Daily Archives: April 14, 2010


Multi-Function Pen Tool Is Airport’s Worst Friend


I wonder how this Multi-Tool Pen would appear in and x-ray?  Packing 12 tools in side the interior of this normal looking pen, I can’t imagine the manufacturers intentions.  Featuring: a hole puncher, a large and a small blade, wire stripper/nail or staple remover, a flathead and phillips screw driver,...


Sleek Audio Brings The Passion With The New SA7 In Ear Monitors


I can hardly tell what’s going on in the picture above.  Apparently they’re new earphones from Sleek Audio, called the SA7’s.  The mold itself was harvested from a single block of aluminum and the outer shell is made from carbon fiber that are attached via titanium screws.  Christ Burgers. Halfway...


UbiSoft Announces Free Weekly DLC For Splinter Cell Conviction


Making up for having to wait forever for Splinter Cell Conviction, Ubisoft throws its loyal patrons a bone with the announcement of… free weekly DLC!  You heard that right, the DLC will appear in the form of weapons, skins (love that word, thanks Boyz in da Hood), Deniable Ops Maps,...


NAB 2010: Sony’s New 3-D Monitors


Sony recently unveiled their new 3-D monitors at this years NAB and I’m sure they dazzled.  The 24” (LMD-2451TD) and the 42” (LMD-4251TD) both feature a micro-polarizer filter connected to the LCD panel and come with a pair of circular polarized 3D glasses.  Snaps. Both monitors will also feature support...

Iron Man 2 jump drive

Iron Man 2 Jump Drive


Iron Man, we love him. The first movie was solid, although the ending was highly predictable and formulaic.  In any case, if you’re a fan of the comic book, the movie or all things awesome, then you need to grab yourself the Iron Man 2 USB jump drive.  Drive capacity...

Onda Tablet

Onda’s VX560: Yet Another Tablet


It looks like Onda is joining the tablet club with their iPad-esque VX560. The 7-inch, 800×480 touchscreen device offers 1080p video support, as well as HDMI output to put those high-de fvideos on your HDTV. It supports AVI, MOV, FLV, MPG, and H.264 video formats, in addition to PDF, CHM,...

T-Hub Landline Tablet Phone

Telstra Launches Their T-Hub Tablet Phone


Remember landlines? Yeah, me neither. But apparently, they do still exist. Now, Australian company Telstra is trying to up their cool technology quotient with their T-Hub tablet phone. This thing acts pretty much like an iPhone, with Facebook, YouTube, and Photo apps, contact lists, and text messages it sends through...