Monthly Archives: February 2010

Self Reseting Dominoes (video)

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[GR]oFNG-sxLnM8[/GR] What the practical applications of this here device is beyond all reason, but it’s cool to see.  Hit the video above for a set of dominoes arranged in a circle that continuously topple over and reset themselves. [via Slipperybrick] Read...

Incase Courier Backpack

Incase Messenger Backpack

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Incase’s newest addition to their courier collection is the Messeneger Backpack.  It’s made of a weather resistant 1680D nylon, has a bike lock storage strap and an extra wide mouth for stuffing your 17-inch Macbook into the faux-fur lined notebook compartment.  You can grab one now for $150. Other features:...

Screwpop

Screwpop Multitool Review

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I’ll be honest, when I first saw the Screwpop I was skeptical to say the least.  But after using it for some odd jobs I’m pretty impressed.  The finish isn’t as superior as some might desire, but it’s solid build will last years to come, though it will be sure...

DSi XL

Nintendo DSi XL Launch Date And Price Announced

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Nintendo’s DSi XL, the largest and neweest of DSis, will hit US shores on March 28th for $190.  In exchange for a swollen pocket you’ll score two 4.2-inch LCDs and a slightly thicker build.  When it first arrives it will be available in Burgundy and Bronze, but I’d expect additional...

Touchmouse

The Touchmouse Brings Sexy Back To The Desktop

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The Eclipse touchmouse isn’t exactly what we’d call a game changer, but aesthetically in bring something different to the table.  It’s finished in a brushed aluminum and sports Bluetooth connectivity.  Instead of a physical scroll wheel they’ve opted for a touchscroll module that provides 4-way onscreen scrolling, a 1600dpi laser...

Improv Electronics Boogie Board

Boogie Board Paperless LCD Writing Tablet

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Bringing the Etch-A Sketch into the modern era, the Boogie Board Paperless LCD Writing Tablet will be simply awesome in the hands of anyone who likes to doodle or take notes.  The tablet is only 1/8 of an inch thick and measures in at 8.8 x 5.6 inches (223.52 x...