Unboxing

  • Hands-on: iPod Shuffle 2K9

    For an Apple product, the new iPod Shuffle is a bit underwhelming in the aesthetics department. It’s tiny, for sure, but I can’t and most likely won’t ever get over the fact that I have to use Apple’s earbuds. What am I supposed to do with my Ultimate Ears and Shures? Read More

  • Unboxing: Targus Essentials for Palm V

    Inspired by the lonesome death of Palm OS I dusted off my old Palm V and found that I had thrown away my docking cable and accessories. Saddened, I took to the Internet only to find an excellent aggregation of actual accessories on Amazon and eBay. A few clicks later and I am now the proud owner of a Targus Essentials Kit for Palm V, one of the best handhelds in the business.
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  • Unboxing: BlackBerry Bold

    It’s been a long time coming and while the rest of the world has had the Bold for months, those of us crackberry heads will finally get it on the 4th of November. We were lucky enough to snag one early and I’m giddy like a 4-year-old with a mountain of tooth-decaying candy on my bed. It’s fast, powerful and oh-so-sexy. I present to you, dear reader, the BlackBerry Bold… Read More

  • Unboxing: Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1 stripped of its cardboard coverings

    Now that the Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1 has stormed European shores, eager owners are rushing to share the unboxing process with the rest of the world. The best we’ve spotted so far is that of Sweden’s Fosfor magazine – for the most part, the rest of them have been “Here’s the box.. HERE’S THE PHONE!”, skipping the oh-so-crucial step-by-step… Read More

  • Unboxing: Pantech C610 for AT&T

    Pantech’s C610 clamshell was announced today for AT&T and we were lucky enough to have one dropped off at the office. The C610 isn’t a bad looking phone to be honest and is well equipped. It can tap into the 3G network for downloading music, games and watching TV clips. It even gives directions with built-in GPS. Memory is expandable via microSD and also includes Bluetooth. Read More

  • Virgin Mobile Shuttle unboxing

    Now that Virgin Mobile has finished the process of gobbling up Helio, they’ve started launching devices which utilize some of the partnerships the buyout brought to the table. The first one out the door is the Virgin Mobile Shuttle, which purportedly totes Buddy Beacon, a locational application that began its life on Helio handsets. I haven’t actually found it (or any other hints… Read More

  • Roughly 30 seconds of angry box ripping

    http://vimeo.com/moogaloop.swf?clip_id=1694692&server=vimeo.com&show_title=1&show_byline=1&show_portrait=0&color=&fullscreen=1 Watch the above video starting at about the one minute mark (hell, watch the whole thing if you have time). I don’t like to do a ton of unboxings but the ones that I do oftentimes feature gardening gloves and safety goggles. [via TUAW] Read More

  • Unboxing: Lian Li PC-XB01 Xbox 360 cooling case

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    Making the long journey all the way from Taiwan is the Lian Li PC-XB01 I’m not sacrificing my Elite to try this puppy out, but John Biggs has volunteered his! I mean, it’s not like he can even get onto Live anymore. My Elite will undoubtedly get a case of the RROD, so I’d like to have my warranty intact when that happens. My first impressions of this thing are that… Read More

  • Spore: Galactic Edition unboxed

    Whoo! With just about 2 weeks left before we’ll all be roaming the Spore universe as questionably shaped creatures of our own design, I’m finally letting myself get excited about this game. While we’ve known what Spore: Galactic Edition would include for some time now (Game/Art DVDs, 128 pg Art of Spore book, 100 pg manual, and a poster), no one has really seen much of the… Read More

  • Caution: Samsung Omnia box may contain little exploding people

    Looks like Samsung is sending little exploding paraders as ambassadors for the Omnia. Check out the video over at MobileCrunch >> (Thanks, David!) Read More

  • Samsung Omnia unboxing goes viral

    You’ve set the bar high for yourselves, Samsung. If a parade of tiny exploding people doesn’t rain out while I unbox my Omnia, I will be sorely disappointed. (Thanks, David!) Read More

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