Panasonic RP-HTX7 headphones

Panasonic decided to go with a retro look with their new headphones, the RP-HTX7. These headphones incorporate a leather style headband, pastel painted headphones, and large cup headphones to bring back that look of the good-ole days. Not only does Panasonic give the RP-HTX7 a cool design, but they also give them cool features. Some of the features include 40mm ...

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Gaffer’s Bounce Lamp directs diffused light to make you prettier

Diffused light, it’s that stuff that photographers are always trying to find. Basically, it makes for better pictures because it isn’t as hard as direct sunlight is. Why does diffused light have to be reserved for photographers? The designers of the Gaffer’s Bounce Lamp believe that it doesn’t. This nice little lamp is meant to be set on your desk ...

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Super cheap DH-S600 speakers fit anyone’s budget

If you were to look at the price of these small speakers, you would think that they were being sold at Target during their after-Christmas sale. Fortunately, the price of $12 will stay for as long as you wish, or at least until Dunherm stops making them. These DH-S600 speakers are very simple, sleek and get the job done. Each ...

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Gearfuse Plumbers: Sharp overdoes the AQUOS phone idea

In Japan, Sharp has already released AQUOS DMB (One-Seg) phones for NTT DoCoMo (SH903iTV) and Softbank (905SH and 911SH), so the next target is AU KDDI. And we managed to dig up a leaked pic of what’s supposed to be the W51SH from Sharp, surprise surprise surprise, the same old Cyclone screen design is used. The difference between Sharp’s Cyclone ...

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Kone Vacuum designed specifically for kone heads

It seems nowadays that every appliance is getting the same treatment as computers: every three months your computer is outdated. Yes this problem has even come to the vacuum with the Kone, the next step in vacuum design. ¬†This vacuum steps out in a different direction with its design because, you guessed it, itís shaped like a cone. The folks ...

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Ford looks to hit it big with the Mustang-based Interceptor Concept

Ford is set to unveil a new concept at the North American International Auto Show on January 7th: the Interceptor. This beast combines the power of the ever popular Mustang and the looks of a truck in a style not seen in Ford cars very often (or never). Even though the Interceptor is based on the Mustangís chassis, it is ...

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Happy New Year from everyone at Gearfuse!

It’s been quite a year in technology. From Google’s continued domination to the expansion of Web 2.0 and social networks. 2006 was Gearfuse’s first year in the industry, and we eagerly await our inevitable release onto 2007. So, from everyone at Gearfuse, Happy New Year, and thank you for visiting. Come again soon! — Gearfuse Staff

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Linux Open Source Greenphone: Hey, it’s worth a try

Developers are gonna love this. The Linux Trolltech Greenphone, complete with SDK tools is really more of a tool or a kit then a “phone” per se. Linux has advertised this phone as a tool for developers to create new software for mobile phones, but on a totally open source spectrum. Its $700 price tag confirms the point that this ...

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Ouija Mouse Pad: Grandpa’s spirit loves it

Why someone would think their mouse to be a communication aid into other realms is beyond us, but if you happen to be one of those few, or you’re just maybe looking for an interesting new mouse pad, then check out the Ouija Mouse Mat. The classic spirit provoking game makes its first appearance in mouse pad form and evidently ...

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