iRobot releases yet another updated Roomba vaccuum, this time with automatic scheduling capabilities.
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Building off strong consumer use of Bluetooth, Wacom has finally made us a Graphire graphics tablet that is completely cordless, making it perfect for sitting and positioning for painting or retouching work.
We’ll be starting to give you some of our weekly picks for great deals around the net. Check back often!
Square7, a UK communications company, has just launched their Skype wireless phone handset – for the moment in the UK only.
VTech is the latest company to jump on the Skype bandwagon – but they’re the first in the US to announce a full cordless handset system.
The new Wallflower 2 Networked Digital Picture Frame looks like it will own the mid-price digital frame market with an incredible feature set.
For anyone who constantly hunts for the best Wi-Fi signal in hotspots, the new Digital Hotspotter Wi-Fi detector from Canary Wireless might be the thing for you.
LED lighting is preparing to take over the world, from flood lights to desk lights to night lights. And Enlux just won the Popular Science Grand Award for home technology for their part in this revolution.
For the gadget addicts, the Swatch Paparazzi Watch is definitely going to be one of the hip new products this holiday season.
New Yorkers get the first look at Sony’s new QUALIA product line, at today’s grand opening of the first QUALIA store in the U.S.
Verizon has come up with innovative new PC software that gives feedback and control over home phone, email, voicemail, and more. This may be the killer app of 2004!
Well, this is a pretty cool announcement. Digital Lifestyles Group, the re-incarnation of the original Northgate management group, has taken the wraps off its new digital lifestyle platform targeted at teenagers. The new platform, “hip-e”, pulls together all the aspects of the average teen: instant messaging, TV, internet, CD, DVD, MP3 playback, and even a custom Sprint cellphone. We’re trying to get an early look at this exciting new venture!
This looks to be a great way to get instant gratification of those great shots, whether at home or on the road. Compact size, high quality, and decent cost, all add up to a potentially great package. We’ll have to take a first-hand look at this unit.
Just in time for MacWorld Boston, PhotoVu has announced a new version of their Wireless Digital Picture Frame, the new PV1910 model. With iPhoto support, it’ll certainly be a hit for Mac homes, but we think it offers much more than that.
This should be a great product for the digital-camera addicted out there – immediate gratification of seeing photos ‘framed’ even before having them on paper.
These are beyond the price range of the ‘average consumer’, but I still thought it’d be of interest to all you gadget geeks out there!
With all the new consumer electronics devices to control, DVDs, TVs, home theater setups, PVRs, etc., the need for better universal remotes continues to grow – and it looks like RadioShack remains at the head of the pack with its latest sub-$100 remote.
The new Streamium LCD television with WiFi connectivity, and the Philips HDD070 slimline MP3 player, are definitely on the top of our list for review in 2004!
The new Philips lineup of Streamium technology products are being announced at CeBIT, and they look to form the core of the evolving digital hub. We can’t wait to see how they perform!
This looks like a truly cool new product, expanding the digital picture frame market into more home-customized solutions. We can’t wait to get our hands on one!