Daily Archives: March 31, 2011

Phosphor Appear Watch

Phosphor Appear Watch Review (video)

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[rating:3.5/5] Pros: Moving Swarovski crystals, who doesn’t like that Genuine leather strap Sturdy and hefty build Cons: Too much bling (the cheaper model doesn’t have crystals surrounding the bevel) Heavy Only keeps the time Into bling? Than say hello to Phosphor’s Appear watches, originally named Reveal. What makes this time...

London Green Cabs

London Black Cabs Going Hydrogen

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Londoners are on track to receive free WiFi in all of their tube stations and soon they’ll be transported in brand new zero emission black cabs thanks to a hybrid Hydrogen fuel and battery pack system. The taxis we’re developed by a clean energy consortium that includes Lotus Engineering, London Taxis International...

OCD Cutting Board

The OCD Cutting Board Slices And Dices To Distraction

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Get your perfect chop on with the OCD Chef Cutting Board.  The 9″ x 12″ cutting board is riddled with measurements and lines, hopefully insuring that every stroke is a perfect one.  It’s probably not the safest of cutting tools since you might be so focused on achieving perfection you’ll...

The Typescreen iPad

iPad Type Writer, The Typescreen

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April Fools is less than 24 hours away so you can expect to see some posts related to the day filled with tomfoolery and shenanigans.  The first is The Typescreen.  It’s form factor is that of an old school typewriter, but instead of adding paper you insert an iPad....

continuance batteries

Continuance AA Battery Concept Adds USB

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AA batteries aren’t going away anytime soon.  You can thank digital cameras, a variety of toys, and Xbox 360 controllers for that.  However, there are probably now more USB powered gadgets than their are standard battery powered toys on the market today.  Making sure you’ve got a back up battery...

Logitec Router WiFi N

Is This A Wind Powered Router?

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A wind powered router?  Sign us up. Sadly that’s not what this is.  In fact, it’s Logitec’s (not the US Logitech) LAN-WH450N/GR wireless router.  That unsightly windmill like protrusion is a tri antenna design that supposedly helps achieve a throughput of 450Mbs, which is par for the course for an...