET spent some time visiting with Sony PR and marketing reps in a hotel suite going over what PSN had to offer, including Home, Sony's online virtual community that's hit 5 million registered users. And just yesterday, I got a voice mail from a PR rep encouraging me to do a story on what a great media extender the PS3 is.

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Electric Cars: Are We Ready or Not?

20 march 2009 (msn.com)



While policymakers and car builders are pushing hard for electric propulsion, gas and diesel vehicles still make up more than 97 percent of new automobiles sold today. Is America ready for cars that run on electricity? The pollsters seem to think so — for years, surveys have found that a majority of drivers in the United States are interested in gas-electric hybrid vehicles. And in a J.D. Power and Associates poll conducted in the summer of 2008, 46 percent of those who responded would consider buying a hybrid, even after being informed that they can cost at least $5,000 more than equivalent gas-burning models. Fewer polls have been conducted for all-electric vehicles (EVs), but the lesson seems clear: Hybrids are in demand, and

electric cars

could be next in line for the national zeitgeist.

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TV ratings: Prison documentary locks in 4.2m viewers for ITV

18 march 2009 (guardian.co.uk)



ITV1's new documentary series Holloway about the women's prison beat BBC1 drama Mistresses in the ratings battle with 4.2 million viewers last night, Tuesday 17 March. The first of the three-part series averaged an 18% share in the 9pm hour compared with Mistresses' 3.8 million and a 17% share. Mistresses was also beaten by Channel Five's US import CSI, which averaged 3.9 million and a 17% share and was easily the channel's best performing show of the night. The strong figures for CSI were due to the departure of investigator Gil Grissom, played by William Petersen, who had been with the series since the first episode aired in the US on CBS in 2000. Also in the 9pm hour Heston's Tudor Feast on Channel 4 averaged 2.3 million, a 10% share, with 300,000 watching on catch-up service Channel 4+1 an hour later. At the same time on BBC2 a Horizon documentary about child education and fronted by David Baddiel averaged 1.3 million and a 6% share.

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Consumer Electronic

13 March 2009 (zacks.com)



The consumer electronics industry is in the nadir of its seasonal cycle. The Chinese New Year (when all the Asian workers go home, including those who are not Chinese) has recently ended, so there has been no production news and no technology announcements.

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Televisions

13 March 2009 (google.com.pk)



The last 10 years have been remarkable for the television industry. Who would have guessed that the picture tube TV would be obsolete so quickly? Today's flat panel TV's and projection TV's have picture quality that we never thought possible.

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Samsung PL210

The Samsung PL210 is an affordable and versatile compact digicam. With a full set of features including a 10x optical zoom lens, dual image stabilization and HD video capture
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By Steve, 30 May 11

Canon L170

We just purchased this machine about a week ago for use in our small Real Estate Office, and find that it handles faxes several times faster than its predecessor. Both input and output are great, and the clarity of the copies are sooo much better.
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By John, 09 Mar 11

Makita LXLM01W

Good light not as bright as i thought 25hr run time on bl1815 batt some light is better than none. would be neat to have diff modes like maybe 12.5hrs for twice the light. over all still happy with it.
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By Nitalie, 03 Nov 10

3M GOLD Privacy Filters

I bought this so that other students could not watch everything I was doing in class. It works perfect, some students have asked me if my laptop was even on!
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By Smith, 19 Oct 10

Smart Label Printer 440

The user friendly SLP 440 Thermal Label Printer makes it easy to mix and match fonts, graphics and bar codes all on the same label. Easily prepare customized formats with your own company logo complete with a post office approved bar code, without the hassle of using standard printers. Printer Speed: 2 Seconds per Label Maximum Width: Up to 1.89″ Resolution: 300 dpi Connectivity: USB and Serial Environments: PC and Mac Compatible Warranty: 1 Year Limited covering parts and labor.
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By Herry, 08 Jun 10

Microtek UPS

Computers are prime commodity place in the modern homes and offices. Everything that one does tends to get saved in the computer memory. What if a sudden power failure crashes all the system making it sit just like an idle box, ensuring no performance with loss of crucial data files that you have saved in it? Certainly, the situation will be disheartening and troubling too.

To avoid such a case, it is necessary for one to switch to a competent and dependable UPS model. Computers are essential to be backed up by a consistent and capable power back up battery device which these days known as UPS, expanded as uninterrupted power supply.

Microtek is a famed brand that has a fabulous record of presenting proficient power back up devices to your computing system which keeps it charged up whenever there is a power failure or sudden electric cut, thus ensuring a consistent work flow.
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By Katherine, 04 May 10

The Two Types of MP3 Players

MP3 players are still a popular way to listen to your favourite music. But you need to know the difference between the two types before you can choose one. Many people enjoy using an MP3 player to listen to their favourite music while they are out and about doing other things such as jogging, walking or even lazing on the beach. There are two types of MP3 player and which you choose may depend on your passion for music. The two types are solid state and hard disk.

Solid State MP3 A solid state MP3 has no moving parts. It is the smaller of the two types, making it great for carrying around, especially if you are jogging or exercising. However, it will not store as many songs as the hard disk MP3. But the rechargeable battery will last longer than the hard disk type with around 21 hours of playing time.

Hard Disk MP3 These are large capacity players that store music on a hard disk like a computer has.
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By Shiva, 04 Feb 10

How Capacitors Work

Inside the capacitor, the terminals connect to two metal plates separated by a non-conducting substance, or dielectric. You can easily make a capacitor from two pieces of aluminum foil and a piece of paper. It won't be a particularly good capacitor in terms of its storage capacity, but it will work.

