Savit Micro portable hard drives keep out your pesky housemates

Passwords are getting so old. Aren’t you sick and tired of trying to remember what the passwords are for that account you created last year, but are only now getting around to using it? And last year you had a couple different passwords, but you cant remember whether which password from last year it was. Well, the Savit Micro DataMore ...

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O’Neill H3 Series Video Backpack: look, no hands!

Do you ever have one of those moments snowboarding that were just amazing, but when you get back to the lodge to brag to your friends about it, no one believes you? Well O’Neill allows you to get your bragging rights back with the H3 Series Video Backpack. This backpack for the action sport enthusiast is first off perfect for ...

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Bluetrek ST1 Bluetooth headphones add overly large exoskeleton

Wireless, specifically Bluetooth, headphones are starting to pick up momtentum, and for good reason. No one really wants to worry about that annoying wire that allows the person next to you to rip the headphones out if they want to talk to you. Maybe you should get rid of that per son sitting next to you instead. Either way, the ...

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SonyEricsson W200i prototype floating around

We know that it is only in a matter of days before SonyEricsson would issue their first product announcement in 2007. So we spotted this W200i prototype floating around online. Supposedly this would be a low-end Walkman phone with Walkman 1.0 interface, Memorystick Micro (M2) slot, 176×220 CSTN screen (screen type to be confirmed), a basic VGA camera and FM ...

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Brightec paper glows in the dark, brings back Halloween

Glow-in-the-dark. Everything that glows in the dark can be turned into a toy for little kids to play with. Then come the glow sticks. Way more fun, until someone decides that it might be really cool to cut it open, and most of the time, scissors aren’t around so they use their teeth. Good times. Now there is a glow-in-the-dark ...

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Walletex: an MP3 player with your credit cards

So now that the Zune has come out, everyone is griping about how big it is compared to the iPod. Then take the Nano compared to the iPod. Then take the Shuffle compared to the Nano. Once you get to the Walletex compared to the Shuffle, that’s where we stop. The Walletex is currently the slimmest/thinnest MP3 player, and its ...

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Vakaadoo iVak nano cases slim down what was already small

It’s a welcomed feature: less material. Nobody wants more bulk. The new Vakaadoo iVak cases for the iPod nanos deal with this concept in a very nice way. They accomplish what a case is meant to accomplish in a stylish and efficient manner. Vakaadoo has make a slim case to fit with the very slim design of the nano. And ...

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Samsung whips it out with X830

Samsung’s new X830 cell phone has a look not shared with many phone on the market today; it has a switchblade-like design, which might not be the best design in the current times. You might pull out this phone, flip/slide it open, and some woman will pepper spray you in the face thinking you have a switchblade. The X830 is ...

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Parking Meter Alarm: relieve yourself from parking tickets

There are 2 situations you never want to be in with a parking meter: first, when you get to one only to realize you have no quarters, and second, when you come back to your car, arms loaded with bags, only to find you got a parking ticket for being 5 minutes late. What’s great about the Parking Meter Alarm ...

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Chestnut Hill Sound George outdoes preexisting iPod docks

The new Chestnut Hill Sound George iPod dock and speakers make your current dock seem so commonplace, so normal. What makes this product so amazing is that after you dock your iPod, the front panel comes off to become a fully functional remote. So maybe your dock’s remote is cool, but does it have a jogwheel that mirrors every function ...

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