Just like R2-D2, the Dalek cyborg from Doctor Who have also has its fair share of moonlighting gigs, e.g. as an alarm clock, coasters and now as a keychain flashlight.
Just in time for the new “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows” movie, the light source that every hobby wizard have always dreamt about is here; the wand activated LED candle.
If you read the Wireless LED Christmas Tree Balls with Remote post here at GeekAlerts, you probably also remember the problem with the separate battery pack. With these new dimmable Christmas tree LED candles, each studded by hand with sparkling Swarovski crystals, you won’t have […]
This 60x magnifying microscope is equipped with a 2-LED light and connects to your iPhone 4. One of the light-emitting diodes is a “note detector LED for watching the water mark of the paper note”, which presumably means it’s possible to use it to detect […]
FlexIt is a LED task light with an ultra-thin and super flexible silicone body that allows users to bend, fold or stick the product around objects to position and aim the light as desired.
Here’s a chance to decorate you Christmas tree with ornaments featuring mouth-blown milk glass figurines that lit up using LED’s – all without any cables whatsoever. One small thing though; each light need its own battery.
if you liked the previous LEGO products with built-in light-emitting diodes, here’s another playful and colorful LED product inspired by those classic Danish plastic building bricks.
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 Influx LED watch is described as a “Japanese inspired” timepiece, which might seem to be a bit too true if you compare the product with the classic Geomesh Tokyoflash Watch.
This cool looking flashlight features a design inspired by an old camera. It’s sall enough to hang on a keychain and it gets its light from a bright white light-emitting diode.
This waterproof LED flashlight comes with a nice bonus feature; it’s capable of recording video in a 640 x 480 pixel AVI format and store the material onto the built-in 4GB memory.
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”.
An official series of LEGO products with built-in light-emitting diodes has now been released. Right now there are two different items to choose from, and hopefully more to come: the 2×2 Brick LED Light and the Giant LEGO Man Dynamo 2-LED Torch.
This handy little weather station – measuring only 3.5 x 1.5 x 0.75 inches – is small enough to hang on a keychain, but still capable of displaying a lot of information about the current weather status.
This colorful set of egg inspired decoration lights will pimp up your Easter party using light-emitting diodes and the power from the USB post on your computer.
This new easy to use LED projector comes with an integrated DVD player, built-in stereo speakers and the capability to project an image up to 50 inches large on your wall.
This USB powered desk lamp allows you to turn the 12 bright light-emitting diodes on and off from up to 10 meters away, using only your voice.
This highly durable aluminum LED flashlight allows you to record both audio and video. The recorded material is stored in AVI format on the built-in 4GB memory and can easily be transfered to another device via USB.
Here’s a little something that will look great on your bedside table next to the Escape Button Alarm Clock – a LED light that is shaped like the Ctrl button on a keyboard.