This rather silly gadget is lets you keep a single can of your favorite canned beverage cool in a tiny little refrigerator.
Brando’s USB Mini Fridge holds one and only one can of soda, beer or other drink in its tiny confines.
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.
Normally, I couldn’t think of a less interesting computer accessory than a memory card reader. Leave it to the design wizards at Boynq to change my mind on that.
Their $30 Toastit is a 27-in-1 memory card reader that bears a striking resemblance to a retro-modern toaster.
Sure, there have been many so-called “force feedback” controllers for computers and video games, but this is the first time I’ve seen one that really means it.
Unlike most force devices which simply vibrate or drag, the Novint Falcon lets you control in 3-dimensions and actually can push against your grip with as much as 2 pounds of force.
It seems like I can’t go a week without running across some ridiculous flash memory drives inspired by something completely unrelated to computing.
Today’s special: these Freshly Baked USB Drives, featuring enough carbs to make Dr.
These new USB flash memory drives from Kingmax are just a tiny bit larger than a paper clip.
Measuring just 34 x 12.4 x 2.2mm and weighing in just 1 gram, the Kingmax Super Stick claims the current title of “world’s smallest” flash drive.
This desktop aquarium lets you enjoy the beauty of some of earth’s most mysterious creatures from the comfort of your own home.
The Banpresto Aquapict Jellyfish Aquarium features three amazingly real looking undersea critters (made from silicone,) and illuminates them with color-changing LEDs to give them an other-worldly glow.
Japanese game accessory maker Hori has revealed their upcoming racing controller for the PlayStation 3.
The Zero Tech 3 controller features a trigger-grip design with a sideways mounted analog steering control. The unique design allows players to use their left hand to control the accelerator and brake triggers, while the right hand controls steering.
This nifty device is a self-contained surround sound recording studio. The Samson Zoom H2 Handy Recorder uses a set of three directional microphones to record high quality stereo and surround imaging to its built-in digital recorder.
Thanks to its microphone configuration, the recorder can accurately capture stereo positioning as well as 5.1
The gimmicky USB device du Jour is this flash memory drive that looks like a poker chip. The drive itself isn’t anything fancy, but the fact that it slides into the chip-shaped container for storage makes it a little more fun.
The Memorex Poker Chip Flash Drive won’t win any awards for storage capacity, weighing in at modest 1GB, but it’s a fun gift for the poker addict in your life.
Saitek recently released their latest mouse, offering a clean modern design and a unique scrolling sensor that uses touch instead of a traditional wheel input.
The Obsidian mouse features a high-precision 1000DPI optical sensor, and operates wirelessly over RF.
These whimsical Mad Dog Speakers are perfect for any canine lover. The pair of black and white dogs plug into your USB port and let you kick out tunes from your PC or any other audio device with a stereo mini plug.
Don’t expect to crank your music up to 11 on these though.
You know those cutouts on the top of many desks that are used to manage cables? Belkin has come up with an ingenious series of accessories that help you make better use of this space.
First off, there’s the In-Desk USB Hub and Front-Access In-Desk USB Hub which provide you with four additional USB ports.
If software-based security products are getting you down, check out this little (and I do mean little) gadget called the Yoggie Gatekeeper Pro. It’s a complete computer security solution that’s small enough to fit in your pocket.
The Linux-based miniature security appliance features 13 serious security systems in one little piece of hardware.
These days, iPod docks seem to be a dime a dozen, so it’s refreshing to see when someone thinks a little outside of the box. Enter the SendStation PocketDock AV, a portable device that clips onto the bottom of your iPod and lets you access all the audio, video and computer connectivity you need while you’re on the road.
The simple device snaps on to the iPod’s dock connector and provides ready access to USB, stereo audio, composite and s-video when you attach the included breakout cable.
I’ve seen plenty of illuminated keyboards in my time, and also several that are flexible, but this is the first keyboard I’ve seen that both lights up and rolls up.
Made from flexible Silicone, The USB Illuminated Roll-Up Keyboard from USBGeek gets its glow from a cool sapphire blue electroluminescent layer.