Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Banana - Hobby Tank !

"New 2009 Super Pro Edition 1/24 VsTank Pro Japanese JGSDF Type 90 Airsoft Radio Remote Control RC Battle Tank Superb Quality!!!"

  • Item No: 1714
  • List Price: $250.00
  • On Sale: $99.90

  • The Type 90(Japanese: ??????? ???? Kanji: 90???) is the current main battle tank (MBT) of the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force (JGSDF). It is built by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and was designed as a replacement for all deployed Type 61s and a portion of their Type 74 tanks. After the adoption of the Type 74, the Japanese High Command was already looking for a superior, completely indigenous tank design to defeat the Soviet T-72. As a result, development of a prototype, the TK-X MBT began in 1982. Testing, improvements, and designs were modified and constructed until 1989 when Japan formally acknowledged the Type-90 in 1990.

  • This is the latest 2009 version of the VsTank Pro, featuring the Japanese JGSDF Type 90 Battle Tank.

  • The 2009 VsTank Pro features a completely new control and battle system to provide continuous movement and 3D battling functions, never seen before in 1/24 scale RC tanks.

  • The VsTank Pro battle tanks are high quality models, and Just one look, I’m sure that you will agree that even when not in use the VsTank Pro makes a great static display model which is sure to be a talking point for anyone who sees it.

  • The VsTank Pro Airsoft Battle tanks are Great fun. They incoporate lights and sounds to enhance the experience of your RC battles. These Tanks have an airsoft system that could shoot BB bullets up to 25m (82 ft).

  • Requires 6 AA batteries for the transmitter and 8 AA batteries for the tank. Bands are randomly chosen but we will not ship two tanks with the same bands unless unavailable.

  • The VsTank Pro Arisoft series is for people who want to utilize our powerful long distance airsoft system, where an airsfot BB bullet can go as far as 25 meters. The Airsoft series also sports recodlling action and sound for added realosm. Compared with other airsoft RC tanks in the market, this is the cream of the crop.

  • 1/24 VsTank Pro Japanese JGSDF Type 90 Airsoft Radio Remote Control RC Battle Tank


  • 1/24 scale with high details
  • Full function controls (Forward, reverse, left and right real-life movement)
  • Turret rotates up to 330° and can also rotate while tank is running
  • Three forward speeds, two turning speeds, one speed for reverse, reverse/turns
  • Cannon shoots BB bullets up to 82ft (25m)
  • Up to six tanks can engage in battle at once
  • Painted driver figure and machine guns can be installed to add detail
  • All-wheel spension and rubber caterpillar treads tackle rugged terrain as well as 35° inclines
  • Working front and back lights
  • Working back directional light, interact with the movement of tank
  • Complete Kit, Ready to Run (Everything is included and 100% assembled -- only required 8 AA batteries for the tank and 6 AA battery for the transmitter to start battling)

    2007 Version New Features:

  • NEW continuous movement
  • NEW recoil cannon design
  • NEW One button turning
  • NEW One button rotation
  • NEW two-hand controller
  • NEW factory painted weathering body
  • Front and Rear Lights up

    Airsoft Battle Features:

  • BB shooting system as far as 25m (82 ft)
  • Battle with up to 5 other people using different bands
  • Tread movement sounds
  • Recoiling action and firing sound when shooting


  • Length: 410mm (16")
  • Width: 152mm (6")
  • Height: 135mm (5.3")
  • Climbing Power: 35°
  • Max Shooting Distance: 25m (82ft)
  • Turret's Max Rotating Angle: 330°
  • Turret's Max Vertical Angle: 20°

    Package Includes:

  • Tank (8x AA battery not included)
  • 2-hand transmitter (6x AA battery not included)
  • Pre-build Tank Commander and Machine Gun set
  • Two Antennas
  • English manual

" What do you Think This New 2009 Super Pro RC Battle Tank from Banana - Hobby toy Tank !!! "

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Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Did you know......Chemical

  • that Chemical Agent Identification Sets formerly used by the U.S. military included bottles of sulfur mustard (pictured) used to purposely contaminate terrain and equipment for training?
  • that of over 1,000 stone Buddha statues that once existed at the Korean Buddhist temple Unjusa, only 91 remain intact?
  • that stick candy, a form of hard candy with a colorful, barber pole-like spiral design, has a long history in the United States, dating to at least as early as 1837?
  • that English businessman David Ross was named one of the 100 richest people in the United Kingdom by The Sunday Times?
  • that the 14"/50 caliber gun was slated to be the main armament for the Lexington-class battlecruiser, but that class was redesigned in 1917?
  • that Keiz┼Ź Tsukamoto set a Guinness World Record by creating the cover art for more than 1,900 issues of Weekly Manga Times starting in 1970?
  • that Birket Israel, once the largest reservoir in Jerusalem, is now a parking lot?
  • that while filming 1991's Barton Fink, the Coen brothers were contacted by an animal-rights group concerned about their treatment of mosquitoes?



