Someone came up with the brilliant idea of using the classic Space Invaders video game as a source of inspiration when creating a snow sculpture.
The Japanese company Victor has announced the launch of its SP-A440, a small cube-shaped 2-channel speaker.
The Japanese company Sanwa has announced a series of keyboards where you have the option to navigate using a laptop style touchpad instead of the traditional computer mouse.
The Japanese Fujitsu company introduces the F705i, a 3G mobile phone that is said to be the world’s thinnest with its impressive 13.7mm in thickness.
Tokyoflash has announced the Tibida, a watch “combining functional design engineering with LED technology presented in a range of bold colors”.
The Japanese watch importer Tokyoflash will soon release yet another new limited model in the popular and stylish Pimp line.
Crazy about Hello Kitty gadgets like the robot, mobile phone, digital camera, and the Swarovski PC? Now you can add a vacuum cleaner to your wishlist.
Toyota has unveiled today two new robots today, a “Mobility Robot” and a “Violin-playing Robot” – both developed to support people’s everyday life.
Here’s a neat way to dress up in a manner that allows you show the rest of the world your love for this classic Japanese 80s arcade video game.
The people over at the Japanese watch importer Tokyoflash doesn’t seem to slow down just because they’ve released the Oberon a couple of days ago.
The Japanese watch importer Tokyoflash has just released yet another unique and stylish timepiece. This time it’s a black LED watch.
Pirkus-R Type-01 DX, from the Japanese Robot Labs company, is a new humanoid with quite an amazing face recognition feature.
While waiting for that cool Superman Hanger (due to be released in 2008), here’s another neat airborne hanger to spice up your wardrobe.
The Japanese (of course) company NEC has announced its LaVie G, a Hello Kitty inspired PC covered with precision-cut Swarovski crystals.
Instead of going for yet another one of those attempts of putting a calculator inside a computer mouse, like Ezkey, Sanwa, and others have tried, the Japanse company Takumi decided to try something different by designing a calculator like a keypad.
At the end of next month the Japanese Sanrio company will start selling a 5 megapixel digital camera, shaped like the head of Hello Kitty.
Tokyoflash Japan has updated their cool looking Pimp LED watches series with three new designs under the name Pimp.
The Japanese toy manufacturer Tomy has created a follow-up to their Walkiebits, a dancing miniature robot turtle released in 2005.
As always, you know it is going to be a unique and hard to read watch when you see that it’s a new product from Tokyoflash.
Say hello to the iStone – an iPod dock in a stone, manufactured by the Japanese Brand Incubator Ltd’s company.