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Archive for June 2007

Electronic Dog Speaks, Follows Commands, Does Karaoke

Electronic Dog Speaks, Follows Commands, Does Karaoke
Looking for a canine companion, but don’t have the patience for all the shedding and pooping? If you’re willing to learn a little Japanese, these electronic furry friends might fill the bill. The Tomy Dacky Healing Partner Dog has six internal sensors which can react to human touch and praise.

Portable DVD Player Plays Movies, Tv, Mp4, Fm and Nintendo 8-Bit Games

Portable DVD Player Plays Movies, Tv, Mp4, Fm and Nintendo 8-Bit Games
Leave it to the folks in China to bring us a single portable gadget that crams so much into such a little package. The TX-0088 Portable DVD Player not only features movie playback from DVDs, it can also play MP4 format videos burned to disc or a USB flash drive.

Transformers: Gadgets in Disguise

Transformers: Gadgets in Disguise
Just in time for the new Transformers movie to hit screens, Hasbro has released a new series of the classic toys, this time based on today’s most popular high-tech gadgets. The Real Gear Transformers series conceals little toy robots disguised as cell phones, digital cameras, portable video game systems among other things.

Frisbee Lights Up the Night, Looks Like Ufo

Frisbee Lights Up the Night, Looks Like Ufo
This modern update to the classic flying disc adds colorful LED illumination to light its way through its flight path. The Black Jax Odyssey Ultimate Flying Disc is loaded with four extra bright LEDs, powered by a rechargeable Lithium battery.

Wii Gets Portable Screen From Pega

Wii Gets Portable Screen From Pega
While it’s certainly not as slick as Ben Heck’s Wii laptop casemod, this new accessory from Pega HK makes your Nintendo Wii a little more mobile. The device adds a perfectly matched 7-inch LCD screen to the top of your Wii, making it easy to play the console anywhere you’ve got an outlet.

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