Microsoft announced the special edition Chrome Series Xbox 360 controllers. For those Xbox 360 gamers who would like to add some shine to their system can get these new special edition controllers; they will be available in mid-May for $54.99 each. Your choice of silver, blue, and red, and they all feature the “transforming” D-pad.
There have been many versions of the Beats by Dr. Dre Pro Headphones, but this version by Crystal Rocked are 24 Karats gold plated and come with either black or white leather. These custom headphones will be available from the Crystal Rocked online store for £998 (or $1,600 US). To see these headphones or other blinged out tech gadgets go here.
The SITi Nine Millimeter Bullet Earphones by [M] (Munitio) are definite eye candy for the music lovers, but who also love to have great quality earphones for their music. These earphones have 9mm speaker drivers with earth neodymium magnets for great range, a Bass Enhancing Chamber for the most accurate bass with out distortion, Inline suppressor microphone, and Kevlar reinforced fabric cable with 24k gold plated 3.5mm stereo plug. For more information, options, and price for these earphones, check it out here.
The Valve/Steam PC gaming console concept is in the works in order to bring PC gaming to console world. From what Valve is currently developing, it would not be just a single device, but a set of minimum system specs for a console-sized PC hardware. The Steam Box platform will built based on Valve’s “Big Picture mode”; this is a GUI optimized for use at a distance of 10 feet (for example, from a TV to a couch). If you want to read more on this just go here.
The Morgan Motor Company unveiled at Geneva the Morgan Electric Plus E electric sports car concept with a five-speed manual gearbox. The Plus E has much of the design of the Morgan that we love, and also has a 94 horsepower Zytek engine. This convertible can you to 62 miles per hour in 6 seconds, and tops out around 110 miles per hour. Check out more information on the Morgan Electric Plus E here.
The Yamaha Y125 Moegi concept is not only eye catching but also a very nice piece of motorcycle engineering. The Y125 Moegi is 90 percent aluminum, weighs 176 pounds, is an air-cooled 125-cc engine, has a DiASil cylinder, and is said to get up to 188 mpg. The Moegi was also based off of the company’s first motorcycle, 1955 125-cc YA-1, which is where the retro yet modern look comes from.
The Archos Arnova 7-inch Child Pad will be perfect for the little techies that want to watch, play, or listen to what they enjoy. The Arnova comes with a MicroUSB port, front facing camera, MicroSD slot, 4GB internal storage, 802.11b/g wireless, 1GHz ARM Cortex A8 processor with 1GB of RAM. It is said to be releasing in April with a price tag of around $129. Check out more information and video about the Arnova here.
The Nokia 808 PureView smartphone (which is Symbian-powered) will be released in May. It will come with 41 MegaPixel quality, Carl Zeiss lens, and PureView imaging technology (Which also can shoot Full HD video at 30 frames per second at 4x zoom). It will be available in three colors (black, red, and white), and the phone will be released globally EXCEPT in the United States.
The Hi-Can Canopy bed will make anyone want to stay in bed! This canopy bed features for starters a built in computer, a multi-media system for games and entertainment consoles that connect to a projector, reading lights, and a projection system with a state of the art sound system. Other features included can be used for the home, they are able to control lighting, blinds, screen automation, bed movements, and all your other gadgets!