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Headphones Pro Team Fnatic Game And Limited Edition SteelSeries Mouse

DreamHack Winter, the largest festival of digital world and LAN party starts, SteelSeries and one of the most recognized and meet the teams play, the team Fnatic, Fnatic the introduction of SteelSeries SteelSeries 7H headset and Limited Edition Limited Edition Sensei Fnatic mouse. Available now SteelSeries Web Shop Limited Edition headphone has units 7H 50 mm driver with a new dynamic, noise insulation pads SNDBlock, while the Limited Edition features the award winning Sensei, as its 32-bit ARM processor that SteelSeries powers ExactTech parameters and customization capabilities, which are housed in an ambidextrous design in black, orange and white and backlit logo Fnatic Fnatic team.

"We sponsor and work with a number of professional players are incredibly talented and proud to say that Fnatic Team is part of this family," says Kim Rom, SteelSeries CMO. "We have been supporters and workers, as well as fans of the talents that the Fnatic team for a long time we thought …

RIM Gives Enterprise Customers Might Start Begging Playbooks

It has reduced the price, promised the moon on a stick to upgrade the OS next year and now Research in Motion has resorted to only give away the BlackBerry PlayBook besieged. Buy a copy of the BlackBerry Enterprise Server v5 between now and the end of the year and you'll bag a tablet of 16 GB free. The offer is open to everyone in the U.S. and Canada - except Quebec - which means that the tablet is the packaging of the full BlackBerry experience (no e-mail, messaging, calendar ...).

Mazda Motor Corp.: World Premiere Of Mazda I-ELOOP 'capacitor-based Regenerative Brakes For Cars

HIROSHIMA, Japan-Mazda Motor Corporation has developed the first passenger vehicle braking regeneration system that uses a capacitor. The revolutionary, calling Mazda i-'begin ELOOP appear on Mazda vehicles in 2012. In the real world driving conditions with frequent acceleration and braking, i-ELOOP 'improves fuel economy by about 10 percent.

Mazda regenerative braking system is unique because it uses a capacitor, an electrical component that temporarily stores large amounts of electricity. Compared to batteries, capacitors can be loaded and unloaded quickly and are resistant to deterioration from prolonged use. 'I-ELOOP' efficiently converts kinetic energy into electricity vehicle as it slows, and uses electricity to power the climate control, audio system and many other electrical components.

Regenerative braking system is growing in popularity as a fuel saving technology. They use an electric motor or the battery charger to generate electricity as the vehicle slows …

Motorola XT615 Formalizes Cameo FCC

Yes, the latest smartphone from Motorola Slinky Delgado just cleared the FCC, but before you get too excited, nothing has changed. By all appearances, the XT615 is focused exclusively on the international market with WCDMA 2100/900 MHz dual band. Of course, it is certainly useful here in the States (a pinch) with Quad-band GSM support, but if you need a slim, ultra-fast LTE, which are much better with its more powerful brother. Oh, damn it.

Lenovo's Diminutive Dishes Out $ 349 HTPC Multimedia Q180

announced today the idea of ​​the center Q180 - Desktop PC consumer is not bigger than a paperback book, yet powerful enough to transform the digital TV media center for playing music, videos, games, Web browsing and more.
"With the IdeaCentre Q180, we increased our participation in the compact class PC," said Nick Reynolds, General Manager, Marketing Product Group, Lenovo. "With the latest HD graphics and Blu-ray 3D playback, Q180, it is possible for consumers to change the way they enjoy multimedia and internet in their rooms at an affordable price. "
The compact size, perfect for entertainment center
Low weight and size similar to a paperback book - only 22 mm thick - the world's smallest PC yet packs a punch and comes with the latest technology. With an Intel ® Atom ™ dual core, up to 4GB of DDR3 memory, 750GB hard drive as storage or 128 GB SSD storage and Wi-Fi is 802.11bgn Q180 is equipped with a VESA mount, which allows flexible mounting anywhere in your h…

USB Flash Drive Modular Concept Offers A New Way To Sort Your Data

USB drives can come in all shapes and sizes these days, but they all basically gives you two options: you can buy a great effort to save as much data as possible, or juggle a lot of training if you want to keep things separate. Hyunsoo Song developer has proposed an alternative to this so-called Amoeba modular USB key, but allows you to sort your data on each disk that can be used independently or together as both a large disk. The idea there is that you can keep the discs as well as most of the time, and just take the relevant section if you want to share photos or videos with anyone. Of course, the key word "concept", but it's not exactly the kingdom away from the possibility, as some others we have seen.

