Here’s a combo gadget that seems like a pretty good idea on paper, but I don’t know how practical it really is. This USB device from Lexibook mixes an optical mouse, a calculator and a numeric keypad in a single package.
Here’s another strange USB device from the Far East. Designed to massage your cares away, these USB-powered eyeball massagers look like they’ll easily poke an eye out if you’re not careful.
Available in wholesale lots from Sundayo, I’m not sure how much they cost.
If your definition of being active is more than hanging out in your living room playing Wii Sports, here’s a cool new gadget that could really come in handy.
Westech Korea is launching this new portable wrist-worn GPS device which is designed specifically for sports applications.
Remember those irritating claw machines from the arcades and carnivals? You know, the ones that always had one really great prize inside that weighed 10 pounds more than the claw could lift? Now you can get your own miniature one for your cubicle.
I’ve been seeing early pictures and rumors of this new electronic book reader floating around for a couple of months now, and now the final specs, launch date and price have finally been announced.
Bookeen’s Cybook 3 reader will hit shelves this September, with prices starting at $350 USD.
Picture yourself lying on the beach, listening to the crashing waves, soaring seagulls and the squawks of far-off dolphins… Now you can bring a bit of that feeling inside your house, thanks to this new gizmo from Japan’s TakaraTomy.
At the recent E3 show, Saitek showed off this cool set of external desktop gauges that can be used alongside flight simulators and other games.
Adding a new dimension of immersion to sim games, each individual color LCD screen can display live information fed to it by special game drivers.
Here’s a cool way to keep cool at your desk.
These retro USB fans from Willstyle look like some sort of cage fan from an old computer, but they’re all new. They have a substantial ball-bearing fan motor, and can really crank out some wind.
Are you an early adopter like me? If so, I bet you’ve got some old electronic gear lying around and gathering dust. This new service makes it easy to easily make some cold hard lucre in exchange for your old gadgets.
Sometimes, I just wish I lived in Asia so I could easily get my hands on the great gadgets they crank out. My favorite find of the day has to be this Korean desktop cooler that looks like a polar bear.
This new gadget out of Japan could save you lots of time and money if you ever get into a car wreck. It’s a little camera that mounts on your car’s windshield records vehicular accidents.
The Clarion DriveEye camera automatically senses emergency braking and captures video before, during and after an accident.
This dramatic looking mode of transportation is said to be the modern day replacement for the skateboard.
Using a single large bicycle (or I guess that would be unicycle) wheel in front and a smaller caster in the rear for steering, it lets you achieve speeds up to 20 miles per hour, simply using your own leg strength to kick off.
This may just look like a cheap watch from China, but it’s actually a fully-functional infrared universal remote control with a touchscreen interface.
This remote control wristwatch can operate most popular brands of televisions and DVD players using a tiny touchscreen interface.
If you’re looking for a cool gift idea for the investor who has everything, you might want to check out this new wireless stock tracker from Ambient Devices.
Using Ambient’s radio data network, the Wireless Stock Market Reporter automatically grabs updates with the latest figures for the Dow, Nasdaq and S&P 500 markets.
How many times have you been driving down the road, when some dufus in front of you slams on their brakes to take an “important” phone call or yell at the kids? If only that guy would install one of these on his car.