  • Throughout the military's use of CAIS they were known by several different common names aside from Chemical Agent Identification Sets. The other names were: Toxic Gas Sets, Chemical Agent Identification Training Sets, Instructional War Gas Identification Sets, Detonation War Gas Identification Sets, and Instructional Gas Identification Replacement Sets.

    General history

  • CAIS were used by all branches of the United States military for training in detection, handling and familiarization with chemical warfare agents between the 1930s and 1960s.The U.S. Army used CAIS to train its soldiers from 1928 until 1969. During this time period more than 100,000 CAIS units were produced by all branches of the military.CAIS were declared obsolete in 1971 and systematically recalled from military installations during two operations. The first recall operation, Operation Set Consolidation I (SETCON I), was in 1978; SETCON II followed on in 1980.

    Chemical agents

  • Each of the CAIS held between one and five different chemical agents. The agents used in CAIS were phosgene, adamsite, lewisite, cyanogen chloride, chloroacetophenone, sarin, nitrogen mustard, sulfur mustard and chloropicrin. In addition, triphosgene, a phosgene simulant, and ethyl malonate, a tabun simulant were also used. Sarin was the only nerve agent used in CAIS.

    Disposal programs

  • Following the recall operations of the late 1970s and early 1980s, 21,400 CAIS were sent to Rocky Mountain Arsenal where they were destroyed by incineration. The destroyed CAIS represented the entire stockpile then in storage. This initial disposal took place from May-October 1979 and again from May 1981-December 1982.

    Though the stockpile of CAIS were destroyed decades ago, there remained the problem of what to do with CAIS found buried underground. Most of the other 80,000 or so CAIS were used during training but some were disposed of, the primary method of disposal was burial. The U.S. Army Chemical Materials Agency was assigned the task of destroying CAIS as they were found, usually through ongoing construction projects. When CAIS items are found the Chemical Materials Agency's Non-Stockpile Chemical Materiel Project (NSCMP) is tasked to destroy them via one of two mobile treatment systems.

    U.S. Army Chemical Materials Agency, Non-Stockpile Chemical Materiel Project (NSCMP)

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  • Monday, December 15, 2008

    Microsoft releases its first iPhone app

    Is it possible some at Microsoft find the iPhone a more attractive platform than the software giant's own Windows Mobile?

    Engineers in the company's Live Labs have released the company's first application for Apple's popular smartphone--even before making it available on Microsoft's own mobile platform. Seadragon Mobile, which was added to Apple's App Store on Saturday, is a free image-browsing app that allows users to quickly "deep zoom" images while online and is intended to demonstrate what is possible with a mobile platform.

    Seadragon is the backbone for Microsoft's Photosynth, which allows users to take a grouping of photographs and stitch them together into a faux 3D environment.

    The iPhone could hamper or enhance productivity in Australian businesses but whatever happens, the iPhone resource guide contains everything you need to know about Apple's highly anticipated mobile device.

    While parts of the iPhone 3G are superb, there are still some big features missing from this device. If you add up the extras the iPhone doesn't seem like a phone that everyone can afford.

  • Design
    Simplicity is the key, and typical of Apple's product range. Physically and in regards to the interface, simplicity is what drives its design, and for the most part it works well. Apple is so confident of the design that it doesn't include a manual in the box. We're not ashamed to admit we've needed Google several times to show us how to perform certain tasks.

    The iPhone 3G feels as good as it looks. Its slick glossy exterior fits perfectly in your hand, and feels comfortable against your face. The 3.5-inch display is bright and clear, and never leaves you wishing it were bigger or easier to read.

    • The good:
      3G, Wi-Fi and GPS
      Outstanding Safari browser and email
      iPod app is great
      App Store is best of its kind
    • The bad:
      No navigation software
      Dismal camera app
      Disappointing battery life
      Counter-intuitive menus and settings
    • The bottomline:

      Parts of the iPhone 3G are superb -- Web browsing, email, App Store, GPS -- but these are met in equal measure by elements which are either absent or mediocre. When we use the iPhone 3G, we can't ignore the vast divide between what the iPhone is and what the iPhone really should be, and when we're being asked to pay a premium for this phone it seems unfair for Apple to not include important smartphone functionality.

    • RRP: AU$849.00

    The Apple iPhone 3G has finally landed in Australia. Check out our iPhone Launch Centre for everything iPhone, including news, features, photos, downloads and videos.

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  • Thursday, December 11, 2008

    The Maruti Suzuki Splash!

