Gadget Show Live 2010

Editorial

Edimax

Edimax are an old friend of XSR, so we popped buy and met up with our buddy Paul who showed off their latest products.

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The highlight being this rediculously small wireless adapter which should be available later in the year.

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There’s also a couple of fancy wireless enabled routers…

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Including a new one that will be made available later this year.

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QuietPC and Mi-hub

When stopping by at the QuietPC stand I was given a chance to try out Dirt2 over three 3D Zalman monitors.

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It was pretty good fun. It felt pretty cool turning sideways to look out the side windows.

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Paul "Skippy" Lee is the man to see at QuietPC, so I had to get a snap with the mug.

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The MiHub stand was another one I checked out, and they were exhibiting a TV stand known as – surprise surprise – the MiHub. It features a pair of sub woofers and up to 6 mids that produced some pretty awesome sound.

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It has a built in control panel, iPod dock and high quality DVD player at the front. Hopefully look for a review of this soon.

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Sanyo

Over at Sanyo’s expansive stand, there was a few different brands on offer. One of them was the Eneloop brand where I got a free energy drink and checked out their fancy rechargable batteries.

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The meat of the display though were their camcorders, which were incredibly small, packed huge zoom lenses and long recording times.

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They look quite snazzy too. Eat that Flip.

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They also had a mixing and recording studio built into a tiny device. Not sure how it worked, but was very cool.

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