The Anti Radiation Mobile Phone Pouch. Protect your body from ‘dangerous cell-phone radiation’ with this shielded carrying pouch. Available in black, grey or Geiger counter yellow (just kidding). $24.99. Check out the Pocket Shield too. The Anti-Radiation Pouch utilizes a protective anti-radiation shield between the outer and inner layers of the backside of the pouch to minimize electromagnetic exposure to your vital body parts.Read More
Monthly Archives: May 2006
Roast Chicken on a Keyring.
Roast Chicken on a Keyring. Look we just report it, OK? We have absolutely no chuffin’ idea why you’d want to carry around a $5.00 miniature roast chicken on a keyring. Honest we don’t. If we did we’d tell you. Really. Now please. We’ve got a headache. Thanks. In Japan these keychains are used to attach to your mobile phone. Sometimes it seems the more of these you have attached to your Keitai Denwa (Mobile Phone) then the higher your…Read More
Pin in the Map.
Pin in the Map. Google Maps plus some smarts = a neat way of sending map info of a specific location via email. Mark it, attach some info, send the link. The links are permanent, you can have private and public links, and it creates Google Earth links too. It’s pretty darn cool all round, mateys. When you’re happy with your preview, click “save”. The system will remember what zoom level you were at, and the type of map you…Read More
The Neofree NF-4400. Need power? Lots of it? Then you might find comfort in the arms of one of these rechargeable battery packs. 4400mAh says plenty enough juice to run your iPod music library on a weekend trip. By adopting elegance of design, you can come to be satisfactory. The portable battery pack (secondary battery) can be charged by home power source (AC110-220V) and then carry it with you anytime anywhere to charge your digital devices(without external AC power) conveniently…Read More
The Lexon Touchscreen Clock. Cute and €35.00. You want us to say more? Pfaff. Electro-luminous display operated by pressing the glass. Dot-metric display (LCD micro-points) with time, date and day. Supplied with battery.Read More
The BioTrainer is being billed as a ‘revolutionary’ medical quality monitor which measures your calorie consumption and activity levels. Gosh. $49.95. Review here and don’t you dare call it a pedometer, OK? The BioTrainer is a sophisticated, yet simple to use device about the size of a pager with an LCD display. It measures the amount of calories you’ve burned and the amount of physical activity you’ve undergone in real-time. Typically worn on your waistband, it can also be worn on different…Read More
The X1 Electric Concept Car. What happens when you take one Arial Atom chassis, and combine it with a 3 phase AC induction electric motor? Er…you get 0–60 in 3 seconds, 170 mpg equivalent, a top speed of 112 mph and 100 mile range. Now that’s what we call ‘lean, mean and green.’ The X1 prototype is a concept car, and a test platform. It is not a production car, and never will be. It’s a proof-of-concept vehicle that will…Read More
A mechanical Robo-Roach that may end up being a roach hunter? Spooky stuff ma. The tiny robot smells and acts just like a roach, fooling the real insects into accepting it as one of their own. Through its behaviour, the robot can persuade a group of cockroaches to venture out into the light despite their normal preference for the dark, for example.Read More
Free WiFi, whee!
FON. A global free Wi-Fi community, a bit like a wireless timeshare. You share your Wi-Fi connection with members and you can then use that of others when you travel. Sounds v. cool to us. ON is a Global Community of people who share WiFi. Share your WiFi broadband access at home/work and enjoy FREE WiFi Access all over the world! FON, share locally, enjoy globally!…The bandwidth of your equipment will be controlled in such a way that you will…Read More
Through a scanner brightly…
Police Scanner Alarm Clock. There are clearly people who will enjoy being woken in the morning by the sounds of gunfire and police emergencies being played gently in their ear. The Ferret is probably not, it’s safe to say, one of them. Complete with weather station and atomic clock functionality too. $199.95. This is the first publicly available product to automatically alert the user to special announcements and weather alerts broadcast on AM, FM, and the National Oceanic & Atmospheric…Read More
Bio Computer on a Stick.
The Bio Computer on a Stick. Your very own USB powered, Linux based, bootable computing environment, with biometric security built in. Use it to take your computing with you wherever you go, to run safely on whatever machine you come across in your travels. However you do need to re-boot from the supplied mini-CD. $199.99. The Bio Computer-On-a-Stick solves these worries by providing your own USB powered Linux based bootable private computing environment… protected by fingerprint scan of course. All the…Read More
USB Foot Cam.
The USB Foot Cam. Ridiculous thing that it is, somehow still one senses a lost, almost childlike feeling of purpose about this transitional work. Inside the shape, tonal edge and subtle primitive ergonomics we catch a glimpse of the artist in all of his or her reflected glory. Pseuds Corner, 2006. $22.00. With this stylish designed USB Foot Web Cam with LED + Microphone, your PC will turn into an Internet audio-visual phone. You can add sound to video clips with its built-in…Read More
The Bio Mat.
The Bio Mat Mini rejuvenates (oh yes), renews (Lordi yes), restores (yes yes) and soothes. What more could you ask, dear brother believers? $550.00. The Bio-Mat mx Amethyst is a high-tech Negative Ion and Infrared Ray treatment system that emits many negative Ions and Far Infrared Rays, which contribute to a healthy life. Although specifically designed for clinical use, it can function in the home or care facility. The Bio-Mat™ mx system is an advanced and effective product developed by…Read More
WAP Reader. Set up your very own WAP based server based IMAP4 email system. Clever and free. imap4/pop3 support * ssl support * supports base64 and quoted-printable mail encodings * supports all charsets supported by iconv() * written with PHP * user friendly interfaceRead More
Fishin’ for favours?
What’s 106 cm long, comes with on-board GPS, a fish finder and a water temperature sensor for checking conditions at predator depths? Yep, a remote controlled fishing boat, Japanese style. $6000.00 says you can’t wait to run out of batteries at sea. [Via Seihin]Read More