We're still waiting for someone to create an RSS reader
that spits out feeds like a vintage paper stock ticker, but until that cool-but-admittedly-wildly-unpractical day comes, it looks like we'll have to settle for something like FeedVision's Mister Tipster. Hooked up to your Windows XP-based PC, it'll keep track of all your RSS feeds, displaying headlines one at a time on its four-line LCD display, with three configurable blinkin' lights that can be set to flash when a word or phrase is detected. Ok, so it may not be as au courant as the Optimus mini three
, with its fancy OLED
displays, but you can get your Mister Tipster in your choice of three different colored displays: dark blue text on a gray background, yellow text on a black background, or the classic Game Boy color scheme above. It will, unfortunately, cost you almost as much as the mini three, with the Mister Tipster setting you back $135 at the current sale price, or $150 after October 31st.