Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Canon PowerShot SX130IS 12.1 MP

Smart, sleek and creative, the PowerShot SX130 IS is the perfect companion to all your good times. Now you can capture every detail of special moments in crisp, stunning 720p HD--even while using the high-powered 12x wide-angle optical zoom. You'll record in stereo sound, then play back your videos instantly on you computer. The SX130 IS is all about creativity, with fun new scene modes like Miniature Effect for Movies, and Fisheye Effect for artistically distorted stills.

While you're having fun creating, the camera's Smart Flash Exposure and advanced Smart AUTO systems are ensuring that every image is the best it can be. Add the DIGIC 4 Image Processor, 12.1 megapixels and Canon's Optical Image Stabilizer, and you've got the ideal camera for making the good times last.

Monday, February 20, 2012

Pyxis RGPS-300

Westech Korea is launching this new portable wrist-worn GPS device which is designed specifically for sports applications. The Pyxis RGPS-300 features unique modes for tracking all sorts of athletic endeavors including running, biking, hiking, mountain climbing, skiing and even driving. The favorite feature is the ability to load up maps of your favorite golf courses and check out how far away you are from the pin.

For now, the device is only available in Korea, but hopefully they’ll see fit to release it in other parts of the world soon. (AVING)

Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Gaming Keyboard Toshiba

Vincent did his best to cover as many new gadgets while he was at IFA in Berlin, but with so many cool things there, he was bound to miss a few. One that caught my eye was this gaming keyboard from Toshiba.

I play plenty of games, but I’ve never actually bought a gaming keyboard. I’m pretty content with my Saitek Eclipse, mostly because I like the feel of it, and it has backlit keys. However, I’ve got a gaming mouse that I switch between, so why not get a keyboard just for gaming too?

You obviously wouldn’t be able to type much on this one, as it doesn’t actually have all of the necessary keys. While typing might not work out so well, it puts 55 of the most important keys right at your fingertips. You should be able to reach most, if not all of them without having to move your hand at all. Unfortunately, we don’t have any information on pricing or availability yet.

TOSHIBA to introduce its ergonomic keyboard optimized for game

Friday, February 3, 2012

Cyborg Gaming Mice

Mad Catz has launched a new range of gaming mice this week and is talking up the adjustability to an individual gamer’s hand.

Four new mice have been announced including:
  • Cyborg R.A.T 9 Gaming Mouse – 5600dpi laser, programmable, weight system, rechargeable batteries, $129.99
  • Cyborg R.A.T 7 Gaming Mouse – 5600dpi laser, programmable, weight system, USB powered, $99.99
  • Cyborg R.A.T 5 Gaming Mouse – 4000dpi laser, programmable, weight system, USB powered, $69.99
  • Cyborg R.A.T 3 Gaming Mouse – 3200dpi laser, USB powered, $49.99