May 2009 - Posts

Gravity Defying Wall Climbing R/C Car
Monday, May 18, 2009 4:36 PM

It will drive your cat crazy!

 

 So yeah, check this bad boy out. It’s an R/C car that can go up walls. “I say, Will you must be joking?” no no I’m not I swear this thing goes right up the wall and you can steer it around. Oh wow that is cool.

$28.98 @ Things You Never Knew Existed

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Digital Camera Binoculars - Be Like Bond!
Monday, May 18, 2009 10:55 AM

I'd use them for bird watching ;)

 

 Every geek, well at least this geek, has always wanted to be a spy. I have the complete collection of James Bond Movies and Bond always has some kind of super cool binoculars that can take images. Well now you can too with these “The Digital Camera Binoculars. ” These babies have a 8X zoom as well as being able to take pictures you can also take video with these things. How cool is that? I know I know your probably saying, but Will digital camera’s have more than an 8X zoom! Yes this is true but other digital cameras are not a pair of binoculars that can also take video!  Here is the description from Hammacher Schlemmer.



These 8X magnification, 5 megapixel digital camera binoculars let you take long range snapshots and video. They have fully multi-coated, 30mm objective lenses and use a Bak-4 prism system for superior optical performance, yielding a 320' field of view at 1,000 yards. The eye relief allows them to be used while wearing glasses. Once you've taken a photo, it's easy to review pictures on the 1 1/2" color flip-up LCD. Its replay feature continuously records the last eight to 60 seconds of video, so you can review footage to capture a photograph of quick, precise events. The built-in 16 MB internal memory stores up to 15 pictures at 2560 x 1920 resolution or 20 seconds of continuous video at 640 x 480 resolution at 15 frames per second. An SD card provides for added storage (card not included). Photos and video can be downloaded to your PC via an included USB cable. Requires two AAA batteries. 5 3/4" H x 5" W x 3 1/4" L. (1 1/2 lbs.


$299 @ Hammacher Schlemmer

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Photoshop Magnet Kit
Wednesday, May 13, 2009 4:51 PM

It's like a computer on your fridge!

 

 I found these magnet photo board kit on the Meninos website. They are magnetic toolbars that look like the photoshop toolbars. You can then put your pictures on your photo board and anchor them with the toolbars it will make it seem as if you are editing them in photoshop. It’s a pretty cool and creative idea, yet another great idea from the people over at Meninos.

$25 @ meninos

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iPod Hoodie - It Keeps your iPod Warm in the Winter!
Tuesday, May 12, 2009 3:54 PM

Awwww it's so Cute!

 

 I have to admit I love my iPod. I use it all the time and even though I use it with my Harmin drive and play in my car I still have it in a case. I thought this was about the most creative iPod case I have ever seen. Once you get your iPod in the case it’s shaped like a little hoodie. How cute is that. This case may be more for the woman out there but I thought it was pretty awesome.

$11@ Lazybone Via Technabob

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Geeky Doormats
Wednesday, May 6, 2009 3:46 PM

Let your guest know what they're getting into!



Oh the geeky doormats it’s a beautiful thing isn’t it? People visiting your home will surly know that they are about to enter the home of a geek. The first mat of course is a play on the Apple iphone slide to unlock screen control. I have an iPhone and I love it, what better way to pay homage to the devise then to get a cool doormat. The second is awesome for you computer geeks out there. For those who don’t know 127.0.0.1 is known as the loop back address, aka your home address. Either of these two would make a great addiction to any geeks home.

Slide to Unlock Doormat - $50.00 @ Meninos VIA Gizmodo

127.0.0.1 doormat - $40.00 @ ThinkGeek 

 

 

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