You’re wearing the Superman Cufflinks, the Superman Pen is in the breast pocket, and when the day is over the shirt is back on the Superman Hanger.
How about a Football Simulator ($60) to add to the golf, surfing and jet ski ones? Same idea; plug it directly into a television, and you’re away.
This spy device acts as a bionic ear, allowing you hear faint sounds up to 20-30 meters (66-98 feet) away, and loud sounds at 100 meters (328 feet) with the included stereo headphones.
The Magic Sensor Clock ($11) features a built-in multicolored light and a display that shows information about time, date, week and temperature.
The light-weight Da Gennaro oven features a characteristic design and allows you to prepare pizzas and other dishes just like in a wood-burning oven.
The California based Greenlight Concepts company creates retro-modern lighting fixtures using glass lenses recycled from discarded traffic lights.
The 45 iPod Cases web site offers a wide selection of cases made from cassette tapes, built to fit your 1st and 2nd generation iPod Nano.
The MB 1000 is currently the world’s smallest touchscreen watch phone.
Unfortunately there isn’t much information available about this product from A1Pro, but the name sure sounds interesting: USB/PS2 Black Keyboard with Handwritten Identity Feature. Let’s hope it means that the touch pad-loking part of the keyboard allows you to write in a stylus way and […]
The Death Star Home Theater will even make Gigli a great film…well, almost. Three separate rooms, one starfield, and a life-sized Han Solo are just a few of the things that help two super “Star Wars” fans get their geek on in this theater. (Update: […]
Just like the Sunrise Serenade will this alarm clock try wake you up in a slow and calm way with a gently illuminating light.
This retro looking Bluetooth Mini Phone ($70) “necklace” pairs up with your cell phone. When your standard phone rings, you can answer the call by picking up the tiny one and pressing the call button.
This official Tomy/Takara i-SOBOT video shows the tiny talented humanoid robot doing flips, talking, and gives a brief overview of several of its features: In other i-SOBOT news the official i-SOBOT web site now has some of the Japanese web pages up; still waiting on […]
The Sky watch is yet another example of a beautiful product from the company that brought us the stylish Joystick and Mini-Dolmen radios.
The UK consumer electronics company Pure Digital has announced a new and improved version of their Chronos alarm clock.
AirLuce is a new series of five lamps – four chandeliers and one floor lamp – created by the Japanese company Tranlogue Associates. They all use LED as a light source and a material that consists of a surface-emitting acrylic board, enabling the entire surface […]
MP4 Watch II was released not that long ago, featuring a 1.8 inch large display. Now yet another watch with the same screen size has been released.
Surf’s up – web surfing that is. These two Hawaiian inspired computer mice is deigned by Pat Says Now – a Swiss manufacturer of individual computer mice.
The beautiful Ana-Digi watch series from Fossil that was featured here at GeekAlerts a while ago has now been updated wih a new model.
The German designer Franziska Faoro is one of the finalists for BraunPrize 2007 with her Triops concept – a robust digital camera equipped with three protected fisheye lenses.