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Category: Gadgets

Pocket Gamepad Folds and Fits in Your Pocket

Pocket Gamepad Folds and Fits in Your Pocket
This little USB controller has a fun little trick up its sleeve. The Pocket Gamepad is hinged in the middle, folds in half and flips shut for maximum portability. The compact game controller measures just 3.93″ x 1.81″ x 0.47″ when opened and about half that width and twice that depth when folded up.

Are You Getting Enough Sleep?

Are You Getting Enough Sleep?
For those of us insomniacs who have lots of restless nights, there’s a new gadget out that’s designed to help us know how much sleep we’re really getting. The $149 Sleeptracker is a watch-like device that straps to your wrist and monitors how much sleep you get by monitoring for movements while you’re tossing and turning in your sleep.

Tony Hawk $50 Helmet Cam

Tony Hawk $50 Helmet Cam
The Tony Hawk Helmet Cam is designed for skate punks who want to record their faceplants and other smooth moves for posterity. The little camera straps onto any helmet and can be aimed with a laser-targeting system.

Disguise Your Voice on the Cheap

Disguise Your Voice on the Cheap
This DIY Digital Voice Changer Kit lets you mask the sound of your voice by playing with the pitch and vibrato of your speech. Just speak into the built-in microphone, adjust the pitch control, and you can sound like anything from a hostage taker to a mouse on speed.

Turn Your Walls Into a Starfield

Turn Your Walls Into a Starfield
Sick of the same four white walls? This new projection gadget might just help you make that room a little less drab. The Laser Stars Projector will take a plain white room and turn it into a twinkling, ever changing starfield (assuming you turn off the lights.)

LG Ke850 Mobile Phone: the iPhone Junior?

LG Ke850 Mobile Phone: the iPhone Junior?
While many of us were pretty wowed by the industrial design and user interface of Apple’s forthcoming iPhone, but with a bunch of other internet-media-smartphones out there, is it really all that unique? LG would like us to think that Apple’s beauty really isn’t all that different.

Iogear Digital Scribe: Record Notes From Any Surface

Iogear Digital Scribe: Record Notes From Any Surface
I’ve seen plenty of devices that let you record digital notes, but all of the ones I know of require either special paper, special ink or a special pad. The IOGEAR Wireless Digital Scribe (GPEN200N) is the device I’ve come across that can capture handwriting from any surface.

Video Footage of Apple iPhone in Action

Video Footage of Apple iPhone in Action
You can’t really appreciate how impressive the Apple iPhone user interface is until you see it in action. Thankfully, CBS News has posted a close up video of an actual iPhone in action at this week’s Macworld conference: The whole motion sensor thing when you rotate the device just seems so right.

Cisco Suing Apple Over iPhone Trademark

Cisco Suing Apple Over iPhone Trademark
A few weeks back I told you about Cisco/Linksys’ new line of voice over IP products being marketed under the “iPhone” brand name. Well now that Apple has announced their hot new iPhone, it looks like they never completed the process of working out a deal with Cisco to use the name.

Bushnell Onix 400: Portable Gps With Xm and Live Weather

Bushnell Onix 400: Portable Gps With Xm and Live Weather
If you’re the outdoorsy type, you might want to check out Bushnell’s new waterproof portable GPS navigator. It’s the first device I’ve seen that seamlessly integrates GPS mapping capabilities with real time weather data and an XM satellite radio.

Franklin International Translator Speaks 12 Languages

Franklin International Translator Speaks 12 Languages
If you travel a lot, you might want to check out the newly announced Franklin TGA-490 language translator that can actually speak in 12 different languages. The new portable translator not only translates over 450,000 words and 12,000 phrases, it contains recorded samples of speech to provide accurate pronunciation in all 12 languages.

Belkin Tunestudio: iPod Recording Studio

Belkin Tunestudio: iPod Recording Studio
Belkin has introduced a new gadget which should be a godsend for musicians on a budget. The Belkin TuneStudion is a four-channel mixing board which features a dock for 5G iPods. The system records directly from the mixing board into the iPod at CD-quality.

Axion Iptv Wireless Tv Details Announced

Axion Iptv Wireless Tv Details Announced
Electronics manufacturer Axion has announced the details of their new portable IP-based television, to be shown at next week’s CES show in Vegas. The Axion AXN-8017 iPTV will feature a 7-inch widescreen LCD, along with hardware that will stream your home television, cable, satellite, DVR or VCR programming (

Dash Express Gps to Get Yahoo! Local Search

Dash Express Gps to Get Yahoo! Local Search
GPS maker Dash has announced that they’ve signed a deal with Yahoo! Local to provide their search capabilities on in-car GPS navigation systems. While the idea of points-of-interest data on GPS devices isn’t novel, using a quality real-time data source such as Yahoo!

What has 8 Eyes and Never Forgets? the Lomo Oktomat Camera

What has 8 Eyes and Never Forgets? the Lomo Oktomat Camera
I’ve always been a fan of the cool effects available from Lomo’s unique analog camera line, and now they’ve come up with another nifty camera, the Oktomat. The Oktomat takes 8 photos over the course of 2.5 seconds, and exposes them onto separate sections of a single 35mm frame.

Lapazz D-Note Digital Notepad With Color Recognition

Lapazz D-Note Digital Notepad With Color Recognition
I’ve seen a number of paper-to-digital note recorders over the years, but this is the first time I’ve come across one that can actually recognize multiple ink colors. The LaPazz D-Note DNA500 from UC-Logic is a small notepad that records your handwritten notes on the computer, and can automatically recognize blue, red and black ink colors (special pens are required for this feature) when storing digital versions of your notes.

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