Monday, January 31, 2011

Revolutionary Beer Pouring System

Some epic guy named Josh Springer who is the head of "GrinOn" has developed a magnetic Beer filling system that can serve 56 beers in One Minute! While demonstrating this machine at Las Vegas they beat their own record for beers served with the machine. Just looking at the video you can see how the cups are almost instantly filled and are ready to be served. I can only imagine how much fun this could be at a party. The cups are specially made to work with the machine and only cost 30 more cents than regular plastic. Looks like its worth the investment.


I know know about you but I got a craving for a drink.

Saturday, January 29, 2011

Want a water powered Jetpack?

While taking my "daily browsing on the internet" routine I came across this sweet piece of coolness. Its non other than a jetpack, well a water powered that is. Called the Jetlev, it works by sucking up water from a constant water source, only used while hovering on the beach etc.., and releasing it at a high pressure. To be exact it releases 430 pounds of thrust, enables about 30 feet of altitude, and a "fly" speed at 22 Mph. It has controls the user can easily use to do whatever it is they have the pleasure of doing. If you want one you'll have to fork over about $100,000. Its exact price tag is the low cost of $99,500... yep definitely not for the average person.

If you have money to blow, why not on this. You'll be the most epic cool person ever.

Thursday, January 27, 2011


Sony has confirmed a holiday release for the PSP2 aka NGP (Next Generation Portable). I was in awe at the hardware capabilities during their live demonstration video. What really struck me the most was the "almost identical" PS3 graphics it will offer. During the demonstration they were playing Uncharted Drake (PSP2 Version) and it looked exactly as playing it on a PS3. This little portable machine is like a PS3 on the GO!

The PSP2 is finally here. Sony revealed its brand new PlayStation Portable at an event in Tokyo today, giving us our first official look at the PlayStation maker's next bold foray into handheld gaming. Here are the first details.

Sony confirmed many of the features of the PSP2 that we've already heard in the form of leaks, rumor and speculation. The PSP2 features a high-resolution, touch-sensitive OLED screen that's larger than the original PSP screen, tilt-sensitive SIXAXIS controls, dual analog sticks, front and back-facing cameras, and a touch sensitive back panel.

The device features built-in WiFi and 3G wireless connectivity. Sony boasts that the new PlayStation Portable is as powerful as a PlayStation 3.

For now, Sony is officially calling the new PlayStation Portable by its codename, Next Generation Portable or NGP. It will be out this holiday.

The Specs:

CPU: Confirmed  ARM® Cortex™-A9 core (4 core)
GPU: SGX543MP4+Display: 5 inch OLED with 960 x 544 resolution
Wireless: WiFi, 3G, GPS
Inputs: Touchscreen, touch sensitive back panel, D-pad, L/R shoulder buttons, standard PlayStation buttons
The Games
Sony showcased a handful of games alongside the reveal of the new PSP, including new titles Little Deviants and Gravity Daze, plus games based on the following PlayStation franchises.

Hustle Kings
Hot Shots Golf


Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Looking to get a new phone?

With so many smartphones in the market it is a bit tough trying to pick which one is the best. Well if you read below I can tell you which phone to get if your the gaming person looking for a phone and if your the person looking for the best Android phone out there currently.

                                                                     Gamers that Call

 If your looking to get good gaming as well as having the luxury of the device being a phone, your best bet this year for such a device is the upcoming PSP Sony Ericsson Phone or official name "Xperia Play". Though details are scarce, this phone easily bests all other phones in regards to gaming. What is currently known is it will use a graphics chip similar to the upcoming PSP2, definitely a mobile graphic powerhouse. Sony put mobile gamin on the spot when it released the PSP. They are no strangers to mobile graphics and you can rest assured this phone will provide plenty of it. Not only that but it will slide out into a control scheme like the current PSP GO for better control and playability. Besides its beautiful touchscreen you can also have physical control on your phone and what better way than that of controller. In my opinion if your looking for a better gaming experience that what a regular smartphone can offer, the upcoming PSP phone is your best investment in the near foreseeable future. To the left is an image courtesy of "" showing what the PSP phone looks like as of now though it can change in certain aspects. It is now confirmed that the "Xperia Play" will run the Android 2.3 operating system aka "Gingerbread" and will run games specifically designed for it. Hardware-wise, it will have a 1GHz Qualcomm MSM8655 CPU, 512MB of RAM, 1GB of ROM, and a 3.7- to 4.1-inch screen. The device will also hold the four awesome PlayStation buttons, start/select buttons, a D pad, shoulder buttons, and a touch pad with what appear to be two sensors.Price not yet mentioned but here is the first official Ad from ""

