As part of a WowWee’s new “Insider Video” series, two clips giving a sneak peek at some of Femisapien’s more advanced features have been released. The first video shows WowWee über-inventor Mark Tilden showing just how easy and it is to script Femisapien simply by […]
Here we have the latest trend in the steadily growing stream of those chunky mobile phone watches; a backlit keypad built into the strap.
Here’s a brand new video of WowWee’s upcoming Wrex The Dawg robot. The guys over at RobotsRule has just uploaded this video review that covers the important features and capabilities of WowWee’s hilarious cartoon character come to life, Wrex The Dawg. In the video you’ll […]
This video player from Ion allows you to easily convert your old VHS recordings into digital files. Simply put in a tape, press play and leave the rest to the USB-friendly machine.
This new video from RobotsRule covers the important features and capabilities of the latest successor in WowWee’s Robosapien line of robots, the Tri-Bot. Here is the accompanying written review, which contains secret tips and tricks for getting the most out of your Tri-Bot robot that […]
This silver-colored, ball-shaped USB 2.0 web camera is rotatable 360 degrees and features both a built-in microphone and a speaker.
This tiny little robot weighs only 7 grams and can jump 1.4 meters (3.3 feet) straight up into the air. That is 27 times its own height. Here is a video clip of the robotic grasshopper in action: These jumpers could be fitted out with […]
These James Bond style sunglasses allows you to film everything that comes in your way, using the two tiny cameras placed on the arms of the glasses.
Remember the news about the plans to let Honda’s humanoid robot ASIMO conduct the Detroit Symphony Orchestra? It looks like he did a good job: (This video is no longer available.) More cool videos can be found at the brand new official Honda YouTube channel. […]
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.
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 […]
If the Alien Stress Reliever doesn’t do the trick for you, maybe this video clip of Pleo visiting Sea World will do a better job to relieve you from stress: The Pleo in the video is Pixie (which also happens to be the name of […]
This quite discrete “secret agent pen” features a built-in 1GB flash memory and it is capable or recording almost 3 hours of video with audio.
This portable device allows you to record your favorite TV shows onto a standard SD memory card. When you’re finished recording, simply switch to Video Mode to view the material on a TV or PC.
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.
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 headrest features a built-in DVD and MP4 player with a 7-inch TFT LCD 16:9 widescreen, allowing you to concentrate at the driving while your backseat passengers are watching a good movie.
This portable DVD player integrates with the 5G iPod, allowing you to watch videos on a 8 1/2-inch 16:9 widescreen LCD – that is 2 3/4 times larger than the size of the screen on your Apple player.
If Nigel “This one goes to 11” Tufnel from Spinal Tap would ever hack a Segway, maybe the end result would look something like this: Watch the video clip above or head over to YouTube. Unfortunately, there is no information about who has created this […]
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).