Monthly Archives: October 2010

hvdingairbagcollar

Hovding Inflatable Motorcycle Helmet

- - 2 Comments

With a built-in gas generator to inflate it from collar to full-blown helmet in 0.1 seconds, Anna Haupt and Terese Alstin’s Hovding inflatable motorcycle helmet will not give you helmet hair. That much is for sure, but whether you want to trust the integrity of your skull to a very...

spice mobility m-67

Spice Mobility M-67 3D Phone

- - 1 Comment

India has always been a land of bewilderment, in recent decades mostly due to their film industry, but in a country that large that’s going through a technological revolution you’re bound to get a few interesting products. Most never see the light of day in the rest of the world,...

RZR_Anansi_keyboard

Razer Anansi MMO Keyboard Set For MMO Domination

- - 0 Comments

If the exploding mass of green ectoplasm/light in the Razer Anansi MMO Keyboard doesn’t make you believe in its power, I don’t know what will. So stare at the photo and take this article for what it is – humble words that cannot compare to it. The Anansi has seven...

Yamaha PDX-31

Yamaha PDX-31 iPod/iPhone Speaker Dock

- - 0 Comments

Yamaha’s PDX-31 probably won’t knock your socks off when it boils down to sound quality, but in terms of design and simplicity it’s a home run in our book. Inside the box is a reinforced, dual wall “box-within-a-box” construction with twin 3 1/4 -inch speakers.  If you haven’t sussed it...

Elecom SD Card Reader

Elecom Rotatable SD Card Reader

- - 0 Comments

Necessity is the mother of all invention, right?  Elecom’s latest SD card reader, the MR-C25 is a simple as pie design.  It plugs into your USB port and can rotate 180 degrees counter clockwise enabling you to access your laptop’s other ports, provided of course they’re covered by the device....

BulletTrain Desktop Keyboard

Aluminum Enclosure For Apple Bluetooth Keyboard

- - 3 Comments

The BulletTrain Express emulates, and tries to improve on the MacBook Pro’s keyboard feel. It’s an all aluminum ‘case’ that fits the Apple Bluetooth Keyboard and the Magic TrackPad. Is it worth $99, when, essentially, it does nothing more than stand there and look sort of, debatably, pretty? Its makers...

T-Mobile galaxy tab

T-Mobile Selling Samsung Galaxy Tab On November 10th

- - 0 Comments

Move over Verizon, because T-Mobile now has first dibs on the Samsung Galaxy Tab.  On November 10th the cell phone carrier will offer the tablet computer for $399.99 after a 2-year contract signing and $50 mail-in-rebate.  That’s the same price as Sprint’s offering, only they’ll offer the Tab two days...

playstation phone

PlayStation Phone, Really

- - 0 Comments

With a 1GHz Qualcomm MSM 8655 processor, 512MB RAM, 1GB of ROM and a screen that’s going to measure somewhere in between 3.7 and 4.1 inches, the PlayStation Phone is all to real and will most likely be using Android 3.0. It’s buttons and multitouch touchpad are born and bred...

noble color ebooks

Barnes & Noble Nook Color Hybrid E-Reader Tablet

- - 2 Comments

Presumed to retail for $250, Barnes & Nobles Nook Color will be something of a hybrid between a tablet and an e-reader. It won’t have an e-ink screen, instead featuring a 7-inch color LCD touchscreen, which will be made by LG and have an anti-glare coating. This lets the Nook...

hookless_hangers

Hookless Clothes Hangers Rock The Magnets (video)

- - 0 Comments

I don’t know who made a pact with the aliens to get this kind of technology, but apparently the tiny neodymium magnet on these hookless clothes hangers will support 5lbs of clothing, and a deluxe version take that up to 7.5lbs. Oh physics, you are wonderful! Replace the rod your...

Droid 2 Fancy

Motorola Droid 2 Review

- - 2 Comments

[rating:3.5] Pros: Strong build and design Improvements all around Good keyboard Cons: Slow software Poor screen sensitivity Mediocre still camera Slider phones have a bad habit of being bad habits. We always want to play with them, whether we mean to or not. The Droid 2 is no exception, even...