G-Bound is the name of this new amphibious remote-controlled car by the Japanese company CCP, a sub-brand to the large toy manufacturer Bandai.
This bag will keep your lunch box at a steady 50 degrees using its built-in warmer pad. It can be powered using a USB port or a regular 12V cigarette lighter socket.
With this cool DYI solar robot kit you will get six types different robots for the price of one.
Here is the latest addition to the steadily growing stream of James Bond inspired spycam gadgets: a keychain spy video camera with built-in 2GB flash memory.
The new in-car power splitter with USB ports from mobile phone accessory market leaders Santok offers multiple charging and power solutions for mobile phones and gadgets.
This tiny racing car on a keychain is equipped with two solar powered features – a LED flashlight in the front and a counterfeit money detecting UV light in the back.
The GPS Pal holds any brand of GPS in your vehicle’s cup holder for quicker access and unobstructed windshield visibility – making “getting directions easier and driving safer”.
Fans of car-shaped USB mice, flash drives and card readers can now expand their collections with a 4-port USB (1.1 only) hub inspired by the classic Beetle.
The Japanese R/C model car company KYOSHO is about to release the dNaNo series in USA and Europe. These micro cars are super realistic 1:43 scale replicas and they’ve got the same level of details as the Die-cast models do.
This handy power inverter, cleverly designed like a coffee cup to fit nicely in your car’s cup holder, coverts the DC power from your vehicle into two 120-volt AC outlets.
According to the description for this eBay auction, a doctor in California took a 1973 GT Opel and converted it into a Batmobile to bring to the hospital for kids.
For those of you who enjoyed the Estilo GT Bluetooth mouse that we covered a couple of months ago, here’s a new “muscle car” version that should be right up your alley.
Maybe you remember the USB Hub and Charger for Cars, featuring four USB ports and one cigarette socket. This new model turns the notion – giving you three cigarette sockets, but only one USB port.
This radio-controlled car features a built-in digital video camera that transmits a live feed to the controller and its 2.4-inch color TFT LCD video monitor. And to top it enough, they have also managed to squeeze in an interactive laser game.
For those of you who enjoyed that shiny 2GB Formula One USB memory from last month, here’s a nice red alternative with four times the storage capacity.
If you like those car inspired USB flash drives that are popping up every now and then, you might also want to take a closer look at this new 16-in-1 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.
If the V8 Alarm Clock that we covered back in January isn’t good enough to get you started in the morning, maybe this new model from Chaney Instrument Company is.
Two guys from the Czech Republic, 18 year old Josef Průša and his brother, has come up with a cool way to control an R/C car using the iPhone and its built-in accelerometer.
We’ve seen a of couple of these car-shaped USB memories before, like the Lamborghini one, but the storage capacity has always been quite bad. This new Beetle-style version, however, is a bit better with its 8GB flash drive.