While I question the utility of this flashlight, the idea of carrying around what looks like a traditional incandescent light bulb on your keychain is just wacky enough that I thought I’d give it a mention.
A couple of weeks back, I told you about a little clock that projects the time using what was purported to be a laser beam. Turns out that one just used a lame red LED, and could barely muster an image from more than a couple of feet away.
These miniature electronic instruments let you kick out the jams wherever you go. The BlueBox MiJam Mini series let you carry entire band in your backpack.
First up, there’s the Mini Drumpad, which features a bunch of percussion sounds as well as rhythm an tempo settings to keep the sounds on beat.
This handheld gadget lets you project the current time onto almost any surface.
The Laser Clock uses a combination of LCD and laser technology to work its magic. The battery-powered laser projector is small enough to fit in your pocket, and includes a handy keychain fob too.
This upcoming gadget claims to put an entire professional DJ system in the palm of your hand. While early images of the Pacemaker look more like concept art than a final product, it does look like it will be a pretty cool device when it’s released this Fall.
This new MP3 player out of Korea features one special capability that makes it truly stand out from the crowd – it plays emulated video games.
The Plezo PMG-250 media player features technology that lets it play classic (and not so classic) games from Sega MegaDrive, Nintendo NES and GameBoy Color consoles.
How would you like a single device that combines a still camera, camcorder, mp3 player, FM radio, voice recorder, e-book viewer, webcam and a DVR? Oh yeah… and what if it was small enough to fit in the palm of your hand?
Remember the old Whac-a-Mole games from the carnival when you were a kid? Now you can have your own mini-version of the game wherever you go.
This pint-sized version of the stress-inducing game comes to us from Japan’s Epoch Games.
This tiny media player from Epoq is just a hair larger than a typical book of matches, yet packs a rich set of features into its diminutive package.
For starters, the minuscule player features a high-resolution, scratch-resistant 2.4-inch color (320×240) display which dominates the face of the device.
While the Pocket PC and smartphones are enough for most of us who need a pocket computer, sometimes a full-on version of Windows is what you’d like. The Digital Cube I-Station G43 aims to solve this problem by providing a complete Windows XP computer in a palm-sized UMPC (Ultra Mobile PC) device.
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.