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Category: Gadgets

Bluedot Divita: Disc Organizer for Neat Freaks

Bluedot Divita: Disc Organizer for Neat Freaks
If you’ve got a big library of CDs, DVDs or other 5-inch discs, this shmancy storage system can help keep your library organized and looking cool too. The $489 BlueDot Divita Storage Tower holds up to 100 CDs or DVDs and lets you easily access them by disc name using the built-in 1.8″ LCD screen and numeric

Nukalert: Radiation Detector for the Paranoid

Nukalert: Radiation Detector for the Paranoid
If this season’s storyline on 24 has you worried about the threat of nuclear terrorism, you might want to pick up one of these little gadgets. The $160 NukAlert keychain radiation monitor automatically warns you of the unseen atomic threat anywhere you go.
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Otokibako: Crank Up the Tunes, Literally.

Otokibako: Crank Up the Tunes, Literally.
This electronic kit from Japan looks like a traditional music box from the outside, but when you open up the cover, it reveals an array of electronics that play music read from specially encoded music sheets.

The Touchless Touchscreen Monitor

The Touchless Touchscreen Monitor
Sure, everybody is doing touchscreen interfaces these days, but this is the first time I’ve seen a monitor that can respond to gestures without actually having to touch the screen. The monitor, based on technology from TouchKo was recently demonstrated by White Electronic Designs and Tactyl Services at the CeBIT show.

Yoggie: the Mini Network Security Appliance

Yoggie: the Mini Network Security Appliance
If software-based security products are getting you down, check out this little (and I do mean little) gadget called the Yoggie Gatekeeper Pro. It’s a complete computer security solution that’s small enough to fit in your pocket.

Animated Pong T-Shirt for the Retro Gamer

Animated Pong T-Shirt for the Retro Gamer
The gadget mavens over at Think Geek have revealed this new t-shirt that features an animation based on Atari’s gaming classic, Pong (although the t-shirt simply refers to it as “Table Tennis”, for obvious legal reasons.)

Digital Sound Feeling System: Huh?

Digital Sound Feeling System: Huh?
Japan produces some of the most important innovations in the world of technology, but they also are known for making some of the oddest gadgets ever invented. This one is no exception. This strange looking device from SEGATOYS produces three-dimensional “healing” sounds which are designed to help you relax.

Keyboard Lights Up, Rolls Up

Keyboard Lights Up, Rolls Up
I’ve seen plenty of illuminated keyboards in my time, and also several that are flexible, but this is the first keyboard I’ve seen that both lights up and rolls up. Made from flexible Silicone, The USB Illuminated Roll-Up Keyboard from USBGeek gets its glow from a cool sapphire blue electroluminescent layer.

Alarm Clock Forces You to Save Money

Alarm Clock Forces You to Save Money
These wacky alarm clocks ensure that you’ll build up your savings by forcing you to put money in it before the alarm will shut off. The colorful cube clock will keep beeping incessantly each morning until you feed it some coins.

The Desktop Can Vending Fridge

The Desktop Can Vending Fridge
When I recently received a mini Google Fridge for my office at work (my company spends a lot of money on AdWords,) I thought for sure I had the coolest geek refrigeration device on the block.

Robot Web Cam and Asimo: Separated at Birth?

Robot Web Cam and Asimo: Separated at Birth?
This USB robot web cam bears more than a passing resemblance to Honda’s famous little humanoid robot, Asimo. Unlike Asimo, however, the USB Robot Cam has white LED eyes and red LED ears that illuminate when the lights go down.

Turn Your Desktop Into a Top Secret Base

Turn Your Desktop Into a Top Secret Base
Japanese toy and electronics maker TakaraTomy is now offering this set of crazy USB gadgets that will make your desktop look like some sort of top secret military base. Start off with the Big Red Emergency Button (¥3990/$34 USD), which looks pretty ominous, but merely shuts down your Windows PC.

Pogoalert Keeps Speed Traps at Bay

Pogoalert Keeps Speed Traps at Bay
This wondrous little auto gadget uses GPS satellite tracking, radar and laser detection technologies to alert you to the presence of speed traps and traffic cameras. The PogoAlert features a compact 1.8-inch LCD screen that mounts on your car’s dashboard or windshield, and lets you know when you’re approaching a speed trap or traffic camera.

Charge Box: Hide Those Unsightly Chargers and Cords

Charge Box: Hide Those Unsightly Chargers and Cords
Design firm ding3000 designed this slick, modern box which lets you turn that rats’ nest of cords and A/C adapters into a presentable piece of home decor. Designed for German housewares company Konstantin Slawinski, the Charge Box SL12 was designed to conceal the most unwieldy and unattractive part of today’s gadgets.

Like the NES Power Glove on Steroids

Like the NES Power Glove on Steroids
Way back in 1989, long before today’s Wii-mote and the SIXAXIS motion sensing controllers, Mattel launched their rather silly looking, but ahead-of-its-time Power Glove controller for the Nintendo Entertainment System. Now, Immersion Corporation is offering a modern update to the concept with their CyberGlove II Wireless Data Glove.

Philips Dcp850 Portable DVD Features Built in iPod Dock

Philips Dcp850 Portable DVD Features Built in iPod Dock
Philips latest portable DVD player has added a feature that just might convince me to pick one up. In addition to the usual DVD player and LCD screen, the player has a sleek integrated dock for your iPod.
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