We’ve featured several stylus-pen combos, but none of them are as simple to use as the LunaTik Touch Pen. The LunaTik is a lot like a click pen – push a button on top to make the ballpoint tip appear, push again to make it disappear.
I’ve seen lots of funky Rubik’s Cube variants over the years, but this is definitely one of the more unusual ones I’ve come across. Instead of a simple 3x3x3 (or larger) grid of cube faces, this oddball has different size faces to really keep you on your toes.
Robots are cool and rather fascinating not because they tend to do anything particularly mind-blowing yet, but because they hint at a future where we have robots that will do cool and really useful stuff for us on a daily basis.
Not so long ago Apple issued a recall on every single first generation iPod nano they built. The reason given was that they might overheat. The long and short of it was that the fear was the old things might burst into flames and Apple didn’t want any of that.
On numerous occasions, Steve Jobs stated he had no plans to release a smaller iPad, but now I have irrefutable proof that one with a 5-inch screen exists. Sure, it doesn’t actually function as an iOS devices, but at least you can check your makeup in it.
I don’t know what it is about this cheesy retro arcade game, but it is popular enough that it is still showing up on new platforms all these years later. In 2009 the game arrived on the Wii and now it is available for iOS devices as well.
Would I spend hour upon hour to complete a 7-foot Dalek, that’s appropriately garbed for the holidays? Probably not, but that didn’t stop the Addis family from Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, UK, from going for it.
I’m a fan of unusual watches, and Ziiiro has made quite a few distinctive ones lately. Their new Proton and Ion watches are no exception. While the Ion will please people who like traditional analog watches, the Proton follows what Ziiiro has tried to do with some of their other models.
If you’re giving a Minecraft-related offering to a loved one this Christmas, you can add an extra special touch by combining 1 gift + 1 Minecraft Wrapping Paper. Of course you can use it to wrap any gift, but if your recipient isn’t familiar with the game they might think you hate them because of the drab and blocky print on the paper.
You’re probably sick of anything related to Angry Birds by now. I was never addicted to the game myself, but I’m still impressed by YouTuber kumbaric, who ported the wildly successful game on an unlikely platform: Christmas lights.
I have to make a confession. I bookmarked this image all the way back in January 2009, thinking to myself that I should post it for Christmas that year. Of course, I completely forgot about it, and just found it again.
If you are looking for a new tablet that runs the Android operating system, and the thought of the Kindle Fire with its missing full Android Market access isn’t appealing, this might do the trick for you.