Archive for September, 2014

Lazer Scissors

Alright, so this product is definitely NOT as cool as the name. These laser scissors help you cut a straight line via its guiding laser. Yes, the laser is just for a guide. Kind of like those laser levels. Now as soon as they m...

iPod Tote Bag

Hey ladies, ready to throw all style out the window?  The iPod Tote Bag by Fred Flare, let's you care all your stuff -- except your dignity.  This bag features a speaker on the outside with the ability to plug in your iPod or u...


Vitwave MP3 Player Pulsates in Your Hand, Not in Your Pants

VitWave is clearly going for originality and not practicality with this MP3 player.  Designed to be worn on your hand (not your wrist) the player vibrates to the beat.  DAPReview only managed to get their mits on a concept vers...

Netflix adds HD DVD Rentals

Netflix has added support to rent HD DVDs to their system today.  You can access the setup from under Your Account.  From there you can enable HD DVD movies, which will add a new column to your Queue entitled Format.  Under for...

Cell Phones

VK5000: Slimmer then the RAZR

VK Mobile just can’t stop releasing these tiny little candy bar handsets. Their newest device to make headlines is the VK5000.  Clearly following in the footsteps of the VK2000, and VK2100, the VK5000 includes a 1.3 megapixel c...
Home Theater

Philips Inexpensive LCD Remote: SRU9600

In the past Philip’s line of Pronto remotes have been excessively expensive ($1000+ depending on the model) and complicated to program and manage.  For the true home theater techie this was the remote of choice.  Perhaps rethin...


Liquid Floor Tiles

Although these foot tiles won’t help you solve any crimes (think burglar like cartoons) they will make a great topic of conversation for parties, and is sure to keep the maid entertained for hours whilst performing the most mun...
Cell Phones

Sprint Vision and Samsung A920 Review (1st Impression)

As part of Sprint’s Ambassador program they decided to send us a Samsung A920 to test out.  Included in the test is 6 months of unlimited voice and data on Sprint Vision.  Let me just point out that no matter how good the offer...


iMac Face Plates in 6 Colors

With just a few adhesive strips you can now transform your white iMac G5 to a snazzy glowing beacon of style.  The Mactallics face plates are made of an anodized metallic finish that matches the Power Mac G5 or Powerbook (now M...

Sony MSVR-A10 Memory Stick video recorder

Looking to watch movies on your PSP, but sick of paying the people who made the movies?  Then the Sony MSVR-A10 Memory Stick video recorder may be up your alley.  You plug in any video signal via the RCA or S-Video inputs and i...


Waterproof printer paper

Looking for rugged, waterproof paper? Toughprint makes both Laser and Inkjet paper which is 100% waterproof, resists crumples and tears, and can easily be wiped clean. Perfect for printing maps for outdoor use or printing out t...

iPaw iPod chew toy

Now you can encourage your dog to chew on your expensive gadgets! Perhaps the worst chew toy shape chosen since the shoe. Available from for $10.50. iPaw [popgadget]