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Engadget's back to school guide {Engadget}

Aug 20th 2009 5:36PM My dad was a DJ for a long time and he recommends the Koss Pro 4AAA. They're about $100 and apparently have excellent quality as well as a LIFETIME WARRANTY.

BUY NAO.

Asus makes optical-endowed Eee PC 1004DN official {Engadget}

Mar 30th 2009 3:17PM AUGH WHY DO YOU DO THIS

Here's the problem, Asus. You truly introduced the netbook concept as we see it now into the market. You astounded us with small, cheap laptops that, even though they weren't very fast, made up for it in price.

Now you've fucked it up.

You have just created a just-barely-not-an-ultraportable "netbook" (mind the quotes) that completely shatters the original concept.

Don't get me wrong, I love new, fast technology. It's just that through creating this behemoth, you've further diluted your brand.
Let's take a look.

This Eee has:

A DVD burner,
A 1.66GHz Atom N280 processor,
120GB of storage,
and a fingerprint scanner.

Why, I ask you? Why?

This machine will pray for death when that DVD drive spins up.

I'm fine with including the 120GB of storage, and the 1.66Ghz Atom, but with a 9 inch screen.

Did you hear me? A 10 inch screen is TOO BIG.
Once you get past 9 it's uncomfortable to carry.

Stop what you are doing to this brand. Go back to the Eee 900 and start from there. Redesign it to fit to the original ideals of the product.

By the way, as to the cost; How much is this turd going to run us? A $500 netbook is TOO EXPENSIVE in this economic climate.

August House of Chanel designs Segway, for real {Engadget}

Feb 20th 2009 5:13PM "...so we have no idea... what they're going to cost (the Ferrari model runs about $12,000), but we know they won't be cheap. Looking good never is..."

So that means this'll be dirt-cheap!

Sony's LocationPorter transmits video over 3G at a price you can't afford {Engadget}

Feb 3rd 2009 3:20PM >worn on a strap
>on a strap
>strap-on?