Old dudes and serious sci-fi nerds will instantly recognize this replica of HAL 9000, the plucky computer/main character from Stanley Kubrick’s 1968 sci-fi classic 2001: A Space Odyssey. This aluminum replica was created from the actual movie studio blueprints & features a red LED eye and randomly cycles through 15 phrases from the film.
If the side effects of gaming on your phone or tablet are worse than the symptoms of not playing at all, prescribe yourself the new Project Shield portable gaming console. It’s got a super-powerful Nvidia Quad-core processor and a full-size controller for playing your favorite Android games or connecting wirelessly to your GeForce GTX-powered PC game catalog. And remember, if your erection lasts more than four hours, call a physician.
Put your phone down. Plug in & play games on any TV anywhere you go with the portable Game Stick console. This little USB device lets you bring your games to the big screen with a wireless bluetooth controller and a rapidly expanding library of games.
The “hand-feel” of physical buttons can make all the difference on a gaming device. That’s why Archos gave their new Android ‘Jelly Bean’-powered GamePad actual buttons for the real deal feel. With a 7-inch screen, 1080p visuals, & Wi-fi plus access to Google Play & Google Apps, it also works great as a tablet for web, email, apps, etc. Coming to North America early 2013.
You know how much your “friends” like looking at photos of your dinner, your kids, & your cat, so why not share more with them? How about your heart rate or blood oxygen level? The Tinke wellness monitor system makes it possible. This lightweight device also tracks respiratory rate, & heart rate variability to give you a vita rate. Press a button & it can socialize all your data.
The perpetual annoyance of losing stuff like your car keys, TV remote, or children could be over. The StickNFind sticker emits a bluetooth signal, allowing you to use your iPhone or Android device to track down anything you put a StickNFind sticker on.
In theory, the idea of a foosball app for your iPad sounds like a good idea, especially when it includes a little table and handles to simulate that visceral feel. But let’s face it, if you’re playing properly, your iPad is going to end up either drenched in spilled beer or completely smashed in.
While offering functions similar to other activity trackers like Nike’s Fuelband and FitBit, this device called Shine from Misfit Wearables—a company founded by ex-Apple CEO John Sculley—is much sleeker, carved from a block of solid aluminum. To sync with your iPhone simply touch the device to the screen and daily activity info uploads to the Shine app automatically.
This app-connected digital scale accurately measures, automatically uploads and tracks your weight and BMI, plus helps you set goals, and track your progress. Just remember to put your iPhone down when you stand on it. You don’t want that extra 4.8 ounces to show up…
Unless you’re into the brain-melting buzz of huffing chemicals like difluoroethane, trifluoroethane, and tetrafluoroethane for sport, cans of compressed air are a bad choice. Clean, dust-free digital devices can be easily achieved with environmentally friendly pure oxygen from this clean, fresh air blast system that shoots out harmless oxygen at 200 mph.