June 2009 - Posts

Video and Audio Recorder Pen
Thursday, June 25, 2009 2:38 PM



I have a thing for spy gear. I think that video surveillance or anything else that can be found in a James Bond film is super cool. I think this super cool video camera pin would fit right into a spy movie. You can own your very own spy pin for $25 bucks. Not bad huh. The video quality is not that great but hay it’s is a pen so don’t be too hard on it.
•    Real time Date and Time Stamping
•    4GB Built In Memory·Video: 0.3 Mega pixel, AVI format
•    Still Photo: 640 X 480, JPEG format
•    Build in Microphone
•    Normal size pen with Hand writing function


Spy Pen @ Amazon
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USB Battery Charger
Wednesday, June 24, 2009 2:14 PM

That Could Come in Handy!

 

If you are like me you have many devices that take AA batteries, then you could benefit form this little device. Everything from cameras to controllers to my little flip video camera they all take AA batteries. Wouldn’t it be nice if you could charge your AA batteries with your computer? Well with this little cleaver device you can. You just plug the charger into a powered USB port and you can charge your batteries right there. I have the flip ultra so it still takes 2 AA batteries and you can’t charge it with your computer so this is perfect.

$20 @ usefulthings Via mightygoods  

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Heinz USB Powered Microwave
Monday, June 22, 2009 2:49 PM

 

For the guy who never leaves his desk!



Heinz has worked up a mini microwave that is USB powered. I can’t believe my eyes a mini microwave so I can cook things right at my desk no way. I am not sure where the USB device craze started but it sure is fun to see what they come up with. I mean couldn’t you just plug a microwave into the wall or the power strip your computer is plugged into? I mean it’s not like your putting this thing in your laptop bag and taking it to Starbucks with you to heat up your coffee cake.

Not on the market yet sorry your just going to have to use a regular size microwave in the mean time.  

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The HexBug
Friday, June 19, 2009 4:09 PM



I don’t know if I have mentioned it to you or not but I have a crush on robots. I have written about them before and probably will for some time. There are a lot of little robots on the market but I really like this one.  It’s called the Hexbug and it’s pretty entertaining. It just wonders around and when it comes to an object it can since when something is close it will turn around a go a different way. It also reacts to noises. I thought it was pretty cool It’s about $20.00 buck. Checkout their website they have several other robots that are super cool and won't break the bank.

$20 @ Hexbug.com

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The Anti-Theft Lunch Bags
Wednesday, June 17, 2009 1:32 PM

Oh that's gross!

 

If you are a geek like me you may by use to people picking on you. I corrected a teacher in class in front of everyone and no one let me forget my geek moment. I don’t think I have ever had someone steal my lunch but I have a feeling that these bags would have helped me keep at least my sandwich from the oversized under educated buffoons we like to call bullies. You can find these little bags at thinkofthe.com they also have a couple other interesting products as well so check them out.

$10 @ thinkofthe.com

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Bug Detector
Monday, June 15, 2009 3:52 PM

For the Paranoid Near you!

 

I am not one for conspiracy theories but I know some people that believe that the media always covers up what really happened and that the general public doesn’t really know what happened. They also seem to think that everyone is always listening and will never say the words bomb and school in the same sentence. Always this device is for them. It’s a bug sweeper. It will detect radio waves between 50 MHz to 3 GHz. It has a LED bar that will light up as well as a sound to alert you if it finds anything.  A great gift for the paranoid loved one.

$109.98 @ Thingsyouneverknew
 

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The Metal Detecting Sandals
Friday, June 12, 2009 1:12 PM

Treasure Hunter or Fugitive ?


These are super cool. I have to say that I don’t think you would ever catch me on a beach with a metal detector, but you might see me on the beach with a pair of these. Okay I’ll give you that they look kind of dumb. If they were just regular sandals that had a wireless transmitter you could put that little box in your pocket and no one would know. As it is now it looks as if you are on house arrest or you like to drink and drive. Either way I don’t think anyone will mess with you.  


$59.95 @ Mammacher Schlemmer  

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Tim the Enchanter Headgear - Some Call Me Tim......
Thursday, June 11, 2009 10:32 AM

It's Merely a Flesh Wound

 

 Nothing quite says geek like a good ole movie reference. And when you have novelty items from that movie you have entered a whole new level of geekyness. Even though I know this to be true I still love the awesomeness that is Monty Python’s Search for the holy grail. It is a classic and will always find a place among my DVD collection. What better way to celebrate the movie than with the Tim the enchanter headgear?  Or maybe you would like a Black knight plushy that was always my favorite part of the movie. Either way people visiting you house will be sure to know that you love Monty Python.

Tim the Enchanter Headgear $19.99 @ ThinkGeek
Monty Python Black Knight Plush $9.99 @ ThinkGeek

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The Pocket Retro Game Emulator
Monday, June 8, 2009 1:23 PM

It's all the Classics in your Pocket

 

I wrote an article the other day about the FCMobile II a hand held device that could play the original NES cartridges in a handheld device. I also wrote about the retro due that allows you to play the NES and SNES games.  These are both great machines but I got comments saying its easier to just play games on a emulator. I agree especially if you own something like this.


With the Pocket Retro Game Emulator you can load pretty much every game for the following machines: NES, SNES, GBA, Sega Genesis, or Neo Geo. With 8GB of Storage you can’t go wrong with this device. At 99$ it’s a deal and don’t forget that you can also play movie files, audio files, use the built-in FM radio, view jpg images, Read E-books, do voice recording and more.


Product Features
  •     Mini Handheld gaming system plays roms from your favorite 8 and 16 bit game consoles
  •     No emulator software to load. Just copy over the roms and start playing.
  •     4GB of internal storage, expandable via mini SD
  •     Beautiful 2.8 inch QVGA (320x240) LCD Screen
  •     Output to TV via included composite video cables
  •     Full media player functions including videos, music, FM radio, e-books and voice recorder
  •     Built-in Stereo Speakers
  •     Internal li-battery gives 6-8 hours of runtime on a single charge


$99 @ ThinkGeek

 

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