This new watch, named “Anti Grinch”, is meant to be able to add a little extra Christmas spirit to this year’s holiday season with its red and green LED lights.
The SantaBot, as ThinkGeek have decided to call this 2GB Christmas spirit USB drive, looks like some kind of mix between an alien, Santa Claus, a robot and an elf.
This crystal style LED Christmas tree cycles through four different colors and plays Christmas music at the same time. It’s very easy to install, simply hook it up to your computer’s USB port while repeating these words from Eminem:
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 […]
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.
These USB Christmas heating gloves is yet another product that would fit nicely in an updated version of the 10 USB Gadgets to Help You Through the Winter article.
This Christmas tree inspired USB 2.0 flash drive comes with an 8GB storage capacity and the option to protect your files with an AES-256 bit hardware encryption.
If you don’t feel like spending your white Christmas on the dark side with some Star Wars Christmas Ornaments, you could always try these colorful M&M ones instead.
Gadgettastic has put together a list of the Top 10 Geeky Christmas Gadgets.
Now you can decorate your Christmas tree using lights shaped like your favorite milk chocolate snacks in their classic, candy coated colors.
Remember the Star Wars Christmas Ornaments entry? How about a talking Darth Vader Christmas stocking to make your dark side holiday complete?
Are you one of those who buy the Christmas gifts in the last minute and hardly manage to get the tree up in time for the guests to arrive?