14 August 2012 | 0
Energy Sistem Android Smart TV Box
Energy’s Smart TV box taken the familiar Apple TV/media streaming concept and puts an Android 4.0 spin on it. This device can handle FullHD content and record live TV, search the Web and use the Google Play store.
It comes with dual built-in digital TV tuners (MPEG-2, MPEG-4), 4Gb internal memory expandable up to 64Gb via SD card, Wi-Fi, and 3 USB ports.
Neo Geo X Gold
Returning to the mass market in the US with something resembling good word of mouth, or maybe just a sense of nostalgia, the Neo Geo console originally sold for over $500 on release in 1990 and was notable for its arcade-quality games.
Of course times have changed and arcade quality is now the norm for a lot less, but the arrival of a rejigged Neo Geo, the X Gold, repackages a host of classic titles with a 4.3" screen, dock with HDMI and A/V ports and full-size joystick for play on your TV, expandable memory and 20 built in games, including Fatal Fury, Art of Fighting and Top Player’s Golf.
Americans will be able to get their hands on it in December.
The Little Printer
The hard copy hasn’t gone away, but the transient nature of online content means there is little interest in holding on to that long Twitter discussion you were part of yesterday. Berg’s wireless Little Printer prints out your news and activity feeds in skyscraper format, like a giant receipt. An optional cloud service, BergCloud, extends functionality to include lists, direct messages from friends and status updates from social networks and Google.
What isn’t little is the price.