This portable device from Wayfinder features all those things you won’t find on a traditional compass, that also includes the higher price tag.
Look at R2-D2, after having served as a webcam and other glamourous products, the poor little droid now has become a punching bag. (Via StarWars.com)
The Japanese (of course) company NEC has announced its LaVie G, a Hello Kitty inspired PC covered with precision-cut Swarovski crystals.
Maybe you remember the Hokey Spokes and the SpokePOV DIY kit. Now there’s a new bicycle LED spokes gadget out on the market – it’s called Lex.
I guess you don’t want to take this backpack out when it’s raining. Or maybe that’s exactly what you should do, and then get a bunch of them for free. Take Gizmo with you everywhere you go with this Plush Gizmo Back Pack. The straps […]
Those weird USB combos just keep coming. It makes me think about what Jerry Seinfeld said when speaking about Biathlon in one of his stand-up acts:
With the chrome Calculator Belt Buckle ($10) from BeWild.com you will never again struggle with complex math problems. Flip it upside down for easy use. (Via Nerd Approved)
Kick off your shoes and relax…your arms feel heavy, so do your legs. The Zen Dolphin simulates a bottlenose dolphin’s smooth motion as it swims effortlessly, awash in a calming sea of blue light and accompanied by soothing natural ocean and dolphin sounds…zzzz…
Prickie is a site offering wonderful geek button badges designed by a wide range of talented artists. The biggest problem is what to choose, there are currently over 15,000 badges available. Priced at $2.99 a pop with large purchase discounts. Shipping worldwide. (ChipChick via Pocket-lint)
Just like those popular wrist watches that we’ve seen from Kerala and others, you can now get a clock with the same kind of binary time display.
Mr BeauJangles, a UK silver jeweler currently living in Dubai (apparently, not everything is made of gold over there), has created a couple of nice looking Atari inspired cufflinks.
Ion are known for their USB supported turntables and has now come up with a new version featuring an iPod dock for easy use.
Maybe you remember the Bionic Ear that we covered last month. Now the same retailer has announced yet another spying gadget.
Weird USB drives is nothing unusual, you see them every week, but this has got to be the weirdest looking ones in quite a while.
This beautiful clock allows you to use your digital photos as a backdrop to the time and date. It features a 3.5-inch LCD screen with 320×240 resolution, where you can choose to display the time in a digital or analog way.
Freecom’s MusicPal is a wireless MP3 player that also plays internet radio without the use of a computer. On top of that, it’s possible to subscribe to RSS feeds and read them on the display.
What better way to hang your Halloween costume to dry than using these awesome bat-shaped clothes-pegs from Art.Lebedev Studio?
After having been used as both a chandelier and a telephone, it is now time to let the classic spaceship show the world that it can be of good use to those who play golf – just as Star Wars showed us not long ago.
This 1GB USB drive is shaped like a wine bottle and delivered filled with things for the wine lover, like the Open Cellar software to manage your wine cellar.
Luau is the name of this beautiful and robust portable egg-shaped lamp that works just as fine outdoors as it does indoors.