The Lounge-Wood Classic is a couch potato’s dream

by Caitlyn - on October 23, 2014

For anyone that owns a laptop, you know the rituals of being a lounger. You find different places to nestle yourself down and do work, watch shows, or just stalk your friends on Facebook. Of course, your laptop either ends up actually on your lap, or precariously perched on a pillow or arm rest. If you wish you had a better setup for when you want to sit somewhere comfortable, but don’t want to have to roast your legs or overheat your laptop, then you probably want a surface to put it on.

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Prizm knows what music you like, and wants to fit the mood

by Caitlyn - on October 23, 2014

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Our music helps shape our mood. When we’re feeling sad, we listen to somber music, because listening to k-pop just won’t do. Of course, when you don’t know what you want to listen to, you may put your playlist on shuffle until you hear something you like. Wouldn’t it be nice if you could choose what songs you liked or didn’t like without having to look at your phone or computer?

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Stephenson’s Rocket Stirling Engine targets the blooming engineers in your home

by Edwin - on October 23, 2014

stephenson-stirlingYou can never tell just what your little one is going to be when he or she grows up, and it is best to allow he or she to explore as many different kinds of possible career routes, so to speak, in their early years so that you will be able to figure out their penchant and provide them with the proper amount of guidance along the way. Well, for those who feel that their little ones might end up as engineers one of these days, perhaps it might be worth checking out the $799.95 Stephenson’s Rocket Stirling Engine?

This unique purchase will be powered by an external combustion Stirling engine, where it will pay homage to the locomotive pioneer Robert Stephenson. Stephenson won the Rainhill Trials in 1829 courtesy of its advanced design, and it also allowed Stephenson to win the contract to manufacture locomotives for the Liverpool and Manchester Railway, while serving as the basic template for majority of the steam engines out there in the market for the next century and a half. The Stephenson’s Rocket Stirling Engine is made in Germany from machine-tooled solid brass, stainless steel, and aluminum, relying on the thermodynamic principle of a regenerative heat engine to get moving. Thankfully for everyone’s lungs, it emits non-toxic exhaust from a full burner of ethyl alcohol that lasts for up to 15 minutes’ worth of operation.

Dog Breed Toaster for that canine lover in your life

by Edwin - on October 23, 2014

dog-breed-toasterToasters are more or less expected to get their job done quietly and without fuss at all. In fact, it works even better when you do not have too many dials to deal with, especially when all you ever wanted was to toast your bread in the manner when you had it back during your childhood days – eaten with the right dash of butter, of course. Having said that, we have seen some of the more specialized toasters in the past such as the Darth Vader Toaster, and today we bring you the $44.95 Dog Breed Toaster.

The name of this particular home appliance says it all – this is a toaster that gives a “toast” to man’s best friend, simply by imprinting a shadow of a dog breed on your regular sliced bread. This means you will be able to make a sandwich that will surprise and delight all of the dog lovers in your home, and you will be able to pick out a number of breeds with the Dog Breed Toaster to get your day off on the right note. Other than making your toast look extra delicious, it will also boast of the other essential functions such as frozen/reheat/cancel, heat settings and a pop-up handle.

The Seek Thermal Camera – See for Yourself!

by Julie - on October 23, 2014

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Have you ever been in a situation where you wished you could see in the dark? How about your last late night dog-walking session when you were certain you heard an animal lurking in the woods? or the night you thought someone was trying to get into your car? I can think of quite a few instances that being able to see where someone is (or recently was) could be a very useful tool. Where am I going to get a super power like that? Continue reading » The Seek Thermal Camera – See for Yourself!

LifeBEAM delivers the first smart cycling helmet

by Edwin - on October 23, 2014

lifebeamSmartphones, smart homes, smart cars, heck, even helmets look set to receive the smart moniker this time around. I am referring to the LifeBEAM smart cycling helmet, which is touted to be the first of its kind in the world. LifeBEAM is an old hand at developing bio-sensing technology, where this new LifeBEAM Helmet happens to be the second version of a successful Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign. In fact, the LifeBEAM Helmet has gone through a re-engineering process in order to deliver aerospace-grade heart rate and calorie consumption measurements without the need for a chest strap, making it extremely convenient in this manner.

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iDevices announces the iShower²

by Edwin - on October 23, 2014

ishower2It looks as though there are plenty of things around us these days that do come with the smart moniker, as though it is a prerequisite of sorts before folks are willing to give that particular product a second look. iDevices does know how to tug at the heartstrings of the masses, being a preeminent brand and development partner in the Internet of Things (IoT) market, and they have just announced their latest offering, which is known as the iShower². The iShower² would be part of a larger family that includes the iGrill², iGrillmini and Kitchen Thermometer, among others.

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Targeted Body Massagers soothes away the day’s aches and pains

by Edwin - on October 22, 2014

targeted-body-massagersI am quite sure that many of us have experienced this before – we hardly exercise, and one fine day, when a particular situation requires us to actually flex our muscles a whole lot more than normal, such as shifting house or helping a neighbor with his or her spring cleaning, the effect kicks in afterwards, when our bodies start to ache all over the place, even letting you discover the presence of muscles that you didn’t know you had in the first place. Why not soothe those aching areas with the $49.95 Targeted Body Massagers?

The Targeted Body Massagers happen to arrive in a set of three vibration massagers which have been specially shaped so that it can target muscles over the entire body. These three components happen to be tailored to fit their intended treatment area, including the scalp massager’s soft bristles which helps to soothe the scalp, while the facial massager’s rollers will function to release stress under the eyes and temples, with the body massager’s trio of pivoting nodes relaxing your thighs and calves. They will feature a rubberized exterior and ergonomic design that will fit comfortably in one’s palm, and thankfully, it boasts of a waterproof construction so that you can use them even as you shower. There is no need to recharge these as they run on AAA batteries.

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