Samsung has announced the arrival of a new model called the L210 Point and Shoot camera. It features a 10.2-megapixel sensor, a 3x optical zoom lens, a 2.5-inch LCD monitor, red eye correction, optical and digital image stabilization, face detection, an SVGA movie mode and ten whole megabytes of internal storage, and an SD / SDHC / MMC card. The Point and Shoot is currently going for about $200. [Gadget-Weblog via Digital Camera Blog]
Vodafone Spain will be carrying the Nokia 6120 classic version also known as the Internet Edition. The classic version has a (High Speed Downlink Packet Access) connection and will be sold in Spain through Vodofone. The 6210 Classic also has a 2.0-megapixel camera with LED flash, video call camera, and the panorama mode. Get yours today for about €0 with contract. [SlashGear]
Samsung Electronics announced the release of its DVD Flash hybrid camcorder VM-DX10 in Korea. It has a 4GB built-in memory and 2.7-inch touch panel LCD screen and supports 3D Noise Reduction Filter technology, along with a Hyper Image Stabilizer and quick start function. Look for this camcorder for about 600,000 Won.[AVING]
Here is a new commercial video from Apple that showcases the convenience of having the Internet in your pocket. Watch the video after the jump.
Check out this cool looking CD player concept by Antoine Lebrun and Volkan Akbiyik called the Pandora Alcantara. It is a wall mounted CD player that features tilt sensing technologies with a remote control that comes in the form of a tilt sensing bar with a touchscreen. If you keep the bar vertical it lets you control volume and the horizontal position lets you go thru tracks. Yanko