Archive for March, 2006

Deleted Text Message Reader.

Deleted Text Message Reader.

This is probably what stalkers love. The Deleted Text Message Reader, reads up the last 20 deletedSMSes from the SIM card. It plugs into a Windows 2K or XP machine and you could extract what you want with the included software.

Angstrom’s A2 Long lasting lighting

Angstrom’s A2 Long lasting lighting
This is the military grade of all torch lights. The A2 uses fuel celle technology from hydrogen fuel. It is brighter, faster and smarter, as A2 puts out 10x more amount of light with it's 1-watt LED for the same power and runs up to 24 hours on a single charge. When it runs out, the liht can be recharged in minutes instead of the hours often required with battery technology.

Casemods galore

Casemods galore

I've visited this website and found out theres heaps of amazing casemods. Though this isn't what we call a gadget, but homemade stuffs are way better than industrial made items. There's a couple of real life dolls made into PC cases, to tiny little Atari like machines. Click here to view them.

Head-shaking USB Dog

Head-shaking USB Dog
This cute little dog nods his head when he detects motion and sound and will bark if someone tries to use your computer without permission. It lets you know if you have new email, alarms and calendar events and could bark a number of songs like Happy Birthday. Yet another thing to keep your USB port occupied.

Cut’s easy with laser scissors

Cut’s easy with laser scissors
Well, most would frown for not being able to cut straight with scissors, especially when it comes with gift wrappings. So there is this new invention, the Laser Scissor. It guides you from being cutting crooked. Just aim the laser and follow the line to cut it. It measures 8 1/2 by 3 1/2 by 1 inches. The laser scissor would only be out from May 10th. For $19.98 per piece, it isn't too bad.

Lego Galvanic Skin Reponse Sensor

Lego Galvanic Skin Reponse Sensor
This is a home made Galvanic Skin Response sensor (a.k.a. lie detector). It's just a Lego motor wire and aluminium foil hooked up together to your fingers, giving an electrical reading to fingers, by measuring how relaxed and dry your fingers are. If you have Lego parts laying around, you could consider building your own.

Bada-Beam Laser Cat Toy

Bada-Beam Laser Cat Toy
This is one toy your cat wouldn't get tired of. Instead of rolling a ball of yarn or let them have their own scratch pad, for only $19.95, you could get this cone-shaped device that will project a dot around the room for kitty to chase all day. Least your cat wouldn't get bored out of it.

RFID-Enabled Casino Chips

RFID-Enabled Casino Chips
A Korean company has been embedding RFID into casino chips that makes chip counting easier. The range on the RFID chips would be around 3 meters, perfect within the average poker table. The RFID tags will communicate with RFID compatible handheld and this technology will aid in player-to-player gambling interactions as well as dealer-to-player interactions.

Floppy Disk isn’t really dead

Floppy Disk isn’t really dead

Well, floppy disks were previously known to store data, but now retailer American Science & Surplus makes the disks useful again. The Mock-Floppy Brush is a floppy disk with a 2-1/2" long row of anti-static nylon brushes on the end of it. You can dust your computer and around it. It comes in colors of lime, tangerine or grape and sells for $1.95 each.

Sony’s brand new Hi-MD Walkman

Sony’s brand new Hi-MD Walkman
Sony has released its latest Hi-MD portable player and recorder with studio quality recording. The MZ-RH1 can store music in linear PCM format which enables recorded music to retains its quality like the original. The MZ-RH1 supports other formats, such as MP3, ATRAC, ATRAC3 and ATRAC3plus. It will be available in Japan and Europe in April & May respectively. No news of the releasein the U.S.

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