Monthly Archives: March 2006

16GB CellDisk Flash Drive

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CellDisk can now safely say they have the largest thumb drive with the new 16 GB CellDisk Flash Drive.  These Flash Drives are starting to make my external 20 GB FireWire jump drive look pretty silly. 16GB Iocell CellDisk: world’s largest flash drive [Engadget]...

aXbo Alarm Knows When to Wake

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We just can’t get away from these alarm clocks. The aXbo Alarm Clock is by far the smartest, but we do have some skepticism to how effective it really it. The aXbo is a two module alarm clock: a wrist band that monitors and a box that receives and computes...

SmartLids Tell You When Too Hot to Sip

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The Smartlid system is super simple.  Place the lid on a hot cup of coffee.  Too hot to drink and the lid turns from a coffee brown to a hot indicating red.  Once the coffee cools to a suitable temperature the lid returns to its original color. Product page here....

Over the Counter Flight Simulator

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Ok, so we didn’t think you could buy Flight Simulators “over the counter?, but it looks FAO Schwarz, the once defunct toy store, has the Morphis ESP Motion Simulator for $300,000.  With enough room for the whole family, including the dog and au pair (it holds eight), you can select from a...

Bluetooth Rearview Mirror with Parking Sensors

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Can’t back up?  Can’t drive while chit chatting on your phone?  Are you 3 foot nothing and have trouble seeing behind you?  Then perfect, because the ModooFree gives you the ears and eyes to do all that.  The MHF-R330BT (if you cant tell the BT stands for Bluetooth) rear view...

Sony Ericsson ‘Black Diamond’ Cell Phone

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  With no ski pun probably intended, the Sony Ericsson Black Diamond is for the uber cool, yet coy individual in us all.  Spouting an essence of affluence from its OLED seamlessly integrated display, this phone is probably just a concept. Sony Ericsson ‘Black Diamond’ Cell Phone [Phone Dig]...

Windows Vista eats up 800MB of RAM

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As a blogger, I love being part of the rumor mill and spreading this kind of crap.  So according to the Inquirer, clearly a reliable source based on their name alone, Microsoft Windows Vista eats up 800MB of RAM all by its lonesome just to idle. According to the source,...

Hammacher Schlemmer Wireless Bluetooth Computer Speakers

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From the makers of the Studio-Quality Triode-Tube iPod Speakers, comes a pretty unique wireless bluetooth computer speaker.  This wireless 2.1 stereo speaker system can be placed anywhere within 100′ of your PC or Mac. The cool part about the unit?  You can control the volume, play, pause, forward and rewind...

Toshiba et20 DVD surround sound projector

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Looking to build a home theater room with a nice projector?  Not in the mood to run cables all over the place?  Then the Toshiba et20 may be the projector for you.  This all-in-one projector features a DVD player and built in 5.1 surround sound system. The projector is supposedly...

KB-2800 Wireless Pointer Stick Keyboard

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Keyboards with built in pointing devices are not a new invention. Keyboards have been equipped with trackpads for years now. However, the Trust KB-2800 Wireless Pointer Stick Keyboard is different. The KB-2800 features a unique pointing device — a sort of joystick. Picture those little nipples you’ve seen between the...

New Sony Car Head Unit w/ Built in Bluetooth: MEX-BT5000

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Sony’s newest head unit for the car integrates Bluetooth and hands free calling into one neat, sleek package.  A microphone is built directly into the device so no messy wiring is needed, and the caller’s voice is routed to the in car speakers.  Caller information can also be displayed on...