Memorex has launched a new external hard drive, the Memorex Mirror for Photos, which is designed for backing up your photo collection. It features built in software that runs each time you connect it to your Mac or PC, which find photos on your computer and automatically backs them up.
Some of our readers will remember the new GX660 and GX660R notebooks from MSI that we featured on Geeky Gadgets a while back, good news as MSI has just launched both models in the US.
As a recap the MSI GX660R features an Intel Core i7 processor, up to 12GB of DDR3 RAM, and a ATI Mobility RadeonHD 5870 graphics card with 1GB of RAM.
Earlier today the PlayStation Move went on sale in the UK, and it two days time it will go on sale in retail stores in the US on Sunday the 19th of September.
It seems that some customers who have already pre-ordered the PlayStation Move in the US will be able to pick it up from today, and September the 19th is when it will actually go on sale to everyone in retail stores.
Designer Alex Hulme has come up with a cool design for a the standard calculator, which he will be showing off in London next week. The calculator features two programmable LCD buttons that are used for storing numbers.
Seems like a good idea, when you click on the left of a button you can allocate a value to it and then you tap on the right side of it to use it as a sum, you can also scroll back and edit calculations.
Today Photofast have unveiled their latest creation the PowerDrive-LSI PCIe SSD line of drives. The new solid state drive equipped with a PCI-Express x8 interface promises to deliver read and write speeds of up to 1400 MB/s and 1500 MB/s, respectively.
Earlier today we told that Verizon had said that they wouldn’t be selling any Windows Phone 7 smartphones until 2011, which we thought was down to Verizon who were concentrating on Android devices for the rest of the year.
It seems the reason that there will be no Verizon Windows Phone 7 smartphones this year is down to Microsoft, as Greg Sullivan, Microsoft’s Senior product manager recently told Cnet that there will not be any CDMA Windows Phone 7 handsets launching until 2011.
Unlike most of the Wii controller accessories that encloses your Wii controller in some sort of bat looking housing. The Wii Bat created by an unknown company from China actually includes the Motion Plus electronics and is worth a serious look as a controller.
When Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Tab for the US they also showed off a number of accessories, and just like the Apple iPad you will be able to buy a keyboard dock for the Samsung Galaxy Tab.
As well as the QWERTY keyboard dock, there is also a desktop dock that lets you connect to your HDTV via HDMI, and you can playback videos in Full HD in 1080p via the desktop dock.
We have already heard quite a bit about the new iOS 4.2 which was recently released to developers, now the guys over at Apple Insider have found some new features in iOs 4.2 for the iPad, iPhone and ipod Touch.
iOS 4.2 will have some interesting new features, which include enhancements to FaceTime, and YouTube as well as the features we have heard about previously.