James Bond

UMPC, Pocket Loox, Cellphone Killer: M.A.G.I.C. Phone with 8 GB hard disk and features to make James Bond jealous

Magic Phone

Forget the Microsoft Origami la' UMPC, and Fujitsu Siemens Pocket Loox; this one device has the potential to pretty much change the way you work and communicate.  Of course, it can even give James Bond a complex.

Weighing 300 gms, the M.A.G.I.C., is a quad-band GSM phone powered by Windows Mobile 5.0 Phone Edition, Intel Xscale 624 Mhz processor (the fastest currently) and supports GSM, EDGE, WAP, GPRS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, IrDA and USB.  For it's size of 125x70x32 mm, it also features a full function QWERTY keyboard, 512 MB RAM, 512 MB ROM, 8 GB Micro Hard disk, 2 Touch screen  QVGA display's (3.5" inch on the inner panel and 2.8" inch on the front), Two camera's (both 2 Megapixels), Integrated Micro SD slot. Already lusting for it? Wait, there is more;  Bio-metric security, VoIP, Video Streaming, Push to Talk, VGA output, USB printing, MP3 Stereo through speakers or audio out are just a bit of the stuff it supports.
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The Ultimate Geek Car - Mercedes Benz S-Class 2007

Merc S-Class 2007
February 2006, that's when it arrives - the "ultimate geek car". The Name - "S Class", Mercedes Benz S-Class.  And it can't get cooler and geekier than this.


Let's start with the driving aspect. For starters, the new S-class has a Distronic radar speed system that will automatically increase or decrease the car speed based on the traffic in front. So, you don't really need to apply brakes or push the accelerator pedal - that's done automatically. Just point the steering wheel to where you want to go to. > Read more

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