by Anita - on September 19, 2005

Do you believe in UFO’s? Well, all of your friends will after you control this awesome remote controlled flying saucer. Just hide behind the trees or bushes in your neighborhood and see how long it takes for the neighbors to call the police, the fire department and maybe even the president when they see a flying saucer hovering outside their windows. This cool remote controlled flying saucer is made with …

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The Candy Grabber

by Al - on September 19, 2005

Candy Grabber

I remember being taken to the seaside when I was a kid and having a go on those grabber machines which were only ever good at grabbing money off kids. The number of times I’d pick up a teddy that probably was worth less than the cost of a go only to see it fall from the grippers just before the winning post. Well you can reminis on your mis-spent …

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LCD Programmable keyboard – sort of!

by Marc - on September 19, 2005

Programmable keyboard

A few months ago a series of images did the rounds purporting to be a keyboard with a programmable LCD display on each key. As far as I know that one (unfortunately) isn’t in production but United Keys today announced something on the same theme. The 205 pro is a regular QWERTY keyboard with programmable LCD displays on the function keys. Neat idea but I suspect it won’t get an …

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Night Navigator- northern hemisphere

by Anita - on September 19, 2005


Are you a star gazer or just enjoy finding all the constellations? If so, then you are sure to love the Night Navigator. With this awesome gadget you will be able to locate a star, a planet, or even find your favorite constellation. The night navigator has 16 illuminated sky charts that will familiarize you with what you are viewing and how to find out what you are viewing.

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Sonos Digital Music System

by Al - on September 19, 2005

Sonos Digital Music System

I don’t know a single gadget head that hasn’t got a large collection of online music. The first thing I do when I get a CD (bought or borrowed) is rip it. Gee even my mother has an MP3 player. It’s fine having a large collection of music but if you only ever listen to it out of the tinny speakers that came with your PC then you’re just not …

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Xbox media center

by Marc - on September 18, 2005


Forget the usual “Media boxes” made by the likes of Pinnacle, D-link, Linksys etc. They’re not that cheap, they have a very restricted set of connection options (who, in this day and age, connects a TV up with the composite video cable?) and most importantly they don’t play back half the file formats that I have lying around on my system. No, what you need to do is pick up …

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Garden speakers

by Marc - on September 17, 2005

Rock speaker

I’ve been to quite a few barbeques this summer and invariably the music is provided by leaving the stereo on and opening the doors to let the sound outside. Which is OK, as long as the food isn’t 100 yards away at the bottom of the garden; this tends to lead to a very loud stereo and some very annoyed neighbours! Obviously someone else came across the same problem, and …

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Attensa – RSS Reader for Microsoft Outlook

by Keith - on September 17, 2005


A RSS reader for Microsoft Outlook. Attensa for Outlook is one of the few RSS news reader and news aggregator to provide integration of RSS capability into Microsoft Outlook, that brings up-to-date news and content from website, blogs, and Podcast sites, directly into Microsoft Outlook.

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