Friday, 11 November 2011

Five for the weekend: Eee Pad Transformer Prime to Modern Warfare 3!

 

Five for the weekend: Eee Pad Transformer Prime to Modern Warfare 3!

 

Five for the weekend: Eee Pad Transformer Prime to Modern Warfare 3!

As the weekend approaches its time to look back on some of the best gadgets and gaming news seen this week. There have been plenty of amazing tech on show. Read on for our weekly roundup of some of the best. 

From 3D cameras to 3D cinemas you can wear on your head. There has been plenty of amazing gadgets to get excited about over the past seven days. Don’t forget to click on the links for more info on each one.

It’s been a good week in the gadget world, with some genuinely impressive gadgets. We particularly love the idea of any wearable screens – like the Epson Moverio below – that promise to change the way we play games or watch movies. Read on for the other top 5 stories.

 The Panasonic Lumix DMC 3D1 features lenses that can work independently of each other to focus on two different subjects simultaneously. Amazing stuff.

Epson Moverio BT-100 Video Glasses: A private 3D cinema you can wear 

These futuristic glasses give the illusion of starting at a 50-inch 3D television from 10 feet away. A web browser also lets wearers browse the internet and view Flash videos. The device is pretty flash itself.

HTC Edge: Four fab reasons to get excited! 
Mobile World Congress – the world’s biggest smartphone exhibition kicks off on just a few months, but already rumours are spreading about what will be on show.

Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime details revealed The powerful Asus Eee Pad is a clever tablet computer than comes with its own detachable keyboard dock that makes it look and work just like a laptop. It also has a quad-core Tegra 3 processor, 1GB of RAM and an impressive 18-hour battery life.

Modern Warfare 3: Five reasons why it’s the best Modern Warfare 3 is out in stores right now. Did you know that it’s the best Modern Warfare game yet? Here are five reasons why

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