    " The Maruti Suzuki Splash! car is Indian car. "

    Another i10 Killer
    Sporty Feel
    Swell Interiors

  • Few had thought that the Hyundai i10 would be such an extraordinary success - though it started slow, the sales have boomed in the later half of 2008.

  • But its not all plain sailing for the i10 in 2009 - to beat its closest rival, Hyundai, the largest passenger car maker Maruti will do all it can to hurl the current darling i10 off its throne.

  • Although it was shown as a concept at Maruti Suzuki’s pavilion at Auto Expo ‘08, Splash has been in the international market for a while now. The Splash is Suzuki's fourth strategic world model and is based on the hot selling Swift. Targeting the Indian families, Splash will roll out to Indian roads in Q1 2009.

  • The Maruti Suzuki Splash comes in three engine flavors - a 1.0-litre 3-cylinder petrol unit producing 65 PS and a 1.2-litre 4-cylinder petrol engine developing 86 PS. The 1.2L petrol Splash feature an optional 4-speed automatic transmission.

  • The 1.3L DDiS will deliver 75 horses to the front wheels to reach a 100 clicks in 14 seconds to keep the power-hungry blokes happy while the 165Nm of torque will ensure smooth drivability.

  • The seats are high-set and gift the driver with excellent visibility. The dashboard exudes dynamism and energy. The large speedo in the instrument cluster is complemented by a tachometer which is mounted as a separate unit on the dash.

  • The display below the speedometer gives you vital information like outside temperature, fuel consumption etc. The boot too is extremely spacious and with the seats down would liberate over 1000 liters of storage space.

  • The rear looks rather sporty with a inward angling windscreen and side pillar tail lamps. The flared wheel arches lend the Splash a masculine appeal.

  • The pricing would be a little higher than the Swift in the range of Rs. 4.5-5.5 lakh, which is essentially the same as the Hyundai i10.

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  • Mobile Handhelds & PDAs

    " Pharos Introduces Two New GPS Smartphones "

    November 2008

  • While they're mostly a maker of standalone GPS devices, Pharos has had a line of smartphones for a while. We reviewed their GPS Phone 600 last year and found it to be a slightly uneasy compromise between Windows Mobile Pocket PC and GPS, though it definitely had its strengths. This year's models are the Traveler 117 and 127. Both models are unlocked GSM/EDGE/HSDPA phones that run on T-Mobile's EDGE network or AT&T's 3G HSDPA network. They run Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional with 400 Mhz processors, which we consider the minimum for Windows Mobile to perform well. They have 2-megapixel cameras, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth, and weigh 4.8 ounces.

  • The main difference between the two units is that the Traveler 117 has a 2.8" 640x480 touch screen and no keyboard, and the Traveler 127 has a 2.5", 320x240 screen and a keyboard. The Traveler 127 actually looks a lot like a BlackBerry 8800, if the BlackBerry ran Windows Mobile.

  • The real draw of these phones, of course, is Pharos' navigation software, which will come with each device. Pharos' new Smart Navigator product has some interesting features, such as the ability for families to follow the locations of each others' devices on a map or through the Net - good for caravanning.

  • The Traveler 117 and 127 will be available on December 1 at and, for $529.95.


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  • Casio [ DBC32 Series ]

    Casio Turns up Databank Geek with new colors and Patterns

    Thursday December 11, 2008

    And you thought there was no way to make Casio Databank watches any cooler. Apparently, all you have to do dip them in bright paint and trick out the buttons with funky checkered patterns.

    Such is Casio's way of invigorating the Databank series and giving "Geek-Chic" a whole new look. Why? Because life is not always black and white, says the king of digital watches, offering the limited-edition line in black, green, orange and white.

    Regardless of the color, all Databank timepieces come loaded with the archaic but comfortably familiar features like the 8-digit calculator, auto calendar, and 25-page data storage. The colorful new Databanks are available for $59. Though, strangely, the classic pure-black version costs ten bucks more. View Casio's new timepieces

    DBC32 - 1A
    Price = $ 69.95
  • Record information, calculate with ease and keep track of appointments. This watch makes it all possible with its 25-page databank, 8-digit calculator and 5 multi-function alarms (with text). All of this with the added bonus of a 10-year battery. Black Databank Watch featuring 10-Year Battery.

    DBC32 - 1B
    Price = $ 59.00
  • Because life is not always black and white…these limited edition databank watches will bring you back to your school days. With an array of colors and all the awesome databank functionality you've come to know from Casio, you'll want one in every color. "Geek-Chic" never looked so good.

    DBC32 - 3B
    Price = $ 59.00
  • Because life is not always black and white…these limited edition databank watches will bring you back to your school days. With an array of colors and all the awesome databank functionality you've come to know from Casio, you'll want one in every color. “Geek-Chic” never looked so good.

