Now already 1.5 million T-Mobile G1s pre order

 T-Mobile G1s
Amazing T-Mobile sold right out of its original allotment of G1, now 1.5 million T-Mobile G1s pre-order

Raon Digital prepping SSD-based Everun Note UMPCs

Raon Digital prepping SSD-based Everun Note UMPCs
UMPC Portal has it that two new Everun Notes will be landing shortly, both of which will boast SSDs within. The first newcomer (S16S) will come loaded with Ubuntu Mobile, a 1.2GHz Sempron CPU and a 12GB MLC SSD; the higher-end sibling (D24S) will offer up Windows XP, a dual-core Turion processor and 24GB worth of delicious solid state storage.

SteelSeries Mouse for WoW Gamers

SteelSeries Mouse for WoW Gamers
The mouse will let users create macros or use predefined ones for their treks through Blizzard’s soul-eater. It also has 800-3000 CPI and a 3.6mm lift distance.

Asus intros WiMAX-equipped M50Vm-A1WM 15.4 incherAsus intros WiMAX-equipped M50Vm-A1WM 15.4 incher

Asus intros WiMAX-equipped M50Vm-A1WM 15.4 incher
Asus' M50Vm-A1 laptop -- the M50Vm-A1WM -- just showed up on Newegg and Amazon. Soulcrushingly long (mostly) alphanumeric string aside, it's a decent 15.4'' machine for its $1,399 price point, with desktop replacement specs: Intel Core 2 Duo P8400, 4GB of RAM, a GeForce 9600M with a satisfying 1GB of dedicated graphics memory, and even a numpad. What's new here is onboard WiMAX, which puts Asus on the post-XOHM launch bandwagon with Toshiba, Acer and other laptop manufacturers.

LG KC780 to be launched

LG KC780
One of the smart technologies found in the LG KC780 is Face Detection, and this will automatically find and focus on people’s faces so that the photographer is able to capture clearer portrait shots. In addition, LG’s Smile Detection technology is smart enough to recognize the angle of people’s mouths and adjust focus for faces. Good to see such features appear on a cell phone, where they were once the domain of dedicated digital cameras. While the LG KC780 won’t have the full functionality of a digital camera, it has enough to make this function as a backup just in case your primary shooter dies due to lack of battery or some other unfortunate inconvenience. You will be able to choose from automatic modes, a Beauty Mode that removes spots and imperfections on people’s faces, high ISO 1600, SmartLight setting for optimal brightness settings and an integrated Image Stabilizer.

Century LCD-4300U

Century LCD-4300U
Think of this Century LCD-4300U as a way to improve your performance when working on a laptop, or to keep your attention focused on the main screen while the unnecessary stuff goes for the secondary screen, be it a MSN conversation or your RSS reader.

The portable display measures 4.3-inches and is powered by USB. It has a WVGA resolution of 800×480 with a LED Backlight. Interestingly enough, you can connect 7 secondary screens to one computer.

Andrea PureAudio BT-200 Bluetooth Headset

PureAudio BT-200 Bluetooth Headset
The BT-200 is suppose to be used while driving, and as the name suggests it can cancel the ambient noise coming from the outside that you don’t want to hear when having a phone conversation. One of the good details is the integrated wind suppression that is located on the microphone tip. The headset can be used in different scenarios as well, such as VoIP phones, gaming systems such as PS3, and more.

Zepto debuts 14-inch Nox A14

Zepto debuts 14-inch Nox A14
Zepto managed to carve out a tiny niche for itself with its understated Nexus A15 gaming laptop, and it looks like it's now giving it some company with its new Nox A14 model. From the looks of it, this one is mostly identical to its predecessor, with the notable exception of a 14.1-inch 1440 x 900 screen and, consequently, a slightly smaller and lighter form factor. Otherwise, you can expect to get a Core 2 Duo P9500 processor, NVIDIA GeForce 9600M GT 512MB, up to 8GB of RAM, a 500GB hard drive (or 128GB SSD), a built-in 2-megapixel webcam, and a DVD burner or optional Blu-ray drive.

