If one doesn’t clean this off and unplug it after heating their liquid it could get very nasty – makes you wonder why you’d pick this over something more simple [and probably just as effective] as a USB mug warmer. Source:Â UberGizmo. Continue Reading
Archive for July, 2008
Some Russian modd’er put in some serious hours making this Steampunk probably one of the best we’ve seen. Right down to the brass wear on the USB connector and cloth material used for the cord. Well done. It seems the mouse itself was shaped into a tank link design with cannons on the top left and right, hatch on the top and oval brass pieces on the side for tread. I don’t know if this is what the modder was going for, but the Steampunk mouse seems to resemble it. As with all Steampunk gear, this one’s not for sale or in production, it’s just a nice piece of hardware which drools craftsmanship and time suckage. Continue Reading
The Estilo GT mouse is extremely cool looking and the ideal gadget gift for that Porsche loving greek friend.Â The Bluetooth dongle sits in the rear trunk of the wireless mouse with left and right clickers along with scroll mouse on the hood.
I guess you could make the argument that some fellow “over seas” chopped up the Estilo design and did the world a disfavor by creating a Porsche mouse, but if that’s you…get a life…it’s a cool looking mouse. The Estilo GT Bluetooth Mouse is $38 and $55 with tiny USB Bluetooth V2.0+EDR adapter (see I knew we’d fit in USB somewhere) Continue Reading
There will be a couple of SportsLive wristbands up for purchase during the All-Star week on MLB.com, where one of them features the broadcast of the Farm Home Run Derby while the other will store a broadcast of the All-Star Game and pre-game ceremony. Included in both is a two-hour MLB Productions documentary entitled “Yankees Stadium: Baseball’s Cathedral,” some desktop wallpapers and ringtones for your phone.
Today’s fans want to consume content when and where they want, across screens large and small,” says Elizabeth Scott, vice president of programming and business affairs for Major League Baseball. “We’re thrilled to make such a versatile product, which includes a complete game broadcast, available as a truly efficient consumer experience. It is fitting that in this final year of Yankee Stadium, fans will be able to own a piece of history after attending these momentous All-Star events.The SportsLive USB wristband includes a microSD card reader so the device gives you 2GBs of data storage on the wristband and unlimited storage through removable microSD. Continue Reading
The iPhone 3G line outside the Manhattan Apple Store on 14th Street at 12:52PM. Estimated wait time was ~4 hours. (Photo credit: MethodShop.com)Earlier this week, Apple also had problems with the relaunch of their data service now called MobileMe (it was previously called iTools and .Mac). The MobileMe service is designed to synchronize a user’s personal data across devices, including the iPhone, but many users were denied access to their accounts this week, including Frank Accarrino. “I’ve been trying to upload pictures from iPhoto to my .Mac website for the past few days but it’s offline. I can’t even get to my Mac mail. I bet Steve Jobs is pissed right now,” Frank told MethodShop.com. Apple is usually known for flawless product launch events. Let’s hope Apple solves these network issues for next time. It’s estimated that 1 million iPhone 3G models were sold in the U.S. this weekend. methodshop Continue Reading
Even as I type this article, my elbow is hanging off the side of the desk so a little more desk space would definitely help me. Ask yourself, do you need a little extra elbow support? Continue Reading
According to Zedomax, my source…and ya the guy who blogs while drinking beer [see the list of articles below – yet again proving my point] the…
Action Sport Drives have teamed up with Santa Cruz to create the first and only authentic USB Flash Drive skateboards. Weâ€™ve combined this innovative design with the graphics from actual Santa Cruz skateboard.So what other crazy things does Max write about while hitting the bottle? Continue Reading
The USB Owl will shimmy it’s head and blink her eyes while you type on the keyboard, all the while making you feel as though you are not alone. To me this seems all a little creepy – some nice tunes in the background would do me just fine. The USB Owl is available in four different colors [white, silver, brown and pink]. Continue Reading
The USB Crunching Dog seems to be a clear cut knock-off of the USB humping dog, just a bit more PG13 for the corporate world.Â The USB Crunching Dog will begin it’s endless “set” of sit-ups while you data transfer those MP3’s from your DAP to your Laptop. Being a USB powered gadget, the little dog has an endless amount of energy and will make your sit-up routine look like a joke.Â All this gadget goodness for $16. Continue Reading
The remaining two characters will be revealed in the next two weeks, and the entire series goes on sale July 23rd. Check out the closeups and a little diorama of Wicket standing on an Imperial Speeder in the woods with several other characters.
After all, what good is a USB drive if it doesn’t look like one of your favorite movie characters and can’t be set it up in little dioramas?
Source: Mimoco. Continue Reading
The super 16 port USB hub has a switch for setting ports to computer A or B.Â Or you can simply keep all 16 ports designated to a single computer.Â Connect your printer, several cameras, web-cam, your handful of USB drives, USB fan, another USB fan if you overheat easily, maybe a USB mask, or USB wrist pad, and of course a USB aroma drive.Â I think you get the picture. The super hub comes in at $140.Â Fully supports the USB 2.0 specification and has a designated power line to insure optimal performance to all those USB powered gadgets.
Dimensions are: 116 x 67 x 63 (mm) Continue Reading