The UVmini [as they call it] comes in two models.Â A USB version and a USB + battery version.Â Obviously the second version is geared toward the germ-a-fobes who travel and uses a lithium battery which can cycle 10 cleanings.Â I would opt for the battery pack as keeping your toothbrush cleaning kit tethered to your computer’s USB port is a bit ridiculous [yet again, another reason to get a USB outlet kit]. We don’t have any price information as of yet but they should start hitting Pan-Asian vendors shortly. The rest of the world will have to wait a bit longer. Continue Reading
This is the first I’ve heard of this product, and interestingly enough, I found it just near Father’s Day.Â Granted, it’s not something you’d like to receive from your kid, but maybe a great joke to plan on “conservative” Dad. At just $11 USD how can you resist? So here is the kicker, to make the LED turn on, you simply brush the nipple.Â To turn it off, brush the nipple again.Â Hmm, sounds about right.
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The facade printer is an inkdot printer which looks like a paint gun mounted on a portable deck. The paint gun is controlled via software and connects via USB cable. From here the facade printer uses stepper motors to control the firing position of the barrel and point the end towards it’s next mapped position.
Through this technology it is now easy to make a pointillism type image on buildings, bridges, or any large scale surface. I think this is a particularly interesting method for retails to promote products to the masses much like a freeway billboard. Visit the facadeprinter.org website to learn more or what the video below. CNET News. Continue Reading
If it could only be that simple. The beer can humidifier appears to be a cool mist product, powered by USB and holds about 8oz of water. The Grunhaus can includes a timer to regulate the time in which you get your “treatment.” The Grunhaus Beer Can humidifier isn’t cheap [but cool] and comes in at $62. Continue Reading
I’ve seen these things in action, don’t use them around small children, the helicopter blades move so fast, it could cut off a finger if flown right into a child [by mistake of course!]. The Grand NANO is made of light weight metal alloy and has shockproof landing gear.Â This makes it a bit less likely you’ll smash the thing while landing. The Grand NANO has an electronic gyroscope system which provides excellent stability, control and maneuverability. Equally impressive, is the modified poker chip case for quick and easy storage of the USB rechargeable helicopter.
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First, SlipperyBrick and TechFresh reported on the drive earlier today, but we thought a “in the wild” photo would also be fun.Â Here is a snapshot of them multiplying before your eyes.
As SlipperyBrick pointed out, it’s a fun little drive that you can decapitate as well as play out classic MASH scenes or more current Grey’s Anatomy drama. The USB surgeon flash drive can be found at USBGeek.com for just a shade over $20. If we find the doctor or nurse, we’ll let you know…chances are, they are in the supply closet…no wait, that’s Scrubs. Source:Â SlipperyBrick & TechFresh Continue Reading
How about your hands freezing and slowing down your reaction when you are playing game? Sure you’d look ridiculous, but you can’t sacrifice your skills.Â Or how about stuck in an air-conditioned office space because your boss is 400 pounds and needs an ice locker to work in, the USB Christmas warming gloves would help.Â Continue Reading
It’s not clear if this is a marketing piece for Porsche or things to come about how we interface with the cars.Â Wouldn’t it be nice however, to have a USB key to start your car, upload recent maps, download car statistics and diagnostic information, sync MP3 files with your stereo.Â Seems to me the term USB key has been accepted quite nicely by everyone BUT the car manufacturers.
We believe the capacity is 4GBs, but has not been confirmed. Continue Reading