The modular dwelling system “Walking House” is capable of moving in speeds of up to 60 meters per hour and it enables persons to “live a peaceful nomadic life, moving slowly through the landscape or cityscape with minimal impact on the environment.” Here’s a video […]
The colorful “Magic Cube” USB 2.0 hub looks like a close cousin to the cylinder hub and it will provide you with four rotatable ports and transfer rates of up to 480 Mbps.
For those of you who enjoyed the LEGO Coasters and the LEGO Salt and Pepper Shakers, here’s a fun and colorful set of cutlery that should be right up your alley.
Techball is the name of this upright version of the classic electronic pinball game. You can play the game from distances of up to 20 feet using the included remote control.
This pocket-friendly device, no more than 12.5cm (4.9in.) in length, features a built-in stereo speaker and it is capable of projecting a 50 inches wide image onto your wall.
This portable widescreen TV from the Japanese Nikkai company features a 7 inches large LCD screen and the possibility to receive both digital and analog TV channels.
This USB-powered foldable computer desk features a built-in speaker system for your laptop or portable audio device and sports two quiet fans to keep your computer cool.
Here’s a fun and geeky complement to the Star Trek Enterprise Bottle Opener we covered a few months ago; a pair of nutcrackers shaped like Spock and Kirk.
Martyr is the name of this creative nightlight designed by the Play Coalition team. The small lamp is designed like to look like someone who’s trying unplug himself from the socket and the product is described as ” the energy saving fundamentalist.” Head over to […]
After having read about the USB Retro Arcade Controller featured here at GeekAlerts last week, Curt emailed us a tips about this cool Atari 2600 USB joystick.
Simply press the nose on Kim, an alarm clock inspired by mid-20th century science fiction, and her eyes light up red as she states the current time with her robot voice.
Remember those Animal USB Laptop Cooling Pads that we wrote about some week ago? A new model designed like a Chinese opera face mask is now available. This Chinese facial USB cooler pad in large air vent design, 3 fans in one, omnidirectional refrigeration system, […]
The London-based Arcade Memories company has released the Optime Strategies Table, a cool alternative to the Arcade Gaming Table we saw earlier this year.
These magnifying glasses, featuring two bright LED lights and four different lens options, are said to be suitable for stamp collectors, sewing, reading, drawing etc.
An illuminating analog alternative to the Talking Dalek Alarm Clock that we covered a couple of months ago is now available for all the Doctor Who sci-fi fans out there.
If you are reading this at you computer you are most likely also aware of the fact that keyboards have a tendency to get quite dirty after a while. The slime-like Cyber Clean is a product that “blots out the muck from every crevice of […]
It’s spy gadget time again. Last week we had the Bluetooth Headset Spycam with LCD Display, this week we’ll take a look at a spy camera hidden inside an ID card.
Brian Kelly, a freelance designer currently living in Philadelphia, has created this beautiful retro-modern laptop case, put together using two panels of plywood.
If your workspace is so cold that you will need to put your hand inside one of these, maybe you consider getting a new job. Meanwhile, a USB mousepad warmer might help to keep the deep hyperthermia at a distance. USB Mousepad Warmer Powered by […]
A new and improved version of the Lubitel 166+ camera has been launched by the Austria-based Lomography company. The new features include a 35mm format and endless panorama format, an improved viewfinder and much more.