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When we first heard about this “TV tablet”, we got extremely excited with ideas about what exactly a TV tablet could do, flew around the office. We were slightly embarrassed when we realized that this was infact a media player and not a pill but our interest was still peaked. Portable media players are getting pretty common so to shake up this tired genre these clever bods have decided to shoe-horn a Digital TV receiver into the tiny 10.5 x 7.5 x 1.8 cm unit. “Portable tellies have been around since the 90s so that is not to impressive either” we thought. But this little portable gizmo has a lot more tricks up it sleeve
The full post can be found on Gadgets-For-Men.co.uk.
Ever watched a Harry Potter film and wished that you could actually have a wand that you could do magic with in the muggle world? Well now you can! Using a variety of hand/wand gestures you can literally take control of your TV and fight off the dark arts of trashy TV!
The full post can be found on Zath Hi-Tech Gadgets.
Pentax K-x was announced one month ago, at that periods the Pentax K-x at US only available in black, white and red models. But today information said the Pentax K-x in Tokyo(Japan) has released a Limited edition of Pentax K-x. The Pentax K-x Limited Edition was inspired by the “Kore Ja Nai robo toy” a colorful robot from Japan.
The full post can be found on winarco.com.
This old 8-bit NES cartridge was hacked up and converted in to a full working NES games console. The nesP as it’s called, was created using a noname china brand PMP that has the ability of playing NES ROMS. An old NES controller was then attached to the PMP and all fit snugly inside along with a small colour LCD screen.
The full post can be found on Gadget Venue.
The Foldaway Carry On suitcase holds a whole weekend’s worth of clothes, yet thanks to its patented accordion frame, folds to just 3-inches thick for easy storage.
The full post can be found on Marks Technology News.
Leon Zhu feels that solar powered cell phones aren’t so practical as they are usually kept in a pocket when not in use. The designer’s idea is to incorporate a solar cell module with a photo-electric conversion coat and an ultra-thin battery pack that can be worn or clipped to clothes or bags. The Green Badge harnesses the sun and stores it in its built-in necklace to power up those phones. It can also be used as a light source on its own.
The full post can be found on Solar Snob.
British Inventor Sir James Dyson has developed the world’s first no blade fan. Using technology found in jet engines, the new fan draws air in through the base and forces it out through gaps within the ring like aperture. The Dyson fan is said to be a healthy and environmentally friendly alternative to air conditioning units.
The full post can be found on coated .
If you always feel like people are gawking at your white feet and the unsightly tan lines around your ankles when you wear sandals or pumps, then you need the Solafeet foot tanner. Those tan lines can be gone in 5 to 10 days with just fifteen minutes a day. Then you can go from the golf course to the clubhouse in confidence. The Solafeet is ideal for flip-flop wearers, tennis players and joggers.
The full post can be found on Foolish Gadgets.
Tipped to be a hot Christmas present for 2009. Remember the scenes in the first Star Wars movie where Luke is training to use the Force? Now you too can learn to ‘use the Force’ to move a small ball in a tube and progress through fifteen levels of training to become a Jedi master. Well, actually it uses the power of your brainwaves via cutting edge EEG sensor technology. Which is still bloody impressive!
The full post can be found on Gaj-It.
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