Archive for December, 2007

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Do you want to be the first to own Sony’s new invention called Rolly, Sound Entertainment Player? Well now you can, but you’ll have to prepare $439.99 for the cool gadget Rolly. SEP-10BT is Sony’s new intelligent Aibo like music player. This unique, MP3 player robot gadget features 20mm active speakers that offer an output of 1.2W x 2 Channel. Similar to the much more expensive Miuro, the Rolly will also roam around your room playing back your favorite songs.

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Adjusting the volume on the Rolly is very unique – hold the unit and move it clockwise to increase and counterclockwise to decrease. The player also comes with Motion editor, a software which allows you to customize the unit’s motion. Rolly’s onboard ambient lights change from blue, orange to green depending on the music playing. Built-in with a 1GB flash memory and bluetooth enabled A2DP/AVRCP for hours of fun and convenient listening experience. Rolly is not just a high end gadget, but an excellent speaker with two 180 degree vertical speakers for 360 degree of clear sound. This gadget is a one of kind robot, music player, and invention. And maybe the only drawback is its price that is quite high…

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Specifications
– Power source: Lithium ion battery / USB
– Battery duration: Approximately 3-5 hours depending on downloading and playback.
– Speaker: 20mm installed capacity: 1.2W + 1.2W
– Frequency range: 20 – 20,000Hz
– Interface: USB terminal: MiniB/Hi-Speed
– Dimensions: Approximately 104 x 65 x 65mm
– Weight: Approximately 300g
– Capacity: Built-in flash memory: 1GB
– Playback capacity: MP3, ATRAC, AAC
– Corresponding Bluetooth profile: A2DP and AVRCP
– Corresponding Bluetooth codec: SBC and MP3

The Sony Rolly SEP-10BT Sound Entertainment Player is available for $439.99.

To buy the quite expensive but cool Sony Rolly…

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ChoroQ Qsteer Mini R/C Racers are some quite fun tiny remote controlled cars that come straight from Japan. There are to cute versions of Mazda RX-8 and Nissan 350Z available for you to choose from. Even tough they are quite small (less than two inches in length) in size the cars are quite easy and fun to control and there is even a turbo button that you can press to get them run even faster. The use independent radio channels mean you can put two of these mini sports cars against each other in a desktop duel to your stapler.

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Product Features
– Mini R/C Racers are Imported from Japan
– Precision Steering Control and Handling
– Turbo Button for additional boost
– Two Different Channels Let you Race with a Friend
– Batteries Included
– 1.75″ inches in Length

ChoroQ Qsteer Mini R/C Racers are available for $14.99 each.

If you can’t wait to get your hands on these tiny remote controlled cars…


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