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Archive for September 2017

DadBag Fanny Pack Celebrates Beer Guts

DadBag Fanny Pack Celebrates Beer Guts
There are few things in this world that say “middle aged Dad” than a beer gut and a fanny pack. Now, thanks to one clever inventor, you can have both even if you don’t have the beer gut yet.

Little Big Fan USB Desk Fan: Big Breeze in a Little Box

Little Big Fan USB Desk Fan: Big Breeze in a Little Box
Winter might just be a couple of months away, but the forecast here for tomorrow is 87 degrees and a gazillion percent humidity. With conditions like that, you need to keep cool. Sure, your office or home probably has an air conditioner, but sometimes a direct breeze is what you really need, especially on humid days.
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What Is My Purpose? You Light Things, Pozebot.

What Is My Purpose? You Light Things, Pozebot.
Do you need to light up something you’re working on and need both hands free? Well sure, you could get a lantern, or maybe one of those lights you wear on your head, but I’d much rather have a robot hold the light for me.

NightBall Illuminated Basketball Lets You Play in the Dark

NightBall Illuminated Basketball Lets You Play in the Dark
Is your park’s basketball court busy all day? Or do you just not get to play until after work? As the days get shorter and with Daylight Savings Time coming to an end soon, night will be upon us earlier and earlier too.

FC Pocket HDMI Combines Portable Famicom Gaming with HDMI Output

FC Pocket HDMI Combines Portable Famicom Gaming with HDMI Output
I recently had the opportunity to test out Retro-Bit’s RES+ console, which lets you play classic 8-bit Nintendo games over an HDMI connection, resulting in image quality heretofore unseen from these classic games. If you’re looking for something a bit more versatile, you might want to check out this system out of Japan, which lets you go handheld, while also offering an HDMI output when you’re at home.

D20 Waffle Maker Cooks up a Critical Breakfast Hit

D20 Waffle Maker Cooks up a Critical Breakfast Hit
Who doesn’t like waffles? I could eat my way out of a roomful of ’em. And what about role-playing games? Well of course, any good geek loves those. So why not combine both of these divine pursuits with a single purchase?

Nintendo Game Boy Classic Watch Sadly Doesn’t Play Tetris

Nintendo Game Boy Classic Watch Sadly Doesn’t Play Tetris
While it wasn’t the first handheld game system, the Nintendo Game Boy was the first one that really mattered. Despite the limitations of its green and grey LCD screen, it offered up a smart design, and some truly addictive games.

StadiumBrick Makes Awesome LEGO Stadium Kits

StadiumBrick Makes Awesome LEGO Stadium Kits
Looking for a truly unique gift for the sports fan in your life? Then check out these sweet custom LEGO kits based on iconic stadiums around the country. These models are designed by StadiumBrick, who does a great job capturing the spirit and unique design attributes of dozens of popular sports venues.

This Meter Will Tell You When Your Indoor Climate Is Perfect

This Meter Will Tell You When Your Indoor Climate Is Perfect
Are you always feeling too hot, too cold, or just not comfortable in your home or office? What if I told you there was a gadget designed to help you find just the perfect indoor climate?

Bring the Arcade Anywhere with These Classic Arcade Mini Cabinets

Bring the Arcade Anywhere with These Classic Arcade Mini Cabinets
I spent a whole lot of time and a whole lot of quarters in arcades when I was a kid. Now that I’m a grown-up and make a halfway decent living, I’ve got my own custom-built MAME cabinet in my mancave, so I can play all of my favorite games whenever the mood strikes me, and without spending any more quarters.

Building a Massive Rubik’s Cube

Building a Massive Rubik’s Cube
When I was a kid, people who could solve a Rubik’s Cube were a rare thing. Nowadays, there are entire leagues dedicated to solving them as quickly as possible, and even guys who can solve them while wakesurfing or juggling.

Float Levitating Lamp Looks Like a Tiny Hot Air Balloon

Float Levitating Lamp Looks Like a Tiny Hot Air Balloon
These days, all kinds of desktop playthings take advantage of magnetic levitation, from speakers, to gadget chargers, to clocks. Now, you can have your own personal hot air balloon that uses magnets, not hot air to float.

Samsung 88-inch QLED Display Is Ridiculously Large

Samsung 88-inch QLED Display Is Ridiculously Large
Back when I was a kid, a 27-inch TV was considered HUGE. Boy, have things changed. These days, anything less than 55 inches is considered a “small” TV screen. I’ve got a 70-inch display in my living room now, and that’s big enough for me, but for some people bigger is always better.

Hello Kitty Car Tires are Perfect for Jaguars

Hello Kitty Car Tires are Perfect for Jaguars
So you’ve got a fancy sports car named after a cat. You can’t exactly go driving around with plain old black rubber wrapped around your rims, can you? What you need are some of these pink-accented Hello Kitty tires.

UK Royal Mail Getting New Star Wars Collectible Stamps

UK Royal Mail Getting New Star Wars Collectible Stamps
Fans of Star Wars in Britain will be excited to see there’s a cool new series of collectible postage stamps coming from the Royal Mail. The series will include new stamps inspired by the Star Wars universe.

Super Mario 64 Gets Online Multiplayer Mod, Chaos Ensues

Super Mario 64 Gets Online Multiplayer Mod, Chaos Ensues
Super Mario 64 is still considered one of the greatest video games of all time. Its combination of great 3D platforming and innovative control and camera scheme was pretty groundbreaking when it first came out back in 1996.
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