Daily Archives: January 29, 2010

CF Formula Carbon Fiber iPhone Case

CF Formula Carbon Fiber iPhone Case

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This isn’t the first Carbon Fiber iPhone case that we’ve seen, but it is the cheapest.  At $59.99 you get real-deal carbon fiber, your choice of Diamond Black or Exquisite Black finishes, an ultra thin design (.9mm thick), 8g weight and an easy clip on installation.  The CF Formula Carbon...

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Thanko 80 Port USB Hub Is More Like A USB City

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The girl in the picture can’t even believe this USB monstrosity.  Costing over $200, you can’t even power this through your computer it runs so hot.  I can’t see the practicality of something like this but I have no doubts that someone else will.  I wanna see one of these...

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Lexon Safe Bamboo And Bio-plastic Gear

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Lexon’s line of aesthetically pleasing bamboo and bio-plastic gadgets is easy on the environment and cool on the eyes.  These solar powered and renewable energy mini-appliances will look positively earth awesome in your place.  No word on pricing or availability.  The LED solar flashlight is pictured above....

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Wireless Text Magnifier Lets You Read From The Big Screen

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What would test the efficiencies of your hand-eye coordination comes this mouse inspired wireless text magnifier.  Magnifying text up to 25x, you can be up to 10 feet away from the base station. What might be cool for those with sight ailments it’s basically a small wireless 655 x 488...

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Booq’s New iPad Accessories

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As to be expected, iPad accessory domination has fully consumed tech news this week.  Booq has just announced their new line with the Taipan Shadow XS and the Taipan Sneak XS.    Each bag is priced at $70 a piece and the sleeve will cost $25.  The bags are expensive,...

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Android…Controls Android?

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That’s not a typo, folks, that’s a strange little bit of news that’ll make your day just a little more surreal.  I try to do that sort of thing wherever possible. If you’ve got $3000, a lot of patience and anything with the Android operating system, then you too can...