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Tag: Pen

Endless Happiness Pen: Jewel-Encrusted and Worth… What?

Endless Happiness Pen: Jewel-Encrusted and Worth… What?
If I had a million dollars, I’d buy a new car. Maybe I’ll build my puppy a fancy doghouse, like the one Paris Hilton built for her Chihuahuas. Or maybe I’ll invest it in the stock market, maybe open up a franchise of some fast food restaurant.

Monteverde Stylus Ballpoint Pen is Future Proof

Monteverde Stylus Ballpoint Pen is Future Proof
Here’s a pen that you’ll find useful for work (or play) for years to come. The Monteverde Stylus Ballpoint Pen is not only refillable, it also has a conductive rubber tip mounted on its click-top, so you can use it on any device with a capacitive touchscreen.
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Brink Metal Tool Pen is the Geeks Sword

Brink Metal Tool Pen is the Geeks Sword
It never fails that I can buy a box of 100 pens and three days later when I need one I can’t find any. I think I might work harder to keep up with a pen this cool and geeky.

Rubber Bandit Pen is Designed for Office Warfare

Rubber Bandit Pen is Designed for Office Warfare
When I was a kid in school, I could do so many things with a rubber band, a pen and a paperclip that I felt like MacGyver. At least I would have if I’d actually known who he was back then.

Dagi Pen Capacitive Stylus: the iPad and iPhone Get a Pen (Kinda)

Dagi Pen Capacitive Stylus: the iPad and iPhone Get a Pen (Kinda)
I’ve been looking for a reasonable way to draw on the screen of my iPad since I bought it, and after trying out the less than stellar Pogo Sketch (which broke after 2 days of use and was way to squishy and fat to really be considered a “pen”), I pretty much gave up on the idea that anyone could figure out a way to make a good stylus for capacitive screens.

Pressure Sensitive Drawing on iPad a Possibility

Pressure Sensitive Drawing on iPad a Possibility
While nobody at Apple intended for the screen of the iPad to support pressure-sensitivity, there’s a demo video floating around showing off a proof-of-concept for this truly artistic usage of the iPad’s multi-touch screen. You can really imagine all of the cool drawing programs you could create if you could detect the pressure applied with a stylus, and the guys at Ten One Design have figured out a way to do this, even though it’s not officially supported by Apple.

Star Wars Lightsaber Pens: Write With Light

Star Wars Lightsaber Pens: Write With Light
Just when I thought the Star Wars merchandising team couldn’t come up with another use for lightsabers, they came up with the latest in office supply technology – the lightsaber ballpoint pen.

The Tmt Tactical Wallet: the Swiss Army Wallet

The Tmt Tactical Wallet: the Swiss Army Wallet
With a compass, a tweezer, a toothpick, a pen, a glass breaker, 2 hidden compartments and ample space for money, the TMT Tactical Wallet is ten times more useful than me. Made by North Carolina-based Toner Machining Technologies, this XXXXL cousin of Swiss army knives measures 4.0 x 3.57 x 1.150-inches and weighs a whopping 7 oz.

Thanko Four Sd Slot Pen: a Pen That Can Write and Read!

Thanko Four Sd Slot Pen: a Pen That Can Write and Read!
Get it? Thanko’s neat pen and SD card reader combo can accommodate up to 4 SD or MMC cards in its slim 0.6″ x 0.6″ x 6″ frame. And if you really want to look like a dork, just keep your memory cards on the pen all the time.

Gundam Gun Ballpoint Pens Might Blast a Hole in Your Paper

Gundam Gun Ballpoint Pens Might Blast a Hole in Your Paper
Fans of the classic Japanese Anime series Gundam will recognize these familiar items. Except instead of firing deadly projectiles, these miniature weapons fire ink onto paper. Well, they don’t really shoot ink, they just write like any other ballpoint pen.

Color Picker Pen Might Make That Box of 120 Crayons Obsolete

Color Picker Pen Might Make That Box of 120 Crayons Obsolete
When I was in grade school, crayons served as our introduction to the art of one-upmanship – you have a box of 8? Well your seatmate has a box of 16! So you tell your mom to buy you a box of 24, but – oh snap!

Ultraviolet Spy Pen Lets You Write and Read Invisible Messages

Ultraviolet Spy Pen Lets You Write and Read Invisible Messages
Here’s a handy way to keep a secret. Just grab one of these ultraviolet invisible ink pens, and you can leave yourself hidden messages that you can easily decode using the same pen you wrote them with.

Pocket Shark Pen Weapon Nearly as Mighty as the Sword

Pocket Shark Pen Weapon Nearly as Mighty as the Sword
The next time your boss tells you that he’s still waiting for that TPS report, you might want to fill it out with one of these bad-ass pens in your hand. The Pocket Shark pen ($6.99 USD) might look innocuous enough, but it’s actually made from glass-reinforced plastic and designed to act as an self-defense weapon in the event of an emergency (or if you’re just a lunatic).

Message Tape Mimics Digital Displays

Message Tape Mimics Digital Displays
This cool decorative tape lets you leave messages by blacking out the the white areas. A brilliantly simple design concept, the tape works in pretty much any language thanks to its free-form display concept. Perfect for labeling boxes, temporary signage, creating impromptu artworks or modern graffiti, the tape comes in either a dot-matrix or segmented style.

Robot Artist Draws Portraits

Robot Artist Draws Portraits
This humanoid robot holds a pen in its hand and can draw an image of any person who stands in front of it. Created by robotic researcher Sylvain Calinon, the robot recognizes when there’s a face in its field of view, then snaps a digital photo and extracts the major characteristics of their visage.

Wacom Bamboo Touch Tablet Revealed

Wacom Bamboo Touch Tablet Revealed
Graphics tablet maker Wacom has announced their latest touch tablet, designed for the consumer and small business market. The Wacom Bamboo will retail for under $150 when it’s released later this Spring, and features a wide variety of features for both creative and functional uses.
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