I’m reminded of a flying fairy doll my little sister had as a child every time I look at the Flying Stick Cam. The idea behind is moderately cool but the design falls completely flat, in my opinion.
I know a lot of lefties and I know the importance of having products that fit both right and left handed people, as well as having products that are specifically for each type. When it comes to comfort, it’s better to have a fitted item then an ambidextrous one. A mouse is no exception, it’s something that’s used a lot and so it needs to fit the user comfortably to ease a little bit of the stress of the work day. The Cherry Ergo-Shark left-handed mouse does just that.
Ah, the Wii. Everyone wants one and about half of those people, I’m sure, want everything that could ever go with it. Accessories are very important to some people, especially gamers, and now there is an 18-in-1 Wii Sports Kit to make those lives complete.
It’s my firm belief that anything made by a company called the Chocolate Agency has to be worth something. The E-Paper bracelet isn’t quite a product yet, just a concept, but it’s still a great idea and it makes me very curious.
All in one devices seem to be prevalent today. Not to be outdone by gadget consolidation, Freeplay Energy has launched and all in one power source called the Freeplay Companion.
I picture the makers of the iMep3 singing some warped version of the hokey pokey where you put the TV in and don’t leave the DVD player out, consolidation is what it’s all about. Maybe I have too much time on my hands. In any case the iMep3 is your basic all in one.
I like to think that the idea behind the Eazzzy digital camera concept came about somewhere along the intersection of Make-it-Small and Make-it-USB. It claims itself to be the simplest digital camera around.
Brando has a new product that is two great things in one: it’s small and it’s a Bluetooth adapter. Actually, it’s the world’s smallest Bluetooth adapter so far, barely bigger than a penny.
The EasiShelf is a little dorky. I can imagine finding it in the colored plastic bins at a flea market or finding a baggie of them in my grandma’s cabinet. However, it is useful and I would like one.
I shudder to use the words fanboy/fangirl, I really do but something about the iRing just screams the words. It’s only a concept at the moment but that wont last long I’m sure.