A couple of weeks back, I told you about a little clock that projects the time using what was purported to be a laser beam. Turns out that one just used a lame red LED, and could barely muster an image from more than a couple of feet away.
For those of you who grew up in the Sixties, or just fans of Little Miss Sunshine, this little VW Minibus is actually an AM/FM clock radio.
Zumreed has released these nifty little gadgets which looks just like the classic Volkswagen van.
Remember those giant, clunky mobile phones back in the eighties? Now you can revisit those youthful memories, while enjoying all of today’s conveniences.
The Retro Brick Mobile Phone may look like one of those old behemoths, but actually is packed with the features you’d expect in modern mobile devices.
There you have it, winner of the best product name of the day.
Made especially for the instant ramen aficionado, this gadget is indeed called the Instant Noodle Perfecting Timer. This gadget is designed with one simple, yet important purpose in mind – to produce the perfect Cup O’ Noodles.
These miniature electronic instruments let you kick out the jams wherever you go. The BlueBox MiJam Mini series let you carry entire band in your backpack.
First up, there’s the Mini Drumpad, which features a bunch of percussion sounds as well as rhythm an tempo settings to keep the sounds on beat.
This handheld gadget lets you project the current time onto almost any surface.
The Laser Clock uses a combination of LCD and laser technology to work its magic. The battery-powered laser projector is small enough to fit in your pocket, and includes a handy keychain fob too.
Sure, there have been many so-called “force feedback” controllers for computers and video games, but this is the first time I’ve seen one that really means it.
Unlike most force devices which simply vibrate or drag, the Novint Falcon lets you control in 3-dimensions and actually can push against your grip with as much as 2 pounds of force.
Leave it to the wacky gadget makers of Japan to come up with this one.
The ridiculous Steering Rapper lets you tap out obnoxious beats and sound effects while you drive your vehicle. If the distraction of that isn’t enough, the whole thing is attached to your steering wheel with velcro straps to get in your way while driving.
E-Ink has announced a major upgrade to their electronic paper display technology which should substantially improve the quality over the earlier generation of displays.
E Ink’s new Vizplex display modules have a new switching mechanism which will allow the displays to refresh almost twice as fast as prior displays.
This upcoming gadget claims to put an entire professional DJ system in the palm of your hand. While early images of the Pacemaker look more like concept art than a final product, it does look like it will be a pretty cool device when it’s released this Fall.
Yes, you read that right. It’s happy, it’s a monkey, and it’s an FM radio.
Featuring the most self-explanatory product name ever, the Happy Monkey FM Radio is the perfect accoutrement for fans of monkeys, FM radio or just generally happy people.
It seems like I can’t go a week without running across some ridiculous flash memory drives inspired by something completely unrelated to computing.
Today’s special: these Freshly Baked USB Drives, featuring enough carbs to make Dr.
These new USB flash memory drives from Kingmax are just a tiny bit larger than a paper clip.
Measuring just 34 x 12.4 x 2.2mm and weighing in just 1 gram, the Kingmax Super Stick claims the current title of “world’s smallest” flash drive.
This alarm clock radio hides a dirty little secret beneath its innocent exterior. The clock has a tiny little wireless camera hidden in its face.
Available for about $64 from wholesale importer ChinaVasion, the Hidden Camera Spy Clock has a full color camera that transmits to a remote receiver for recording whatever it spies.
This desktop aquarium lets you enjoy the beauty of some of earth’s most mysterious creatures from the comfort of your own home.
The Banpresto Aquapict Jellyfish Aquarium features three amazingly real looking undersea critters (made from silicone,) and illuminates them with color-changing LEDs to give them an other-worldly glow.
How would you like a single device that combines a still camera, camcorder, mp3 player, FM radio, voice recorder, e-book viewer, webcam and a DVR? Oh yeah… and what if it was small enough to fit in the palm of your hand?