    DBC32 - 8B
    Price = $ 59.00
  • Because life is not always black and white…these limited edition databank watches will bring you back to your school days. With an array of colors and all the awesome databank functionality you've come to know from Casio, you'll want one in every color. “Geek-Chic” never looked so good.

    DBC32 - 9B
    Price = $ 59.00
  • Because life is not always black and white…these limited edition databank watches will bring you back to your school days. With an array of colors and all the awesome databank functionality you've come to know from Casio, you'll want one in every color. “Geek-Chic” never looked so good.

    Technical Specs.

  • 10 Year Battery
  • 25 Page Databank
    8 letters and 15 numerals per page
    Auto-sort function
  • 13 Language Display
    English, Portuguese, Spanish, French, Dutch, Danish, German, Italian, Swedish, Polish, Romanian, Turkish, Russian
  • 8-Digit Calculator
    Constants for addition, subtraction, multiplication and division
  • Auto LED Light with Afterglow
  • 4 Multi-function Alarms and 1 Multi-function Alarm with Snooze
  • 1/100 second stopwatch
    Measuring capacity: 23:59’59.99”
    Measuring modes: Elapsed time, split time, 1st-2nd place times
  • Hourly Time Signal
  • Auto Calendar (pre-programmed until the year 2099)
  • 12/24 Hour Formats
  • Accuracy: +/-30 seconds per month
  • Battery CR2025
  • Approx. battery life: 10 years
  • Module 2888

    Size of case/total weight
    47.5 x 35.0 x 11.0mm / 38g


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  • HDTV & Home Theater Systems

    The Best Products of 2008

    In a year when the economy isn't going to win "the best of" anything, it's more important than ever to know where to spend your dough.

    It's that time of year--the time when we in the media tend to sum up everything in the world that happened within the year in endless amounts of "Best of..." and "Worst of..." lists. Personally I love those lists--best dressed, worst behaved, best movies, worst slang words, and so on. And it's bonus fun to disagree with them.

    To put 2008 into perspective in the tech world, PCMag editors and analysts put our heads together to let you know which of the year's products--including desktops, laptops, cameras, MP3 players, phones, and much more--we consider to be tops: We considered design, price, value, and overall coolness. Head on over and tell us what we left out!

    Carol Mangis is the senior editor and producer for PC Magazine satellite sites Gearlog, AppScout, and TechnoRide. She recruits, trains, and shepherds staff and freelance writers who post on the sites and is a regular commentator on our weekly podcast, Gearlog Radio. Occasionally, she even posts something herself. She is particularly interested in digital photography, product design, serious games, toasters, emerging tech, Nintendo, and gadgets that light up...ooh!

    Proud to call herself a nerd, Molly K. McLaughlin (A.K.A. Blogging Molly) is a lover of all shiny gadgets, most notably those of the Bluetooth ilk. But she has dominated coverage of duck technology and gadgetry. When she's not blogging, she's an Associate Editor, Reviews for PC Magazine, regularly vomiting out news, review roundups and other works of genius-including Gearlog's famous haiku reviews. She recently earned an M.S. degree from Polytechnic University (the geekiest U in NYC) in Journalism and Technical Writing. Before that she went to NYU for Latin American Studies. (Guess which degree she uses the most today?) Her dream is to someday invent a USB mash-up micro-blogging robot duck with built-in social networking features and Bluetooth capabilities.


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    Wednesday, December 10, 2008

    Laptop Desk

    Portable desks to support your notebook on your lap:

  • Laptop Desks 1.0
  • Price :- $24.95
    our bargain unit

    "Our very first lap desk and perfect when all you need is a portable lap tray for your lap. It's identical to our Laptop Desk 2.0 in design, material and construction except it has no support arm for creating typing angles. The Laptop Desk 1.0 is true black and pewter gray rubber and weighs 1 lb. 4.5 oz."

  • Heat reducing - 8% to10%
  • Stops HOT LEG - once and for all
  • Lightweight - weighs only 1 lb. 6 oz.
  • Thin profile - only 5/8" thick
  • Super-grip rubber surfaces top & bottom
  • 20" X 11" full-sized lap span
  • Strong enough to support a 12 lb. bouncing bowling ball

    The Laptop Desk Original is also our strongest unit and known for its strength as a portable lap desk. It’s so strong that it can support the weight of a 12 lb. bouncing bowling ball. (We know we tested it repeatedly.) It’s not likely you’ll be bouncing your notebook on the 2.0 but if you ever do, at least you know it’ll take the beating. It’s strong because it’s made of Polycarbonate plastic - the strongest natural plastic on the planet. And the heavy duty hinges won’t give even under the weight of a 12 lb. bouncing bowling ball.

