This clever 4-port USB 2.0 hub comes with a winding-feature that takes care of that annoying cable slack you otherwise may get from products like this.
Are you sitting on a smartphone or PDA that lacks a GPS feature? Don’t worry, this smart keychain will solve it – at least as long as you have a Bluetooth-compatible phone or PDA.
This 8-button wireless laser mouse from Filand doubles as a remote control with a range of up to 8 meters (26 feet), suitable for presentations and media.
This handy tool allows the user to make accurate measurements in an old-fashioned style, but with modern digital technology under the hood.
This round mouse pad features four USB 2.0 ports and has its outer border illuminated with a beautiful soft blue light that is created with LEDs.
Do you remember the TV-B-Gone gadget from last year? Now there’s a new similar product out to make life a bit harder for TV viewers near you.
This new spy gadget allows you to search for hidden cameras. It can detect the lens of any wired, wireless or covert camera from up to 50 feet away.
Someone decided to name this 4-port USB 2.0 hub ‘athlete’, although it actually looks more like a briefcase-carrying businessman in a hurry.
We’ve covered quite a few travel-friendly computer mice here at GeekAlerts, but it doesn’t get more portable than the Jellyclick mouse from Designodoubt.
Ok, you won’t be able to check your emails or play games on this computer, but it sure has that must-have feel to it if you are a true computer geek.
These odd, but quite stylish, headphones from Outi will allow you to feel the music in a whole new way by sending out vibrations through your bones.
Here’s a fun and simply way to turn your pool or bathtub into a cool looking “underwater disco ball that also doubles up as a hypnotic indoor mood light”, using waterproof five colored LEDs.
This Simpsons inspired webcam comes in the shape of Charles Montgomery Burns himself, the owner of the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant.
USB aroma gadgets is nothing new, like the Illuminated USB Fragrance Oil Burner, but a radio / speaker doing the same thing is something new.
Do you remember the PC Cases for Drummers? The same company, Spotswood Custom Computers, Inc., today introduced the L-24, an enthusiast-oriented PC case. The twenty four-inch diameter by eighteen-inch deep case is large enough to hold three triple-fan water-cooling radiators, extra long graphics cards, a […]
The ZFlyer Hand Command R/C toy features an innovative and unique control system, where you use your body to lead the way for the flying astronaut. Hovering just above the ground in normal flight, when you place your hand underneath him, he’ll follow your lead […]
Some of you might remember that we had a Happy Birthday, LEGO post at GeekAlerts back in November, when the Danish company turned 75. Today it’s 50 years ago since the modern LEGO brick was patented. Over 400 billion of these interlocking bricks have been […]
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Here we have another pair of cool cufflinks that would fit nicely in a longer version of the 10 Beautiful Geek Cufflinks post here at GeekAlerts.
This “Skype friendly” computer mouse comes with a built-in speaker on the right side of the mouse, and a microphone sticking up on the left side.