HTC Touch Diamond

HTC Touch Diamond
The specifications certainly do it justice – great spread of available memory, a complete set of connectivity features that leave little for want, decent processing power and a spectacular VGA screen. Considering what you’re getting, it’s fairly impressive to be packing all of it in its tiny and light frame, which barely tips the scale at 110 g. It’s sharp angular looks isn’t as uncomfortable in the pants as it looks, as the back of the unit is angled off at the edges, although you’d find little to appreciate with regards to the diamond-like facet of the rear cover in which the phone gets its name from. It should also be said that the Diamond’s smooth surface is a fingerprint magnet, and no surface on the unit is safe from it, but that is something most people can live by, and users can take solace in the fact that build quality is sturdy.

HP offers up Special Edition Pavilion dv4t and dv5t

Special Edition Pavilion dv4t
Starting with the former, we've got a flashily designed 14.1-incher with a WXGA panel, 4GB of DDR2 RAM, a handful of Core 2 Duo CPU choices, NVIDIA's 512MB GeForce 9200M GS, up to 400GB of hard drive space, WiFi, optional WWAN and an integrated HDTV hybrid tuner. The equally fashionable Pavilion dv5t SE sports a 15.4-inch LCD, a GMA4500MHD integrated graphics set, optional Blu-ray writer and most everything already mentioned on its smaller sibling.

Okoro intros updated low-profile OMS-SX100

The design not change but get new improve.That latter bit seems to come largely as a result of the low-wattage AMD Athlon X2 4850e processor at the heart of the system, which gets backed up by 2GB of RAM, a 500GB hard drive (upgradeable to 1TB), 8-channel LPCM audio via HDMI, NVIDIA 8200 graphics, and an optional Blu-ray drive, to name a few features.

Motor Tunes makes audio alive on your wheels

Motor Tunes
Scooterists and bikers have been crying out for a portable stereo system. Most motor scooters are too small for a built-in audio system. And many bikers don’t want to spend hundreds of dollars for one either. And even the do-it- yourself market is expensive, time-consuming and usually requires you to take apart your vehicle. Now you can musically enhance your motoring experience whether it’s your daily commute, your cruise in the country or your jaunt around town. And the best part is that you can instantly detach it and take your tunes with you once you’ve arrived at your destination.

Revised PocketSurfer2 gets unlimited lifetime surfing in UK

The PocketSurfer2R. It shares the prior device's basic layout and 640 x 240 screen, but contains a GPS receiver inside and a small touchpad to the upper-right of the keypad. More notable, though, is the new "Immortality Plan," which won't guarantee that you'll still be rocking out when your grandkids retire, but, for a one-time fee of £60 (a little over $100), offers unlimited surfing over the lifetime of the device. Given we're stuck paying $25/month here, we'd call that a bargain. This new model won't be coming stateside, at least not yet, but the older one has received a $100 price drop to $199.

Pandora pre-orders extended through the weekend

Good news. the Pandora pre-order page will continue to accept your orders through Sunday, and production will be increased beyond the initial 3,000 units to meet the demand. So lets get it!

Aurora Color Changing Clock

Aurora Color Changing Clock
It appears that Aurora has figured out a solution to this time-telling dilemma by creating a clock that changes color every hour. It has twelve colors that represent the hours of the day, and it might take a little while before you learn what color is what hour.
The Aurora Color Changing Clock has a translucent rubber housing, which allows the lights to go on and off with a tap. The alarm clock will flash when it is time to get up.

Sony announces PRS-700 Reader with touchscreen

 PRS-700 Reader
Sony's plan to launch an updated Reader today wasn't exactly a secret, but there are still some surprises to the new PRS-700 -- particularly the new six-inch touchscreen E-Ink display. Page turning is now accomplished by a swipe motion with faster refreshes, and there's a stylus and on-screen keyboard for searching and note-taking -- plus an LED reading light (not a backlight) for reading in the dark. Apart from that, it's basically the same deal as the PRS-505 -- internal storage for about 350 ebooks with SD and MS-Duo expansion and a 7500 page-turn battery life round out the package, as well as an updated online store.