Monthly Archives: September 2010

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Apple Magic Trackpad Review


For years, the distinction between desktop computers and laptop computers has been clear. To control a desktop computer, you use a mouse and to control a laptop computer, you use a trackpad. When Apple released their latest MacBook and MacBook Pro laptops, they introduced a trackpad that could detect a...


Aphelion Will Wake You No Matter The Cost


In what seems like a brilliant touch that is sure to both wake up and permanently scar the souls of those among us who are late sleepers, Aphelion is a LED  alarm clock that comes with a very special feature. When it’s time to wake up, it launches a ball...


SteriShoe Fights Germs Where It Counts


The sure facts of life are not many. There’s death, taxes, and the fact that your shoes will eventually start to smell. However, with the new trend towards UV sterilizers for, oh, every single thing known to man, from toothbrushes and laptops to iPhones, the SteriShoe is the first gadget...

Dining and Pool Table

Opulent Billiards Table Flips Closed For High End Eating


Unless you’ve got a mansion you’re probably not gonna be able to fit both the dining room and billiard tables.  That is unless of course you throw down what is probably some serious cash for one of Koralturk’s tables. Unlike standard billiards tables these convert to an everyday table and...

Tape Measure Watch

Tape Measure Watch


Measure stuff?  Need to know the time when you do it?  Great, because Stanely, the tool company, has got a watch with a built-in tape measure.  Were not sure on how long the tape is, but the watch does include the following features: clock, calendar, daily alarm, stop watch and...

Star Wars R2-D2 Droid 2

Motorola Star Wars R2-D2 Droid 2 Launch Date And Price


Motorola’s Droid 2 R2-D2 version will drop on September 30th for $249 after a $100 mail-in-rebate. Included is a dock, plenty of Star Wars branding, R2-D2 sounds and notifications and some sort of binocular application. If you already own an Android phone, and $249 is a bit too rich for...


Sony October 12 Launch Might Get Google Appearance


After various leaks having pinned the arrival of Google TV sometime around the middle of October, now Sony is spreading invites to an October 12 launch event in New York. Everyone already knew Sony would deliver Bravia Internet TV’s as well as Blu-ray players, both with Google TV integration, so...

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Sensogloves For Your Future Golfing Grip


Go high-tech with you golf swing, and never look back. At least that’s the plan of German company Sensosolutions, builders of the Sensogloves – world’s first smart golf club. The fancy mittens come with built-in digital sensors to get a continuous view of the player’s grip and help him build...


Combine Walnut Keyboard Trays Keep Your Apple Gadgets Classy


Black Walnut Keyboard Trays were made to bundle all your wireless Mac gadgets into one classic looking wooden tablet. No need to feel bad about the materials though, it’s all green. The manufacturer, Combine, assures users that every step during design and production is sustainable, using wood-joining techniques, water based...


iPad Get Musical with BMX Bikes


You know what’s wrong with small devices when you’re riding a bike? They’re too small, that’s what. If you have to squint while you’re using one hand to steer and the other to find a song,  something’s bound to go wrong. Not so if you’re willing to risk your iPad...


Verbatim’s Clip-It USB Drive Wins Design Award


There’s been USB drives made in every color and every shape, disguised as anything you can think of, but mostly as objects normal people wouldn’t consider storing data on. Most of these come from Asia and they’re crazier than you can imagine: USB drives disguised as shrimp and other seafood,...