Monday, December 29, 2008
Thursday, December 25, 2008
Here is a useful gadget for safe driving, the Keychain Breathalyzer with Flashlight. The device operates according to the standard traffic light system – simply blow into the tester and if it’s green you’re safe to go, if it’s yellow you should use caution and if it’s red its time to pocket your keys and call a cab. It is pocket sized and powered by 2 AAA batteries. The breathalyzer comes with a keychain and even an orange LED flashlight, all this at a $5.99 price tag.
Wednesday, December 24, 2008
Yes, let’s all click, click and click some more! I’m not even going to talk about any technical features this Breast Mouse might have. I think I’d feel like holding a little genie babe in my palm, ready to fulfill all my wishes. I wonder how a keyboard in a similar shape would look like.
9. Ghost Mouse
First thing that we think of when seeing this Ghost Mouse is that silly mask from ‘Scary Movie’, isn’t it? Well, this little device would make an ideal Halloween gift, that’s for sure. It has 3 buttons, a scroll wheel, and hopefully, both right and left-handed people can use it. But I’m sure the ones that buy it are not as interested in the features, as they are in its design.
Steampunk Furnace Mouse is made to resemble a furnace. It is covered with pipes, and under them are coal and orange LEDs, to look like hot coals at night. Its scroll wheel and buttons remind of a barrow’s wheel and two shovels. The unique design already attracted many fans, and a second version is on its way.
From no angle it looks like a mouse, but don't let its weird design fool you. Basically, if you have a thing for poking people in the eye, this pig-faced USB Mouse is perfect for you. It comes with two unique big eyeballs for RIGHT and LEFT click.
This mouse is supposed to give you a massage after a long day at work, or if you’re just tired. The device, called the Kinniku Mouse, comes with two electrodes to stick on your back that send shocks to your muscles. It has buttons on its left side, to control the intensity of the zaps, but be careful not to take the turkey’s place on the table on the Thanksgiving Day.
5. Aircraft Mouse
This USB Aircraft Mouse is an awesome addition to a plane lovers desk. The aircraft design also makes the mouse an ergonomic joy, though a little too chunky for some people. It’s probably not the kind of mouse you want to pack in a laptop case.
4. City and Village Mouse
What first looks like an irregular-shaped rock, turns out to be an ergonomic mouse. The City and Village Mouse Mouse allows us to manipulate two and three dimensional objects in the virtual space. More than that, its sensors rely on our instinctual knowledge about moving the objects in the real world. It’s definitely very different from a regular mouse, but it gives the users a more natural perspective on moving the objects from a screen.
A little something for the fans of basketball inspired gadgets - the Wireless Basketball Mouse. It features a resolution of 800 dpi. There is also a football editon available.
2.Space Explorer Mouse
The Space Explorer Mouse allows users to to twist, pan, zoom in or spin, giving the users a 3D navigational experience. It should take you several hours before getting used to it, but after that, you’ll use it in a pretty intuitive manner. If you decide to switch over to this mouse, it will surely save you lots of clicks and looks cool too.
Chinese company Hanwang created this T&Mouse that steps out of the line through a tablet carved in its center. Until now, if you wanted to send a signed contract to someone from the other end of the world, you used a fax, as you couldn’t make your signature in Paint, drawing with a regular mouse. This feature enables you to do just that, but instead, you’ll sign on top of it, as usual, with a special pen.
Monday, December 22, 2008
If you’re into cute and cuddly gadgets, you might want to take a closer look at this pair of USB Piggy Speakers. The soft plush piggy speakers are powered by USB, and they work with notebooks, desktops, MP3 players, PDAs and other digital devices using a standard 3.5mm stereo audio plug. They are available now for $23.99 from SourcingMap.com.
Tuesday, December 16, 2008
Want to bring a little bit of the holiday spirit into your workplace or home computer desk? There is no easier way than with this mini Christmas aquarium. All that is needed is a simple USB port to plug into (or 2 AA batteries) and you can watch the Santa swimming and playing in the aquarium and feel your stress fading away! The Christmas Aquarium is available now at SourcingMap.com for $10.99.
Monday, December 15, 2008
Here is a great gadget that can improve air quality, the Car USB Frog Air Purifier. It is designed to generate millions of negative ions to ionize and remove unwanted particles in the air. The frog air purifier comes with a car plug adapter and a USB cable, so you can use it not only in your car, but also in your office or at home. It will cost you all of $19.99.
Wednesday, December 10, 2008
This is such a cute-looking webcam words cannot describe it. Just check it out. The Dinosaur Webcam comes with a 1.3 Mega Pixel resolution and a large window capture size of 1280 x 960. Its head rotates 360 Degrees. To get yours will cost a meagre $16.99, great value!
Sunday, December 7, 2008
This 3-in-1 gadget provides you with a USB 2.0 compliant 4-port hub, a decorative aquarium (rather a poor imitation of one) and also a cell phone holder for practical use. The fake Aquarium USB Hub with cell Phone Holder glows when connected, and it is available now at Sourcingmap.com for $9.99.
Thursday, December 4, 2008
Bugs Bunny would cringe if he knew what his look-alike cousin has to do. Yes, rabbits have big teeth, but they’re for nibbling on carrots, not beer bottles! And still… the Rabbit Keychain Bottle Opener uses those very teeth to help thirsty people in need. It wants to be handy all the time, so his ears are actually carabiners. The Rabbit Bottle Opener comes in 6 colors (silver, pink, yellow, purple, green and blue) and is available now for only $2.99.
Monday, December 1, 2008
If you know of anyone graduating med school, this Doctor Rabbit Webcam may just be the perfect. With its graduation cap on its head and a rolled up grad certificate in its hand, this Dr. Rabbit is ahead of the class compared to standard run of the mill Webcams. The Doctor Rabbit Webcam comes with a 1.3 Mega Pixel resolution, 1/4" CMOS color sensors, and a large window capture size of 640 x 480. It is available now for $17.99 at SourcingMap.com.