XS-1 Bridge Fujifilm 26x Optical Zoom, EXR Sensor, 699 Pounds In The UK (video)

The X series cameras Fujifilm has a bonus third model, the X-S1, due to launch in the UK in February 2012. The XS-1 represents a new type of bridge. With a 26x optical zoom Fujinon lens technology with EXR sensor in the X10, the X-S1 is the photographer in control.
The S1-X is ideal for the photographer and safari trips - which offers excellent picture quality, zoom wide coverage and increased maneuverability.
Versatility optical
The centerpiece of the X-S1 is the Fujinon 26x optical zoom incredible. Offers a 24-624mm (35mm equivalent), it fits perfectly with all photographic needs and has a bright f/2.8 maximum aperture at wide angle.
The optical range is powered by Fujifilm intelligent digital zoom capability, which effectively doubles the zoom range without the drop in image quality tradititionally seen in older computer models Consequently, the X-S1 offers users incredible 52x zoom range 24-1248mm (35mm equivalent).
Optically, the lens is a Fujinon lens elements 17, including four asph…

Flash For Android Is Not Quite Dead, Will Land On Ice Cream Sandwich At Year End

Those of you lucky enough to get your mitts on a Nexus Galaxy may have noticed something strange - no flash in the market for champagne room Android. Put the latest version of Adobe multimedia plug-ins are not compatible with the latest mobile operating system from Google. Do not panic right away even though the end is near for mobile Flash, it still has one more drop left in it and will offer compatibility ICS. Adobe says people over at Pocket-lint, "[he] will release a larger version of Flash Player for mobile browsing, which provide support for Android 4.0." Or, if you're a glass half empty type , ICS will be your last chance to surf the "full" web Android. The final version of the mobile plug-in will also be accompanied by a final version of the Linux porting kit - after the HTML5 better hopefully hit really its approach.

Nook Tablet Is Shot Down, Unlocked The Secrets Of The Clip

After teardown of the fire last week, Barnes & Noble, a new board must have been shaking in boots. Tablet Nook was the only time in the ', knife, screwdriver kit iFixit site. In fact, the devil is not a whole lot of unexpected things happening inside the $ 249, according to the website. Not the battery, which is still emblazoned with the "NOOKCOLOR" under the model number, despite the new boards, the better battery life. And then there's the SanDisk 16GB of storage and 1GHz dual-core processors.

Sprint Express ™ Now Available For Just $ 19.99, Customizable Experience With The 2.3 Android With Sprint ID

Express from Sprint is available now through Sprint telesales (1-800-SPRINT1), Web Sales ( and can be ordered at any Sprint retail store. It costs only $ 19.99 (excluding taxes) with a new line activation (or eligible upgrade), is Contract data plan with all premium data add-on and two years after a By e-rewards card $ 50 discount.  Express, Sprint is a very inexpensive device boasts candy bar-style Android 2.3 and with Sprint ID, which takes mobile personalization to a new level. It has a 2.6 inch capacitive touch screen, full QWERTY keyboard and access to Sprint ID packs to choose. It is an easy to use for socially connected smartphones the consumer.
The main features include:
• Android 2.3, gingerbread, Sprint ID with customizable user interface • Full QWERTY keyboard • 2.6-inch capacitive touch screen • 3.2 megapixel camera and camcorder to capture the moments immediately • capacity of 3G hotspot for up to five devices simultaneously • WiFi b / g / n capable • a large batter…

