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GeekBeatTV #224: 3D notebook that doesn’t make you wear special glasses, getting your phone charged without the cable mess, ivy-covered walls that could help you get off the power grid, and a review of the HTC Flyer Android tablet!

Glasses-Free 3D Notebook

Toshiba is bringing you a 3D notebook, with no glasses required. The Qosmio F755 will be available August 16 for $1700.
http://www.wired.com/gadgetlab/2011/08/glasses-free-3-d-notebook/

Charging Without Cables

Cables are a pain, but we need them to keep our gear charged. Or do we? The MiniDock plugs into the wall, and charges your phone without a cable to be seen!
http://www.bluelounge.com/products/minidock/

Solar Ivy

There’s definitely an old-style charm to ivy covered buildings, but this new design of solar collector can make them things of beauty to the most modern alternative energy enthusiasts.
http://geekbeat.tv/ivy-covered-buildings-may-be-the-look-of-energy-independence/

JackThreads

Hey guys, want to shop for clothes from your computer? Head on over to JackThreads and try them out. They can save you up to 80% on popular brands.

HTC Flyer Review

Geek Beat blogger Leland Flynn gives his impressions of the HTC Flyer and tells us why a tablet with a stylus can be a pretty cool thing.
http://geekbeat.tv/review-htc-flyer-android-tablet/

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