We all know clean and logical wiring is an art form and the web site Dark Roasted Blend has compiled a gallery of some of the most frightening examples of bad art.
Parks Associates research finds 80% of broadband users in key European markets prefer traditional video viewing
iRiver's Wave-Home multimedia communications device is a VoIP phone and a home networking controller, as it provides an expansive 7-inch 800 x 480 resolution touchscreen for web browsing, photo viewing and interacting with all manners of connected widgets. Furthermore, the unit packs a 1.3-megapixel camera, built in speakers, an Ethernet jack, SD slot, USB connectivity, a FM radio module and support for digipen input. iRiver says it will run under $400 and they are looking to partner with current VOIP providers.
Atlona Technologies introduces new Cascadable Component video / audio Extenders with component loop -out
The NuForce Icon ($249) is an audiophile-grade Integrated Desktop Audio Amplifier featuring two 12-watt outputs, a 3.5-mm stereo input for connection to an iPod or other portable device, a USB cable for operation with a PC or Mac, and standard RCA inputs for employing the Icon as the heart of a conventional audio system; all enclosed in a tiny 6" x 4 1/2" x 1" package. The USB DAC for converts a PC or Mac's audio signal to high-quality analog sound. The NuForce Icon also offers a seperate high-performance headphone output amp. Stereophile has a in depth review of its performance and sound quality.
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