Daily Archives: January 12, 2006

4GB SD Card @ 22.5mb/s

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A blog that I read daily recently touted a SD card for having a 2GB capacity and a 22.5mb/s transfer rate. I was doing some surfing today and stumbled upon one better: a 4GB SD card with 22.5mb/s transfer rate – that’s twice the capacity. Cost you $200 from Surplus...

Cell Phone Charging Radio

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Until fuel cell technology becomes ubiquitous and cheap, you might wanna opt for good old fashion hand cranked power. The Cell Phone Charging Hand-Crank Radio also receives AM/FM, 7 weather channels, VHF TV audio, and has ALERT function to receive National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration weather warnings. It also includes...

Audi/B&O Telescoping Speaker System

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Bang & Olufsen recently unveiled is Advanced Sound System for Audi A8 and S8s. Putting aside its 1000 watts of power, and 14 individually powered speakers, the B&O’s A.S.S (insert joke here) incorporates the use of a dashboard mounted speakers called Acoustic Lens. When the system is powered on, the...

Medis Fuel Cell for Cell Phones

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Fuel cell seem to be all the rage nowadays. Whether it’s a fuel cell car or even a fuel cell clock. And why shouldn’t they be? The promise of water powering our gadgets more than any other battery technology is pretty amazing. However, there’s certainly a lot of hurdles to...

Water Powered Clock

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If you need a little more novelty in your life and already have the water powered calculator, then you need one of these. It’s a clock that runs on the liquid of your choice, and apparently does so by extracting electrons and converting them to electricity via a fuel cell....

BUOY wireless floating speakers

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If you’re anything like me, you enjoy your music while sitting in your hot tub outside. However, my outdoor speaker is at least 5 feet from my hot tub. Unacceptable. Imagine if it could have been floating alongside me IN the hot tub. Stop imaginging! Thanks to the BUOY, it’s...

Jet Fighter Rated Headphones

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When I was a regular commuter of public transportation, I realized it was a constant balancing act between my iPod’s volume and the screech of the train’s wheels. I didn’t want the music so loud that I would damage my ears, but I also wanted to hear my tuneage, and...