Archive for July 23rd, 2014
 
 
 
Gaming
 

AlphaGrip AG-5:QWERTY Keyboard in a Game Pad

The day I can type 30-60 WPM on this alien looking thing, is the day I quit my day job and take up court room stenography.  Ok, so the manufactures claims may be a little lofty, but we can’t blame them for trying.  Riddled with...
 
Science
 

Transmedics – organ transplant transport device

As you may have seen on medical shows, most transplant organs are transfered via cold storage (glorified ice chest). Although better than other transportation methods, cold ischemic storage is still prone to causing damage to t...

 
Cell Phones
 

Portable Cell Phone Repeater Station

Your probably looking at this thing wonder what the hell it could be.  It looks like a full mobile tactical computer work horse (or something technical sounding), but its actually a Dual-Band Rapid Deployment Cellular Repeater ...
 
MP3
 

The DJ Turntable Guitar

Vestax S-1 Premium Stage Controller is in fact a turntable turned guitar shape.  Designed for the DJ who no longer wants to be hidden behind a set of turntables, the S1 utilizes CDs and MP3s instead of vinyl (duh) to mix and sc...

 
Storage
 

Self-Destructing USB Memory Stick

“This message will self destruct in 5 seconds.?  Remember that from the days of the Mission Impossible show?  Kingston’s self-destruct USB drive may not warn its hacker, nor will it disintegrate leaving a trail of smoke, but tr...
 
Gaming
 

iTrip PSP

Griffin Technology, makers of the famous iTrip FM Transmitter for the iPod, have made an iTrip for the PSP -- cleverly named the iTrip PSP. The iTrip PSP connects seamlessly to the bottom of your PSP and looks damn stylish too....

 
Wireless
 

Orb Wireless Router

We may have possibly the weirdest wireless router to present you -- The Orb.  The Orb actually consists of two parts that communicate via your home's electrical wiring.  The first is the network home plug where you plug in your...
 
Household
 

Sun-Star StitchLock Staple-less Stapler

The is actually a stapler that uses no staples. The Stich Lock uses the paper itself to hold the pages together! It can stitch up to 7 pages together without the use of a staple. The StitchLock is apparently very popular in off...