Daily Archives: April 21, 2009


Personal Humidifier Uses Water Bottles


In the dry months some will argue that the key to staying healthy is a humid atmosphere.  Unfortunately, it’s totally impractical to lug around a humidifier, that is until now.  The Personal Humidifier accepts standard water bottles and uses ultrasonic technology to turn its contents into a cool and rejuvenating...


WiFi Detecting Ball Point Pen


And you thought pocket protectors were geeky.  In fact, the WiFi Detecting Ball Point is the perfect compliment to any gadget geeks lust for gear.  Hit a button and the pen’s LED will light up if there is a WiFi hotspot in proximity.  The greater the signal strength the more...


Mir:ror RFID Reader Now Available (video)


The term, or acronym RFID has been just that for most people, that is until now.  For just $50 you can now snag the the Mir:ror, a consumer friendly RFID reader.  Included in the package are three RFID tags that you can stick to just about anything and two little...


Liquid Solar Arrays: Paint The World In Solar Panels


When the tops of buildings just isn’t enough, the ocean is the next frontier of solar panel placement.  New LSA’s or Liquid Solar Arrays have been developed to float on the ocean.  Using currently existing solar concentrator technologies, LSA’s are constructed with light weight materials allowing them to submerge themselves...


Belkin’s New Car Chargers


These type of USB car chargers have been popping of everywhere as of late, and now Belkin will give you two more choices.  Pictured above is the Belkin Dual Auto Charger.  It supports two USB inputs (quick charge port is 1 amp, and the other is .5 amp) and comes...


Lego Rock Band Announced: Believe You That


Because this is huge news for LEGO “heads”, Holiday 2009 will see the release of LEGO Rock Band on the Xbox 360, PS3, Wii and DS.  Compatible with all current Rock band peripherals, LEGO Rock Band will let you create your own custom avatars for your band, and you can...


iHome Intros The iH24S Flip Back Alarm Clock


When it comes to announcing new products lately, iHome has been pretty mum.  Set for release in May for $60, the iH24S is a travel alarm clock that features an iPod dock and a ‘flip back’ that doubles as a sheath for the face of the device and a stand...

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