Sometimes, we like to see what's on your mind as far as what gadgets you'd like to have reviewed. This is one of those times. This viewer-requested Gadget Pr0n focuses on the ORIGIN EON 15 Gaming Laptop, a rig that hopes to bring PCs back to their gaming roots.
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.
The Sony Dash brings the web right to your fingertips with a 7" touch screen, wireless connectivity and over a thousand free apps like Netflix, Pandora and Facebook. Morgan Webb and Kevin Pereira find out how much entertainment, social networking and information the Dash can bring you for $200.
With the popularity of Facebook and Twitter, it's important to stay constantly connected. That's why Microsoft created the Kin Two with its 3.4" multi-touch display, full keyboard and social networking features. Kevin Pereira and Chris Hardwick review the phone that costs $100 with a contract.
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.
With a 5 megapixel camera and a massive 4.3" multi-touch display, the HTC HD2 allows users to customize every aspect of its interface. Kevin Pereira and Olivia Munn review its 16 gigs of storage and special features, all for $100 with a contract.
2010 means it's time to upgrade your reading skills, which means taking on Barnes & Noble's new feature rich eReader. Kevin Pereira and Chris Hardwick review the Nook with its E Ink display, color touch screen and more for $260.
Keeping your digital photo frame up to date becomes easier with Vizit, a new digital display that allows users to email and upload photos through a wireless connection. Kevin Pereira and Olivia Munn find out if this gadget is worth $280 plus a monthly fee.
Featuring 14.1 megapixels and detailed picture quality, the Canon PowerShot SD1400 could provide everything you'd expect in a digital camera. Kevin Pereira and Morgan Webb review Canon's latest for its low price of $185.
Epic April has come to an end, but that doesn't mean you have to stop enjoying the epic content that has kept a smile on your face all month long. Go ahead and treat yourself to another helping of the best items at the AOTS buffet, including the Star Wars Charity Car Wash segment with Playmate Sara Jean Underwood and the very steamy Star Wars Charity Car Wash Photo Gallery, as well as the three part tour of Skywalker Ranch and ILM (and if you like Star Wars, you'll love St*r Warz Burlesque Presented by The Devil's Playground)!
There's also a great discussion about Bungie's Deal with Activision, A Nightmare on Elm Street preview, an interview with the film's star, the new Freddy Krueger, Jackie Earle Haley, and a review of the killer new HTC Droid Incredible phone!
Plus, for you inquisitive folks who enjoy looking behind the curtain, there're behind-the-scenes interviews with Community's Danny Pudi and the aforementioned Jackie Earle Haley. That's not to mention the Attack of the Staff interviews with comic book expert, Blair Butler, film reviewer Chris Gore, the cheater we all love, Kristin Adams, gadget guru Chris Hardwick, the beloved jokester Blair Herter and G4's fearless field correspondent Alison Haislip. That should keep you busy for a while!
3D televisions are on their way, and Panasonic may be ahead of the curve with their 3D plasma TV. Kevin Pereira and Olivia Munn take a look its special features like the included LCD shutter glasses, Viera Cast and 600 Hz refresh rate, all for $2,500.
The first batch of 3D televisions have arrived, but Kevin Pereira and Olivia Munn find out if this new feature is worth the price bump with the Samsung 46" 3D LED TV. With spectacular image quality and a 240 Hz refresh rate, find out if this screen is worth $2,300 for its 3D capability.
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