Maybe you remember the Flexible Keyboard with Skype Phone and USB Hub that was released back in January. Now you can also get a separate numeric keypad in the same style, made of the same kind of rubberlike material.
Ever wondered what’s on Darth Vaders dark mind these days? Well, judging from this analog wall clock shaped like the arch villains black helmet, the answer is time.
Digital Clock, that’s the simple and descriptive name of this minimalstic and stylish new timepiece from the famous Japanese watch company Seiko.
This USB web camera features a built-in microphone and it can be tilted 180 degrees and rotated 270 degrees – as a bonus, it doubles as a T-Flash/Micro SD card reader.
This radio-controlled car allows you to “paint” its path using a handheld infrared tracker – a feature that brought a lot of attention when the toy was displayed at the Hong Kong Toy Fair earlier this year.
Jeff Davis, an American industrial designer probably most known for his Record Bowls, has now come out with a line of retro inspired jewelry.
The Jumbo Display LED Alarm Clock is a rectangular timepiece where the whole front will show you the current time using white or blue light-emitting diodes.
This leather case fits both the 2G and the 3G model of the iPhone and it is using the environmentally friendly solar power technology to provide your cell phone with some extra juice when the standard battery is running flat.
This officially licensed portable Rock Band drum kit for Xbox 360 is designed to withstand over 1 million strikes and it is playable on virtually any solid surface.
The R2-D2 Whizzwatch time killer/time teller combo allows you to control a mini action figure of the popular Star Wars droid using a special wristwatch IR transmitter.
The Taiwanese company Thunder Tiger has come up with an advanced radio-controlled helicopter for those looking for something more than the average indoor choppers. A built-in USB connector allows you to read warnings and control settings such as throttle curve, pitch curve, servo travel and […]
Ladybug In-Ear Headphones – that’s yesterday’s news. This new line of earbuds also allows you to listen to the music through a couple of ducks, two flies or a pair of pigs. Select from an array of wacky styles, each compatible with devices with a […]
If ultra-slim just isn’t small enough when it comes to your keyboard needs, what could possibly be the next step? The answer is simple: super-tiny, of course.
If you have no need for the extra charger and cash note verifier features that comes with the 3-in-1 Ladybug Card Reader, here’s a small keyring-friendly alternative.
Chris from Chicago, a.k.a. Flickr member nicrosin, is the creator behind this fun and cool looking piece of art named “mechanical aural communication device”.
Ok, it’s time again to add another flash drive to the never ending stream of weird USB memory sticks. Once again, a vegetable inspired model; the cabbage USB flash drive.
Just like yesterday’s Retro USB Microphone, this 4-port USB 2.0 compliant rotary dial phone hub is another fun example of adding retro design to modern day gadgets.
This military green survival tool is small enough to fit in your pocket, but still features six useful tools that might come in handy in case of an emergency situation.
We have seen a couple of these James Bond style spy sunglasses in the past. This new model, however, features the largest built-in memory capacity so far with its 2GB.
A flashlight with massage feature might sound weird, but who knows, maybe that’s just what you will need after having hand-cranked your way to a brighter environment.