Archive for May, 2008
Hey gadget geeks buy yourself a Pac Man Wallet for your birthday. Right now I’m already telling my mom to buy me one for my birthday. I was supposed to get a refurbished MacBook Air for my birthday but she told me that instead of a MacBook Air, she’d rather buy me a MacBook Air leather envelope for my documents. Oh my gosh mom the manila envelope is not intended for that! “The pac man wallet is good enough mom!”
This geeky accessory is meant for geeks who still haven’t reached the final 256th level of the game. Just wait till Blinky, Pinky, Inky, and Clyde the four main ghosts in Pac Man try to catch you as the game’s level increases. Cash out a few bucks for this wallet cause I’m sure you’re still the same loser in Pac Man as I was.
If you want to buy one, the Pac Man Wallet is available at Pullandbear for $17.
This mp3 player, the Philips GoGear SA28, my fellow gadget geeks is the first of its kind featuring its own Fullsound technology. This product is one of the latest GoGear flash digital audio player available on the market that supports nearly all audible formats like MP3, WAV, WMA with voice recording facilities. So what do we practically mean by a full sound technology? According to Philips definition, a Fullsound Technology is a digital audio algorithm patented by Philips that refines audio output by performing 10 million operations per second to analyze and re-compute the music signal before it is sent to the speaker. This means that FullSound brings out the best of any audio system and delivers more life to the music. So I guess this audio device brings out the best user experience ever. The mp3 player has a 2GB storage capacity and a built-in FM tuner. Well, check out the design it’s kinda’ cool and it’s pricing is very cheap for a cool gadget like this cause it’s sold at $57.
Although Dell hasn’t unveiled yet this latest laptop to the public, Brian Lam of Gizmodo caught a glimpse of the Dell Mini Inspiron, their first mini laptop as he bumped into Michael Dell at All Things D. The mini-notebook shown to him by the American businessman and founder of Dell, Inc., has 3 USB ports, a card reader, VGA out, Ethernet, and a “red candy shell”. According to Brian, Dell’s CEO wouldn’t tell him the laptop’s OS, and even the pricing, although he stated that it’s a low-cost notebook meant for developing countries. Wow!
I just hope it’s true that this is really a low-cost notebook cause developing countries such as the Philippines look forward to the latest portable devices like this on the market. This latest laptop will surely be an Eee PC killer.