The radio-controlled mini helicopter Draganflyer X6 is designed to carry wireless video cameras and still cameras. A pair of glasses lets you see the same thing as the chopper in the air, while you are standing on the ground with the handheld controller.
Earlier this month we saw the Shiny R/C Dalek and now fans of the British 60s sci-fi TV series “Doctor Who” can wake up with an alarm clock version of the Skaro habitant.
The Japanese company Marubeni InfoTech has released a beautiful line of wooden USB drives that looks like animals – kind of like a playful version of those “realistic” looking Animal USB Drives that we saw earlier this year.
Just like many of the new USB hub designs, the same thing goes for the USB-powered fans; there is still nothing indicating that the ideas for new and even weirder combos and designs would be slowing down.
This little envelope style computer accessory connetcs to your computer’s USB port and will then alert you of any new incoming emails by illuminating in blue, red or green.
If you don’t like the thought of wasting your energy with a wind-up LED light during your camping trips, here’s a battery-powered alternative that might be just the ticket.
The Japanese watch importer Tokyoflash has announced yet another cool looking timepiece for those of you who can’t get enough of these hard-to-read-watches.
Remember that homemade USB drive created from a decapitated teddy bear that was all over the blogs a couple of years ago? Something very similar is now available for purchase through the USB Geek website.
This Batman “The Dark Knight” themed alarm clock radio features an AM/FM tuner and will also give you the chance to project the famous Bat-signal onto your wall or ceiling. Batman Alarm Clock Radio with Bat-Signal 12/24 Hour Mode Display Time Display Calendar (month,date, day) […]
This impressive LED clock, created by the Dutch designer Peter van der Jagt, will show you the current time, day and date using 1500 red light-emitting diodes.
If you enjoyed the Koala Bear and Baby Panda USB gizmos, maybe this new cute-until-you-rip-the-head-off monkey SDHC card reader will be right up your alley.
Fans of the Star Wars saga can now light up their workspace using the weapon of a Jedi. The 13 inches tall desktop lamp, designed like a lightsaber, is charged via USB.
Drive, stick, key – there are many names for these USB storing devices. They probably had the later name in mind when they came up with the design for the colorful and key-shaped 4GB Aexea KeyXpress Flash Drive.
After having seen the design of this classic spaceship as a source of inspiration for a chandelier, a telephone a putter and bottle opener, we’re finally about to see it as the one thing many have been waiting for; a radio-controlled version of the Star […]
You might have heard about the Folderix USB flash drive from Art Lebedev, the team behind the Optimus Maximus keyboard, when it was still just at the concept stage.
One of the problems with the Darth Vader MP3 Player from last month was the small storage capacity. This new portable Star Wars: The Clone Wars audio device is at least a little bit better, although it’s far from great, with its built-in 1GB memory.
Looking for something handy when planning for your next web project? Or maybe you just want a nice set of magnets to give your fridge a fun and geeky Mac touch?
For those of you who like navigating your computer using fun and weird pointing devices, here are two mice that might be right up your alley.
WowWee’s first female robot ever, Femisapien, is now available for purchase for $99.99 USD. She’s been spotted for sale at Amazon.com, Target and WowWee’s online store. About the Femisapien, also known as E.M.A. the Kissing Robot: Sophisticated and independent, her advanced design and AI allow […]
The BTM-318 stereo headset does not only allow you to take calls using the wireless Bluetooth technology, it also gives you the opportunity to listen to FM radio or to stream music from your cell phone.