We have written about a Hello Kitty Solar Charger for Your Gadgets in the past, but this new model is specifically designed to be used with Apple’s iPhone 4/3G(S) smartphones and their iPod media player.
The famous Japanese watch company Tokyoflash has released a new timepiece in the popular Kisai series. The model is called Light Speed and there’s something TRON-ish about the design, don’t you think? Lunar orange and asteroid blue LEDs are encapsulated within Light Speed’s streamlined case, […]
If you have gotten tired of the Hello Kitty Bluetooth Wireless Earbuds, here’s a new model of in-ear headphones with a design that features the characteristic red bow worn by this popular Japanese bobtail cat.
If a Hello Kitty laptop, keyboard and webcam isn’t enough to satisfy your desire for computer accessories inspired by the popular Japanese Sanrio cat, here’s a little USB desktop robot to keep you company and hopefully get you one step closer to the ultimate Hello […]
Kisai RPM is the name of this new USB rechargeable Tokyoflash LED watch created by James Fursedon from the UK. It was the first concept to become reality from the Design Studio Blog, where fans could choose what ideas they wanted to see created. The […]
Finally candy loving geeks gets a digital camera that can meet up to requirements of a design worthy the company of the Nintendo DS Chocolate Case and the Chocolate Keyboard. According to Fareastgizmos, the tasty camera measures 80 × 8 × 50 mm and has […]
Someone in Japan has come up with the brilliant geeky idea of creating a USB hub and card reader combo with a design that looks like a semi-trailer truck.
Industrial designer SaltyandSweet, who’s a members of the Etsy online marketplace, has created this fin and cool mobile, inspired by the classic Japanese arcade game Pac-Man.
Tokyoflash, the famous Japanese watch importer, has announced yet another futuristic looking timepiece. The new watch is called Kisai Round Trip and it features a case and strap made of polished stainless steel, and a smoked black glass.
The Japanese Tokyoflash company has announced a cool new take on the traditional pocket watch, featuring an dark lens, bright digital tubes and an intuitive new way to view time.
Broke is the name of this new colorful watch from the famous Japanese watch company Tokyoflash. It’s the first timepiece in the Kisai series to be USB rechargeable, “ensuring enhanced brightness and long lasting battery life”.
The latest product from the famous Japanese watch importer Tokyoflash is called Kisai Escape C – it’s a stylish gizmo described as a “revolutionary new Bluetooth fashion accessory”.
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. The G-Bound was recently revealed during the popular annual Tokyo Toy Show. Thanks to its waterproof body and and the four huge […]
This awesome little manga inspired robot has been created by a Japanese person who goes under the nickname Clockwork and who is a true fan of the manga culture and robotics. Check out the video to see this amazing coffee making robot in action: (Video […]
If you enjoy gadgets with a design inspired by a certain kind of bird, like this optical mouse, this radio and these earbuds, then this USB memory should be right up your alley.
The Japanese toy manufacturer Sega, who has brought us home planetariums like the Pure Mini and the Spa, has now released a second edition of the popular HomeStar Pro model.
Say hello to the latest member in the cool looking Tokyflash watch family: Hanko – “a time piece that combines a simple design concept with completely original looks”.
The line of Kisai aluminum LED watches from the Japanese Tokyoflash company has just been upgraded with yet another unique timepiece with a futuristic appearance.
This new and impressive diorama speaker from the Japanese toy manufacturer Bandai has been designed to look like the Ginza district in Tokyo, Japan did back in 1955.
This new vertical alarm clock displays the current time with bright blue LEDs behind a black steel mesh, a design that gives the timepiece somewhat of speaker feeling.