    The Original was our first single purpose, fully portable lap desk. It has strips of no-slip rubber on top and bottom for maximum gripping – a total of 66 square inches of gripping rubber on the top surface alone. The Laptop desk Original also has a series of ventilation channels that allow the heat that’s radiating from the bottom of your notebook to escape and draws cool air in to reduce your notebook’s heat build-up. On your lap the Original reduces the heat build-up in your notebook by up to 10%.

    As a lap desk the 2.0 completely spans your lap at 20-1/2” long. Its ergonomic benefit is that it allows your legs to relax naturally so they don’t have to strain being squeezed together to support your notebook. The more relaxed your legs are the longer you can work in comfort and reduce the ergonomic hazards of poor body posture with your notebook computer.

    An additional benefit of the Laptop desk Original is that it acts as a barrier between the heat source of your notebook and your lap. Most of you have heard the stories of people suffering burns from overheated notebooks. The Original prevent the heat from attacking your lap and makes working on your lap more of a pleasure than a discomfort.

    The colors for the Laptop Desk 2.0 are black – both the plastic and no-slip rubber. Opened flat the 2.0 measures 20-1/2” long by 11” wide by 3/8” thick. Folded in half the Futura measures 11” by 10-5/8” by 5/8” thick and weighs 1 lb 6 oz.

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  • Tuesday, December 9, 2008

    GA-EP45-UD3P Ultra Durable 3 Motherboard From Gigabyte

    Intel recently home PC, hand-in-the X58 Express chip set and motherboards on this hand is made with i7 core processors with the release of the much heralded has reached a new plateau. However, core CPUs before i7 borrow from the technology does, there's even one on all four core die, including putting some major changes, the forerunner of North bridge, and die memory controller to support triple channel said in entitle the memory Controller are directly linking DDR3. We as a piece in its release just a few short weeks ago, signs in the early days of adopters with their performance, is, but will be happy as all the major update to go, it's not only a good deal of money in front, but Some patience as well, as new technologies are needed with the kinks get ironed out.

    Today, we back a gigabyte i7 core of the new 3 line is ultra durable, EP45-UD3P from motherboards to see a step to take. As its name suggests, this board from the current mainstream Intel chipset offering is based on the P45 Express. Though we already, the most recent MSI from two recent offerings from the look on our land is covered, that is, P45 Express X48 closely to support for Core 2 processors with a pair of tractors and DDR2 or DDR3 only concerned with is helpful to remember RAM. For most people that what this means is that the EP45-UD3P, as well as other P45 boards, a great to upgrade without breaking the bank makes. We UD3P part of the name, and its effect a little later, but for now here's a look at features and bundle will get it.

    Gigabyte GA-EP45-UD3P
    Specifications and Features

    • Support for Intel Core™ 2 Extreme / Quad / Duo CPUs
    • Also supports Intel® Pentium® Extreme Edition / Intel® Pentium® D / Intel® Pentium® 4 Extreme Edition / Intel® Pentium® 4 and Intel® Celeron® processors in the LGA 775 package
    • L2 cache varies with CPU

    • North Bridge: Intel® P45 Chipset
    • South Bridge: Intel® ICH10R Chipset

    Front Side Bus
    1600/1333/1066/800 MHz

    Main Memory
    • 4 x 1.8V DDR2 DIMM sockets supporting up to 16 GB of system memory
    • Dual channel memory architecture
    • Support for DDR2 1366+*/1066/800/667 MHz memory modules

    South Bridge:
    • 6x SATA 3Gb/s connectors (SATA2_0, SATA2_1, SATA2_2, SATA2_3, SATA2_4, SATA2_5) supporting up to 6 SATA 3Gb/s devices
    • Support for SATA RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 5, and RAID 10
    GIGABYTE SATA2 chip:
    • 1x IDE connector supporting ATA-133/100/66/33 and up to 2 IDE devices
    • 2x SATA 3Gb/s connectors (GSATA2_0, GSATA2_1) supporting up to 2 SATA 3Gb/s devices
    • Support for SATA RAID 0, RAID 1 and JBOD

    iTE IT8718 chip:

    • 1x floppy disk drive connector supporting up to 1 floppy disk drive

    Expansion Slots

    • 1x PCI Express x16 slot, running at x16
    • 1x PCI Express x16 slot, running at x8
    • (The PCIEx16 and PCIEx8 slots support ATI CrossFireX technology and conform to PCI Express 2.0 standard.)
    • 3x PCI Express x1 slot

    PCI slots


    • • Realtek ALC889A codec
    • • High Definition Audio
    • • 2/4/5.1/7.1-channel
    • • Support for Dolby Home Theater
    • • Support for S/PDIF In/Out
    • • Support for CD-In

    • T.I. TSB43AB23 chip
    • Up to 3 IEEE 1394a ports
    (2 on the back panel, 1 via the IEEE 1394a bracket connected to the internal IEEE 1394a header)

