It’s a bee, it’s a fly…no, it’s a USBee! This bendable neck USB that looks like a bee is not a promotional tool for the sucky Bee Movie. It’s actually a stand alone product that looks like, well, a bee.
It’s sexy bee curvature makes you want to own one, naturally. Anything shiny is eye catching, what more if it beds. It also comes with a heat ventilator too…how awesome is that? :D
This is interesting. I am was wondering how one uses it till I came across this video. I must say it would save a lot of space and a whole lot of pain from carpal tunnel if you’re not careful. Imagine playing warcraft with this baby.
MP3 comes in all forms and sizes these days including a Lego Looking MP3 Player. The only thing we haven’t seen in MP3 form is probably a sex toy that plays your favorite music while you apply some self-love…O_o. Oh wait a minute….we HAVE seen MP3 in forms of a sex toy already: The OhMiBod personal massager for iPod LOL! Well, the iPod itself isn’t the toy, the extension goes with it.
Anyway, the Lego looking MP3 Player without further ado is a plastic product by Homade. It looks exactly like the lego bricks you used to play with as a little kid. It’s cute, I think. It would fit very well in a nursery because no child is growing into a chic and cool teen with a lego block slung on his/her body. A block is $46. Not sure if it includes headphones.
Oh and if you have an iPod, pick up their iPod dock too, Lego style, for $40 bucks.
The Philips Spot-On light is just what every home needs. At times when you’re fumbling with the keys to open your door into a dark house, joints are bound to be knocked somewhere. The Owwwwww factor is just hard to bear sometimes. I know because I’ve actually hit my shoulders on the wall rack the other day and now it’s bruised. God damn.
Probably the most affordable projector around. While other people are lower their cost to hit the $3k barrier, Mitsubishi is already hitting the $2k one. Good, now everyone can afford one – who needs big screen plasma when your entire wall can your screen ;)
This is created by a Japanese company called Actbrise. It’s a hands-free keyboard that detect head movements for those who has impaired upper body movement. The user just needs to tilt his/her head to activate the pointer, to click and to enter data. It is an extremely useful keyboard that will help those to be independent. The keyboard and the works costs 298,000 Yen ($2600).
Okay, it’s not a dress up day in Japan but it’s definitely a day that EVERYBODY in the world should take note. It’s a day where you will get ridiculously low prices for things you like in US. Okay, I know it’s got nothing to do with Japan but heeeeellll you have the internet no? Go to Amazon.com and get yourself something or something or something. Go to all those computer and gadget stores in the US and hunt for the deal. If it wasn’t for the bitter winter cold, I’d be standing outside Kohls at 4am on Friday waiting to charge in with my rugby suit.
Speaking sale, I do hope they have sale for the JBL Spyro…
It’s sooooo pretty. It comes in 3 or 5 colors too…:)
Look at JVC’s new in-ear headphones, HA-FX300 – they look like any other headphones except that they boast having different materials used to make them. Folks at JVC calls it “bi-metal structure” made from aluminum and a stainless steel base. Check out these spiffy-looking earplugs.
I have to agree with Daimaou that the older generation usually have more money to spend than the younger generation. But here is what I don’t really get when I looked at Yamaha’s new SACD and Amp. So, it’s suppose to look like how it was 20 years ago and it would definitely bring some nostalgia into some of our elders, which will push them to spend the money on buying this. But the keyword here is “friendly”, is Yamaha’s target friendly to the older crowd? We are talking 40 and 50 year olds here – some with back problems or whatever. How friendly is a 38kg combined weight of SACD and Amp to the older crowd?
This sleek and stylist headphones are made for comfort and beauty without sacrificing quality. And by no means and I exaggerating. I have looked at several reviews online on the Bang & Olufsen’s Form 2 and yet, nothing rates below 4 out of 5. Yet, even with all the quality, comfort and style, Form 2 comes to a very reasonable price – $100.
I think it makes a perfect gift for someone you love. Christmas is not toooo far away :)