For some reason, this mini desk refrigerator makes me think of the spaceship from Mork and Mindy. [I’m (carbon) dating myself, I know.] Actually, it’s supposed to be a giant egg. Come to think of it, so was Mork’s ship.
This frightening looking gadget from Japan lets you examine every nasty little nook and cranny of yourself and capture on your computer it for prosperity.
Thanko’s USB Microscope Camera features a high-detail digital camera attached to the end of a long LED illuminated tube.
The typical Swiss Army Knife is loaded with blades, screwdrivers, a compass and even a toothpick. This all-purpose pocket gadget is a bit more practical for most lifestyles.
The $15 Party Chain from Compact Impact combines an LED flashlight, universal TV remote control and a bottle opener so you can pop open a cold one while you surf your favorite channels.
As great as the Xbox 360 is, there’s no question that its thermal control issues are its biggest flaw. Since day one, there have been rampant problems with consoles overheating, with some reports claiming as much as a 30% failure rate.
Technabob favorite TokyoFlash revealed their latest ultra modern digital watch this week. Previously available only in Japan, their Barcode Black watch features a dramatic black case with a solid black stainless steel band.
Four columns of bright blue LEDs dot the front to tell the time in Tokyoflash’s typically offbeat way.
Here’s a gadget that doesn’t really serve a useful purpose, but somehow still seems like a good idea.
Just when you though that AA-battery was on its final last breath, why not give it one last sendoff.
By rapidly spinning a blade that contains an array of flashing LEDs, this wall clock tells time in a visually striking way.
A thin LED arm, loaded with 33 LEDs spins at 30 revolutions per second to create the illusion of a complete image.
Remember those crummy old alarm clocks from the seventies that used numbers that flipped as the time changed? Dutch designer Wil van den Bos has reinvented the classic flip clock as a work of modern magnificence.
The latest weather forecasting device from Oregon Scientific shows you the latest weather forecast displayed in a pretty unique way. A clear crystal block features 3d laser-etched icons of sun, clouds and rain, and illuminates the appropriate icon for the upcoming day.
My favorite watch company is at it once more. Tokyoflash has rolled out their latest creation, the BPM watch.
The digital timepiece is designed for aspiring musicians, DJs and anyone else who wants to know how many beats per minute are in a rhythm.
A while back Philips showed off these gorgeous color-changing LED lighting fixtures as part of a media event. However, up until now, there was no information on how and when we mere mortals could get our hands on these cool device (unless we lived in the Netherlands.)
According Le Journal du Geek, the Philps LivingColors lights will be released in Europe by the end of this summer for a price of € 149 (which works out to about $200 US.) They’re expected to launch in other countries later this year.
This portable LED flashlight is the perfect source of illumination for reading maps or other documents in you car without disturbing the driver. The compact Auto LED provides a bright, sharp-edged beam, keeping light focused only on its intended target.
This gadget takes your ordinary bathtub and brings it to life in a cascade of moving water and bright colors.
The AquaRain is a battery-powered device that floats along the surface of your bathwater and sprays a geyser of constantly recirculating water into the air in a couple of different patterns.
ThinkGeek is at it again. This time they’re offering up a fan which can load up animated GIF files from your computer and display them in full color on the blades of the fan.
Inspired by those light-up LED spinner rims that might have turned up on Pimp My Ride, The LED Art Fan hooks up to your computer via a serial connection, and lets you download up to 128 frames of art into its internal memory.
Based on a classic 1970s digital watch by revered French designer Roger Tallon, the Mach 2000 is a perfect melding of simplicity and technology.
French watchmaker Lip has taken Tallon’s original watch design and has reissued it for us to enjoy all over again.
Perfect for the raver crowd, this gadget lets you send messages through the air by using an array of rapidly flashing LEDs. As you wave the Spacewriter LTC123 in the air, the circuitry detects the movement and writes out a dot-matrix message that’s readable by onlookers.