the TV phone is silly as well.
anyone can do it with a couple of cables between his pc/tv.
2 much wifi might damage your health.
this is the reason of why US manufacturing is screwed. they are producing bunch of useless cute expensive gadget.
while the chinese folks are genuinely providing consumers with value products.
the wireless speaker/earphone are the same piece of junk and has been around for quite many years.
Have you seen a wireless guitar connector? much cooler.
For the sony tab, I am realizing all it's function now with a usb/VGA extention cable. why bother?
I really hate to say this, the blurb had an unacceptable level of technical problems, i.e. "system" instead of "spectrum", and the final 15 words being incompetent garbage. Highly unprofessional. (the Sennheiser blurb)
The Lytro camera is very cool. I'm sure each of us has a few photos that are out of focus, but could not be re-taken -- action shots, or those rare events that were captured at just the right moment, which happened to occur before the autofocus had settled.
The Wipnet gadget is something I would personally be very interested in. Some of us have coax in the walls throughout the house, but not CAT5 cables, and would love to connect our desktop PCs and TVs to Ethernet instead of WiFi.
The Biscotti TV Phone falls in the "what were they thinking?" category. Is it really meant to sit on top of a TV set? Modern LCD TVs are so thin, you can't sit anything on top of them.
None other than the tab from Sony is of much appealing to my likings.
Why the tab from Sony is stands ahead of all others in the market? Has anybody experienced it? Does the feature mentioned in this article make big sense?
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