Posts by tag: gadget

Gadgets June 11, 2012 posted by

Screaming Banshee Horn System could save your life by waking the dead

  There are times when you’re driving that you need to make a loud noise in a hurry, usually in an emergency situation which could be a matter of life or death. If you’re lucky, you’ve got a nice phat horn to blow, enough to avoid peril, if you’re not so fortunate you’ll only manage a feeble parp, which is likely to be blown away by the slightest gust of wind. Result, catastrophe.

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cool tech June 9, 2012 posted by

Super WiFi Antenna picks up WiFi signals from up to a mile away

There’s one truth in this world. You can never have enough WiFi coming into your life. it’s all about the signal, right? There’s lots of ways you can get it, like standing on the roof of your car, or hoisting your laptop up a mountain, but for the more conventional of us, the best way is to find yourself a top quality bolt-on antenna.

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Gadgets June 4, 2012 posted by

Prosepra Massage Pen helps you keep calm and carry on

Everyone suffers from stress at one time or another. Hassles at work, domestic strife, going on vacation without the cat, it all adds up and the results can be nasty in terms of our health and general well-being. Which means, of course, there are a million people trying to sell us stuff to relieve the stress and please make it go away mummy.

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Bookmark This! June 1, 2012 posted by

Mini X Android TV Box converts your television into an Android Smart TV

Right now it’s no good just having yourself a television, it’s got to be a smart one. What that means, of course, varies from person to person. To your old Aunt Agatha it probably means it’s got a fancy remote control. To your geek mate, nothing less than a Dilythium powered 70 inch will do. But for the rest of us mere mortals, ‘smart’ tends to indicate an ability to connect to the Internet in some way.

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cool tech May 31, 2012 posted by

Sound BlasterAxx blows away portable speaker rivals

There’s a vast number of portable speakers on the market right now, ranging from ultra cheap and flimsy Chinese products at $15, to expensive branded models from companies like Bose at $266 and more. Until now, though, these portable speakers have been fairly ho-hum. Sure, the best offer decent sound and good battery life, but in general it’s been a case of a speaker is a speaker is a speaker. Until now.

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cool tech May 29, 2012 posted by

Self Adjusting Reading Glasses let you control your vision with a twist

The older you get, the harder it is to see clearly. For instance many older people can’t see that politicians tend to enjoy lining their own pockets at every opportunity. As you get older you also fail to see how odd it is to fear flying, since it’s clearly the safest form of transport ever made. Physical vision is also a problem, because your eyes refuse to switch focus like they used to, and you’re left having to buy sixteen pairs…

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cool tech May 28, 2012 posted by

Wall Powered Wireless Signal Repeater extends your Wifi range to infinity and beyond

Dead spots suck. When WiFi first appeared they promised us massive range, no problems with obstructions and all sorts of impressive speed stuff. But the fact is WiFi signals are fussier than your Aunt Dolly on a hot day in July; a single flimsy partition wall is enough to stop the signal dead, which can be really annoying if all you want to do is kick back next door and watch some YouTube on your tablet in peace.

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Gadgets May 28, 2012 posted by

Easy Shovel makes for effortless snow, sand or dirt shovelling

This Easy Shovel accessory is one of those innovative gadgets that immediately makes you say, ‘if it works as good as it seems, why don’t shovel makers offer it as a default accessory?’ The adjustable strap is attached to the shaft of a conventional shovel via a Velcro collar, and you then use the strap to gain extra leverage and so save yourself from back pain when you’re shovelling dirt, sand, snow or whatever. Sometimes the simple ideas are the best? The little gidget…

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cool tech May 26, 2012 posted by

Dry Eye Relief Sunglasses sooth your tired eyes all day long

You know that painful itching you sometimes feel when you’re out and about in dry weather? Where it feels like there are tiny grains of sand lodged behind your eyelids which refuse to come out no matter how hard you blink or rub. Yeah, not very nice is it? There’s any number of reasons why we get dry eyes. In some cases it’s a clinical issue, in others environmental, but now there’s a brave attempt to deal with the problem using an…

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