Here’s a fun and cool way to decorate and light up your office or home desk in a retro modern way, using neon signs that are powered by USB.
This green and white USB Skype VoIP phone features a built-in audio speaker, a microphone, and a full numeric keypad for speed-dial and SkypeOut callng.
Pat Says Now, a Swiss manufacturer of individual computer mice, has released this small optical USB mouse with a colorful butterfly portrayed at the top.
No one seems to know if this USB 2.0 compliant Bluetooth dongle from USB Fever really is the world’s smallest one, but it sure is tiny.
Tachikoma is the name of this blue little robot from the Japanese Bandai company. It will not only look cool on your desk, it can be quite helpful too. After having connected the four-legged robot to your computer’s USB port, Tachikoma will be able to […]
For all you love birds out there, now you can get a cute “love version” of the yellow Bath Duck Radio that we covered back in September last year.
The Japanese Segatoys company has released the HomeStar Pure – a new and more affordable version of their successful HomeStar home planetarium.
This black GSM cell phone watch features a 1.3-inch touchscreen display, a 1.3MP digital camera, MP3/MP4 playback, 2GB microSD card support, and Bluetooth connectivity.
The design of this radio controlled flying prehistoric creatures is inspired by ITV’s Primeval – a British science fiction drama television programme.
Symbio Design has come up with a pair of speakers that can be mounted in a wide variety of ways. You can use them as standard stereo speakers, or pair them with other Symbio products and use it as a 5.1 home theater setup.
This small retro style gadget features a radio, an alarm function, a countdown timer, and a display that will provide you with information about the current time, date, temperature and humidity.
Pixelparty, the Etsy member who did the cool Ms. Pac-Man Hairpins, has now created a wonderful wooden Pac-Man ghost wall decoration.
This products works just like the Mouse Speaker we covered earlier today – simply connect it your desired audio source using a 3.5mm stereo audio jack.
We have seen some strange flying radio controlled toys before, like the Vampire Bat and the Bee, but this bug is probably the weirdest one so far.
This tiny mouse (no, it’s not a computer mouse) connects to your iPod, CD, PDA, computer, or other product using a 3.5mm stereo audio jack.
Here’s a great way to save some space on your desk. This black laptop stand comes with a built-in 4-port USB 2.0 hub and a pair of stereo speakers.
If Donkey Kong is your thing, and you don’t need the 45 extra games that comes with with this other arcade gaming table, this might be just the ticket.
The Fashionation company has a line of small and inexpensive cube and pyramid shaped 3.25-inch speakers. They are made from recycled materials and requires no batteries whatsoever to run.
This silver ballpoint pen works an a USB drive and allows you to secretly – if the size of the pen won’t blow your cover, that is – record video in AVI format.
For those of you who liked the V8 Alarm Clock, here comes another car inspired timepiece – an analog alarm clock shaped like a steering wheel.