Sony has announced two cool, if a little ‘whimsical’, gadgets in the past few days.
The Mylo – a pocket WiFi device, reminciant to the Nokia 770, which offers Skype, GTalk and Yahoo messaging, emial and web browsing.
And the slightly less interestingly named GPS-CS1 – a clever GPS dongle that tracks your geographic location during trips and then syncs the time stamps on your photographs with the lat/long recorded on the device at the moment the photo was taken.
Check out Engadget’s post for both the Mylo and the GPS-CS1.
Now, if only Sony could combine the two… <drool>
Cool – but I think they should have combined the Mylo with the PSP.. they look similar already, and I use my PSP as much for web browsing as I do for gaming. Imagine how cool a Mylo-PSP would be!
.. oh ok, throw GPS in as well, so we could have location-based PSP gaming 🙂
That Mylo is interesting, but combining the two units (Or hell, just add-on to the PSP) would make one hell of a handheld. That GPS jammy would be very cool taking pictures during travels, knowing the co-ordinates just adds a nice touch, 10 years go by, you find yourself in the area, instantly transports you back…. Ahhhh technology.
I mean, I could use that thing, I’m usually stoned out of my gourd, so being able to have some sort of stamp as to where I’ve been would rock my fro.
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