Say hello to the world’s smallest karaoke machine. Measuring a mere 2.75″x2.75″x2.75″ cube, the Tomy Hi-Kara Karaoke Machine has a 2.4 inch screen that displays song lyrics and animated graphics. In order to actually use the machine, you’ll have to download songs from the Hi-Kara website. There are two microphone/headset devices, and the Karaoke Machine is available in pink or white. Read more here!
The MPIO MO100 DAP plays/displays MP3/WMA/SMV/JPEG/BMP formats. It has a 1.8 inch screen with 128×160 resolution and 65k colours, FM radio, and voice recording capabilities. Right now, the MPIO MO100 is only available in 1 GB, but will also be available in 2 GB and 4 GB. It has USB connectivity, and 12 hours of continuous playback. Even though the MPIO MO100 may not dazzle and amaze you, it at least shines in the press photo.
This Robotic LCD/Plasma mount would be a great accessory for a new HDTV. It can hold displays from 37 to 63 inches, and is able to tilt 7 degrees upwards, 25 degrees downwards, and has a right to left swivel angle of 56 degrees. The plasma mount comes with a RS-232 port as well as an IR remote. The Robotic LCD/Plasma mount can be yours for the price of $1,299.99 from Smart Home.
Having difficulting finding the perfect gift for someone dear? Well, have no fear, then, for the Cute and Adorable Gadgets blog has made its Holiday Gift Guide for the $100-$400 range. The gifts on this guide would be perfect for family members such as brother and sisters, or mothers, fathers, and grandparents, or friends and work associates. Happy shopping, and have a Merry Christmas! You might also want to check out the Cute and Adorable Gadgets Holiday Gift Guide: Under $100.
Nintendo Wii- The most revolutionary next gen gaming console, the Wii has impressed many, and made many new raving fans. Included with the Wii comes the Wii Remote, Nunchuck Attachment, and Wii Sports. $250- At Most Electronics Retailers.
Video iPod- The Video iPod is a safe bet for any friend or family member who is currently without a good mp3 player. The only exceptions to this, of course, would be those fervently anti-iPod, or perhaps the Zune fanboys. Otherwise, your friend, like 80% of the US public, would love a Video iPod. Plus, you can even get them personally engraved. Starting at $250- Apple.
Casio Exilim EX-Z70- A 7.2 megapixel camera jammed pack with features, including a 2.5 inch LCD screen, 3x optical zoom, and digital image stabilization, this camera is sure to make anyone smile. $200-Amazon.
Philips 8 Inch Digital Picture Frame- One of the best digital frames out there, Philips 8″ digital picture frame displays photos in high resolution, has a 8 hour battery life, internal memory (can hold 60 photos) and accepts CompactFlash Card type I, Memory Stick, Memory Stick PRO, MultiMediaCard and SD Memory Cards. Amazon- $219.
Motorola KRZR K1- The successor to the RAZR, the Motorola KRZR K1 is the newest “it phone”. Free with new contract at Sprint or Verizon. The KRZR is available in either black or cosmic blue. Unlocked KRZR, $335- Amazon.
MyBook External Hard Drives- Excellent external hard drive storage, designed to mimic the appearance of a book upon a bookshelf. Ranging from 250 GB to 500 GB for the Essential Edition. $127.95 or $239.95- Dell.
iRobot Roomba 4100/4300- No more quibbling over who’s turn it is to vacuum, just let Roomba due its job! The iRobot Roomba is an automatic vacuum, with a 7 hour rechargable battery. $163.32- Amazon.
Canon Elura 100 MiniDV Camcorder- An excellent entry level camcorder, Canon’s Elura sports a 20x zoom lens, a 2.7 widescreen LCD, and has Smooth Zoom Control, as well as a very compact design. $350- Amazon.
It appears that Sony is trying to copy Apple’s popular “I’m a PC, and I’m a Mac” ads.
On Sony’s Australian Website, Sony is marketing itself as “the non-pc, pc”, whatever that’s supposed to mean. It also displays the pictures of the familiar “I’m a Mac” and “I’m a PC” figures. Anyways, let’s just wait and see if Sony’s campaign to market itself as a stylish, fun-loving, adolescent girl is sucessful.