Sunday, October 28, 2007

SanDisk Sansa TakeTV Video Player

Sansa Take TV has got to be the downloader's best friend. The idea is to let you download on your PC and store up to 4GB or 8GB, then transfer files direct to your TV as simply as using a USB key.

SanDisk Sansa

The device uses Fanfare, a newly developed beta video platform and supports various video formats including DivX and MPEG-4 at up to 720 x 576 resolution. If you have a Sansa portable device you can also view Fanfare clips on that. Content on Fanfare is from the likes of CBS, Showtime and The Weather Channel. Some content is free, some is DRM-locked and paid for.

Starting at $99.99

Tuesday, October 2, 2007

Adam & Eve USB Flash Drives

Gresso has presented a new line of usb flash drives inspired by Adam & Eve called simply
enough, Adam & Eve. The drive cases are made from wood like Mahogany and African
Blackwood along with precious metals like gold and stones like diamonds.

Red Apple.

The flash drives are available in the form of a bitten apple and a cross with an unspecified amount of flash storage inside. The price of flash drive starting at $300 (for the wooden apple with the laser engraved A & E with a serpent for the “&” symbol.).

Red Cross with Swarovski crystals.

The other  drives in the collection add diamonds , Swarovski crystals and gold to the mix and run prices up to the $1000 range.

Black Classic with Gold and White Diamonds.

Full gallery see here

Via Everything USB