Tech off the box from two of the big awaited shows : CES 2008 & MacWorld 2008


Sony Rolly

A MP3 player cum speaker released by Sony Corp. that flip, rotate and dance as it plays.

MP3 player feature with inbuilt 2 GB of flash drive supporting MP3 / AAC coded audio file.

It is also embedded with A2DP v2.0 Bluetooth receiver that can interact and play files from another Bluetooth enabled device.

Music and option switch is made through simple drag / swipe / button! Sony Rolly adepts the dance sequence as per on-going music. Check video of one of its commercial

 

Cinemizer iPod from Carl Ziess

Cinemizer iPod is a goggle that when connected to iPod converts to a visual screen for movie running on iPod. The device has two screen of 640 x 480 resolution. Diopter-adjusted video function replicates viewing experience just like watching a big screen TV from a 6 feet distance.

 

iV from FastMac

Work more – Capture more – Listen loud

Add-on  for iPhone, this device fuel in iPhone battery to last for thrice the current time. It also has a flash and a sound amplifier.

Priced at $100

 

Philips DCP951

A Portable Docking Entertainment system from Philips that features 9-inch LCD screen with a slide-in station to attached iPod / iPhone.

Priced at $200

 

iVolta Wireless Charger for iPod

Device that charge iPod with its magnetic field when placed on a magnetic plate, no cable connecter is required.

It also has a average speaker built-in. Expected cost is $25

 

Eye-fi from Wireless SD card

2 GB capacity SD card that has built-in wi-fi. It can connect to a wireless network and auto upload photos / videos to PC / Social networking sites.

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