With the steadily growing stream of eco-friendly gadgets, it was only a matter of time before the good ol’ wind-up mechanism should find its way into the remote controls.
This interactive table, created by the Australian Lightwell company, is currently at display at the Australian Museum as part of the “Surviving Australia” exhibition. It features interactive screen applications and atmospheric/informative video programs to let the visitors explore some of Australia’s most dangerous animals. Here’s […]
Due to popular demand for a previous cellphone watch, Chinavasion has now got their hands on a limited edition of an improved model with better features, including a cleaner look and a higher resolution camera. Get the new Special Edition cell phone watch and always […]
The Falcon MVIX uses Ethernet or WiFi to transfer the media files from a computer and bring them wirelessly to a TV anywhere in your home.
This multimedia watch can play video and music files, and it comes with a Bluetooth headset with an operation range of up to 10 meters (33 feet).
If you sometimes feel that one scroll wheel and two buttons just isn’t enough for a computer mouse, this product will probably be right up your alley.
Yet another wristwatch with a built-in mobile phone and lots of other stuff. Much like the cell phone watch we covered some week ago, but with a slightly larger screen, a couple of games, and some other bonus features.
The Vuzix iWear line of lightweight multimedia eyewear gives the user a big screen experience by creating a virtual display equivalent to a 62-inch screen viewed from a distance of 9 feet (depending on model).
Yes, it’s another one of those feature-packed multimedia wristwatches. This new model has a somewhat smaller screen than the ones we have seen lately, making it easier to actually be able to wear it.
This black GSM cell phone watch features a 1.3-inch touchscreen display, a 1.3MP digital camera, MP3/MP4 playback, 2GB microSD card support, and Bluetooth connectivity.
Time for yet another one of those feature packed multimedia watches. This one comes with 8GB of built-in flash memory, the largest we’ve seen so far.
The Nüvifone smartphone from Garmin won’t be available until Q3 2008, but here are a couple of videos to give you an idea of what to expect. Nüvifone Intro Nüvifone Scenario (This video is no longer available.) About the Garmin Nüvifone The nüvifone is an […]
This digital watch comes with the wireless Bluetooth technology and a cell phone with GSM 900, 1800, and 1900 MHz tri-band functionality.
If you thought the Multimedia Remote Watch looked a bit too 80s, here’s another remote control watch that looks a bit more up-to-date.
A gold edition “multimedia watch” is now available for those who wants to add a little bling bling to their feature packed timepiece.
The Horizon Home Theater by Razor is an all-in-one system where you put your plasma or LCD screen on top of the wooden multimedia cabinet.
If you’re on a Mac using Front Row, you can stop reading now. If not, and you’re interested in controlling your laptop with a remote, please continue.
MP4 Watch II was released not that long ago, featuring a 1.8 inch large display. Now yet another watch with the same screen size has been released.
We’ve seen quite a few multimedia watches here at GeekAlerts lately, but no one as good looking as the brand new Epoq EMP-CVWD-2 ($200).
A brand new version of this popular multimedia watch has just been launched. This time they’ve added a speaker and increased the TFT screen size to 1.8 inches (160×128 px). The earlier version had a 128×128 px screen.