Monday, September 29, 2008
As a general rule, I am morally opposed to pink gadgets, but I might have to make an exception for the Big Hug Adhesive Cell Phone Holder.
This little dose of silliness cradles the phone in its giant pink/purple rubber palms and could prove quite handy (pun apologetically intended) for those of us who fritter away too much time hunting down our misplaced phones. The plastic holder has an adhesive backing that can stick to any surface (windshield, dashboard, desk, wall, back, forehead), and it promises to protect your phone from scratches while it's keeping it in your sights.
The gadget sells online for $3.99, with a $5 shipping fee, weighs just less than 3 ounces, and measures about 3.9 inches by 1.5 inches by three-quarters of an inch. Alas, that means some thicker phones, like PDAs and smartphones, will have to look for affection elsewhere.
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Sunday, September 21, 2008
Here is a cool gadget perfect for the coming Halloween - the Boxing Skeleton Ball Point Pen. At the push of a button, he jabs and punches and his eyes lit up red. An interesting pieces of stationery for a mere $2.49.
Friday, September 12, 2008
If you believe in the therapeutic effects of a massage, the USB Beetle Masseuse is perfect for those of you who are stuck at their computers all day. Simply push the nose to turn it on, hold it on the problem area and let it work its magic. It’s powered via USB or by 2 AA batteries.
Available for $8 plus $5 shipping.
Thursday, September 11, 2008
This is one of the coolest USB Fans i have ever seen.
It helps keep you cool during the hot summer days, and all the while giving you a magic light show. It comes with a flexible, fully adjustable neck. The fan is totally USB powered, so you don't need an AC outlet. Considering its modest price $4.99 plus $5-shipping, not a bad idea for zapping office boredom.
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Wednesday, September 10, 2008
This ought to be the cheapest, smallest and most portable universal TV remote control in the world, at $3.99 a unit and weighing a mere few ounces. It can double as a key-chain so you don't have to worry about looking for the remote at the kickoff of the all-important football game. You can even go over to a friend's house and hijack his entertainment devices after hiding his remote control.
Via Gadgets & Gizmos
Tuesday, September 9, 2008
Trying to romance your lady? Forget about roses and wine. She already knows you’re a geek so use some gadgets while you romance her.
It’s a tough call as to whether or not she will find these wine shaped usb speakers romantic or not. Who knows how a woman thinks. But just imagine a candle light dinner with this pair of wine glass speakers on the table and some soft music. They feature 2.1 channel subwoofers and who knows you might get lucky. Just be careful that you don’t pour wine in them. $21.99.
Monday, September 8, 2008
It might look like an ordinary measuring tap, but this one has a subtle and useful difference. It comes with an LED light for making measurements in the dark. It is compact and fits conveniently in your pocket, your purse, or your glove compartment. The price tag of $2.49 is also comfortably minimal.
Sunday, September 7, 2008
This is an environmentally-sound hand crank flashlight with 9 LEDs. It is an AM/FM radio; it is a cell phone charger for the Nokia (compatible with the ACP-12C jack); it is a flashing emergency beacon and siren; it is a high frequency mosquito repeller; it is a compass; it is even an iPod speaker. That counts seven. If you are lucky enough, you may find yourself beating off a hungry grizzly with this handy weapon. That would make function number 8.
All yours for $52 plus $5 shipping fee.
Friday, September 5, 2008
Any halfway dedicated nerd already owns at least one desk fan that's either USB-powered or features some sort of dual purpose, but if you're a budding star in the kingdom, this might be the one to get you going. The way-too-loudly-colored Cute Green Desk Cool Fan plugs into any spare USB port, moves a small quantity of air around and doubles as a 4-port USB hub. There's even an On / Off switch for the fan for those times with stagnancy is preferred. Not too shabby for $14.99 delivered, we say.
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Thursday, September 4, 2008
A reader named Jenny wrote in to alert us to the
Some might call this little Windows-only camera "cute," but we prefer the term "mutant." The blue-haired rubber gadget has a USB Webcam built into its face, making it not only a freaky desktop accessory, but a handy video-conferencing tool. It can capture or display video at 1,280x960 at up to 15fps, and sells online for $14.99, plus $5 shipping.
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