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Samsung i8510 8 Megapixel Cameraphone

Posted in Phones, Samsung by Danielle on July 31st, 2008.


Samsung recently announced the i8510: an amazing 8.0 Megapixel Cameraphone! Also known as INNOV8, the Samsung i8510 will launch in August for Europe and in September for the rest of the world. The Samsung i8510 proudly features HSDPA 7.2 Mbps (900/2100), EDGE / GPRS (850/900/1800/1900), Symbian OS V9.3, a 2.8-inch VGA 16M TFT LCD screen, a 8MP CMOS with Auto Flash and Dual Power LED, Image Stabilizion, Face Detecting Software, and Auto-Panorama Shot. There are also included media players, A-GPS, and FM Radio with RDS. The i8510 can support up to 510 minutes of talk time and up to 310 hours of standby. Read more here!


Sony NW-E020F Disney Mp3 Players

Posted in Mp3 Players, Sony by Danielle on June 16th, 2008.


What this world needs is more Disney themed objects . That’s what Sony must have thought when they created the NW-E020F Disney Themed Mp3 Players. With memory capacities of either 1 or 2 GB and few other features, Sony is not going to make a killing off the unmemorable NW-E020F Mp3 Players. The 1 GB model will cost €50 ($77 USD) and the 2 GB model will run €55 ($85 USD). If you feel so inclined, you could read more here.

Green House Launches New Mp3 Player

Posted in Mp3 Players by Danielle on March 18th, 2008.


One of the smaller mp3 producers, Green House, just launched a new line of Mp3 Players- the GH-KANAGTR-2G. With a minimalistic design, an OLED LCD display, MP3/WMA support, 2 GB of internal memory, 7 EQ Presets, and an onboard FM transmitter, so that you can enjoy your Mp3s in your car without having to buy an expensive adaptor. Additionally, the Mp3 Player can double as an external memory drive! Available in black, red, or silver, the GH-KANAGTR-2G retails for 8,980 yen (about 92 USD).

Guitar Rising: Learn to be a Real Guitar Hero

Posted in Games by Danielle on February 24th, 2008.


For all of you guitar hero junkies, who have been playing guitar hero for years, but can’t play a single note on a real guitar, Guitar Rising may be for you. Basically, Guitar Rising is a video game where you use a real guitar in order to learn how to play real songs. You can slow down or speed up the songs or play them on varying levels of difficulty. According to the official website, “Beginner difficulty levels are designed for non-guitar players and hard difficulties will challenge experienced guitarists.” Look for Guitar Rising later in 2008 for a currently unknown price.

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Cute and Adorable Gadgets Christmas Gift List 2007

Posted in Christmas by Danielle on December 19th, 2007.

It’s that time of year again, and Cute and Adorable Gadgets is proud to provide you with a list of popular gadgets for your friends, family, and co-workers during the Holiday Season.

Video Games


Rock Band: One of the most popular and anticipated games of this year, especially among teens, the Rock Band bundle retails for $170 from Amazon and other retailers. Since Rock Band is in such great demand, you might one to pick one up ASAP.

Guitar Hero III: Guitar Hero III is on almost every video gamer’s wish list for Christmas. Buy the bundle from Amazon for a price of $90.

Wii: The Wii has the broadest appeal of all gaming devices; it has converted many a non-gamer and continues to intrigue gamers across a wide spectrum of age. Because it’s so popular, the Wii is hard to find. If you’re lucky, you might be able to find one with this Wii Tracker.



Canon Powershot SD850 IS: As a top rated camera, the Canon Powershot SD850 is a good camera for beginners and intermediate consumers and comes packed with picture settings. Pick one up from Amazon for $250.

Nikon D80: The feature packed DSLR camera, the D80, makes a great gift for more advanced camera users. Buy one here for $780.

Mp3 Players


Apple’s iPod Touch: This is probably the best designed mp3 player on the market. In addition to looking good, the iPod touch has a touch screen (duh) and comes in 8 or 16GB. Buy from Apple for $300 or $400. If price is a problem, then check out the iPod Nano (starting at $150) or iPod Shuffle ($79).

Creative Zen: Although the Creative Zen isn’t as popular as the iPod, the Zen still boasts tons of features that the iPod lacks (like an FM tuner, significantly greater battery life, or expandable memory for example). Buy here from Creative for a starting price of $79 for the 2GB version.



Nokia N810 Internet Tablet: The Nokia N810 is the phone closest to a laptop. Buy the Internet tablet here for $459, and allow that special someone to check their email and web-browse wherever his or her heart desires.

iPhone: The iPhone is all the rage among consumers. As long as the gift receiver isn’t expecting a business smart-phone, the iPhone is a sure bet. Buy from Apple for $400.

Nokia N95: The perfect phone for a business person. Buy the Nokia N95 here for $750 and bring the joy of Christmas in the form of a multi-media device.

Helio Ocean: The funky dual sliding Helio Ocean is a big hit among teens. Buy the Helio Ocean from Helio for $200.

LG Choclate VX8550: The LG Chocolate is the it phone of 2007. Buy one from Verizon for $88.



Alienware Area 51 m9750: The 17 inch gaming laptop from Alienware is not for the faint of heart. As ZDNET writes “It’s really hard to put it down into words just how good this notebook is without making everything sound like marketing hype.” Buy one from Alienware, starting at $1,699.

Macbook: A cute, well designed, affordable notebook is hard to come by these days. Additionally, it can run Windows through Boot Camp or Parallels. Check it out here (it retails starting at $1,099).



Western Digital MyBook: Affordable and easy one-button back up storage devices range from 500 GB ($170 here) to 2 TB of storage ($700 here).

Eye-Fi Wireless 2GB SD Card: The Eye-Fi Wireless 2GB SD Card wirelessly uploads pictures to your computer. Although it’s a bit expensive ($99), it would make a great gift for a techie. Buy from Amazon here.

Random Technology


Pleo: This robot dinosaur never ceases to amuse me. Buy it from Amazon for $350. In order to ensure that you get one in time for Christmas, you might want to check Ebay (Amazon is currently out of stock).

Robot R2D2: This will please the Star Wars fans: a Robot R2D2 from Hammacher Schlemmer for $120.

Garmin Nuvi 660: Or any comparable GPS device, for that matter. Buy from Amazon for $475.

DeLonghi CGH800-U Retro Panini Press: Not all people are technology geeks, but everyone loves a good melted sandwich. You can find the DeLonghi Panini Press at Amazon for $74.

Audio-Technica ATH-ANC7 Noise Cancelling Headphones: Noise cancelling headphones are all the rage these days, and these Audio-Technica headphones reduce environmental noise by up to 85%. Buy here for $125.

And this concludes Cute and Adorable Gadgets’ Holiday Gift List for 2007. Hopefully, this gift guide will aide you during the Christmas rush. Merry Christmas!!

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