    • 2x Realtek 8111C chips (10/100/1000 Mbit)
    • Support for Teaming

    ATI CrossFire
    Supports ATI CrossFire graphics cards (x8, x8)

    On-Board Peripherals
    • 1x 24-pin ATX main power connector
    • 1x 8-pin ATX 12V power connector
    • 1x floppy disk drive connector
    • 1x IDE connector
    • 8x SATA 3Gb/s connectors
    • 1x CPU fan header
    • 2x system fan headers
    • 1x power fan header
    • 1x front panel header
    • 1x front panel audio header
    • 1x CD In connector
    • 1x S/PDIF In header
    • 1x S/PDIF Out header
    • 2x USB 2.0/1.1 headers
    • 1x IEEE 1394a header
    • 1x parallel port header
    • 1x serial port header
    • 1x power LED header
    • 1x chassis intrusion header

    Back Panel I/O Ports
    • 1x PS/2 mouse port
    • 1x PS/2 keyboard/mouse port
    • 1x optical S/PDIF Out connector
    • 1x coaxial S/PDIF Out connector
    • 8x USB 2.0/1.1 ports
    • 2x IEEE 1394a ports
    • 2x RJ-45 ports
    • 6x audio jacks (Center/Subwoofer Speaker Out/Rear Speaker Out/Side Speaker Out/Line

    • 2x 8 Mbit flash
    • Use of licensed AWARD BIOS
    • Support for Dual BIOS
    • PnP 1.0a, DMI 2.0, SM BIOS 2.4, ACPI 1.0b

    Hardware Monitoring
    • System voltage detection
    • CPU/System temperature detection
    • CPU/System/Power fan speed detection
    • CPU overheating warning
    • CPU/System/Power fan fail warning
    • CPU/System fan speed control
    • 30.5cm(L) x 24.4cm(W) ATX Form Factor
    9 mounting holes

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    Samsung SP400 Pocket Projector

    Make a high impression with small Projector

    Here it is in action. It's approximately 2m away from the screen -- which is actually intended for a much larger projector -- but manages to generate an image that's about 50 inches in size. It doesn't run in native widescreen, but just think of the fun you could have with one of these things.

    Demonstration for Samsung SP400 Pocket Projector

    The Samsung P400 Large screen solution with their Pocket Projector. The SAMSUNG P400 combines an ultra compact, modern design with advanced features to ensure you make a big impact. Plus, with easy connectivity to your PC and AV devices

    Back View with VGA Output, Audio Video Pin

    Front View

    Watch full Video for the Samsung SP400 Pocket Projector

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    Saturday, December 6, 2008

    Today Aiptek P - HD Camera

    Hi-Speed HD 720P Camcorder w/ Built-in 2GB Storage

  • Code:HHD21X
  • Price: $169.99
  • Condition: SOLD AS "New"
  • Quantity in Basket: none

    P - HD

    HD Power in the palm of your hand !
    720 HP High Definition video, 5MP Digital snapshots, and an integrated MP3 Player, all complemented by 2GB of built-in memory. Play back directly on your TV & HDTV, upload and share HD video on capture the memories of a lifetime in HD !

    ● 1280 x 720 H.264 Video @60fps
    ● 1280 x 720 H.264 Video @30fps
    ● Up to 3 Mega Pixel Digital Camera
    ● 2GB Built-in Storage
    ● MP3 Player
    ● 2.4" Swivel-Reversible LCD
    ● .MOV Video Format
    ● 2x Digital Zoom w/ Fixed Focus
    ● Night Shot
    ● Flash w/ Red Eye Reduction
    ● HDTV Component Output
    ● 32GB SDHC Card Slot Expansion
    ● Easy Charging via AC or USB
    ● External Microphone Jack

    Refurbished Product Information:

    Some products sold on the Aiptek website are refurbished. All refurbished products are fully tested and cleaned to meet original specifications before being sold. Refurbished models are packed with all the same software and parts as "new" models.

    Extended Warranty Information:

    Some models offer an extended warranty that you may purchase. It gives you 11 more months of coverage (to equal one full year) on select refurbished items we have on our website. The warranty covers any defects in material or workmanship.

    Customer Guarantee:

    Refurbished Products are covered by a 30 day manufacturer's warranty against defect. This warranty covers defects in material or workmanship. The warranty does not cover physical damage, and may be voided by performing unwarranted acts such as opening the unit or modifying the internal components.

    New Products are covered by a 1 year manufacturer's warranty against defect. This warranty covers defects in material or workmanship. The warranty does not cover physical damage, and may be voided by performing unwarranted acts such as opening the unit or modifying the internal components.

    Accessories are covered by 90 day manufacturer's warranty against defect. This warranty covers defects in material or workmanship. The warranty does not cover physical damage.

