According to the BGR, AT&T is soon going to be offering the Samsung BlackJack II in Pink and Blue. These two new models have already appeared in stores, boasting a white front and either blue or pink back casing. At the same price as the original BlackJack II, there’s no reason not to spice things up a little with new colours!
Nikon’s D700 is a new, high-powered DSLR geared towards the prosumer market (especially with its $2,999 pricetag). Serious photographers will drool over this camera: it comes with a 12.1 megapixel FX-format CMOS sensor with Nikon’s EXPEED image processing technology, ISO sensitivity of up to 6400, continuous 5fps shooting, a 3 inch VGA colour monitor with 170 degree viewing capabilities, a tough magnesium body, two living shooting modes, Dynamic Integrated Dust Reduction System, Nikon’s Scene Recognition System, and built-in flash. To see the D700’s product page, click here!
The MusicPad Pro Tablet seems like a useful electronic for composing musicians. The MusicPad Pro has a 12.1″ TFT colour touch screen display, 1024×768 resolution, 64 mb of internal memory, video/audio out, 2 USB ports, and is extremely portable. With the MusicPad Pro, you gain access to FreeHand’s online store of downloadable sheet music, where prices range from $1.95 to $59.95. Although the MusicPad Pro is aimed at musicians, I would imagine that not many musicians would be able to afford it at its hefty price of $899. Click here for more details.
Sony is bringing out the spring colours for its “Draw the Line” decorating ideas for home and kitchens. These 20-inch KLV-20S400A TVs are perfect for brightening any kitchen, bedroom, or family room. Available in pink, green, orange, blue, and black and white, the Sony 20-inch KLV-20S400A will drop in Asia this summer. More info here.