Win $50 with this week’s Coolest Gadget
We have another $50 Amazon voucher up for grabs, to enter for the draw simply vote for this week’s coolest gadget and leave a comment with your reasoning. Good luck, now onto the entries.
This fun gadget lets you know when your friends are online, by banging itself on the head with a tiny hammer.
You can also add custom MP3s and assign them to your contacts. It works with Skype, MSN and Yahoo messenger.
The full post can be found on Geeky Gadgets.
While any remote control robot is a cool gadget in its own right, add on a practical feature and you have a device that is so cool, it will send the sun into freezing temperatures. This is exactly what the Rovio Wi-Fi Robot has done. It is a Wi-Fi enabled robotic webcam that moves in any direction and can be controlled from whereever you are. Keep an eye on your house and family when you’re away or just bring it out an your next party for a bit of fun!
The full post can be found on Gaj-It.
What do you do if you see the perfect shot and all you have is your mobile? You whip out your mobile telephoto lens, that’s what! If you want to pimp up your phone and avoid forking out for an SLR, one of these should do the trick.
The full post can be found on Decide What To Buy.
Excessory Baggage is a fabulous puppy shape leather bag made for international carry-on Luggage. Primarily it’s a creation for group exhibition at the Honey Space by Meryl Smith.
The full post can be found on HardwareSphere.
Used at five-star resort spas, this device provides a full-body water jet massage without getting you wet, and uses aromatherapy, relaxing audio, and video to soothe your tactile, olfactory, auditory, and optical senses.
The full post can be found on Random Good Stuff.
Spot Industries spokesperson So Soon Dun states “Handy could be useful for any number of domestic tasks such as washing, hammering, painting, digging, kneading, the only limit is your imagination.” He went on to mention that “Handy has a very, very firm but soft grip and its ability to oscillate up and down at select speeds is quite satisfying.”
The full post can be found on Inventor Spot.
Halloween comes a little bit early with the remote-controlled Dead Fred. This 4-foot long realistic looking zombie is powered by a quartet of DC motors and two 12-volt batteries, allowing it to groan, scream and talk in full digital audio thanks to an onboard amplifier and speaker (complete with trailing entrails).
The full post can be found on CG.
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