Groovy front doormatt especially for all you Star Wars fans featuring everyone’s diminutive green Jedi master. Available on Etsy for $50USD, you can also get customised versions with your family name on them.
Terrific looking project over at Kickstarter that I can guarantee will be a big hit when it’s launched. The Recoil is a superb case range that rewinds your headphone leads into its protective plastic interior in about a second flat. The project has been fully funded (several times over) and will be out soon.
Love this. Cubelets are electronic cubes that can be combined together in a variety of ways to create different ‘critters’. They’re available now for pre-order at $160 for a starter set of six cubes.
We’ve all been there – you’re handing over your car key to the mechanic and trying desperately to get it off the key ring but all you’ve down so far is split one finger nail down the middle and bent another back so far it’s bleeding. The Free Key aims to address this particular first world problem in grand style. I want.
According to Dexim, something like 470 billion kWh per year of electricity is wasted on external power adapters in the US alone. It’s in order to help reduce that figure that the company produced the Visible Green Charger – an innovative device that automatically shuts off all power to a charger when the device is full.
When the Green Charger is connected to your iPhone or iPod you can see how fast it’s charging according to the visual flow down the lead. As the device approaches 2/3rd full, the flow slows down and when it’s fully topped off it, it kills power to the charger completely saving you money and helping to protect the environment. They’re available now for $29USD.
If your Nintendo DS is collecting dust on the shelf and your PSP is currently serving as a paperweight, then perhaps you need to try something a bit different. What about a handheld device powered by a specially tweaked version of Linux that has been designed for gaming, web browsing, coding, emulating or productivity purposes?
The Pandora is a kind of open source hybrid gaming/PC handheld gaming book. It comes equipped with D-Pads, analogue pads and buttons specifically for gaming, but also has a QWERTY keyboard. It sports a touchscreen enabled screen with a 800*480 display that’s perfect for showing off emulated games. In fact you can easily play old C64, MSX, Atari ST, Amiga or even Spectrum games using readily available emulators.
In terms of hardware, Pandora comes equipped with a TI OMAP3530 CPU running at 600Mhz, 512Mb DDR3 SDRAM, 512Mb NAND Flash memory, an IVA2+ video/audio processor, 802.11b/g wi-fi, Bluetooth, dual SDHC memory card slots, headphone and TV outputs, an internal microphone, two USB ports and a battery that can offer 10 hours of usage time from a single charge.
If Pandora sounds like the answer to your prayers then you can pre-order your own German-built unit from the website now for 375euros or about $500USD.
Well, look at it. It’s got its own ceramic grinder, for Thor’s sake! And you know what – $600USD seems like a pretty sweet deal to me since you can spend more than that on a cheapo espresso machine, grinder and frother. Anyway, I want two – one for the kitchen and one for my man cave. When I build it.
This 13gram utlility knife sports a razor sharp blade and yet is just 2.2mm thick, so yes – it would fit happily in your wallet. The Cardsharp 2 is waterproof, made from rust-free stainless steel and ideal for camping, sailing, fishing, hunting, survival or opening packets of bacon at that impromptu barbeque on the common.
If you’re the sort of person that enjoys the occasional boxed frozen pizza from your nearby convenience store, then this particular kitchen gizmo might well appeal. The Pizzazz pizza oven uses a rotating heating tray that crisps the pizza underneath while cooking it evenly from above using a heating element. Reviews of the product on Amazon are overwhelmingly positive – it’s for sale at $42USD.
The KDJ-One is a cute portable digital audio workstation (think Ableton in a tablet sized mobile case) that’s available now for pre-order. Powered by an Atom E640 and with 512Mb RAM and a 4Gb SSD, the KDJ-One is a hybrid DJ/musicians tool that was just made for taking on the road.\
HydraCoach; calculates your need for hydration (don't know if I need this but it's a nifty gadget).
This is a hybrid bike with not only exceptional performance but stunning aesthetics as well. The motor power and battery capacity is well over the industry standard and a truly futuristic look will sure attract some eyeballs around you. The Terminus is the ultimate trail-machine for the ones who appreciate the best availa
Camalien LED concept watch changes its colors depending on your surroundings - Designers Peter and Sam have come up with a concept watch they’ve dubbed the Camalien. It’s an LED watch with a sleek design that also comes with a camera built into it that will record your surroundings and will change the watch’s color accordingly. | #Design #Watches |