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The Nixie Watch

June 30th, 2006

The Cathode Corner Nixie Watch, a watch that displays the time uses two nixie tubes, which are quaint neon display tubes once used in calculators in the dawn of recorded history (1969). It is a two-digit wristwatch designed for everyday use, being water-resistant and rugged. This watch have no buttons to operate – it shows the hours, minutes and seconds in sequence at the flick of the wrist. This watch is available in www.cathodecorner.com at $395.

[via Cathodecorner]

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Mobiles get Projector

June 30th, 2006

I bet everyone have seen portable projectors by Samsung, Sony, Mitsubitshi, Toshiba and Panasonic before, but this is ridiculous; Explay has just revealed details of a matchbox-sized model that can plug into your mobile phone.
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The DMB TV Tuner USB Key

June 30th, 2006

Modmen, a Korea company created a powerful little USB Key in 512MB & 1GB that can be used as a DMB TV Tuner. Plug this USB key to your computer and you will be able to watch TV and also storing you data into it.

[via Akihabaranews]

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Superman Returns on iPod

June 30th, 2006

The new Superman 5g Video iPod case covers and protects the entire front and back of the Video iPod (the back of the case, however, is translucent), and has a faceplate to cover the Video Ipod’s screen as well. If you would like to purchase one of this Superman iPod Video Cases, be sure to order yours from XtremeMac because this is a limited edition item!

[via gadgets.elliottback]

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Honda Element Commercial

June 30th, 2006



A Funny commercial made by Honda for their new Honda Element. The campaign website (http://automobiles.honda.com/element/index.aspx) that comes with the introduction of this new model has a game included where you can drive the Honda around on an island and search for the animals that appear in the commercials.

[via Freshcreation]

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Samsung A900 ESPN Mobile

June 30th, 2006

About 4 months ago, the nationwide launch of ESPN’s wireless service, and it has yet to really pick up steam. ESPN re-invigorated their mobile service by showing off their new phone, the Samsung ACE known as A900. It’s a very thin, 3.5 oz phone with all the features you’d expect from a medium-end phone — 1.3 mega pixel camera, 30-second camcorder, and Bluetooth. There’s also a button near the top of the phone that connects you directly to the ESPN Mobile services

[via i4u]

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The Fatman iTube

June 30th, 2006

Get this Fatman iTube which giving you some warm valve love to your nasty, sharp digital iPod and transport your sound to a bygone era. The dock and matching valve amplifier can send your videos and photos to a nearby television. This device is not compatible with iPod Shuffle. £299.00 for the dock and amp together.

[via Redferret]

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USB Mp3 Pen

June 30th, 2006

Pen is just a stationary for us to do writing but today they make it into USB flash drive and MP3 player. It boasts 512MB of memory, an FM tuner, built-in microphone, LED indicator, and a shockproof case. Available now for $48 at usb.brando.com.hk

[via Techeblog]

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The Bowlingual Dog translator

June 30th, 2006

A weird gadget developed by Dr.Matsumi Suzuki from Japan,known as the Bowlingual dog bark translator. There’s 5000 sample voiceprint in its memory, which are catalogued into 6 distinct patterns, including happy, sad, frustrated, needy, self-assertive and alert to danger.
Simply tell the device which of up to 200 different breeds your dog belongs to, and you’re sure to make sense of all that barking. Get one today for $50, get to know what your dog barking about.

[via Ohgizmo]

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Sauce Chopstick

June 29th, 2006

Have a fast meal, with this “sauce chopstick”, all you need to do is insert you favourite sauce into the chopstick and squeeze it out from your chopstick to the dish. You won’t have any trouble of squeezing it out because they’re made out of ABS and polypropylene and they can stand heat ranges from -5 degrees to 90 degrees. (It may not be suitable for hot noodles)

[via Ohgizmo]

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