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  • Friday, December 5, 2008

    Mobile Projectors From Adtec(Japan)

    Apan's recent Adtec AD-MP15A in liquid - Crystal on Silicon (LCoS) mobile projectors, either 640x480 or 800x600 and a 4:3 aspect ratio native resolutions for the good of the beginning. For quick, on-the-means productions go, its battery life is rated at 40 minutes. 200:1 contrast ratio, while the brightness is set at 15 lumens, is rated.

    The 5.5-inch projection screen, or anywhere between about 8 feet from the wall can be kept to. LED's ads-MP15A light source is rated at 20,000 hours. A composite video input connections, an analog Arjib port and a VGA adapter included. A built in a 0.3W mono speaker through the mini audio jack connects.

     Ad-MP15A equal to about $ 430 will cost in access to the Japanese market. In late January, a black version of the device market is expected to come in December 2008

    Tiny projectors are talking about them these days, they still small, and small and soon, no one at all will be able to find them are making thought. Two new series of Adtec MP15A projectors, but worthy of mention are some features to be exceptional when some on the market today are the views of others that do not appear.

    Adtec MP15A the projector 4:3 aspect ratio, 200:1 contrast ratio, 15 ansi lumens brightness and built in 0.3W speakers in features 640 × 480 resolution. The Adtec MP15A a 20,000 - to 60 hours of life, and it can offer inch screen size with an LED lamp is. 15AW this model and 15AB is black, but otherwise, they are white is the same.

    Maybe all these companies that are all more or less the same topics and focus on the small picture or project, or to make these small projectors should stop whatever.

    What do you think?

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    2009 Lamborghini Cars

    This car Best of November 2008 and 2009
    2009 Lamborghini Gallardo LP 560-4 Coue

    Lamborghini car “Murcielago” new year 2008 LP710 is the fastest car by the company so far. New car equipped with rocket engine capacity of 6.2 liter V12 strongly 710 horsepower, the car is accelerating the pace of steadiness to 100 km / hour over 3.2 seconds and start a speed 200 km / hour in less than 10 seconds. The maximum speed of the car amounted to 360 km / hour.

    Estimated Market Price (EMP)

    Estimated Market Price (EMP) is the estimated price that people are currently paying dealers to buy a specific vehicle. EMP is based on real sales data, and factors in current supply and demand levels as well as information about dealer incentives and profit margins. EMP is calculated at a national level and is quoted at the base trim level, meaning that EMP is not adjusted to specific regional markets, nor does it include any tax, title, or license fees that a dealer is required to charge. Yahoo! Autos receives Estimated Market Pricing from Automotive Information Center (AIC).


    Invoice, also commonly known as "Dealer Invoice", is the price that the vehicle manufacturer charges a dealer to purchase a new vehicle from the manufacturer. The Invoice price includes the base price plus any equipment installed on the vehicle, and it also can include destination charges that the dealer incurs when purchasing the vehicle from the manufacturer. Dealers generally mark-up the invoice price and seek to sell the vehicle at its Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP).

    Pricing Information

    • MSRP: $198,000
    • Standard Engine:
      5.2L V10, 40 valve, 552 hp @ 8000 rpm
      6 speed manual (standard) or 6 speed automatic transmission
      11 mpg city / 24 mpg hwy
      Green Rating: 46

    Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP)

    The Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP), also commonly known as the "Sticker Price", "List Price", or "Window Price", is a price that the vehicle manufacturer suggests that the dealer sell the car for. The MSRP shown for a vehicle includes the base price plus any equipment installed on the vehicle, but excludes fees and taxes, transportation and destination charges that the dealer commonly includes in the final price. It is important to know that a dealer may choose to sell the vehicle above, below, or at the listed MSRP. The MSRP is only a "suggested" or recommended price that the vehicle manufacturer provides to the car dealer.

    Total Cost To Own

    The Total Cost to Own is an estimate of what it will cost you to own the vehicle over the next 5 years. More detailed Total Cost to Own information is provided at the yearly level (years 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 after purchase) on Yahoo Autos' trim and car comparison pages. The Total Cost to Own uses numerous data elements to calculate the typical price a consumer pays to own the vehicle in a specific market (such as Texas, California, Florida, etc). Included in the Total Cost To Own price are projected depreciation costs, fees and taxes, financing costs, fuel costs, insurance costs, maintenance costs, repair costs, and opportunity costs. The vehicle's market price, destination charge, and current rebates and incentives are factored into the Total Cost to Own price.


