Kidz-Med TeddyCam

by Anita - on November 21, 2005

We all worry about our children when we leave them in the care of others, even in our own home, that is why this Kidz-Med TeddyCam is excellent for reassuring us that our little ones are in the best hands possible. No matter, if you use a nanny on a full time basis or you use the next-door neighbor as a babysitter for a night out on the town, you …

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New and Improved LED Badges and Buckles

by Al - on November 21, 2005

New and Improved LED Stuff

I know we’ve reported on the LED Belt buckle before but as it’s now up to Version 2 I just had to write about it again, along with the matching scrolling LED badge. Starting off with the Scrolling LED badge (II), well it looks pretty much like the Scrolling LED badge version I. It still fastens on via a magnetic clasp though does appear to be a shade smaller it’s …

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Mushkin 2GB XP4000 REDLINE Dual Kit

by Keith - on November 21, 2005

Mushkin REDLINE XP4000

On April 2005, Mushkin astonished the enthusiasts by releasing what many considers, the best and fastest DDR memory modules available for AMD Athlon64 platform. Originally, the XP4000 REDLINE modules were introduced as 512MB modules available in both single and dual channel (1 GB) kits. The manager of Research and Development, Mushkin Inc., Brian Flood, stated “Mushkin named these modules REDLINE to denote the extreme speed and performance delivered from this …

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Is it a boat, is it a plane no it’s a Hydro Fibian

by Al - on November 20, 2005

Hydro Fibian

What remote control toy costs 300 quid and doesn’t now whether it’s a boat or a plane, the Hydro Fibian of course. I must admit first impressions are not great, this does not look like three hundred pounds worth of advanced remote control quality kit and the official website leaves a lot to be desired in the design department but this toy is cool…

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First Lenovo thinkpads reviewed

by Marc - on November 20, 2005

It’s been nearly a year now since IBM sold off their PC division to Chinese manufacturer Lenovo and I’ve been eager to see what the result of this sale has been in terms of new products. While I don’t expect many people cared about the fate of the desktop machines, the IBM ThinkPad series of laptops have gained something of a cult following for being tough as boots and having …

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What is HDTV?

by Al - on November 20, 2005

HDTV is probably one of the biggest commercial advancements in the video during 2005, though it has been available for a while has only recently become affordable in the mainstream electrical stores. But what is HDTV?

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Multi-function Office Thing

by Al - on November 20, 2005

Tool Logic Thing

This little gadget wouldn’t of looked out of place in an office a decade or so ago. It’s called the Tool Logic Office Companion and offers the following handy tools and features in a small black box. 1 mW laser pointer Ballpoint pen (I can’t believe they classify this as a tool) Screwdrivers (+/-) Letter opener (when your finger doesn’t work) Screwdriver socket Staple remover Precision scissor (No idea what …

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VOIP – Voice and now Video

by Al - on November 19, 2005


Voice over IP (VOIP) has been one of the technology biggies this year with millions of people saving a fair amount of cash off their regular phone bills. Voice calls are pretty cool but video has got to be the way of the future. This is probably why major leaguers Sony have teamed up with GlowPoint to offer free video and voice services. The major problem with this technology is …

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