The Mr. Bump alarm clock is very weird but also very appropriate: when its alarm goes off, you can turn it off by hurling it against a wall, or against any hard surface I guess. It’s a gadget that risks being destroyed in order to function, and yet it’s also a gadget that knows its users’ probable response.
Aaaaaand action! You’re late for a meeting. Your heart is beating so fast and so loud. You get in your car. You start the car. You drive off. You are fast; you are speed itself. But you’re pretty sure you’re still late.
This fake security cam has several fauxthentic features that will deter would-be thieves. It has a motion sensor (probably an IR sensor), so that when someone – you, your wife’s mother, a piece of trash – passes in front of it within 6 1/2 feet, the camera will respond by panning back and forth for 15 seconds.
I’m not that into photography so I can’t say I’m excited about Sony’s new cybershot, the DSC-HX1, but it’s packed with a lot of features that I think will get many enthusiasts excited. One of the DSC-HX1’s features that Sony is flaunting is it’s ability to take “sweeping panoramic shots”, up to 224° horizontal or 154° vertical.
The rivalry between water and consumer electronics is one of the most legendary rivalries known to man. It’s right up there with Itchy & Scratchy, WOW & Life, Me & College. Recognizing the tragic state of affairs between two of man’s most beloved things, gadget manufacturer/ peacekeeper of non-living things Tokyoflash stepped in and gave us two gigantic candles that poop gray sludge.
We’ve seen it so many times on TV: the handsome hotshot attorney is inside his office, squinting and frowning while massaging his temples to indicate that he’s thinking of a way to win his beautiful client’s case… and heart, of course.
The Flexible Chromatic USB Hub will delight you with bright hues and a flexible design. You can fold and stretch it to your heart’s content, all while you do your USB thing.
This gadget reminds me of those toys that have colored blocks of wood connected by fabric straps, that can go either direction.
This isn’t exactly high-tech, but it’s a strange enough gadget that I wanted to share it. It’s a waterproof radio for your shower that’s disguised as a shampoo bottle.
Sooo… what’s the rationale behind this product?
Not that I think this will really save you in an earthquake, but in case you’re the type of person who likes to be as prepared as humanly possible- I present the S Band EJ, a desktop seismic updater from Sankosha.
Have a juvenile sense of humor? Now you can get out your immature tendencies with this remote controlled version of the “classic” Whoopee Cushion.
Just place the battery-operated receiver unit under your unsuspecting coworker’s chair, head back to your cubicle and press the wireless trigger and let the mayhem ensue.
Just in time for the holidays, The Onion – America’s Finest News Source, will offer the ideal holiday gifts for the guy or gal who has everything.
Gotchabox is a set of three boxes from completely fake, yet surprisingly real sounding bad gift items, the USB toaster (are you sure this isn’t real?),