It’s that time of week again to browse some other cool sites for cool gadgets. Then vote for your favourite for a chance to win a $50 Amazon voucher. Good luck.
The Babyglow has been invented by a UK Father of one called Chris Ebejer. He spent up to £700,000 and six years developing the innovative and health saving product Babyglow. The Babyglow is a unique invention which is aimed at telling you when your baby has a high temperature. The Babyglow will come in three colours and when your Babies temperature exceeds the normal temperature of 37C it will turn white. As the Baby cannot relay that they have a high temperature or feel unwell this fantastic product is made to indicate exactly that for you.
The full post can be found on Tech Styling.
We have seen a few of these tiny fanless PCs from Stealth before, the latest one is a waterproof version, ideal if you are the sort of person who is always spilling beer on your PC.
The Stealth Waterproof Fanless PC comes with an Intel Atom 1.6GHz 330 processor, 2GB of DDR2 RAM, a choice of Windows XP or Vista, and it is also dust proof as well as waterproof, check out the video of it in action below.
The full post can be found on Geeky Gadgets.
The Netpal is a netbook collaboration between Disney and Asus. With young kids coming online in greater numbers each day, the Netpal includes educational and entertainment software to keep a young mind busy yet also includes parental control programs to ensure children are kept safe from the more seedy side of the net.
The full post can be found on Coated.
One of our house rules is that anything with “robot” in the title always deserves a look and this is especially true when it claims to, “not require any batteries“. Then to discover that it offers 6 half decent gadgets sparked our excitement. To shorten the post we decided to rank our personal favourites, Olympic style (Podium ranking except without the drugs)
The full post can be found on Gadgets-For-Men.co.uk.
Looking for an easy way to stay cool on the golf course this summer? The Golf Bag Drink Dispenser will take care of all your hydration needs. Cleverly disguised as a golf club, this drink dispenser fits right into your golf bag. It makes it easy to sneak your beer legal non-alcoholic drinks past golf course security. The insulated 48 oz. reservoir can hold either hot or cold beverages. It has a wide mouth for ice cubes and easy cleaning.
The full post can be found on Craziest Gadgets.
Analogue a little bit too steampunk for you? Digital too much like everyone else? Confuse and baffle everyone with the Tokyoflash NI. Instead of numbers (because that’d be easy right?) this watch uses coloured LEDs to tell the time. It’s basically a puzzle watch- count up the number of dots per row and you’ll work out the time. The person who asked will probably have found a clock by then, but at least you’ll get to look cool and feel a little bit smug…
The full post can be found on Gaj-It.
PopcornHour has announced its latest media streamer, the C200, that will ship this July. It’s quite the improvement from the company’s previous models, this time adding a drive bay for a Blu-ray drive, DVD or a hard disk drive. Pushed by a 667 MHz Sigma SMP8643 processor, the C200 supports more than 30 audio and video codecs as well as a variety of video partner sites such as CNN, CBS and Youtube. Some other new features include a wireless RF remote, a gigabit Ethernet connection, AVCHD support and plenty of connection options. The latter include HDMI 1.3, dual SATA connectors, four USB 2.0, component, composite, s-video and a miniPCI card slot designed for an 802.11 draft-n Wi-Fi card.
The full post can be found on TV Snob.
A shock-proof, high speed usb transfer and a laptop battery saver capability – Buffallo Harddrive from Japan.
The full post can be found on The Cool Gadgets.
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