    • 6-Speed Manual Transmission With Overdrive and Floor Mounted Shifter


    • Power Rack and Pinion Steering
    • Telescopic Steering Column
    • Tilt Steering Column


    • Adaptive Variable Suspension
    • Independent Double Wishbone Front Suspension With Coil Springs and Koni(R) Shock Absorbers
    • Independent Double Wishbone Rear Suspension With Coil Springs and Koni(R) Shock Absorbers
    • Rear Stabilizer Bar


    • Front Power Outlet
    • Battery
    • Drive-By-Wire Control For Throttle
    • Navigation Pre-Wiring

    Braking & Traction

    • All-Wheel Drive
    • Electronic Brake Force Distribution
    • Traction Control Controlled By Engine Management
    • Electronic Stability Program (ESP(R)) Vehicle Stability Control System
    • 4-Wheel Anti-Lock Brakes
    • Brembo(R) Front Power 365-mm X 34-mm Ventilated Disc and Rear Power 356-mm X 32-mm Ventilated Disc Brakes
    • Front and Rear Limited Slip Differentials


    • Front Side Airbags With Head Protection
    • Front Outboard 3-Point Seatbelts
    • Driver Airbag With Dual Stage Deployment
    • Passenger Airbag With Dual Stage Deployment
    • Side Guard Door Beams
    • Trunk Anti-Trap Device

    Anti-Theft & Locks

    • Power Door Locks

    Remote Controls & Remote Releases

    • Keyless Entry Operated Via Key Fob
    • Remote Decklid Release Located Inside Vehicle
    • Remote Fuel Door Release Located Inside Vehicle


    • Driver Power Seat
    • Front Passenger Power Seat
    • Front Dual Manual Lumbar Support
    • Front Dual Reclining Sport Bucket Seats
    • Leather Seats


    • Dual Door Mounted Storage
    • Lockable Glovebox
    • Lower Console Storage


    • Battery Gauge
    • Exterior Temperature Gauge
    • Tachometer
    • Digital Clock
    • Oil Gauge

    Interior Lighting

    • Front Map Lights
    • Interior Load Area Light

    Exterior Lighting

    • Daytime Running Lights
    • Bi-Xenon High Intensity Discharge Headlights

    Entertainment, Communication & Navigation

    • AM/FM Radio With 4 Speakers Total; 6-Disc CD Changer; MP3 Player
    • Radio Data System
    • In-Glass Radio Antenna

    Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning

    • Automatic Climate Control With Solar Sensor
    • Separate Driver/Front Passenger Climate Controls

    Interior, Design, Decor & Floor Covering

    • Carpet Located In Passenger Cabin and Cargo Area
    • Leather Steering Wheel
    • Front Floor Mats

    Wheels & Tires

    • Front SBRP235/35ZR19 and Rear SBRP295/30ZR19 Pirelli P Zero Summer Tires
    • Alloy Wheels, Front 19-In. X 8.5-In. and Rear 19-In. X 11-In.

    Windows, Mirrors & Wipers

    • Dual Body Color Power Folding Power Adjustable Heated Exterior Rearview Mirrors
    • Electrochromic Interior Rearview Mirror
    • Power Windows
    • Rear Window Defroster
    • Tinted Glass
    • Front Dual Sunvisors
    • Intermittent Windshield Wipers

    Exterior, Design, Paint & Finish

    • Front and Rear Body Color Bumpers
    • Front Air Dam
    • Rear Air Dam
    • Dual Chrome Exhaust Tips
    • Body Color Retractable Rear Spoiler

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    Wireless Day/Night Pan/Tilt Internet Camera Server with 2-Way Audio TV-IP422W (Version A1.0R)

    • No need for an Ethernet cable connection: video is transmitted over a secure encrypted wireless signal
    • Night visibility of up to 5m (16.4ft.)
    • Secure a greater area with pan and tilt
    • Pan 330° side-to-side and tilt 105° up-and-down from any Internet connection
    • Program motion detection recording and email alerts with complimentary software

  • Easy to setup and use

    Monitor Multiple Locations with comptimentary securVew software fea turing email alerts, motion detection and 3* digital zoom.

  • Remote pan & Tilt

    Monitor a larger area with remarkable 330 pan and 105 tilt, remote camera control

  • Night vision protection

    see, hear and tak to people day or night from any internes connection with two - way audio and infraned night vision.

    The Wireless Day/Night Pan/Tilt Internet Camera Server with Audio (TV-IP422W)provides day and night security over a large area. See, hear and talk to people in your camera’s viewing field day or night from any Internet connection.

    Secure a larger area with wireless pan and tilt Internet cameras­­. Pan the camera side-to-side a remarkable 330° and tilt up-and-down 105°.

    The TV-IP422W provides high quality video streams over a secure wireless connection. Advanced intuitive software includes motion detection recording, email alerts and scheduled recordings. This camera’s brilliant image quality, pan/tilt functionality, day/night recording capabilities and built-in 2-way audio make it ideal for home, small office and business use.

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