Think of the fun you can have in the Monday meeting with a laser pointer controlled by your iPhone. Plug the Smart Dot unit into your headphone jack, download the free app, and boom, you’re instantly putting a red dot on the bosses bald spot. And if you actually want to use it for work, put it in Presentation Mode and link it up with your PowerPoint or Mac KeyNote application for remote control scroll. Source
Microsoft doesn’t have a lot of good news to report these days but here’s one bright spot on their horizon: they announced the upcoming release of Halo 4, the newest installment of their popular killing game series. Master Chief is back and he’s on a mission to save the universe with advanced weaponry. The new game is due out November 6, 2012.
It’s an unreal expectation that you’d have manly hands considering your life is spent typing, clicking, dragging, and swiping. Cover up those bony, sickly little digits with these hella macho face-punchers from Oakley. Pull a pair on and you’ll instantly transform from pasty powderpuff to Dog The Bounty Hunter. Source
This isn’t just any old folding chair. This thing spins a full 360. In fact, if you’re bored in the forest you can just keep spinning. 720, 1080, 1260, you get the idea.
This is a battery charger designed specifically for recharging regular alkaline batteries. In just 90 minutes it’ll safely recharge the AA & AAA batteries you usually throw in the trash.
These BackBeat GO headphones from Plantronics are wireless. Technically there is still one wire holding the pair of earbuds together but it’s not like the normal headphone wire that you get tangled around something and rip out of your iPod or iPhone three or four times every workout. These are Bluetooth buds, snag free for sure.
The number and variety of available iPad accessories really is amazing. It’s overwhelming actually. This gem is an iPad stand made of tools. Two hammers and a screwdriver; real dude-style.
War is super popular these days. Its global appeal is likely the inspiration for this new line of bags from InCase. Even though they’re all designed to carry your very pedestrian electronic gadgets like laptops, smartphones, and tablets, the military styling is clearly apparent. The subdued Moss green coloring and molle-style black webbing gives them that classic soldier vibe we commuters and cubicle commandos are all secretly fiending for.
Etsy is amazing. Where else could someone sell something as beautifully ridiculous as a piece of raw wood with a clock in it? The little quartz-drive clock is German-made and the wood, well, that was made in the forest through a process called photosynthesis.
Buying a water-housing for your SLR camera will cost you some serious coin and chances are pretty good that the camera in your iPhone 4 or 4S shoots a comparable quality image. Therefore, the Tat7 waterproof case is a brilliant idea. It costs a lot less than a big, bulky housing and is scuba-worthy down to depths of 100 feet. You can even use SIRI on your 4S for texting and messaging without taking it out of the case.