Archive for July, 2011



Turn Your Furniture Into One Giant LED Nightlight

072811_rg_GlowingIKEAVestby_02.jpgWhen you mention nightlights, most of think of those cheap, and often ugly, tiny plug-in models. But you can go a wholly different route by combining a drawer, armoire, or wardrobe with a transparent doors and a LED light to create a unique solution for illumination, turning your furnishing into one large night light.

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The Clone Factory: Make Your Own Mini-Me

I have trouble understanding why anyone would want a fake 3D clone of themselves, but hey, who really understands the Japanese? One shop in Tokyo, Japan, has decided to offer realistic replicas of people to discerning customers. Perfect when you want to start the bejeezus out of someone.

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ZooGue BinderPad: Hide Your iPad During Class

If you find yourself teetering and tottering around campus with a pile of books, while precariously balancing your iPad on top of the stack, then the BinderPad is for you. It will allow you to easily carry your beloved iPad around along with your school books.

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Brando USB Cassette Capture & Player: Go Back in Time and Check Out Those Old 80s Mixtapes

I’m not sure that I kept any of my cassettes (since most of them were in storage for a few years), but if you love retro stuff and you still have your old tapes, check out this USB Cassette Capture and Player.

It will play your cassettes and easily convert them into digital files, thanks to its USB connection.

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DSLR Camera Life Cycle: What’s Down the Pipeline

072711_rg_DSLRProductCycle_01.jpgJust like video game consoles, DSLR cameras operate on a longer product life cycle than smaller, affordable point-and-shoot models. Some manufacturers will update models every 2 to 3 years, sticking to a staggered release schedule, allowing users to get the best that’s available if they purchase their tech at the right time. Since point-and-shoots cost less, people can and will update these more frequently than a DSLR.

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Canon X Mark I Mouse Lite with Built-in Numeric Keyboard: Too Many Buttons or Just Enough?

While OS X Lion updates all of the multi-touch gestures available for Mac computers, but (at least for now) people who have PCs still need  buttons on their mice. This mouse, called the X Mark I Lite, was recently released by Canon and comes with an integrated 10-digit calculator or numeric keypad (whichever you prefer)!

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