Drooling Over the Gizmodo Editor's Search Warrant Gadget Inventory

Tuesday, April 27, 2010 - 08:12 AM

Even for the editor of a gadget blog, it's a list of devices worth drooling over. The search warrant for Jason Chen, the editor of the blog that posted pictures of the next generation iPhone that was left in a bar last week, made public his personal inventory of gadgets. Here's what the police hauled away, according to the warrant:

Two Macbook Pros, one MacBook, a Dell Desktop, an IBM ThinkPad, a 32 GB iPad, a 16 GB iPhone, a Motorola Droid, two digital cameras, two external hard drives, a media server, and two flash drives. A quick price search shows the total value to be about $7,600 (conservatively).

Poor Jason Chen must be having withdrawal.

Here's the full list with links to prices:


  • 1 One Apple Macbook white w/power cord
  • $1000
  • 1 Seagate external 250 GB hard drive
  • $170
  • 1 Samsung digital camera
  • $200
  • 1 Motorola model A855 google cellular
  • $500 (unlocked)
  • 1 HP MediaSmart server
  • $450
  • 2 USB flash drives
  • $20 (or more, depending on size) x2
  • 1 black Western Digital external HD
  • $80 (more, depending on size)
  • Dell XPS410
  • $400-$1000, (let's say $700)
  • 1 Canon Rebel XTI Digital Camera
  • $500
  • 1 Apple iPad 32GB with power cord
  • $600
  • 1 IBM ThinkPad with power cord
  • $750
  • 1 Apple MacBook Pro with power cable
  • $1200
  • 1 iPhone 16 GB
  • $200
  • 1 Macbook Pro with power cord
  • $1200


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