Do you like rainbows (and ponies and lollipops too)? Now you can bring them inside your house (just the rainbows, not the ponies or lollipops, unless you have some Dum Dums or Chupa Chups lying around) with this relaxing indoor rainbow generator.
I’ve certainly seen some odd gadgets come across my desk, but these plush speakers from Korea have to be some of the weirdest I’ve ever seen.
These “BooRu-BooRu” dolls look like some sort of bizarre Teletubbies on crack.
If your definition of being active is more than hanging out in your living room playing Wii Sports, here’s a cool new gadget that could really come in handy.
Westech Korea is launching this new portable wrist-worn GPS device which is designed specifically for sports applications.
Here’s a cool way to keep cool at your desk.
These retro USB fans from Willstyle look like some sort of cage fan from an old computer, but they’re all new. They have a substantial ball-bearing fan motor, and can really crank out some wind.
Sometimes, I just wish I lived in Asia so I could easily get my hands on the great gadgets they crank out. My favorite find of the day has to be this Korean desktop cooler that looks like a polar bear.
This little pendant might look like a tiny camera, but it’s secret identity is a digital music player.
The handmade wooden mini-cameras have an embedded Motz Music Box at their core, letting them play MP3, WMA and OGG files.
Is this thing some sort of a light bulb? Not really. A digital alarm clock? Sometimes. How about an LED color-morphing lamp? Sure, when the mood is right.
From the side or back, this battery-powered gadget looks just like a traditional light bulb in a socket.
Korea’s I-Dear speakers measure in at less than 1-cubic inch and hook up to your favorite media player to provide stereo sound wherever you go.
They’re made from natural hardwoods so they really stand out from the plastic crowd.
LG is showing off their new HT752TP “flat home theater” system which claims the unique distinction of producing “10.1” virtual surround sound.
The system simulates additional channels in between its standard 5 speaker surround setup, to produce the illusion of 10 individual speaker locations.
The mobiBLU series of mp3 players is getting a new little sibling, the CUBISTO. The 1-inch cube player will come in 512MB, 1GB and 2GB flash memory versions.
The players feature a built-in FM tuner, FM recording capabilities as well as SRS WOW HD and TruBass sound enhancement.
Korean electronics manufacturer Maxian has recently unveiled their upcoming D900 portable media player.
The player features just about everything you could want in a portable. The 4.3-inch display looks great, and supports up to 800×480 (better than DVD) resolution.
[UPDATE 10/20/2006: According to this post at Gizmodo, this was either a hoax or an erroneous report. Too bad.]
While the photograph below might seem a little shady, there’s a rumor on the street that Microsoft announced a 100GB hard drive for the Xbox 360 during a presentation at their Korean X06 conference.