There seem to be days when certain items are prolific and today it seems to be clocks. I’ve seen about half a dozen different kinds of clocks/time devices today. As clocks go, the Time Cube Clock is probably the coolest looking one I’ve seen in awhile.
My room has two temperatures: stifling hot and freezing cold. I have a little A/C and a few fans, and lots of blankets to try to even things out but it never quite works, so I’m always open to new suggestions. The ChiliPad sounds excellent to me.
So two years ago Comcast announced that some or all of their DVR boxes would be getting pimped by the people who make TiVo, well, someone finally got one of those boxes. To be more specific a Mr. Steve Garfield in Boston has gotten one of the boxes.
So check out this safe that stores your valuable stuff under fingerprint scanner (not quite as catchy as lock and key). It’s apparently so secure that its endorsed by the NRA for use with firearms.
Sure, it blatantly rips off two designs, but that doesn’t mean it’s necessarily inferior. It has the same dual-faced design of the F300 and F500 from Samsung, but on the media side, in place of whatever controls the Samsung devices used, there is a click wheel just like those of the iPod.
Well, here’s a new logical approach, take the same things that make speakers sound better and apply them to ear buds. Well, JVC did just that and made these ear buds out of wood with what looks like a bass port and everything.
So there is the Radeon HD 3450, 3470, and 3650 the loose specs of each were leaked out over the internet on Christmas. The cheapest, at about $50, is the 3450 featuring an RV620 core with 525MHz core and 256MB of memory and DisplayPort for HD video.
This nVidia 8800 series graphics card is packing a full gigabyte of memory. And, they operate at a gigabit per chip (there are 8 of them), oh, and there are a bunch of power saving features to keep things green, like money.
It looks a lot like the LG enV or the Nokia E90, but its nothing like either of those. It flips open to reveal a full QWERTY keyboard, a D-Pad, and a larger screen than the external one.
Apparently ever since 2005 the Army has slowly been integrating Apple technology into their systems. Not a big deal you might say, but they are doing it for security reasons, which is a new one by me.