Monthly Archives: January 2006

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Pong Clock Now On Sale

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Remember the Pong Clock? Well, it’s now available for preorder for $240 and ships in February. For some reason I thought it was much larger, but perhaps that is the prototype version only. Also, according to MoCoLoco, you should be able to play the retro game handheld style....

Self Dictating USB Digital Pen

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There seems to be some skepticism to how exactly this USB digital pen works, but it sounds like Red Ferret is heading in the right (get it) direction. So what is this USB pen thingee you ask? As you lay ink the pen dictates to the USB equipped flash memory...

USB Glowing Mouse Pad

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Here some more desktop paraphernalia for you. It’s the Allsop desktop enhancing mouse pad with 4 blue encompassing LEDs. Just plug the pad into your computer and the surrounding bubble glows a brilliant blue. Next purchase: neon lights for your cars undercarriage. Available here for $35. Via GadgetCandy...

USB Beverage Chiller By CoolIT

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Remember the guys that recently brought us the Xbox 360 cooling system? To help promote their line of computer and game cooling systems they’ve released a USB beverage chiller – no external power supply need. The USB cold plate is designed to keep your already cold beverage cold, and does...

Auto Laundry to the Rescue

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I am totally one of those people that dreads doing laundry. I hate the organizing, the loading and worst of all the folding. Maybe if I could afford, let alone fit one of these Body Boxes in my apartment I would find every other Thursday open for drinking and beer...

Speaker Pillow

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Face it. Headphones and sleep just don’t bode well together when it comes to comfort. To fall asleep to your most relaxing concerto, or to just dull out the ringing in your ears (aka tinnitus) you need to consider the Sound Pillow with built in speakers. We’re not sure how...

i-Blue Inexpensive GPS Add On Unit

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The i-Blue High Sensitivity Bluetooth GPS Receiver is an add-on portable GPS unit compatible with PDAs, Laptops, and Palm Handhelds that support Serial Port Protocol (SPP). It boasts a 30 hour battery life, and auto sleep mode enabling up to 360 hours of standby time. Charging the device takes only...

Samsung Digital SLR Announced

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Samsung launched its first Digital SLR camera today. Developed in conjunction with Pentax, the GX-1S 6 megapixel SLR is in fact the Pentax DS2 rebranded. Nonetheless, the GX-1S weighs 505g, can shoot 2.8 frames per second, and sports a 2.5? LCD. The GX-1S also utilizes a new advanced Schneider Kreuznach...

Apple iPod Radio Remote Reviewed

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It looks like iLounge managed to get their hands on the recently released iPod Radio Remote. Pretty impressive given the 3 week shipping time. What did they think of the new iPod Radio Remote? Pros: A convenient iPod shuffle-like remote control for iPod 5G and nano with the added ability...

VibeTonz – feel your ringtones

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Pretty soon you’re going to be able to feel your ringtones thanks to VibeTonz. This new technology will be featured on a Samsung and hitting the market soon. This embedded chip basically allows the phone to produce a range of ‘vibro-tacticle’ sensations. While obviously current generation phones can vibrate, this...

Gold connector USB cables

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Cable manufactuers have been doing this for years. Suckering poor consumers out of more money. While gold is one of the best conductors out there (low resistence), it’s also a very expensive metal. In fact, both silver and copper, both cheaper metals, have lower resistence. However, science aside, there’s always...