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Category: Computing

USB Robot Flash Drives Lose Their Heads

USB Robot Flash Drives Lose Their Heads
What better way to store your important files than inside the body a tiny little robot? These USB flash drives sort of remind me of Futurama’s Bender Bending Rodriguez, what with their bendy metallic arms. But…

Practical and Sneaky: Mykeyo Keyboard Organizer

Practical and Sneaky: Mykeyo Keyboard Organizer
The concept behind myKeyO‘s Keyboard Organizer is so simple it’s brilliant, turning an otherwise ordinary USB computer keyboard into a personal storage. myKeyO takes advantage of the fact that today’s technology allows for very thin keyboards.…
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Ultra-Precise Elecom Scope Node Mouse Looks Like It was Made for Ninja Turtles

Ultra-Precise Elecom Scope Node Mouse Looks Like It was Made for Ninja Turtles
Finally: A Ninja Turtle-friendly mouse. How could all of you mouse-manufacturers ignore this demographic? Is it because there are only 4 of them? Well if you gave them usable mice earlier then they would have found…

K-95: Waterproof Submarine Flash Drive Goes for a Swim

K-95: Waterproof Submarine Flash Drive Goes for a Swim
How many times have you accidentally taken your USB flash drive into the swimming pool, only to find all your data destroyed when you towel off? What’s that you say? None times? That’s alright, we’ve got…

IMac Shuffle: the Simplest Mac You’Ll Ever Use

IMac Shuffle: the Simplest Mac You’Ll Ever Use
Inspired by the simplicity of their recently released iPod Shuffle 3G, the fine folks of the Apple design team have done themselves one better – with the announcement of the new iMac Shuffle. By removing the…

Sting Scorpion Pc Casemod is a Segmented Wonder

Sting Scorpion Pc Casemod is a Segmented Wonder
Anyone (read: not me) can construct a PC from loose materials; people do it all the time. But if you’re gonna build something, you might as well build it with gusto, just as one arachnid fan…

Lacie USB Keys Open Up a World of Frustration

Lacie USB Keys Open Up a World of Frustration
LaCie have made it their mission to come up with creative and entertaining products that allow customers to unintentionally destroy or misplace their data as easily as possible. After releasing their coin-shaped CurrenKey flash-drives, LaCie now…

Xbee 900 Rf Wireless Modules Let You Transmit Data Up to 15 Miles Away, Just Not Quickly

Xbee 900 Rf Wireless Modules Let You Transmit Data Up to 15 Miles Away, Just Not Quickly
Need to get some data across a long distance on a dedicated private network, but don’t want to run wires? These nifty little contraptions let you send your data up to 15 miles – assuming you’ve…

Color Your Mac Mini With Custom Anodizing

Color Your Mac Mini With Custom Anodizing
Looking to add a splash of color to your Mac Mini without losing the aluminum finish? Well here’s a new way to add a serious splash of color to your Mini. The guys over at Computer…

Worlds Smallest Gadgets: Too Small for My Fat Fingers

Worlds Smallest Gadgets: Too Small for My Fat Fingers
Thanks to breakthroughs in miniaturization, electronic gadgets keep getting tinier and tinier. But this is just ridiculous. These teeny-weeny computers, consoles and consumer electronics are actually made out of paper. Created by papercraft artist Sonicscape Jun…

Amazon Wants Your Used Games

Amazon Wants Your Used Games
Here’s a development for Amazon lovers (and shut-ins) everywhere: the online retailer has decided to get into the used game trade-in… uh, trade. Just search for the game in question, print a shipping label, and send…

Dell Deal: Buy an Xps Desktop, Get the Mini 9 for $99

Dell Deal: Buy an Xps Desktop, Get the Mini 9 for $99
If you’ve been planning on buying both a desktop PC and a netbook, you might want to check out Dell’s Studio XPS deal: if you purchase the $1, 380 USD Studio XPS desktop, Dell will give…

A Casemod Straight From Steeler Nation

A Casemod Straight From Steeler Nation
It’s been a good few years for the Pittsburgh Steelers. Not many teams have racked up two Super Bowl victories in such a short time. So what can we do to celebrate the team? Ogle a…

That’S No iMac: Dreamcast Guts, Apple Form Factor

That’S No iMac: Dreamcast Guts, Apple Form Factor
No matter how beautiful (or in this case, large) a gaming console, it an almost always be improved upon in some way. In this particular case, the marriage of two classics has produced one harmonious construction…

Dell Inspiron Mini 9 Netbook Price Drop to $199 (One Day Only)

Dell Inspiron Mini 9 Netbook Price Drop to $199 (One Day Only)
I just got this deal in my e-mail and had to give it a mention. If you’ve been thinking about picking up one of those  compact netbook computers, today is the day to get your grubby…

Vista Sp2 Update Available Next Week: It’S Not Windows 7, Sorry

Vista Sp2 Update Available Next Week: It’S Not Windows 7, Sorry
Vista users, dust off your IE or Automatic Updates, because next week the Release Candidate of Vista’s Service Pack 2 will be available for download. The update will updowngrade your OS to Windows XP. I’m kidding.…
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