Please Vote in this Week’s Coolest Gadget Contest
Usual rules, vote for what you think is the coolest gadget and leave a comment for a chance to win a $50 Amazon voucher.
Portability in coffee tables has not existed until now – we give you the Case Folding Coffee Table. The table folds itself into a case when not in use and is made of easy open/close birch wood pieces each spring loaded with locking hinges. It can take loads of up to 100 lbs, and is handmade in California. A big thanks to Beth for sending this in.
The full post can be found on Single Serve Coffee.
They shake themselves! It’s now fun and simple to add some panache to your fine dining. Just pull the cord, invert, hold – MOVERS AND SHAKERS do all the work! Traditional “diner” styling, packed 2 pcs in a frosted box. Perfect house warming gift.
The full post can be found on RGS.
A phone in a shoe – you’ll never forget it or lose it and when used with a Bluetooth headset, it’s a pretty cool place to hide a phone from pickpockets. But best of all is how this phone can be used to help the elderly. It will monitor shocks and orientation changes when someone falls. The shoe will then automatically call emergency services and put the whole conversation on speakerphone so that the patient can communicate when they’re in trouble. A cool gadget that will actually do some good.
The full post can be found on Decide What to Buy.
The Asus Ai Guru SV1 lays claim to the title of the first Skype videophone that doesn’t need to be connected to a personal computer for it to function. This self contained unit only requires an internet connection and an account on the Skype network for the operator to be able to make video conference calls. Doing away with the computer requirement makes this gadget portable and easily accessible for the masses.
The full post can be found on Coated.
You would no longer have to login to a boring account but you could just wear it on your clothes and the device or wearable social networking gadget will let you know if one of your friends passes by.
The full post can be found on EliteChoice.
On Time Headset System is an interesting gadget that functions as a bracelet, and even handles all your incoming and outgoing calls. It tells you what time it is and also alerts you when your phone rings.
The full post can be found on Trends Updates.
This has to be the craziest PC we have seen here at geeky gadgets, built by the guys at Puget Systems in cost a massive $16,000 to build.
So what exactly does spending $16,000 on a custom PC get you? This crazy PC features four quad core Opteron processors, 32GB of RAM and eight hard drives in various RAID configurations.
The full post can be found on Geeky Gadgets.
Thanks again to all the sites for their submissions now over to you guys for voting (don’t forget to leave a comment with your reason for a chance to win a $50 Amazon voucher).
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