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DealNN deals for today include a variety of electronic items at bargain prices. First up is the refurbished, fifth generation iPod video priced at $145 at eCost.com. The iPod video features 60GB of storage space for muisc, photos, movies and more and can last for up to 14 hours of music playback on a single charge.
DealNN deals for today include a variety of deals on Apple products, storage devices and more. Currently MacConnection.com is offering the unibody 15.4-inch, 2.4GHz MacBook Pro for $1849 which is already $150 off the MSRP of $1999, and for a limited time a mail in rebate offer is available that drops the price down to $1699. Apple's online store is offering deals on refurbished white MacBooks starting at $849. Two refurbished iPod videos are being offered at eCost, the 30GB model for $119.99 and the 60GB model for $146.99. Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 2 is available at Amazon.com for $189.99. For today only Newegg.com is offering the Western Digital My Passport Essential 160GB external hard drive for 49.99.
Today's deals at DealNN include external hard drives, GPS units, HDTVs and more. ZipZoomFly.com is offering a $10 mail in rebate on the Cavalry CAUM series 1TB external hard drive that drops the price to $89.99. The refurbished, 5th gen. 60GB iPod video is available at eCost.com for $148.99. Amazon.com is offering the Navigon 2000S GPS navigator for $106.94. For today only SecondAct.com has the Philips 47-inch LCD HDTV priced at $999.99 with free shipping. Newegg.com has reduced the price on the Kingston 4GB SDHC memory card from $8.99 to $5.99 for today only.
Kollective.de today unveiled The Tinbot, a new generation of iPod cases featuring original designs from trendsetters in contemporary art. The cases aim to protect the iPod within, and feature art from vinyl toy designers Mad, Sket-one, and Christopher Lee. The company is offering a matte white Tinbot that users can customize on their own. Tinbot cases are priced at $30 and work with iPod video as well as iPod classic models.
iPod accessory creator iLuv today unveiled the i182 recording dock, according to Electronista. Rather than play back content, the i182 records video through its RCA or S-video input and transfers the footage to a storage device, including Apple's fifth-generation iPod. The videos themselves are not immediately playable on the iPod, the company is quick to note; instead, custom software on a host Mac or PC recognizes clips stored on the iPod's drive and converts them to files that synchronize through iTunes. An adapter is also included (shown at left) that plugs into the Dock Connector on the iLuv dock and records directly to SD/MMC cards or any USB external drives. Recording can be left unattended, the developer says: a button on the dock sets recording time in 30-minute intervals, up to 180 minutes, while the video resolution can be formatted specifically for an iPod's 640x480 resolution or the full 720x480 widescreen resolution of DVDs. The i182 is due to ship in March at a price of $230.
ViewSonic is showcasing several new products at CES, including TVs, monitors, and a unique projector, Electronista reports. The PJ258D is DLP projector with a docking station, allowing video iPods to output directly to the unit without cables. iPods are charged simultaneously while playing. The projectors are further promoted as being light at less than four pounds, and supporting resolutions up to 1024x768, at a brightness of 2,000 lumens with 2,000:1 contrast. Other external inputs include VGA and S-video. The PJ258D will go on sale later this quarter for the cost of $999. The company also showcased a prototype of an 37-inch LCD TV with a built-in iPod dock.
Princeton has launched its PCK-UAV wireless video transmitter intended primarily for Apple's fifth-generation iPod. The adapter plugs into the iPod's headphone jack to relay music, photos, and video through UHF channels to a compatible TV, such as many in-car models already available in Japan. The transmitter includes an iPod cradle and a special cable; although the hardware's use of standard RCA jacks allows for DVD players or virtually any other video source to broadcast a signal, according to Electronista. The PCK-UAV ships within the next few days in variants with and without an iPod mounting kit from $90.
Advanced Technetix has launched VidShare (pictured at right) for users of Apple’s iPod digital media player, a universal AV + S-video cable that enables iPod users to display their photos, full length feature films, music videos, television shows on virtually any television. Compatible with IPod video and IPod Photo, iPod users. Additionally, VidShare also allows IPod users to “push” their music through any standard stereo receiver. No further information was available on pricing or availability (and the company's website was not updated). The company already offers an iPod visual remote, whic allows users to control an iPod without removing it from a user's pocket or bag; it offers an LCD display with full menu functionality and control as well aspecially designed Sound Isolating Earbuds to deliver maximum volume and high performance sound qualtiy. The remote does not require batteries, drawing minimal power from iPod. It supports all iPods with Dock Connector.
iLuv today began shipping the i1055 portable video player, a unique handheld device that plays both conventional DVD discs as well as video from any fifth-generation video iPod. A 7-inch screen on the front is connected to both a DVD drive and an iPod dock on the back, allowing the i1055 to play videos from either format in a single device. The gadget plays VCDs and audio CDs from the disc drive, or music and photos from the iPod. The system is completely portable, according to iLuv, and plays video for up to 2.5 continuous hours through its built-in NiMH battery. The device comes bundled with an AC power cable as well as a 12-volt car adapter, and the power cable recharges an iPod even during video playback, according to Electronista. iLuv has launched the i1055 in black and white editions for $230.
Princeton has unveiled its new PMP-BP18 battery pack for video iPod owners who need longer playback time. The battery pack provides significantly longer battery life for the iPod or any USB-equipped mobile device through its lithium-ion battery cells -- which Princeton estimates doubles the battery life for cellular phones with mobile TV support -- the BP18 includes an adjustable stand enabling users to rest the media player at a more natural angle for watching video at a desk or another stable surface. Princeton has not yet planned to ship the new battery pack to North America, however, according to Electronista.
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Computing hardware mounting company Wall-Smart has announced the availability the new "invisible" wall mount, with models for the iPad Pro, iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 4 -- all with no bezel. The invisible mount includes ÂPower Over Ethernet to USB, which allows charging while in-wall, and is available for both drywall and solid surfaces such as solid wood panels or partition walls. Prices vary widely by iPad model, and required mounting hardware. http://bit.ly/1SE5jCO