Audio gear maker Bose is showing off their latest in car audio systems, the high-end Bose Media System.
It features 5.1-channel surround sound, an AM/FM/XM radio, a multi-format CD/DVD player, navigation and on board music server among other things.
This USB robot web cam bears more than a passing resemblance to Honda’s famous little humanoid robot, Asimo.
Unlike Asimo, however, the USB Robot Cam has white LED eyes and red LED ears that illuminate when the lights go down.
Japanese toy and electronics maker TakaraTomy is now offering this set of crazy USB gadgets that will make your desktop look like some sort of top secret military base.
Start off with the Big Red Emergency Button (¥3990/$34 USD), which looks pretty ominous, but merely shuts down your Windows PC.
Like the idea of a portable media player, but want to bring your entire collection of music AND videos on the road? Most players top out around 60 to 80GB of storage, which isn’t enough for a tremendous amount of video content.
Enter the Wolverine ESP 5160, a media player that packs a gigantic 160GB hard drive in a portable package.
Olympus is showing off this new tabletop radio design that integrates a 37GB hard drive to store up to 2500 hours of MP3 and WMA audio files. The Radio Server VJ-10 features an easy-to-read 3.9-inch backlit LCD screen for viewing track, title, and radio station information.
You can upload tunes to the player via the radio’s USB port, can also use it as an external storage device for other files (though I’m not sure why you’d need to do that.)
While plenty of computer mice have gone wireless these days, there’s still nothing quite like the responsiveness and ease of use of corded mice. This new mouse is just 8mm thick and features a unique retractable USB cable for easy travel.
The Buffalo BOMU-RHW01 mouse also has a couple of other cool tricks up its sleeve.
Here’s an odd one from Hong Kong importer Brando. It’s an external hard disk enclosure that looks exactly like an internal hard drive.
The drive enclosure is literally a large mock version of a hard drive that you can place any 2.5-inch
Flat panel speakers using NXT technology aren’t anything new, but these new speakers from TDK distinguish themselves by being so small and slim that you can slip them into your pocket.
These TDK Xa-10 flat speakers measure just 3.15″
Here’s another fun product for all you Nintendo fanboys and girls. These Dot Design 2 Super Mario Brothers computer mice from Banpresto features popular bitmap characters from the popular game series.
The mice come in two designs, one featuring Mario, and the other featuring a familiar Star shape.
If your laptop does nothing but stink up the place, you might want to pick up one of these fragranced USB sticks for your computer.
Joining the ranks of other frivolous fragrance generators such as the one that makes your music smell and scented cell phones is this aromatic USB gadget.
Didn’t think you could maintain that deep, dark, tropical tan during these cold winter days? Well thanks to this handy USB gadget, you can keep that (un)healthy glow all year long.
ThinkGeek’s USB Desktop Tanning Center lets you roast your epidermis to three shades of tan, ranging from Starbucks Vanilla Latte to Ooompa Loompa.
If you have a tendency to slouch when working at your computer like I sometimes do, you might want to think about this little gadget that’s been around in Hong Kong for a while, but just now hitting our shore thanks to Chinese gadget exporter, Brando.
The Visomate is a little LED device that plugs into your USB port and keeps watch on the position of your
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″
What happens when you combine a computer mouse and a cup of ‘joe? 2nd degree burns? Nope. You get the Mug Mouse, a conceptual design that’s meant to make you slow down when using your computer.
Simply fill the cup with coffee, then plug it into your USB port (or is it the other way around?)
MP3 players keep getting smaller and smaller, and soon you’ll be able to pick up a new credit card sized MP3 player that’s so thin, it can fit in your wallet.
The Wallet MP3 Player from Walletex is just a little bit thicker than a credit card.
In my never-ending quest to eliminate all wires, cords and other unsightly appendages from my life, I’m pleased to hear that Creative has revealed a new set of high-quality wireless headphones, designed to transmit audio using Bluetooth technology.
Creative’s SE2300 Bluetooth Wireless Headphones can work from up to 10 meters away from the transmitter.