This new Hello Kitty TV, available in white and pink or black and red, was recently announced by the Japanese electronics manufacturer Uniden.
Now you can turn your backyard into drive-in theater using this nifty water resistant entertainment system. It features a 12-foot inflatable screen, a high-resolution DVD projector, and two 80-watt amplified speakers.
The Pinnacle PVT is a handy device that allows you to easily record stuff straight from a TV, DVD player, VCR or camcorder and dump it directly on to an iPod, PSP or USB memory – all at the touch of a button.
Today the Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America company has announced the name and details of their LaserTV (featured in the picture above).
If your backseat passengers are enjoying the ride with the headrest DVD player, then you can always use this touchscreen sun visor to give the same first class service to the person sitting next to you.
This LCD TV from JVC features a dock at the front. Simply put your player in and you will be able to enjoy the complete iPod library from the TV set.
This CCTV security system from Lorex uses a built-in IP server to provide remote internet surveillance monitoring from anywhere in the world.
Do you remember the TV-B-Gone gadget from last year? Now there’s a new similar product out to make life a bit harder for TV viewers near you.
We recently covered the Knight Rider R/C Car and now Firebox has released yet another radio controlled toy based on a car known from TV.
No, it’s not a portable TV with an LCD screen to display your digital photos. This is a traditional photo frame beautifully designed as a retro TV set.
This projector from Alientech allows you to easily “turn any room into a cinema or big-screen games room” by projecting a diagonal screen size up to 80 inches (200cm) large.
This almost sounds to good, or scary perhaps, to be true. I Want One Of Those claims that this pocket sized universal remote is capable of turning on or off just about any TV, as long as you are within a 15 metre (49 feet) […]
If you want to connect your existing audio devices to a pair of wireless speakers, the MP3 Tower from yesterday won’t be able to do the trick. These black splash-proof stereo loudspeakers will be up for the task tough.
Having trouble finding your remote control when you need it the most? The Giant Universal Remote (Update: Link removed because the page is gone) will bring an end to that little problem. (Also available at Amazon.com.) It requires 4 x AA batteries and will work […]
The Party Chain ($15) keychain combines a flashlight and a universal infrared TV remote control with a bottle opener. The IC of the remote control collects 500 codes of TV sets. The major compatible TV set manufactures are listed on the website. (Via Red Ferret)
It took about two weeks to sew together this cool Embroidered Plush Nintendo System in hand dyed felt. Complete with a TV, Nintendo system, the games Mario/Duck Hunt and Super Mario 3, controller, light gun, and two different screen shots. (Via Crafty Crafty)