The Japanese company Buffalo has released a limited edition of USB drives that looks like Ultraman – the fictional character that featured in a Japanese superhero TV series back in the 1960s.
I’m quite happy with my current Belkin hub/dock, but anyone of these two cool Star Wars USB hubs would be more than welcome in case of a switch. Both hubs, one in the shape of R2-D2 and one Darth Vader bust, will light up their […]
This new Hello Kitty TV, available in white and pink or black and red, was recently announced by the Japanese electronics manufacturer Uniden.
ACM-R5 is the name of this awesome, and quite scary, amphibious robot snake – developed by the people at the Hirose Fukushima Lab in Japan.
Sega Toys, the Japanese company that has brought us the HomeStar home planetariums, has now released a bathroom version called HomeStar Spa.
These cool looking Space Invaders keychains from the Japanese video game developer Taito are made of crystal clear acrylic, each one with a colorful pixel invader captured inside.
The Japanese watch importer Tokyoflash has announced two new amazing timepieces – Scramble and Progression, both from the Nekura company.
Infection is the name of a new beautiful watch from the Japanese watch importer Tokyoflash. The timepiece features a unique pulsating three color LED display – once again with the characteristic hard-to-tell-the-time look.
“Don’t talk with your mouth full” – maybe that’s what inspired Japanese designer Ikuko Nakazawa to come up with this nice set of porcelain plates.
This little desktop gadget companion flashes on and off and plays the Super Mario Brothers music with a simple push of a button on the back and the star.
Last week we saw our favorite tin can astromech droid R2-D2 in the shape of a belt buckle. This week they have turned him and his red cousin R2-D1 into a nice pair of desktop speakers.
The popular HomeStar Pure home planetarium from the Japanese Sega Toys company is now also available in a mini version.
If the 6x iPhone Telescope that we covered a couple of months ago isn’t enough to take your mobiles photos where you want, maybe this one will.
Remember those fun and cool Star Wars Golf Club Covers from last year? Now you can extend your gear with some new Star Wars-themed golf accessories.
Crazy about Hello Kitty gadgets and on the lookout something über cute to wake you up in the morning? You can stop looking now.
A great performance of the song “Smoky Bubbles” by Denki Groove, a Japanese techno-pop group, using a jailbroken iPod Touch 1.1.2 with third-party applications such as Pocket Guitar and BeatPhone:
As a celebration of the 25th anniversary of the G-Shock watches, Casio is releasing a new series of timepieces under the name Glorious Gold.
ITX21-5014, that is the name of this brand new stylish model in the Citizen Independent watch collection, soon to be available from the famous Japanese watch importer Tokyoflash.
Tachikoma is the name of this blue little robot from the Japanese Bandai company. It will not only look cool on your desk, it can be quite helpful too.
The Japanese Segatoys company has released the HomeStar Pure – a new and more affordable version of their successful HomeStar home planetarium.