Kerala Trance Binary Watch

by Al

I’m a big fan of good watches and geeky watches and this new time piece from Firebox fits quite nicely into both categories, theKerala Trance Watch. The Kerala Trance is about as geeky as watches get. The time is displayed in binary format which initially will take a bit of calculating to work out the time but once you get used to it, it will become second nature. The only …

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Oakley’s Thump 2 MP3 Sunglasses

by Keith

Oakley Thump 2

Specially made for a new look, the world’s first digital music eyewear is now available in a new design with the option of even greater memory. Professional Sportswear Makers, Oakley, introduced THUMP 2, a sun glass with integrated MP3 player, built around the hard-edged style of our GASCAN™ eyewear, offering memory storage of up to 1 Gigabyte. That is roughly 240 songs in a fully integrated design that frees you …

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Super Tiny PMP

by Al

Tiny Media Player

No matter how small devices get it never seems to be small enough, this latest media player from Aigo measures in at 66 x 66 x 19mm and weighs a tiny 85g and even packs in a 2″ LTPS (Low Temperature Polycrystalline Silicon what ever that means) TFT. This tiny MP4 player will easily slip into any pocket, has storage of up-to 2GB, and even has a TV output for …

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Displays on Credit Cards

by Al

Image Smart Cards

These new smart cards look pretty cool, they let you interact with your card in a totally different way. As well as a simple LCD display you can also enter information via six tiny keys. From the picture it is difficult to tell exactly how thin the card is but it doesn’t look any thicker than a conventional credit card.

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World’s First Hard Drive with Clear Window Cover

by Keith

WD Raptor X

Introducing Western Digital Corporation’s latest innovation to introduce the world’s first and only clear cover hard disk drive. Finally, IT enthusiats will not neeed to mess around with Dremel tools and Lexan, at the expense of destroying data in the hard drive, in order to have a clear view of what is going on inside the hard disk. The Raptor X 150GB SATA hard drive has a 10,000 RPM with …

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Designer LCD TVs

by Al

Wooden Designer LCD TV

It didn’t seem that long ago when LCD TVs were the new expensive in thing but like most technological advancements it doesn’t take long for them to become common place. For LCD manufacturers to make their TV the one to own they need to compete via quality, features or price. However the company Hannspree is taking a different approach and is selling what I can only describe as novelty / …

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by Anita


If you are enthusiastic gamer, then you will be excited to learn about this futuristic gaming and work station. The famous designer Eran Baruhe created this innovative work/gaming station. The Nethrone is a cure for all the ordinary aches and pains that come from sitting at a desk all day long staring straight ahead at a computer screen. It has an oval shaped structure that offers so many electronic adjustments …

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Intel Pentium Extreme Edition 955 (Intel Presler) CPU Released

by Keith

Intel Pentium Extreme Edition 955

Most of today’s computing processors we use are Intel processors. Aimed at marketing high-end processors for PC enthusiasts, the prices of these high-end Intel Extreme Edition (EE) processors are quite unreasonable for most applications we use today. As such, most end users turn towards AMD’s high-end Athlon 64 x2 as alternative choice. Back in the tug-of-war, Intel officially released the Pentium Extreme Edition (EE) 955 chip (Intel Presler) to replace …

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