Star Wars fans will soon be available to communicate with each other using a pair of digital watches featuring quite a cheap looking clone trooper soldier style.
If you enjoyed those Ladybug In-Ear Headphones that we covered here at GeekAlerts last year, this Bluetooth headset in the same style should be right up your alley.
This plush monkey will not only allow you to chat with your friends using the built-in web camera, he will also take care of your pens, ruler and and other desktop items.
Yet another fun and cool item for the fans of modern retro gadgets – an old school styled phone receiver that you can use for your modern-day VoIP calls.
The new BTHS600 Bluetooth stereo headset from the mobile accessory distributor Santok features Hi-Fi sound quality and can be used with Bluetooth enabled mobile phones, MP3 players or computers for handsfree communication or listening to music.
This high quality digitized mic is described by the manufacturer as “the smallest, high-sensitivity USB microphone available” with its 1.5 X 1.0 X .25 inches in size.
If you have a thing for gadgets that looks like giraffes, like that iPals plush iPod speaker that we covered last year, here’s a web camera that should be right up your alley.
If you’re a fan of the popular Japanese Sanrio cat, and maybe even a happy owner of the Hello Kitty digital camera, this USB web camera should be right up your alley.
If you are a part of the small group of people still using landline phones, and you want something that stands out from the crowd, this violin model might be just the ticket. The mahogany-colored phone measures 3 x 3 x 4 1/2 inches when […]
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.
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”.
If you don’t mind using a wire for your computer mic, here’s a radio inspired alternative to the Retro Wireless USB Microphone that we covered last month.
If you don’t want to go for those combo cams that features fans, lamps and all kinds of stuff, here’s a small model that only does what a web camera is supposed to do.
This beautiful retro inspired USB microphone uses radio-frequency identification to allow you to wirelessly use the mic from a distance of up to three meters away from the USB port it’s currently connected to.
Remember those cool Tie Fighter Speakers from last year? Soon you will be able to match them up with a web camera shaped like the Twin Ion Engine Star Wars craft.
Remember that fun Japanese USB Mirror Webcam from Thanko that we wrote about last year? The product, which previously was hard to get outside of Japan, is now available with worldwide shipping from the USB Brando website.
Do you sometimes feel a bit awkward talking in a tiny headset? Feeling those eyes starring at you – thinking you’re some kind of lunatic talking to himself. Fear not, for the hair dryer headset is here.
These handy two-way walkie talkies are powered by a wind-up mechanism, making them environmentally friendly and saving you both the cost and hassle of buying batteries.
This 4-in-1 USB 2.0 webcam features – apart from the web camera functionality – a fan for hot summer days, a microphone and a LED light.
Cell Ranger is a USB powered device that will give 2-3 bars extra signal for any cell phone or 3G data card. Simply plug the signal booster into your computer’s USB port, place the antenna near a window, and start enjoying your new and improved […]