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Tag: Red

Slan LED Watches: the Bold and the Beautiful

Slan LED Watches: the Bold and the Beautiful
The slick black case and bright, easy-to-read displays on these Slan LED watches really caught my eye. There’s just something so refreshing about a digital watch that’s just clean and simple, unencumbered by extraneous information or newfangled display paradigms.

Eek! Speakers That Look Like Mice (Sorta)

Eek! Speakers That Look Like Mice (Sorta)
In the beginning, there were speakers that looked like dogs, then along came some cats, so I guess it was only a matter of time before the rodentia would feel left out of the audio food chain.

Voodoo Glow Skull Arrives Just in Time for Halloween

Voodoo Glow Skull Arrives Just in Time for Halloween
I’m thinking that this Halloween, I’d like to scare all the neighborhood kids out of their wits with a bunch of these disembodied robo-heads sitting in my front windows. The brilliantly named “Glowing Scary Deaths-Head Toy” looks like your average, everyday metal-headed, Skeletor-robot-zombie until you flip the switch.

Storm Circuit: Modern LED Watch has Retro Spirit

Storm Circuit: Modern LED Watch has Retro Spirit
For some reason, the latest digital watch from London’s STORM features a readout that brings back memories of classic TV shows from my childhood. I’m not sure if it’s more reminiscent of a Cylon Centurion helmet from Battlestar Galactica, or the dashboard from KITT from Knight Rider.

Chillichilly Clock Will have You Seeing Double

Chillichilly Clock Will have You Seeing Double
The numbers on this unique wall clock from Hong Kong’s ChilliChilly may look confusing when the hands aren’t over them, but as each hand reaches a number, colored discs reveal the proper time. The appropriately named Seeing Double clock uses Red and a green colored filters at the end of the hour and minute hands reveal the true time.

Wii Feeling Blue? Go Green or Red Instead

Wii Feeling Blue? Go Green or Red Instead
If you’re looking for a quick and easy mod to change the look of your Nintendo Wii, here’s a kit that lets you easily change the color of the LEDs in the console’s DVD loading slot.

Ammon Proof Digital Watch is a Real Looker

Ammon Proof Digital Watch is a Real Looker
These LCD digital timepieces from California’s Ammon Watches really stand out from the crowd.

Red and Black Nintendo Ds Lite on the Way

Red and Black Nintendo Ds Lite on the Way
Nintendo has announced the impending release of a new model of the DS Lite that features a cool new two-tone color scheme. The new model will have a top half that’s “Crimson” (gloss red) and a bottom half that’s “Onyx” (matte black).

Nixon Metal Dork Digital Watch for Geeks, Nerds Too

Nixon Metal Dork Digital Watch for Geeks, Nerds Too
Whether you’re a dork, nerd, geek or even a dweeb, I think you’ll be looking pretty cool walking around with this cool digital watch. Nixon’s $120 Metal Dork Watch features a hard-lined modern stainless steel case and band, along with black metal accents.

Retro Roman Numeral LED Clock Found on Ebay

Retro Roman Numeral LED Clock Found on Ebay
Long before the recent trend of strange digital timepieces that tell time in binary or in some other cryptic fashion, a little electronics company known as Heathkit made this fun LED clock that told time using Roman numerals.

Can Speakers be Angelic?

Can Speakers be Angelic?
Fresh off the shelves from Hong Kong’s Brando come these new multimedia speakers with a strange name. They may be calling these “Angel Speakers,” but I actually think they look more like twirling ballerinas (or Whirling Dervishes for that matter.)

Mathmos Light Charms Glow When You’ve Got a Call

Mathmos Light Charms Glow When You’ve Got a Call
If you happen to have your cell phone ringer turned off, and you don’t care for the “vibrate” setting, you might want to check out these nifty things from London’s Mathmos. These tiny Light Charms clip onto your mobile phone and blink whenever a call is coming in (thanks to those lovely radio frequency emissions.)

9-Volt Lights Are Brilliantly Minimal

9-Volt Lights Are Brilliantly Minimal
Designer Richard Lawson has created the oh-so-simple LED lights that clip on the top of an ordinary 9-volt battery. Originally designed for a Mathmos-sponsored design competition, they’re now available for you to purchase for the first tim.

And When There was No Crawdad to be Found…

And When There was No Crawdad to be Found…
Every once in a while, I’ll find something that necessarily doesn’t fit in with the cyber-electronic-whiz-bang theme of Technabob. But I figure, since I’m the Chief Cook and Bottle Washer here, “why not write about it anyway?”

Fan Displays Moving Images on Spinning Leds

Fan Displays Moving Images on Spinning Leds
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.

Pocket Hero Fans Help You Keep Your Cool

Pocket Hero Fans Help You Keep Your Cool
Although these little devices might look a little like those Mimobot memory sticks, they’re actually compact fans that you can pop in your pocket. Hero Handy Fans run on two AAA batteries, and feature a soft plastic fan blade that’s guaranteed not to chop off any appendages.