In theory, the dielectric can be any non-conductive substance. However, for practical applications, specific materials are used that best suit the capacitor's function. Mica, ceramic, cellulose, porcelain, Mylar, Teflon and even air are some of the non-conductive materials used. The dielectric dictates what kind of capacitor it is and for what it is best suited. Depending on the size and type of dielectric, some capacitors are better for high frequency uses, while some are better for high voltage applications. Capacitors can be manufactured to serve any purpose, from the smallest plastic capacitor in your calculator, to an ultra capacitor that can power a commuter bus.
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By Shawn, 03 Feb 10

Two Types of MP3 Players

MP3 players are still a popular way to listen to your favourite music. But you need to know the difference between the two types before you can choose one. Many people enjoy using an MP3 player to listen to their favourite music while they are out and about doing other things such as jogging, walking or even lazing on the beach. There are two types of MP3 player and which you choose may depend on your passion for music. The two types are solid state and hard disk.

Solid State MP3 A solid state MP3 has no moving parts. It is the smaller of the two types, making it great for carrying around, especially if you are jogging or exercising. However, it will not store as many songs as the hard disk MP3. But the rechargeable battery will last longer than the hard disk type with around 21 hours of playing time.
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By Shelly, 02 Feb 10

When old electronics meet their end

Inside computers and other electronics are gold, copper and other reusable precious metals. This makes the 90 percent of discarded electronics not recycled a viable enterprise for people looking to extract those precious metals. However, many of these "electronics harvesters" use simple and environmentally unfriendly processes to get the metals out, such as putting the machines through acid baths.

The result is that lead, mercury and other chemicals are released into the atmosphere – through toxic gasses – and put into lakes and rivers through wastewater systems. The harvesters are burning the plastic cases, melting lead-based monitor glass and simply tossing out the undesirable by-products of precious metal extraction.
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By Nahid, 08 Jan 10

When old electronics meet their end

Inside computers and other electronics are gold, copper and other reusable precious metals. This makes the 90 percent of discarded electronics not recycled a viable enterprise for people looking to extract those precious metals. However, many of these "electronics harvesters" use simple and environmentally unfriendly processes to get the metals out, such as putting the machines through acid baths.

The result is that lead, mercury and other chemicals are released into the atmosphere – through toxic gasses – and put into lakes and rivers through wastewater systems. The harvesters are burning the plastic cases, melting lead-based monitor glass and simply tossing out the undesirable by-products of precious metal extraction.
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By Nahid, 08 Jan 10

Circuit Breaker Types

Circuit breakers have an in-built fixed electric current load capacity which when breached causes automatic circuit shutdown. It basically detects the fault condition like a short circuit or overload in the circuit, interrupts the continuity, and immediately stops the current flow. This safety feature makes circuit breaker installation an essential part in an electrical circuit. Overloading in an electrical circuit occurs when the wires are forced to carry and conduct an electric charge more than their capacity. This causes the wires to heat up and results in insulation breakdown and an electrical fire. Short circuit occurs when two points in the circuit having different potential difference accidentally come in contact. This causes unwanted current flow from one node to another which may result in excessive heating, circuit damage, explosion or even fire. Therefore, circuit breakers are used to protect the circuit from unwanted consequences of wire overloading and accidental short cir
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By Fakhruddin, 09 Sep 09

Music Systerm

hence. control your docked iphone/ipod at the palm of your hand? i see redundan...
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By Jasper, 01 Jul 09

PSP access to PlayStation Network

This is great to hear and I am glad that it will be a native app for the PSP.

I would love to see the PC Store make it’s way back. I very much liked being able to browse the PlayStation store from any location without being restricted to a PC client. It would also be nice to queue up downloads to my PSP or PS3. I am not always available in a wifi area and I would like to queue up content that starts downloading when I boot up the PS3, or connect the PSP to my PC.
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By sharma, 03 Jun 09

PSP access to PlayStation Network

I hope it would be a subscription based fee. I wont mind paying 20 - 30 a month for video delivery for both my psp ,ps3 and soon my psp go.
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By alice, 03 Jun 09

Sony adds PSP access to PlayStation Network

“Sony’s” been saying that they’ll bring the movie download service to Europe this year, but nothing was mentioned at E3. Hell, Microsoft came out of the blue and announced theirs which will be available here in Finland as well.

But considering the incredibly idiotic pricing, it’s probably cheaper to rent movies from a store anyway.
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By sherry, 03 Jun 09

PSP access to PlayStation

9-9-84, i turned 5, the day after “Voltron” aired for the first time, when i logged into the video store today and i saw the “Blue Lion” i almost passed out, lol, i was so freaking happy. To think that you all would think about your oldest customer’s in such a way, i thank you, please more of the best of the best, some early “Transformers” and “Thunder Cats”, even “G.I. Joe”, Wackcrosoft ain’t got and never will have nothing on Playstation, I Love Yall Man!!!
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By Gladiator, 03 Jun 09

Sony's Walkman E-series

Sony's Walkman E-series so slim, sexy & portable!!
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By Natasha, 22 Apr 09

Electric Cars: Are We Ready or Not?

WOW!! Amazing Article on Electric Cars.
Can't wait to buy one as oil prices touch the skys!!
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By shiraz, 22 Apr 09

Electric Cars: Are We Ready or Not?

WOW!! Amazing article on Electric Cars.
Cannot wait to buy a car that works on electricity as oil prices increased to $ 48.49 a barrel.
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By Sheeraz, 22 Apr 09

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