I like the look of this. When I first saw it (and for that matter when I first saw the original version ages back) I thought how cool it would be if you could just plug in a USB hard drive. I didn’t notice at first, but it turns out this version accepts USB flash drives, so there’s a good chance that it’ll work with a spinning version, no? Or am I just hoping? They mention their Cruzer drives, of course. Anyway, I don’t know if there’s any intrinsic technical difference between a USB flash or hard drives, but why would there be? (So many questions in this post…) Here’s hoping.
Also interesting is the second CF slot, which can store reduced-resolution versions of user-selected images specifically for TV viewing. Handy.
This is ker-azy! I WANT one! (You *must* watch the video for this, seriously.)
Over on the gamecubicle boards, there’s an interesting thread about massive networking possibilities of Nintendo DS. it seems to point to an idea that the machine can act as a repeater, in so doing creating a dynamic network of DS machines, without the need for any wifi access point. Wild! Then they become self-aware…
Interesting article at Search Engine Watch.
Sorry if this is old news, but I’d never seen DC Flyby, which is of all things a US government site. It’s a slice of some pretty nice pixel art. And large.
(Y además la puedes colgar en la pared, dicen…) Probablamente no están pensando en vender este producto en el mercado español. Pero, tambien puede ser que sí! Atacama Puta. “Elegante y silenciosa” ;)
Over at VR-Zone Hardware, they’ve worked out what all photogs wanted to know: could the new MuVo (the 2 version) be used as the source material for v. cheap CF storage? Looks like the answer is yes.