Monthly Archives: August 2010


Sharper Image Debuts Literati E-Reader


Sharper Image, like so many others, has now dipped their toes in the e-reader market with the Literati. It’s a color e-reader sporting a 7-inch 800 x 480 resolution display, comes in white or black with a free case (beat that, Amazon!). It also arrives with 150 preloaded public domain...


Voice Controlled RC Helicopter

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This voice controlled RC helicopter lets you control it without even lifting a finger. Just strap the headset on, and issue up to five pre-loaded commands like “raise”, “lower” “turn on” and “hover.” It turns left and right, and knows to head forward on its own and when it’s about...


Samsung’s New 30 & 90 Series Monitors Are HDTVs Too


Samsung’s new displays are ostensibly monitors (that’s what they’re calling them, anyway), but with built-in HD tuners, speakers and remote controls, you’re not out line calling them HDTVs too. The 90 Series and 30 Series both have 1080p resolutions, 5ms response times, and range from 21.5 to 24-inches. The best...


Listen To Your Jams Underwater With The Wavetooth Wireless Earphones


Brando’s new waterproof Wavetooth headphone system does the underwater audio thing a little differently. Other waterproof cases bring the iPod/iPhone with you, but this one might be a little safer since it stays outside the water. The Wavetooth operates via bluetooth, streaming your music wirelessly, and is waterproof to 3 meters....

Mili Powerspring

MiLi Powerspring Juices Up iPhone 4s


MiLi is no stranger to iPhone battery packs.  So it should come as no surprise (it doesn’t to us), that today they released the MiLi Powerspring 4.  It’s a 1600 mAh backup battery case for the iPhone 4.  It should double your battery life, that is depending on what you’re...


Advanced Door Lock With Keypad and Key Fob System


Drunk and lose your house keys and you won’t be able to gain entry into your abode.  Or perhaps you’re so trashed you can’t insert said key into said key hole. Enter the Digital Deadbolt lock.  Not only does it feature a keypad that accepts codes ranging from 3-20 characters...