I dont know about you, but I love to see the next hot thing
thats coming out and try to reason to myself "why I need this." The good thing
is, its not hard to convince myself.
That bad thing is its not hard to convince myself.
Your pockets gotta be a little deep to keep up with the tech
game, but here are few things I dream about.
Its no secret that music downloads have affected album
sales and the stores that carry them. In an effort to bring consumers back, Sony/BMG has flexed their innovation
muscle. This week they released what they call Digital Album Cards. Theyre basically gift cards that you activate
upon purchase, and then you go to musicpass.com to download the album.Not only do you get mp3s that are compatible with all music
players, but you get art, interviews, behind the scenes footage, bonus tracks -
and in some cases, an additional album by that artist.
Apple TV 2 is
another option for bringing your digital entertainment from your computer to
your television for a mere $229-$329. Just like version 1, it allows you to
view any media stored on your computer, whether Mac or PC, on your high def
TV. You are also able to stream content from YouTube and iTunes
through your wired or wireless network. Sync up to six computers wirelessly. Youve
got up to 50 hours of video or up to 9,000 songs with the 40GB version, or 200
hours of video or 36,000 songs with the 160GB one.
Whats new is you can do all of this without a computer, and
with iTunes new movie rental you can get movies instantly.
Now you have a way to view your favorite movies and video
content, but what about the ear candy? Boston
Acoustics has the answer, a two piece speaker set called the TVee Model Two. The soundbar is the main speaker that can
be placed above or below you TV.
HDTV-quality sound Connects with just one cable Works with any remote Soundbar perfectly sized for
monitors 32-inches and up Wireless subwooferAvailable Finishes: Midnight
with onyx grille, Mist with silver grille
In the Hip-Hop culture, we love our whips and we love
putting toys in them. I ran across this
in-dash multimedia solution from Pioneer. The AVIC-N4 is their latest navigation/audio video player, retailing
for around $1,600. It can play can play DVDs as well as movies recorded in
DIVX, MP3s, WMAs and ACCs.
When you plug in your iPod, all the controls are right
there on your touch screen. It also
connects to your cell phone, so you can enjoy hands-free capabilities.
7" Motorized Touch
Screen Display in 1DIN Chassis"iBus" iPod Direct
Control (Audio and Video) (CD-I200 Required)Bluetooth® Adapter Ready
Thats it for now, but until next time, Im gonna keep dreaming.
Troy Gayle is the Founder of www.gadget-t.com