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JBL Reference Series Bluetooth headphones, pure amazement

These are beautiful. That isn’t the only complement you will read about these amazing headphones, so get ready. First, the looks. They are designed so well and they seem to attract eyeballs no matter what. The curves all over the place seem like they might be too much, but in the end it all just fits. These are the Reference ...

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Ditch that DSLR viewfinder with the Zigview S2

It’s one of the sacrifices that must be made to be a full convert to the DSLR ways: losing the live LCD preview. Using a DSLR means looking through the viewfinder, unless you are so talented that you can perfectly place your subjects in the right frame without even looking at a preview. If that is you, then you don’t ...

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i.Sound Plasma iPod Speaker System brings the effect

Staring at this plasma globe brings back memories from middle school science class and how ridiculous people looked when they touched one of these things. Their hair standing at attention. At one point or another, when we were all kids, we all dreamed of owning one of these things. With images filling our heads of dreams of fun filled hours ...

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Ultra-light Jensen SportFones headphones

Lugging an iPod or other wired device to a gym or on a hike can be a disastrous situation. It seems that your focus lies more on keeping the headphones plugged into the device then on your exercise, which can lead to exhaustion and even injury. The Jensen SportFone’s have a built in 512MB MP3 player. A perfect amount of ...

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Altoids Can Morse Code Oscillator: Go beep yourself

Here’s a pretty cool little DIY idea from some guy on the Hacked Gadgets forum. For whatever reason, he has made a Morse Code Oscillator out of an Altoids can. It’s usefulness is questionable and it’s appearance is interesting, to put it nicely. The maker of the Oscillator says there is still problems he’s working out, such as an over ...

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National’s new bloodpressure meter warns users of wrong usage

A lot of people have the habit of keeping their own bloodpressure measurer at home, and it is quite common that these meters are inaccurate. Since they have been out in the market for so long, and even hospitals use automatic bloodpressure meters more than mercury sphygnomanometers nowadays, it tells us that their accuracy has indeed improved throughout the years, ...

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Sonic-Scrubber: Electric toothbrush for cleaning purpose

Most of us know that the toothbrush is one of the great inventions ever that can serve multiple purposes. Not only can they be used to brush our teeth, they can also be used to clean nasty stains around the kitchen sink  (ask your mom). We have seen electric toothbrushes around for a while now, but JIC has actually renamed ...

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Review: iMainGo portable iPod speakers

At Macworld, the iMainGo booth had a steady flow of people in awe at what they were witnessing, portable iPod speakers that pumped out major dosages of great sound. By saying portable, the implication is not that these can be crammed into your backpack. The iMainGo unit can be held in your hand just fine. With simple access to your ...

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The Simpsons Pinball Machine for your home arcade: Ready, Set, D’oh!

Although not the first of The Simpsons gear, it might be the coolest, and is certainly the most expensive. The Simpsons Pinball Machine brings the power of cartoon-themed arcade games into your home with all of the features of the original Simpsons pinball game. Along with a talking Homer head, Itchy and Scratchy targets, and the famous garage door, The ...

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Kiss Me Meter saves relationships and bad dates

        Nothing is more embarrassing then after finally laying a big wet one your date, only to realize that the garlic you ate at dinner was heavy enough on your breath to make the cast of The Godfather shun you. If your going on enough dates or have really bad breath problems, the Seju Kiss Me Meter ...

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