Joe from the Geek Gear Store over at Etsy is known for coming up with fun computer theme clocks like the NES Circuit Board Clock and the Computer Guy Desk Clock.
First the R2-D2 mailbox and now a Yoda stamp, snail mail isn’t that bad after all. The sad part is that Artoo will be off the streets from October 25.
The Dutch designer Daan Van Tulder has come up with a chess game that allows you to play in the dark. The light is created by a LED situated in each corner of the chess board.
The Japanese Sanrio company is now offering a pair of Hello Kitty Bluetooth Wireless Earbuds. They sell them for 15,750 Yen (about $137 USD), claiming that the earbuds are “great for listening to music, school courses, the TV and while playing video games.” (Via Crave)
Can’t keep your mind off golfing and can’t keep your fingers away from those golf clubs? No problem, just open your desk drawer and take out the Chip Shotz Golf ($20) – a miniature solution to the must-golf-now problem.
I guess the Top 13 Strangest R/C Toys list needs to be updated after having read these wonderful news about the WowWee’s Radio-Controlled Flying Bee.
This colorful lamp lets you create your own geometric light installation with glowing building blocks that can be assembled into dozens of combinations.
The California based Nixon company is celebrating their 10th anniversary this year and continues to release beautiful watches like the Talking Metal Dork and the Block SS.
Since we had the Spider-Man Boombox up a couple of days ago, why not throw in a Superman alternative for those of you who prefer a flying superhero before a web slinging one.
ElmoSapien is the latest free custom personality for WowWee’s Robosapien RS Media robot. In this video, complete with a furry red costume and Elmo’s attitude, watch ElmoSapien interact with other robots and clumsily initiate his plans for world domination.
There’s something about that classic bath duck design – it looks fantastic as a doorstop and it works great as a waterproof FM/AM radio.
Lots of Star Wars news on GeekAlerts this week, I know. But it’s hard not to mention these fun, cute and huggable SD Star Wars Plush ($10) dolls.
If you think the Las Vegas inspired Animated Disco Coaster is too stressful for your eyes, here’s a fun and stylish alternative that will look good to any drink.
The Forbidden Lego book introduces you to the secret type of free-style building that LEGO’s master builders do when no one else is looking.
This will probably come as good news for those who enjoyed the possibilities of turning on and off TVs with the TV-B-Gone remote.
A summary of three Star Wars related news from the last couple of days:
Last Exit To Nowhere – a wonderful collection of movie inspired t-shirt designs. Welcome to Last Exit To Nowhere, home to a collection of unique shirt designs which are inspired and pay homage to some of the most memorable places, corporations and companies in 20th […]
Jabra has created the BT8030 – a pair of headphones that you can unfold into a pair of desktop speakers. You will get 32 hours of music playback in headphone mode, and 26 hours in speaker mode.
Since the Pac-Man Chair is only a prototype so far, this colorful Rubik’s cube hassock will be a great alternative if you want a retro playful piece of furniture to rest your tired legs in.
Do you find it easier to memorize letters rather than digits? The Word Password Combination Lock ($9) lets you choose from thousands of customized combinations, using 3-letter / 1-digit combinations.