We may still have a hard time watching 3D content, but Fujfilm allows you to create your own with the W1 digital camera. With two 10 mega pixel image sensors, the W1 can record 3D movies for $600. Find out what Chris Hardwick (complete with shiny jacket) and Olivia Munn rate this device.
Kevin Pereira and Alison Haislip bring you a rapidfire Gadget Pr0n where they cram as many portable hard drive reviews in as possible, from the Western Digital My Passport Studio, the Verbatim Insight, the Toshiba Portable hard drive and 250 gig Seagate Replica.
The netbook vs. tablet PC debate continues with the Asus Eee PC 1201N. Kevin Pereira and Olivia Munn review this netbook that weighs 3.2 lbs, measures only 1.3" thick and packs 2 gigs of RAM, all for $475.
Having a hard time deciding between a netbook and a tablet? Chris Hardwick and Kevin Pereira hope to make things easier for you with their review of the Lenovo IdeaPad S10-3t, a Windows 7 laptop with 250 gig hard drive that turns into a multi-touch tablet with a 10" LED display, all for $475.
AOTS recently sent our military expert and field correspondent Weston Scott to Detroit to get the scoop on the sequel to the original S.W.A.T., entitled S.W.A.T.: Fire Fight, and, guess what? He ended up being cast by director Benny Boom to be in the movie! That's right. Boom allowed Weston to be a member of the S.W.A.T. team for a raid on an urban grocery/liquor store.
After going through all of the gear and weapons on set with the military tech adviser for the film, Weston stormed the store with the S.W.A.T. team and threw a smoke grenade to start the siege. So, not only did he get the scoop on the film, but he got to see what it was like for the actors in the film, from wardrobe and equipment, to the long waiting to get the shot just right. Finally, it was action time, and the siege was on.
Check out some more pictures from the set after the jump, and don't forget to tune in on June 3rd to see Weston and co-host Alison Haislip in Tomorrow's Warrior, a look at the newest and most amazing military technology in the field. This G4 special goes behind the military's curtain to peek at the weapons and tactical military equipment of tomorrow, being fielded today.
The flip phone could be back with the Motorola Backflip. Kevin Pereira and Olivia Munn review its 3.1" touch screen, full keyboard, Android OS and reverse hinge mechanism which comes free with a contract.