Tag Archives: handhelds

HyMini Wind Powered Device Charger Puts The Green In Awesome

So, the HyMini might be much ado about nothing, but it’s still pretty impressive and potentially a great idea for green integration in the future. Dubbed as a “mini green hybrid power station”, you charge the HyMini up from a main. When you go out for a bike or car-ride, attach the little guy to your vehicle, and the wind ...

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3D IQ Sphere: The Rubik’s Ball?

The Rubik’s puzzle has long been known for its cube-shaped colorfulness. Despite a few exceptions, the Rubik’s Cube remains just that, a six colored cube. What if you were to take the Rubik’s Cube, and mold it into the shape of a ball. You’d have something that looks eerily similar to the 3D IQ Sphere. The 70 mm diameter of ...

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X5 Hairlaser Pretends To Prevent Baldness

If male haircare had a placebo pill, the X5 Hairlaser would be it. While we don’t have any scientific proof to back up that the laser is just some gimmick, the X5’s descriptive method of blasting, “15 distinct points of coherent laser light directly to your scalp at the optimum power and wavelength,” sounds like a quote straight from an ...

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Coach’s Clipboard Keeps Coach Busy While You Slack Off

Sport team coaches have the habit of being overbearing. And by overbearing, we mean on your ass like a gerbil to his Richard Gere (oh…snap!). Coaches need a gadget to keep their minds occupied so you athletes can take a break. The Coach’s Clipboard uses Wi-Fi technology to keep your coach up to snuff with all of the latest coaching ...

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Eletronic Holy Bible: Now Available In Grape Flavor!

Electronic Holy Bible’s really aren’t interesting, and haven’t been “cutting edge” since around 1995, but there was something about the purple color scheme of this particular device that was screaming to be written about. More particularly, pointed and laughed at. A 1M-bit databank (omgz, massive data power!), ensures that the bible verses you so crave are always at your fingertips. ...

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ECG On The Road: Check Your Ticker

Hearts are-a racing. The warmer seasons are approaching and you know what that means. The ladies are going to be flocking to the streets wearing some pretty skimpy outfits. Don’t put yourself in risk of having yet another cleavage induced heart attack. Carry around a portable ECG device. The portable ECG lets you check your heart stability when out-and-about on ...

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Mobile Search Device From The Future

The future of Internet searching has a strong future, especially as long as companies like the world-dominating Google keep making the most of mobility and advanced search algorithms. The Internet Search: Mobile Version incorporates a touchscreen, built-in camera, WiFi, Google Map and Search, and image recognition to produce a search platform like nothing we’ve never seen. If you’re wondering what ...

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Philips Puts Phone On Alkaline Life Support

They’ve been talking about it for over a year, but finally Philips has delivered on their AAA-powered mobile phone. The phone comes with the standard lithium ion battery, but also gives you the option of shoving in a battery to keep the phone on life support for an extra three hours.

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SIM Card Manager: Dude, Where’s My Translator?

Looking very much like one of those translating/portable dictionary devices from yesteryear, the SIM Card Manager is actually a lot more useful than you’re led to believe from its appearance. Offering the sexiness of a full QWERTY keypad, the device can save 3 different SIM card phone number databases on its on-board storage, providing you with a back-up plan unless ...

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Hide Your iPod Inside Of A Piece Of Tech History

When we got our first Walkman for Christmas we were so damn excited. We slipped in our Green Day Insomniac cassette, maybe followed with a little Ace Of Base, and just listened for hours in our Grandma’s rocking chair. A cool mod project can retrofy your modern gadgets to experience the same excitement as you had with the ancient ones, ...

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