I think that 13 year old girl who won the text message contest could use this infra-red heating pad. The USB gadget is designed to relieve pain and aches via infra-red, which has been a known method for relief. USB Fever is offer the heating pad for $21 and includes…wait for it…a doctor’s warning before use.
The USB infra-red heating pad can get up to 113F so it’s recommended to move or reposition every 15 minutes. Thomas from USB Fever indicates
So what would your fully loaded gadget mouse hold? I would start with the Brando USB mouse label maker. That’s a great idea – although for limited labeling – as it’s a small area to hold ribbon.
In addition, I’d like to see a flash memory card read for download. Maybe a VoIP phone for when I travel. How about an aroma dish on the side to make the office smell nice. Tack on some gaming buttons for when I need to take a break and play half-life. And to top it off, cover the super gadget mouse with
The USB aroma and humidifier is the answer to the call. If you dry up during the fall season or in air-conditioned offices than a personal humidifier could help those dry hands, lips and face.
Using safe ultrasonic waves the USB humidifier and aroma dispenser helps you breath easier and stay moist. In addition you can add your own aroma oils to attract that office cougar you’ve been eyeing.
The humidifier works in a couple different modes
Looking for an edge in the marketplace, LG is launching a “jewelry concept” line of MP3 players. The Stone has been around, but the newer version has brushed metal body, USB connector and full color 65,000 OLED display.
The Shining Stone UPS S2 comes in 1, 2 & 4GB sizes with jewelry like style names such as black diamond, crystal silver, ruby red, pink topaz and sapphire blue.
Still a tough sell for the MP3 connoisseur, unless LG includes the model with the player. THEN we’re onto something.
Source: Aving News
Today is Halloween 2007 and I figured to throw in a dressed up USB drive. Whazatt put enough effort into marketing this USB Chicken foot.
As Vice President Roy Barker states, “This is an opportunity to make the extraordinary out of the ordinary—to be creative and functional at the same time. We love this product for the simple fact that it can make people walking by stop, turn their head and have a laugh.”
Well Roy – I’m not sure about a laugh, but you got a second take from me.
Banpresto of Japan is coming out with a full line of Gundam gadgets. Of the collection are two USB gadgets, USB hub and USB Ionizer.
So what is Gundam? It’s a 30 year old Odyssey for the Japanese geek, like Star Wars or Harry Potter for the folks in the West.
The original series, which introduced a war between the Earth Federation and the rebellious space colonies of Zeon, didn’t even muster a large enough audience to warrant a full season back in 1979. Yet it spawned a group of TV, movie and manga sequels, spin-offs and compilations so extensive that only the most ardent fan could even try—and probably fail—to list them all.
So given this information my US readers have fallen asleep or clicked off to another site, but for my Japanese fan base [small] Gundam is getting into