Please vote for this week’s coolest gadget
It’s that time of the week to vote for your favourite coolest gadget. Vote and comment or tell a friend for a chance to win a $50 Amazon voucher (2 to give away).
The remote-controlled ride-on sports car allows parents to control the driving, or if the parents are feeling a little wild and crazy, they relinquish control to the young driver at the touch of a button. Both modes enable a top speed of 3 mph along with normal movement forwards, backwards, left, and right. Operates for two hours after a 10-hour charge. Supports up to 45 lbs.
The full post can be found on Uber Review.
The new Korg Nano Digital Music Controllers aim to remedy this musical dilemma by providing three different portable USB versions of common musical input devices that fit perfectly with your laptop. The nanoKEY gives you a mini velocity sensitive keyboard. The nanoPAD provides you with velocity sensitive drum-pads and a Kaossilator style x-y control pad while the nanoKONTROL gives you nine faders, nine knobs and eighteen switches for your mixing pleasure.
The full post can be found on RGS.
Priced at around $750 a piece, the custom painted LCD screens come in 9 different themes and you will love each every one of them
The full post can be found on Elite Choice.
Imagine going to a water park with no lines, slides that last more than a few seconds, and being able to create your own slide before you ride it. Well hopefully you will be able to in the future. If you saw this week’s episode of Prototype This that’s exactly what they ended up creating. Right now the prototype is massive but hopefully with some improvements they can scale it down to be able to fit in backyards across the world. Hopefully that can find a way to scale down the price tag as well. It works by spinning the large doughnut shaped slide with water in it, you get in it and with the help of a projector screen you can see the pov video on a water slide. The slide can rise it’s self up and down and tilt left to right to get a more immersive experience.
The full post can be found on GadgetBlvd.com.
After a night out or a long day shopping, are you ever so tired that you wish someone could carry you home? Now they can!
The full post can be found on Decide What to Buy.
The Meggy Jr RGB is a hand held gaming platform that lets you develop your own open source pixel-scale video games.
The full post can be found on Geeky Gadgets.
It is almost officially winter time, so most people living in the Northern Hemisphere are not mowing their lawns frequently if at all. Even so, this new Husqvarna’s Solar-Powered Robot is so cool I had to share it! Capable of mowing 3/4 acre, the 18 volt, 4 amp Auto Mower 230 runs 90 minutes on a single charge and cuts 1300 square feet per hour. The Auto Mower even returns to its own charging station when its power is running low! That’s one smart, eco-friendly lawn mower!
The full post can be found on Really Natural.
Dice are associated with gambling and lady luck. This cool clock is a DIY project. The package contains a blank clock face and 22 die shaped pieces. It’s up to you to attach the dice to the clock face using the included double-sided sticky pad. How will you determine where to place them? Will you roll the dice and let fate decide?
The full post can be found on Coated.
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