Whether your child is an aspiring audio engineer or just likes to make weird noises, this educational toy looks pretty cool.
The GeoSafari Digital Recording Lab lets kids (and kids at heart) experiment and create their own electronic sound effects.
Leave it to those wacky Japanese gadget makers to come up with this strange device. This portable lighting fixture doesn’t just illuminate, it deodorizes.
According to the device’s maker, e-Revolution, the Deodolight is designed to eliminate (or at least cover up) “ill-smelling” aromas while it slowly fades between an array of colors.
Panasonic Japan’s recent entry into the e-book market is looking pretty nice. Unlike E-Ink based displays, the WordsGear can display full color images.
The WordsGear offers an amazingly sharp 5.6-inch TFT display with a 1024×600 pixel resolution (that’s about 211 pixels per inch.)
If you own a bunch of portable gadgets like me, you know how carrying around all of those chargers can be a real drag. Now you can grab a single cable that charges many of them from your computer’s USB port.
It seems like it wasn’t very long ago that Sony released their first ever electronic ink book reader for around $350. For a limited time, you can pick up one of these nifty devices for just under $100.
This frightening looking gadget from Japan lets you examine every nasty little nook and cranny of yourself and capture on your computer it for prosperity.
Thanko’s USB Microscope Camera features a high-detail digital camera attached to the end of a long LED illuminated tube.
The typical Swiss Army Knife is loaded with blades, screwdrivers, a compass and even a toothpick. This all-purpose pocket gadget is a bit more practical for most lifestyles.
The $15 Party Chain from Compact Impact combines an LED flashlight, universal TV remote control and a bottle opener so you can pop open a cold one while you surf your favorite channels.
If you thought the Air Guitar Pro I showed you was for musical wannabes, I’ve dug up this truly amazing new gadget those of you who take your guitar talents more seriously.
Line 6’s Pocket POD is a handheld device that plugs in between your guitar and your amp, and lets you add a huge number of studio-quality sound effects to your jams.
Well, now that I’ve had about a day to try out my new iPhone, I’m ready to give you guys my initial impressions.
First off, my purchasing experience was surprisingly painless. I arrived around 5:20pm on launch day at the AT&T store that’s by Harlem and Irving Park Avenues, just Northwest of Chicago.
This wireless presentation controller lets you remotely operate your Windows computer using a similar interaction to that of the Nintendo Wii-mote controller.
The ZMotion Wireless Space Presenter looks like a super-slim remote control, but does a lot more than just flip pages in a PowerPoint deck.
If you’re like me and live in a house with hardwood floors, keeping the place dust and dirt free can be a pain in the butt. That’s why I’m excited by this seemingly boring “why didn’t I think of that” invention.
This unconventional watch is designed for daredevil types who love sports that involve flying through the air.
Perfect for those who enjoy skiing, snowboarding, skateboarding or biking, DropZone’s HangTimer measures how much time you spent in the air once your body left the ground.
Here’s a gadget that doesn’t really serve a useful purpose, but somehow still seems like a good idea.
Just when you though that AA-battery was on its final last breath, why not give it one last sendoff.
If you’re using a wired mouse, you know that cable snags can be a pain in butt. This clever little desktop gadget helps keep your mouse cord from getting tangled, and looks cute doing it.
While I’ve tried to use my real cat to keep my cables in order, all he does is try to chew on them.
Sometimes, you just can’t resist popping all that bubble wrap that your latest gadget purchase came shipped in. Well now you can feed that compulsion any time, thanks to this new gizmo from Bandai.
The PuchiPuchi (rough translation) is a pocket-sized electronic device that simulates the sound and feel of popping bubble wrap.