Daily Archives: March 29, 2006

RFID Auto Cooking Hot Plate


If you’re totally inept at cooking and Mommy ain’t around to hold your spatula, the Vita Craft RFIQ is the next best thing to an emasculating experience. The induction-powered hot plate scans recipes cards via and RFID reader embedded in the handle, and automatically tells the hot plate cooking temperature and provides...

64GB USB Flash drive by BUSLink


We’re having a hard time believing this 64GB flash drive is real, and at a whopping $5000 we’d be surprised if anyone is daring enough to test it. Not too long ago we heard rumors of Samsung flash capacities like this emerging, but this soon? Measures 3.875″x1″x .625″, and weighs...

Microsoft CEO Brainwashes His Kids


Steve Ballmer, the Microsoft CEO known for whirling a chair across the room in reaction to an employee fleeing to Google, has admitted in an interview to forbidding his children from listening to not only an iPod, but using search giant Google. “My children–in many dimensions they’re as poorly behaved as...

A Keyboard You Can Smash


If you’ve got a penchant for video game frustration, then the Grandtec Virtually Indestructible Keyboard made of silicone is probably a choice peripheral. Comes in two colors: black and glow in the dark, and because it’s made of silicon it types virtually silent, is impervious to liquid, and can be...

Triton Body Dryer


Sick of washing towels all the time?  Big fan of air drying?  The new Triton Body Dryer will let you air dry within 3 minutes at the cost of mere pennies for its use. I’ve seen hot lights that help you air dry before, but this has to be the...

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