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Verizon Wireless and LG Electronics formally took the wrapper today off of their Chocolate by LG mobile phone, which as been creating a huge buzz in the United States for sometime now. The Chocolate by LG phone is priced at $149.99 after a $50 instant online discount and new two-year customer agreement.
Of course, Unboxing images have already started hitting the web. Be sure to check out Gadgetell’s Chocolate unboxing peep show for a look at everything the phone comes with. There are also a few images from the users over at Howard Forums as well.
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Our boy Nick Starr is one of the first people we know to pick up one of the new Apple Bluetooth Mighty Mouse units. Of course, Nick has decided to share the love with the rest of us, Unboxing style. He snapped pictures of his Unboxing Ceremony, and put them up on Flickr for all to see. Cool that the mouse can run on either one or two AA batteries, not cool that they squeezy buttons still remain. Nonetheless, head on over to Nick’s Flickr set to check out the images.
This was one of our favorite Unboxing Ceremonies in recent memory, as the iRiver clix is one stylishly-packed device. The 2GB clix has a television-esque screen, and was built with input from both Microsoft and MTV - launching alongside MTV URGE and Windows Media Player 11 beta. Check out the clix unboxing images, along with the full iRiver clix review over at Gear Live. A video review will soon appear on The Bleeding Edge. Anyone else get a clix yet?
Oh, and be on the lookout, as we will be giving one here away on Unboxing very soon.
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Alright all you gadget fans, the new Unboxing has launched, and is ready to continue from where Josh left off. The site is now officially part of the Gear Live Media Network, which means you will see alot more unboxing images, news, and even regular video podcasts. We won’t give it all away here, but do stay tuned for things to come.
Of course, if you have thoughts of your own as to what you want to see here, feel free to let us know either on the forums or in the comments.
To kick things off right, we will be giving away an iRiver clix...details soon to follow!
Okay, let’s get this out of the way right now. The Sony UX-180p wannabe UMPC is gorgeous. Dave Ciccone over at Mobility Today just received his, and has thrown up some nice unboxing images for us all to enjoy.
For more, check out the post over at Mobility Today.
Gear Live has put up a gallery of their uboxing experience with the Kodak EasyShare V570 camera. This one is the world’s first dual lens digital camera, featuring both 35mm and wide angle lenses.
You can check out Gear Live’s Kodak V570 Gallery for the full Unboxing Ceremony
Not all that different than the Verizon Treo 700p, but the folks over at Engadget Mobile have done their geeky duty, and taken lots of photos of the Unboxing Ceremony of the new Sprint Treo 700p they just received:
Note the yellow box. Bright Sprint yellow. At least they didn’t make the Treo that color (actually, that would have been kind of cool ).
Go check out the rest of the pics at Engadget Mobile.
James Kendrick over at jkonthrun is a lucky geek these days. He recently took possession of a Sony UX50 Micro PC (can’t officially call it a UMPC, I guess), and gives us a whopping 44 minute Unboxing Ceremony video:
Head on over, and check it out.
Another lucky geek, Reggie, sent word that he got a UX50 as well, and he has some Unboxing Ceremony photos and impressions posted up on his site, Micro PC Talk.
Blogging buddy Mark VandeWettering over at brainwagon.org brings out the nostalgia in honor of Unboxing.com, and shares a recreation of the Unboxing Ceremony for his Nintendo Virtual Boy:
Matt “palmsolo” Miller has got some initial impressions of Nokia’s E61 “BlackBerry Killer” device over at his new Mobile Gadgeteer blog on ZDNet. He’s also shared some Unboxing Ceremony pics:
You can see the rest of his pics in this Flickr set.
How does Matt like this device? Is he going to replace his reliable Treo 650 with the E61? Read the article, and stay tuned to find out. I never really gave a second thought to any device from Nokia until I saw this one, and read Matt’s thoughts on it. I’ll have to have a closer look…
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