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Imagine you are so rich you want your own underwater pleasure vehicle, and you don't mind dropping what is likely to be a boatload of cash get it, today may be your lucky, lucky day. A company called Raonhaje has developed the EGO mini-submarine which floats atop the water, but which boasts a subme

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Iomega's eGo line of USB hard drives has seen quite a few iterations over the past few years, but it looks like the company has found room for improvement yet again, with its latest models getting a bump in capacity and a handful of new color options. Now topping out at 500GB, the drives and pack a

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Man, it's crazy to see what flies as a \"luxury phone\" these days. The altogether vanilla looking Ego S9402 fittingly feels pretty darn good about itself, and while twin SIM card slots, a Bang & Olufsen sound processor and a 2-inch QVGA AMOLED display are nice inclusions, we're still wondering w

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We've got a bone (or three) to pick with this one, so we'll just get right down to the beating. For starters, anyone who can't recognize the striking similarity between this handset and Vertu's Ferrari Ascent Ti is obviously wearing Samsung-tinted glasses. Aside from the complete lack of originalit

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The last Iomega eGo drives we saw were notably sleek, but the company's going back to a more bruiser image with the newest in the series -- the Encrypt and BlackBelt once again feature that rubber PowerGrip that cushions the case against impact. As you might expect, the $150 Encrypt features hardwar

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You probably didn't know it, but if you've purchased anything with an unconventional display in the last few years, the screen itself may have been sourced from Kent, Ohio. Kent Displays is about to break out of its own shadow with two new technologies that could be rolling off of the production li

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Iomega went out of its way to make sure you really, really understood that this here external hard drive would go nicely with your MacBook Air, but we'd prefer to see it as something that could slip right into just about any traveler's briefcase. The anodized aluminum shell measures in at just 0.63

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You know what's cool, right? Big, luxurious, fast cars. Those are cool. And then, you know, when you put a car logo on a laptop, and maybe a bit of leather upholstery? You're bordering on seriously cool levels, people. Take it from us, we know. Ego's been making luxury laptops of questionable taste

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Apple Expo kicks off today and Iomega's using the party to launch an array of new and updated Mac-centric (read: HFS+ formatted) storage solutions. The UltraMax line (pictured above) gets the most love, with three tiers of drives now available: the $599 UltraMax Desktop Pro in FireWire 800 / 400 /

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Yep, love is in the air folks, or that could be the smell of thousands of dollars burning a hole in your pocket. Either way, Tulip is offering up yet another completely extravagant carry-case laptop, but the Love Edition is unsurprisingly tailored specifically for next Wednesday. The curvaceous mac

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Considering your mind is probably more focused on that upcoming trip to the slopes than your thoroughly frozen outdoor pool, you probably aren't in any dire need of a floating iPod speaker system in the midst of January, but nevertheless, Atlantic's bringing it to you. Aside from always staying on t

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If you've had your eye on Tulip's line of luxury laptops but don't way to pay the extra bucks to import one (or take time away from your next European vacation to pick one up), you can now get one a little closer to home, with none other than Barneys signed up to deliver the goods in the US. While i

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