This radio-controlled, zero gravity, mini racing car is introduced as “the next generation of upside down-driving vehicles” – a smaller version of those wall-climbing R/C toys you might have come across before.
If you don’t want to use two Spider-Man cell phone holders next to each other, here’s a clever 2-in-1 solution that will hold your cell phone, GPS, PDA and other handheld devices in place on the windshield of your car.
This tiny solar “racing” car, the smallest one in the world with its 33 x 22 x 14 mm in size, requires no batteries whatsoever. You only need to take it out in the sunlight or close to a strong artificial light source to get […]
This 4-port USB hub sits in your car’s cigarette lighter and allows you to connect and charge your MP3 player, GPS, PSP, Nintendo DS or cell phone – all without having to sacrifice the actual lighter function.
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.
Fans of the 80s action adventure television series “The A-Team” can now get their hands on a radio-controlled model of the vehicle used by Hannibal, B. A. Baracus and the rest of the crew.
If you’re looking for a non-wireless alternative to last week’s Estilo GT Bluetooth mouse, this 800dpi Super GT model might be just the ticket.
The ScanGauge II Automotive Computer is an easy to install car device that will provide you with a set of digital gauges, a comprehensive trip computer, and an engine trouble code scan tool.
The Estilo GT Bluetooth mouse is equipped with two LED headlights that lights up when the mouse is plugged in (this feature can be switched off).
This yellow rechargeable radio-controlled Hummer H3, officially licensed by General Motors, is a perfect scale 1:20 model of the luxurious SUV.
The Japanese toy manufacturer Tomy today announced the debut of an innovative “sensor” technology for its forthcoming AI Tech Racing brand, featuring the ability to detect and avoid obstacles, and negotiate turns and corners without input from the user.
This Spider-Man inspired universal holder for your car, available in both the original red Spidey style and the black one from the Spider-Man 3 movie, will hold your cell phone or PDA in place while you focus on the driving.
These officially licensed Lamborghini USB memory sticks features 1GB of storage space and headlights that light up when you connect the car to your computer’s USB port.
Don’t ask me why, since all cars already have a clock, but now you can get a car-apapted 12V version of those popular digital projector clocks.
This car-shaped optical mouse might not be the most comfortable of pointing devices, but it can be a fun computer accessory for the true car lover.
This handy speakerphone allows you to enjoy the freedom of the wireless Bluetooth technology in your car, without having to think about boring or expensive installations.
This nice looking radio-controlled mini car is a perfect scale 1:43 model of the Mini Cooper S Convertible that was introduced by BMW at the Geneva Motor Show in 2005.
A little something for all the fans of pink and retro: the portable Studebaker stereo. It features a CD player, AM/FM radio, cassette player and a design that gives a “hint of that old Studebaker grill”.
This Bluetooth adapter is designed like an old cassette tape and connects with mobile phones, MP3 players, PCs, PDAs and other devices that support the wireless Bluetooth technology.
The original Batmobile from the 1989 Batman movie, staring Michael Keaton and Jack Nicholson, is now for sale at eBay. The starting bid is $500,000.