Would you find it difficult to manage without your smartphone, tablet, notebook or desktop PC? If so, you are certainly not alone.
BFG, the leading provider of 3D graphics cards, has unveiled its new Deimos notebook. The gaming notebook is designed as a desktop replacement and features an 18.4-inch display.
The device has landed at D7, and it’s got a few new features cooked up — most notably, built-in 3G data. There’s no specifics on what carriers or bands, but besides that WiFi connectivity, you’ll be able to go totally nuts out in the real world. Additionally, it looks like the company has seriously tweaked the UI, now providing a simple and clear interface for getting around your documents, and a page-turning gesture.
Carriers and Palm have been absolutely silent on the matter, but let’s be honest: there’s very likely been one of the most heated, no-holds-barred wars over the past few months to score European exclusivity on the Pre since the Storm and the iPhone — and with launches broadly expected by mid-year, time is running out to secure a deal.
Yes, it looks pretty good to be true, but I’m sure Archos 5 owners aren’t complaining about the new Snap-on TV DVB-T accessory – not only will it allow you to watch live TV, it integrates with the DVR features of the unit to give you portable recording.
It’s a insanely simple idea, but Amron Experimental really captured a lot of hearts, minds and minty-fresh mouths with its Brush & Rinse toothbrush concept. Sporting the same boring bristles and molded plastic of every other toothbrush produced this century, the Brush & Rinse has a slightly indented back, which lets you redirect water…