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Spendor's speaker mixes style and latest engineering ideas

The new speaker from Spendor is a representative of a family of high quality loudspeakers, made from 180 mm Kevlar composite cone bass driver and a brand new Spendor 180 mm polymer cone bass-mid driver. The speaker has a power of 200 watts and weights 62 lbs. It has super linear 630V capacitors and WBT Next-Gen terminals that link all 3 drivers.
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Hybrid PA Bag You Don't Need to Carry

Live Luggage represents a new type of luggage. It includes power assistance along with an anti-gravity handle, which puts 85 percent of the weight over the wheels. In addition, the device incorporates a Live Locator ID, allowing you to find your luggage in case you lost it. Live Luggage comes with a laptop and an umbrella.
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Samsung to Create Windows Mobile Smartphones?

A post on Expansys' staff blog states that Samsung is currently working on the development of 2 brand new Windows Mobile Professional smartphones. One is called Samsung Louve. It looks like an HTC TyTN II, featuring a tilting screen, 3.2mp camera. The other resembles Samsung SGH-i900 Omnia and is dubbed Samsung Pivot. It features a 5 mp camera.
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Garmin nuvi 885T GPS Device

Garmin has been continuosuly improving it's popular nuvi decive, launching new units featuring updated map screens, lane guidance, upgradded GPS chipsets and free traffic. Initially the nuvi 200 line was the first to be updated. It was replaced by the nuvi 2x5 models. Currently 885T represents one of the best voice activated GPS devices.
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New 5730 XpressMusic with QWERTY Slider from Nokia

Popular cell phone manufacturer Nokia recetly presented a new model from the music-focused XpressMusic family - the 5730, which represents a mid-range handset with a QWERTY slider. This cell phone is made of metal and plastic chassis and features XpressMusic 128MB RAM, 140MB memory, 3.2MP autofocus camera with Carl Zeiss lens and LED flash.
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BENQ Presented 10 New Low Cost 16:9 LCDs from G-series

BenQ recently presented its 10 new low cost monitors, the dimensions of which rang between 15.5-inch and 24-inch. The LCDs are of different resolutions: 5 720p monitors(20" G2020HD/HDA, 18.5" G920HD/HDA, 15.6" G610HDA) and 5 1080p LCDs(24" G2411HD/HDA, 23.6" G2410HD, 21.5" G2220HD/HAD). They will firstly be sold in China.
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4G Cell Phones Less Likely to Appear This Year

Companies continue to compete for fourth-generation cell phones and service. However the rivalry for speed is less likely to be decided in 2009. This is because of the economic downturn and due to the fact that wireless carriers carry on building out and upgrading 3G networks.
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Final Fantasy VII PS3 Unveiled Including demo for FFXII

On April fans will see the launch of Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children Complete. The new 160GB package will include a remade and extended film produced by Square Enix. It will also feature a demo for the next film: Final Fantasy VIII. Final Fantasy VII will include English subtitles. There's no information on the release outside Japan.
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Skateboard on Fat Tires - It's Electric and Fast

This is Altered M4 800. It represents an electric vehicle small enough to be parked nearly anywhere. Though it may have the look of a toy, yet it is a real gadget able to carry up to 260 pounds. In addition can can reach 0-20 MPH in just 5 seconds. A wireless handset is the one that control the braking as well as the speed of this M4.
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Wireless USB Display from Samsung

Samsung developed some really impressive LCD monitors and presented two of them (LD220 and LD190X) at CES 2009. One is in fact a wireless USB monitor. Both displays have a 16:9 aspect ratio and are HD. The LD190X is a 19" display and the LD220 is a 22" display. The former is capable of 720p HD images and the latter 1080p.
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Human-Powered Airship Able to Stay in the Air for 2 Weeks

This pretty weird but still very impressive machine was designed by Christopher Ottersbach. He name it Aeolus Airship (Aeolus is the Greek wind god). The design of the blimp is meant to be aerodynamic so it would be able to stay aloft for 2 weeks. What is really interesting is that this device works of pedal-powered by a team of 2 to 4 people.
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