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Category: Gadgets

Automatic Mini Donut Factory Brings Out the Homer in Us All

Automatic Mini Donut Factory Brings Out the Homer in Us All
We really like donuts around here. My daughter has to have a pink donut with sprinkles several times a week, or she gets mad. My son likes the glazed and I generally eat any kind of…
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Camera USB Drive Takes Pictures, Videos, Music, Documents…

Camera USB Drive Takes Pictures, Videos, Music, Documents…
Photography buffs, transfer your pics and vids from one camera to another with the unimaginatively named Camera USB Drive. Measuring 2″ wide and 1.25″ tall, it looks just like popular DSLR cameras. But unlike the real…
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Nintendo 3DS Price Slashed to $169.99

Nintendo 3DS Price Slashed to $169.99
Nintendo has announced that it is dramatically reducing the price of the 3DS. This is good news for mobile gamers that have been on the fence about whether to get one or not. The move is…
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USB Bell Dings When You’ve Got Mail

USB Bell Dings When You’ve Got Mail
For some reason, I always associate email with “You’ve Got Mail,” that old nineties movie that starred Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks. Their romance was totally based on their virtual and online conversations, and I always…
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Chobi Cam One HD: Prosumer Camera for Gnomes?

Chobi Cam One HD: Prosumer Camera for Gnomes?
I know, I can’t believe it either. The diminutive Chobi cameras are transforming from expensive toys into… I don’t know, a line of functional collectibles? Tiny photographers looking for something more high-tech than the Chobi Cam…
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Modular Toaster Concept: Form Toaster and Toaster! Form Toaster and Toaster! And I’ll Form the Toaster!

Modular Toaster Concept: Form Toaster and Toaster! Form Toaster and Toaster! And I’ll Form the Toaster!
Designer Hadar Gorelik set out to find a solution to a problem that’s plagued many hungry people in the morning: there’s never enough toast to go around, because most toasters can only take two, maybe four…
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Brando USB Cassette Capture & Player: Go Back in Time and Check Out Those Old 80s Mixtapes

Brando USB Cassette Capture & Player: Go Back in Time and Check Out Those Old 80s Mixtapes
I’m not sure that I kept any of my cassettes (since most of them were in storage for a few years), but if you love retro stuff and you still have your old tapes, check out…
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Rare Zippo Lighter Fires Bullets, Not Fire

Rare Zippo Lighter Fires Bullets, Not Fire
This isn’t an official Zippo-issued lighter (because I doubt it would be legal to do so) but it’s way cooler than any other standard-issue they’ve released thus far. Roll the flint wheel on this lighter but…
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Fat iPhone 4 Knock Off is Actually a Fan

Fat iPhone 4 Knock Off is Actually a Fan
The amount of electronic gear that gets copied over in China never ceases to impress me. One of the things that most commonly get ripped off is the iPhone and other Apple gear. Some of the…
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Canon X Mark I Mouse Lite with Built-in Numeric Keyboard: Too Many Buttons or Just Enough?

Canon X Mark I Mouse Lite with Built-in Numeric Keyboard: Too Many Buttons or Just Enough?
While OS X Lion updates all of the multi-touch gestures available for Mac computers, but (at least for now) people who have PCs still need  buttons on their mice. This mouse, called the X Mark I…
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Stype Typewriter: Chat on Skype With Walternate

Stype Typewriter: Chat on Skype With Walternate
In the sci-fi TV series Fringe, there’s a typewriter that some of the characters use to communicate with a parallel Earth, where the typewriter’s equivalent exists. Whatever is typed into the typewriter in one world gets…
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Griffin StompBox for iOS Ships

Griffin StompBox for iOS Ships
If you are into playing the guitar or any other instrument that has a 1/4″ input on it, the StompBox from Griffin Technology will let you control the effects. The StompBox is an app and hardware…
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Aiptek MobileCinema D20 Boombox: Ghetto Projector

Aiptek MobileCinema D20 Boombox: Ghetto Projector
With the gaggle of touchscreen-equipped buttonless gadgets coming out every second, I was mildly shocked at the sight of Aiptek’s MobileCinema D20. But don’t let it’s retro looks and form fool you, this boombox is one…
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Wrongulator Guaranteed to Be Incorrect 101% of the Time

Wrongulator Guaranteed to Be Incorrect 101% of the Time
Do you hate the guys in your company’s finance department? Are they always making it a pain in the ass for you to get your invoices paid, or make purchases? Here’s your chance to get sweet,…
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Mobee Magic Charger for Apple Magic Mouse: Less Magical than Rechargeable Batteries

Mobee Magic Charger for Apple Magic Mouse: Less Magical than Rechargeable Batteries
After releasing the Magic Bar charger for Apple’s wireless keyboard and trackpad, Mobee continues their war on (disposable) batteries with the Magic Charger, which uses inductive charging to wirelessly charge the Magic Mouse, using a base…
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Elecom Nendo Orime Mouse: Polygonal Pointing Peripheral

Elecom Nendo Orime Mouse: Polygonal Pointing Peripheral
One of Elecom’s latest wireless mice, the look of the Orime is supposed to be a reference to the ancient Japanese art of origami. Either that or first generation PlayStation games. Whatever the inspiration, I wonder…
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