Who Needs Feet? SteelSeries Simraceway SRW Wheel Pedal-S1 Is At Your Fingertips

Time to face the facts - your small apartment space is not just a fancy wheel and pedal set, but the clunky game devices you're not closer to the rim winners. What is a travel fanatic to do? SteelSeries is the idea: Hold the steering wheel, pedals to kill. Equipped with buttons enough to make a real F1 steering wheel blush, SteelSeries Simraceway SRW-S1 swap the wheel of the traditional quartet foot petal peripherals finger paddles ready saddled the rear of the driver. The motion sensor provides shade Mario Kart wheel shine, and eliminates cumbersome to install the steering column. SRW-S1 will cost $ 120, and the score just enough space for the La-Z-Boy you've always wanted. Read the official press release on the steering wheel and a video after the break.

SMK-Link Electronics Announces New Ultra Mini Wireless Keyboard Touchpad

New game style wireless controller input device puts cursor navigation, text input, multimedia and audio controls in the palm of your hand

SMK-Link Electronics Corporation, a subsidiary of SMK Electronics, a leading producer of OEM remotes in the world, today announced the availability of Wireless Touchpad Keyboard Ultra-Mini. With a built-in touchpad and raised button QWERTY keyboard, this new game controller input device to bring the style of home theater, music, presentations and web applications in the palm of your hand - up to 30 meters. Both PC Windows ® and Apple ® Mac ® versions are available. U.S. manufacturer's suggested price is $ 69.99.

"Our new wireless keyboard touchpad Ultra-Mini is designed to be the perfect companion for the control of the computer across the room," said John Blair, general manager of branded products for SMK-Link. "The controller Thurs-like shape is recognizable in his hand Enter text using the QWERTY keyboard left button is quick …

Jay Leno Chevy Volt Is Still The Original Tank, 11000 Miles Later

What daily driver can select when you're rockin 'a stock of over one hundred whips enviable? Well, if you happen to be a famous comedian named Jay Leno, apparently, is the Chevrolet Volt. Since the purchase of plug-in car last year, the star of a late night "still put gas in it," despite accumulating over 11,000 miles driving to and from what we assume be the Tonight Show. Not everyone was happy for a free petrol car that Leno has been exceeded the vehicle's electrical 40-ish mile to more than a few times, burning through about half the tank of the car. In this rate, the need to fill Volts by this time next year - or not, unless additional slot kerfuffle.

Adobe Product Manager For Apple Fingers Of The Death Of The Flash Player To Mobile

Adobe battles with Apple has not exactly been a secret in the past two years, but the death of Flash Player Mobile has brought back the tragedy in the front. Mike Chambers, principal product manager for Flash, took his personal website today to shed light on the rapid decline of Adobe, pointing his finger directly on Apple's refusal to have the player's mobile operating system. He said:
It should be fairly obvious, but given the fragmentation of the mobile market, and the fact that one of the major mobile platforms (Apple IOS) did not allow the flash drive into the browser, Flash player is not on track to reach anywhere near the ubiquity of Flash Player on desktop computers ... Just to be clear on this point. No matter what we did, the Flash player is not available on Apple iOS anytime in the foreseeable future.
This, combined with the "strong support for HTML5 through modern equipment," was apparently enough to drive the final nail in the coffin of Flash. Other rooms …

Logitech Alert Add Dropbox Storage

More than a year ago, we introduced the Logitech Alert ™ HD Digital Video Security System, which allows you to watch over the people and places that interest you most. Today I am happy to announce that you can now choose from a secure remote video storage Logitech Alert.
With Dropbox - and more alert in the video storage device from Logitech existing PC backup - they now have an additional storage option gives you even more parts of the mind. Whether at home or on the road, automatic backup and password protection ensures that Dropbox Alert Logitech HD videos stored on your PC are automatically downloaded and securely to the cloud. Dropbox uses security methods that banks for data transfer and storage - adding that extra layer of data protection - so you can be sure videotapes remain private and protected.
From now on, Logitech Alert users access to a variety of packages Dropbox storage - ranging from a free initial service for up to 2 GBS, an upgrade from 50 GB to service $ 9.99 per mo…