Welcome to another
episode of Tech Talk! Ive been searching to find something you dont see
everyday. We did a piece a while back that featured the Netflix
Player by Roku, a cool little box that streams Netflix content to your TV
without turning on your PC.
LG has just upped the
ante by adding that same feature to the BD300, a Blu-ray player. The
convenience of instant wireless network connectivity would be nice, but you
wont get that on this model - it has to be plugged into your home broadband
This next gadget might
get you photo junkies kinda hot and bothered. This company named Hasselblad is flexing its megapixel
muscle. Their H3DII-50 ($40k) boasts
a 50 megapixel resolution and the largest photo sensor on earth.
Specs: Ultimate DSLR Advantage Integrated 50 Mpix capture
units with 3 display Ultra-Focus: integral
optimization of digital lens performance Hasselblad Natural Color
Solution Integrated CCD cooling
sink for lower noise Direct ISO/WB control Thumbwheel control of
digital menus GPS accessory option Full Digital APO
Correction for improved image sharpness and detail Markets most versatile
lens program Choice of eye-level or
waist-level viewfinders Field FW upgrade of H3D
camera Choice of media: CF card -
Image Bank II Easy sensor cleaning View camera option Un-tethered and tethered
operation Hasselblad 3FR raw - or
Aptera motors just got a helping hand from the big homie
Google.org, the division of Google that donates to worthy causes.The $2.75
million investment may go to bringing their Typ-1 vehicle ($30k) to the masses.
The $30k price tag aint bad,
but the estimated 230+ MPG makes me want one no matter what it looks like.
Troy Gayle is the Founder of Gadget-T.com