For all those that can't quite let go of their love of aliens and UFO's, this little light might be a cool accessory to add to your bedroom in the basement of your mother's house. Alright, in all fairness it is pretty cool lamp, even if it does appear a bit childish to your significant other.
Thanks to our friends in the least secretive part of the government, the FCC, we have pictures, and news of LG’s newest slim LCD display. Just how slim is it?
Its nearly a UMPC except it seems to be lacking a keyboard and its only running WinCE 5.0, not XP like it appears. It runs WinCE with 64MB of RAM and still offers up WiFi, MSN Messenger, Skype, TCPMP, WMP, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and a PDF viewer.
I don’t like oil burners, I had a horrific experience with one where I set my desk on fire. I have a glass desk and when you have an oil fire on a glass desk, throwing water on it only spreads the fire around. I will never buy another one, not even the USB Aroma Oil Burner and Radio.
Check out this neat little flashlight whose end is literally the automotive power adapter that plugs in to charge it. There is also an orange cone tip for the light so you can use it to signal traffic like a police officer (although I wouldn’t recommend it).
Watching TV in the dark causes eye strain. We all know this but we still do it, in fact I prefer it which probably explains my need for glasses. For those of you who are concerned about eye screen Illuminaire offers a solution that is very pleasing to the eye.
Check out these speakers that double as ground lighting for your event or party. They have color changing LEDs and look like Moons, if you will, when they are on the white LED. And the sound, from the speakers, its projected out in a 360 degree range instead of just wherever its directed.
So at art galleries they have these lamps that hand over the art to light it up to make sure you can see it because the lighting at the galleries usually suck. With these you get to lose the heat and the cord and the necessity to change the bulb all the time.
I can’t tell you how many times I’ve sneaking around a building late at night with only my flashlight to guide me and hoping that I remember everything I see when I get home, mostly because I’ve never done that. If I did do that and often enough I would look to the Flashlight DVR, from Swann Security, to help me.
I grew up in one of those houses where every holiday had decorations and even some made up holidays had some. What I’m saying is, my mother loves decorations. However, my father doesn’t enjoy them so much, especially if he has to take part in putting them up. The Lazy Man’s Holiday Lights, though, is a great way to please both of them by putting up your lights only once.