Daily Archives: October 7, 2008


A Really Unusual Safe, The Band Safe


More gimmick then utilitarian, unless you wanna annoy the crap out of the burglar, the Band Safe is a puzzle. It works by placing an object in the center largest compartment from the bottom. To move the object to another drawer line up the arrows and tilt accordingly. So the...


Stainless Steel Wallet Made From Real Steel

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A product like this begs the question of fire resistance? That has yet to be determined, but since it’s woven from 25,000 steel threads no more then .001-inches thick, it’s safe to say this wallet is resistant to the elements. It won’t stretch, bend, or wear and it’s impervious to...


Antec Skeleton PC Case


Although it appears as though the Antec Skeleton is capable of take off, or cooling the engine of a Ford Mustang GT, it’s in fact a PC Case.  Mounted on the top is a 250mm fan with multicolor LEDs, and if that doesn’t keep your home made PC cool, it’s...


Cyberdyne Inc. Set To Mass Produce HAL Robot Suit

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Putting aside the two movie names present in the title of this article, which by the way are both closely tied to robotics, the HAL suit is real and is apparently entering into mass production according to its CEO.  The HAL suits operates by detecting slight electric muscle impulses and...


Southwing Intros SH241 Bluetooth Headset With One Touch News


Novelty never pushes a product to critical mass, but apparently Southwing didn’t get the memo.  They’ve introduced a Bluetooth headset, the SH241, that features a one touch button that auto dials AT&T’s ‘VoiceInfo’ service.  Once prompted, users can drill down into headlines, scores, weather and more all by voice.  Course,...


Razer Unveils Lycosa Mirror and Arctosa Edition Keyboards


Razer unveiled two new versions of its gaming keyboard, the Lycosa, today.  The Lycosa Mirror adds a polished finish to the keyboard’s surface and is complimented by enhanced backlighting (pictured).  The Arctosa is designed for the gamer on a budget and foregos the backlighting for silver on black lettering, or...


Slick, Low Profile Media Center: OMS-SX100


I’m no media center fanatic, but this low profile (2.7-inches) unit from Okoro Media System struck a cord with the aesthetics snob in me. The OMS-SX100 is equipped with an AMD dual core Athlon X2 processor, is energy ‘green’ and comes standard with a 500GB hard drive, DVD burner, 2GB...


Asus Intros First Quad-Core Gaming Laptop: G71


Asus announced the World’s first quad-core processor laptop, today.  Additionally, it also features the ability to overclock the processor’s speed – 3 settings – thanks to the Direct Console 2.0 interface.  Expect, at the top end of course, 2x 500GB hard drives, 4GB of DDR3 RAM, a 17-inch LCD with...


Nikon Rolls Out Borg Like Headphones: UP300x


“Hey Nikon, I don’t know how to tell you this, but you make cameras!” What in the world is going on? Today, Nikon rolled out the oddest looking piece of kit, regardless of the fact that they’re primarily a camera manufacture. As you can see the UP300x takes the familiar...