Posts Tagged ‘gadgets’
  • Wood Station Clock: An illuminated chunk of wood that reveals time, weather, and oh so much more…
    by Mike
    Posted September 15th, 2009 at 6:05 am
    Have a craving for real time information such as the actual time, temperature, humidity and the current weather conditions? The consumer market place is flooded full of these multi-purpose gadgets that tell us these bits of information with some doing much more. Though often times, the more features the get crammed in, the price goes higher while the quality falls lower. Such a sad balance it is. Moving on, if you've ever looked at these various time/weather stations and thought that they ...
  • Laser packin’ Spark Plug for the geeky auto nut.
    by Mike
    Posted September 11th, 2009 at 11:54 am
    Perhaps one of your other loves just so happens to be a machine. If that machine happens to be some sort of auto, this particular gadget may strike a rare chord in your soul that few gadgets can claim. At first glance, it looks like your typical spark plug turned in to a keychain. But a closer inspection reveals that buried within, a laser awaits to burn the retinas of unassuming strangers and entertain the cats in your life all in a convenient little package. If you have kids, I'm sure yo...
  • USB Helmet Humidifier keeps your body nice and funtional
    by Mike
    Posted September 10th, 2009 at 8:20 am
    Are you crawling around the internet this fine Thursday morning looking for the next novelty gift to give? Dear reader, you can stop your search and whip out your wallet because the USB Helmet Humidifier is just for you. Whether or not you are affected by humidity or even really care about it, explaining to someone the little racing helmet plugged in to your computer is just a humidifier and the resulting looks will surely bring at least a few smiles to your day. Whether at your desk connec...
  • Reclaim those younger years with LEGO Walkie Talkies
    by Mike
    Posted September 9th, 2009 at 5:52 am
    Whether you're old or not so old, LEGO's were probably a part of your life as youngster. Hours of your life were spent constructing and destroying priceless creations. Many times since the then, companies have capitalized on the LEGO name. The latest venture involves a little two way action: Walkie Talkies. What says geeky kid better than almost LEGO Walkie Talkies. I say almost because the Walkie Talkies aren't really made out of LEGOs. Instead, it is just a printed sticker on top of yo...
  • Pull a fast one on thieves, Store your valuables in your trailer hitch with the “Hitch Safe”.
    by Mike
    Posted September 8th, 2009 at 6:30 am
    Let me start by saying that when I am in need of a safe place to store a particular valuable, usually the inner sanctums of some sort of building or secure compartment in a car is my first choice. The makers of the "Hitch Safe" would like you to rethink your old perceptions of safety by including your trailer hitch in the short list of places you consider top secret and safe enough for your most precious items. Instead of keeping your dear dead grandmothers priceless wedding ring or thousand...
  • The Peek Clock: Tell time like a geek.
    by Mike
    Posted September 8th, 2009 at 6:05 am
    Now I'm not really sure if geeks and gadget nerds have some weird fascination with time and clocks, but the sheer amount of clocks I see geared towards us more technically inclined few sure has me wondering. Moving on, the Peek Clock as it is so cleverly called gives time seekers a glance into the realm of time as the numbers "fade" in and out of existence. Looking at the picture above, one can see how minutes are also taken care of -- a simple white dot that travels around the face of the c...
  • Back problems? Massage it with a shrimp…
    by Mike
    Posted September 2nd, 2009 at 5:47 am
    Novelty or gag gifts are a pretty big market these days. While it's always nice to really think about a friend or family member by getting them something that is thoughtful and trully a gift they lusted for, the all infamous gag gift always brings a laugh, not to mention fond memories for years to come. Building upon that, do you come home from work with back pain? Are you on your feet all day at work or does your back simply greet you each night with a nice dose of pain? If the latter is ...
  • Scare children by giving your desk a more hellish appearance…
    by Mike
    Posted August 31st, 2009 at 8:14 am
    Building on the Halloween festivities that were presented in the previous post, if you have a desk in need of a little customization or a more homie feeling, adding something unique and head turning definitely adds to the overall appeal of a house. Are you a sick and twisted sort of individual or likes all things death? If so, awesome (get help). If not and you just like unique gadgets, the USB Skull Speakers should fulfil your decorating needs. With a nice graphic representation of a bl...
  • TIME: 25 Back-to-school gadgets for the dollar tree families
    by Mike
    Posted August 28th, 2009 at 8:55 am
    Every geek big or small, young or not so young may use the back-to-school season as an excuse/reason to splurge on that new gadget they've been waiting on or holding out for. Even if you're not a student, there are often some great deals to be had as companies and manufacturers far and wide want to cash in on the spending spree that takes place every year 'round the time the bell's start to ring. Since we live in the digital age, it seems fitting that as we move towards more and mroe digital...
  • Sony working on Olivine-Type wonder batteries…outlets cry out in happy harmony
    by Mike
    Posted August 11th, 2009 at 12:28 pm
    Any gadget aficionado is more than likely very familiar with their local electrical outlets. Gadgets, especially feature rich, drool inducing gadgets love to suck batteries dry. Unfortunately, batteries have so far failed to keep up with the demands that all of these extra features demand of them. Thankfully, Sony is working on one of many solutions out there that looks to be pretty intriguing. The new batteries feature an Olivine-type material inside that is considerably more energy dense...
  • Water powered calculator kicks batteries to the curb. Trees respond in grand smile.
    by Mike
    Posted August 10th, 2009 at 11:17 am
    In search of the next geeky gift to give to the gadget lover in your life? Look no further than the Water Powered Calculator. Whether or not you'll actually ever use it, or if you even like math for that matter, you can't discredit the coolness and draw to a calculator (an electronic), run solely by water (the enemy of electronics). The greatest part about this calculator is as the title suggests, it uses nothing but water. No worrying about batteries and other money draining energy source...
  • Smart Measuring cup proves their still are useful inventions left (sneers at snuggie)
    by Mike
    Posted August 5th, 2009 at 9:39 am
    Every once in a while, the human race stumbles upon an invention or innovation that truly benefits mankind in their day to day lives full of mediocrity and occurrences of the mundane. Such lives are often aided by technology. Whether it be to make a process faster, an object smaller, or help a sick individual, technology makes our lives easier. Introducing the Smart Measuring Cup. One would think this concept would have come along a lot sooner Still, you can't complain, at le...
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