Typical with the Very Best
If u want a fun mobile experience and being able to customize your phone completely, Android powered phones are the best choice. With them you can make them exactly how you want them to be. It is the most conventional "true-to-self" operating system on a mobile phone. The complicated thing with Android phones are that, so many are out there its hard to make a choice. It seems as if almost every month a new Android phone from every cellphone company and manufacturer is announced. So which phone should you get currently? I suggest the Motorola Atrix, as it truly is the most powerful smartphone available. It is the first phone using the Tegra 2 Processor from nVidia. In my other post I mentioned how the Tegra 2 is a dual core chip, it will simply make this phone so fast and be able to do absolutely everything you could want without the fear of lagging or slowing down. Currently I'm with a Mytouch3G and it drives me insane as it lags due to the ancient processor inside. With the Motorola Atrix you are getting much more that just another powerful smartphone. The Motorola Atrix is able to dock into a laptop when connected to a monitor/TV. It is as if having a laptop in the comfort of your pocket. There pretty much isn't anything else to say. This phone is simply powerful and a beautiful piece of hardware. You will get all the goodies like a good camera and recording device. It is a remarkable phone and I cant wait to get my hands on one. A Youtube video is linked to the side if you want to see it in action and be further convinced of its amazing functions.

For Apple Fans

The iPhone is a magical piece of hardware and the current model 4 version is supplying the needs for its fans. If you are planning to buy an iPhone 4 as of now I strongly recommend you hold off for a couple of months. Why? The most obvious reason is Apple is working on a new iPhone and will be unveiling it as it usually does every year around April or so. It can easily be guessed the iPhone 5 is in the works and will be available this year. Once more it will offer a lot more than what the current iPhone 4 is offering so why bother getting one now. It is just my opinion and seems logical to hold off to get the better version of the iPhone. You don't want to get desperate and go buy an iPhone 4 now only to want the iPhone 5 when it releases this year. A simple search online for the iPhone 5 yields many mock up models of what it may look like as well as this image of reportedly leaked images of the iPhone 5.Lastly it is somewhat confirmed the iPhone 5will make use of the NFC technology. You may have seen online or in newspapers of this technology enabling the device using it to act like a credit card at times of purchases, etc. Once the iPhone 5 releases there will be almost no need to buy the current 4th generation device, after all we all want the latest, craziest gadget in our hands.

Saturday, January 22, 2011

What the Dual Core Processor Looks Like

 Alright so after scouting online trying to find out what will power the new Android Phones I found this nice looking piece of hardware. Its the Tegra 2 processor from nVidia which is Dual Core. Putting it to understandable perspective this processor is good enough to run a netbook/laptop so imagine the possibilities by putting it on a Smartphone. Graphics will be on par to most hand-held gaming devices as well as the video output being around the "True" HD factor. Now the questions popping up everywhere are that of, will laptops and net books become obsolete due to Tablets and Smartphones becoming more and more powerful and being able to do much more. I honestly don't think so but if this trend continues, that is exactly what might happen.
          Get a hold of this "nVidia plans to unveil the Tegra 3 processor at the upcoming World Mobile Congress that partakes in Barcelona." We will just be getting a taste of the dual core Tegra 2 processor this year and nVidia already has the Tegra 3 done. Technology at its finest.