Gadgetophilia Roundup : Top 5 gadgets we missed but you shouldn’t

By soumitra, Gaea News Network
Tuesday, August 11, 2009

gadgetsIf you are a gadget lover you wouldn’t want to miss a single gadget that are being launched everyday. We also don’t want to miss them. But some are unfortunately missed anyhow. But we have recollected them and here are 5 gadgets that we missed but you shouldn’t.

1. Cybershot DSC-WX1

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The new WX1 packs in optically stabilized Sony G lenses with 5X Optical Zoom, a low-light optimized Exmor R CMOS Sensor and a sweep panorama mode like Sony DSC XH1 megazoom camera. The 10.2 MP WX1 has a twilight mode that combines shots at various exposures to produce more dynamic photos like the Fujifilm Finepix F200EXR that we reviewed lately. It can record videos at 720p HD and will be available this October.
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2. Nikon Coolpix Camera Series

We already told you about the new Coolpix lineup with S1000pj that has a projector built into it. The news is that the prices have announced for that lineup. The Nikon Coolpix S1000pj will sell for $430 that is cheaper than we expected for a multifunctional gadget like this.
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3. Mouse Computer NextGear L720EV4-WS64

Mouse Comupter Unleashes a New Gaming Machine the NextGear L720EV4-WS64. It is powered by a Core i7-920, 6GB of PC3 10600 RAM, 1TB of HDD SATA II, DVD Super Multi, Nvidia GeForce GTS250 with 1GB of VRAM and Vista Home Premium 64Bit, it will sure be powerful enough to at least let you run the latest games available smoothly.
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4. Dell 24” WUXGA IPS Monitor

Dell Introduces a New 24” WUXGA IPS Monitor in Japan. It is a 24” WUXGA (1920×1200) LCD panel with a 1000:1 contrast ration (boost up to 80 000:1 possible), a 400cd/m2 and with both HDMI, DVI, Display Port and USB 2.0 HUB.
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5. Onkyo HT Series” AV Receiver Line

The HT-RC160, is a 7.2-channel receiver with five HDMI inputs, Dolby ProLogic IIz and many more features, and is currently available at a manufacturer’s suggested retail price of $549. A step-up model, the HT-RC180, a 7.2-channel THX Select2Plus Certified receiver with advanced networking capabilities including streaming internet radio from Pandora, Rhapsody and others, will be added to the line in August with a $1049 USD.

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