This desktop gadget combines a tape dispenser with a USB 2.0 compliant 4-port hub, where the one located in the front be rotated 90 degrees.
The first detailed review ever of WowWee’s Femisapien robot (see previous sneak peek videos) is now online. Check out the video from RobotsRule:
No, not the American industrial rock band – “Nailed”, created by the Dutch design-label Plankton, is a USB memory that looks like a nine inch nail.
This jumbo size remote control is almost one foot long and equipped with 22.2mm square buttons. It’s practically indestructible and said to have “all the bells and whistles one would expect from a high end remote”.
The Japanese toy manufacturer Tomy has released an updated transparent plastic version of their popular radio-controlled R2-D2 mini action figure.
This shell-shaped speaker is powered by USB and connects to MP3 players, PDAs and other digital products using a standard 3.5mm stereo audio plug.
Hardcore fans of The Simpsons now gets a chance to decorate their computer screens with a mini-bulb strand that consists of nine little Homers, all powered via USB.
This 4-in-1 USB 2.0 webcam features – apart from the web camera functionality – a fan for hot summer days, a microphone and a LED light.
This cute baby panda USB flash drive is small enough to hang on a keyring, but powerful enough to carry up to 4GB of your most important files.
This 1-LED light is safely attached to a black aluminum snap hook and features three light modes: Bright Light, Dim Light and Flashing Light.
The hoverbaord from the movie “Back to the Future II” is like the Star Wars lightsabers in a way – it’s one of those props that you so much want(ed) to become reality one of these days.
It’s that time of year when we can expect to see a lot of new fun and weird fans popping up. Yesterday we had the Solar Mini Clip Fan, and today, this alarm clock model.
This USB 2.0 compliant hub comes with four ports that can be rotated 270 degree, making it easier to connect stuff to it and allowing you to fold it together to a handy package if you want to bring it along.
This interactive table, created by the Australian Lightwell company, is currently at display at the Australian Museum as part of the “Surviving Australia” exhibition. It features interactive screen applications and atmospheric/informative video programs to let the visitors explore some of Australia’s most dangerous animals. Here’s […]
This seems to be the day of mini gadgets – first the Solar Mini Clip Fan, then the USB Mini Gamepad, and now this cute little USB mini penguin speaker.
Here’s a handy USB computer accessory that is easy to bring along during travel, when you want to be able to play your games using a gamepad.
This clip-on fan will help you to keep cool during the hot summer days. It’s all solar powered, so you don’t have to worry about dead batteries.
The Japanese video game developer Taito is giving you a chance to light up your room in a way that would even make Fox Mulder jealous, using a flying UFO inspired radio-controlled lamp.
The “Daily System” whiteboard from Pottery Barn is equipped with an iPod dock, allowing you to play music through the board’s integrated speakers and charge the player at the same time. It is also possible to charge laptops, cell phones, PDAs and other devices.
The Santok SP500 is the first visor mounted speakerphone to feature caller ID that automatically synchronises with the contacts list in the phone it’s being used with, displaying the caller’s name instead of just their number.