Ever since the creation of consoles, gamers have been modifying their systems for multiple reasons. Some were seeking more performance, others were unlocking game secrets, or some just wanted to make their console look cool. Calibur11 delivers on the latter. They have some killer designs that can totally change the look of your Xbox, and there are some mods for Wii and PS3 in the works.
We have all been there, 30 outlets, but only able to use 6. Nothing is more frustrating than buying a monster power strip with 30 or more outlets only to find most of them are un-useable. Not because there is something wrong with the outlets, but the shape of the power adapter you are plugging in ends up covering 2 or 3 additional outlets. Then there are those fat power adapters that can only be plugged in from one angle and naturally that angle makes almost half the power strip useless. Pivot Power, from Quirky has a solution. Pivot Power is a flexible power strip that can help reduce some of that frustration.
Take a look at this, a bookshelf that you could potentially purchase from a store for about... oh... $10? So long that when heavy contents are placed along the center, it bends and arcs. Designer / artist Daniel Eatock saw this situation and decided to make the best out of it by grabbing all of his favorite books and placing them along the center in a perfect order, an order so perfect that the arc of the shelf and the height of each of the books perfectly compliment one another in harmony.
If Jabba the Hutt celebrated Christmas the celebration would probably include a bikini-clad princess dancing around, lots of frogs in jars to eat, and a bounty hunter delivering a carbonite encased Han Solo as a gift. This really cool Christmas ornament has surfaced at Oddee and it rocks.
Geeks like weird stuff. If that weird stuff happens to not be a gadget, that's fine. We need to decorate our homes too. My wife is always buying some sort of soap to put in the bathroom that we aren’t allowed to use, which is silly to me.
When I think of HP, I always think of printers and computers. The company has announced a new offering with Nickelodeon that uses HP printing tech to make the wall art. This is more than just a sticker you can stick to the wall, it's more like a giant mural. The offerings have characters from popular Nick shows like SpongeBob SquarePants.
Christmas ornaments have been in stores around here since a few weeks before Halloween. With November here holiday commercials are playing on TV and you can find all the decorations you need for Christmas everywhere.
I never in a million years would have though Sears of all places would sell a risque pillow. Yet here we are and there are no pigs flying. Sears has a new pillow for lonely geeks that has a set of boobs and an arm.