Archive for the ‘Gadgets’ Category
The Stormtracker Weather Alert is your all in one extreme weather saviour. Although small there is no shortage of tasks that can be completed by the Stormtracker. TV, Radio, LED Lantern, Flashlight, and cellphone charger are all features on this $150 gadget. Read the rest of this entry »
Philips and Intel would be developing a portable tablet computer designed to accomodate medics’ need for watching over patients and sending data through their main computers in realtime. The tablet is 10.4 inches with a 1024 x 768 touch-screen resolution display. Read the rest of this entry »
SanDisk’s new concept flash storage USBTV has been released with limited information. What is known is the capacity of it which is quite impressive. Right now they plan to have a 2GB, 4GB, and a 8GB. This is subject to change because it is a concept, but Tech Puddle will have more information on it once it is released. View more pictures after the break Read the rest of this entry »
The Walletex WalletFlash is an ultra thin MP3 designed to be stored in your wallet for your convenience, and impressive capacity of 128MB to 2GB. Although these features are very nice the downside is not having a screen. As of now there is no word on the pricing or other specifics other than the highly anticipated release which is expected sometime in June 2007. Read the rest of this entry »
Jobs can be very boring, but not when your defending your office with this bad boy. Standing 7″ tall, and maneuvering 180 degrees, and horizontally 45 degrees you can now attack your coworkers with this foam dart launcher from your computer. Enemies from 5-8′ away are no problem for this office defender and it is sure you get you through some boring days.
Here is the new QuickPod which is an expendable handheld monopod perfect for taking pictures of yourslef. So for all you MySpace lovers, you’ll definitally need one of these to get your pictures of yourself on the web. This $25 gadget extends 18 inches and is a great gift idea. You could also use this for concerts (so you can see over everyone else), hard to reach places, and on holiday trips.
Thanko a Japanese company, has just released the new VIGLB01 video glasses. You hook up any video source to these shades and they will trick your brain into thinking you’re watching you video on a 37″ screen from 6.5 feet away.
This would be great for your iPod, and other portable DVD players, but it does carry a hefty price tag, $255.
This three in one chair is designed for multiple purposes. the Gravity Chair from Norwegian baby products maker Stokke will let you lay back and take a nap, sit up just like a normal chair, and lean foreword for when you need to reach down low. This chair has many different fabrics and furnishes, but I’m not sure if it’s all worth the flat price of $2310.
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The hover mouse does exactly what it’s title says. This new product definitaly goes above and beyond the norm. “It uses electromagnetic hovering technology to do its thing, and it still has a respectable 6,000-dpi accuracy.” Although it can’t brush your teeth or tie your shoes, I’m sure it’s very atimidating when you go to LAN parties with a floating mouse. Read the rest of this entry »
Well for the few of you peopleÃ‚Â that still actually read books, I’ve found the product for you! This new rig helps you read your book without using an annoying light that everyone else can see. This new gadget shines on only a single page using a LED light underneath your page. It requires AAA batteries that lasts 40 hours. There are two different types, one for hard cover, and the other for paperback, both priced at $69.95. Read the rest of this entry »