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This is a sword that will protect you from tears

July 28th, 2010

This is a sword that will protect you from tears

It’s a strong sword, and very long too, like over 3-feet long! A replica of the sword used by the heroine Saber, of Japan’s visual novel “Fate/Stay Night”. Read more…

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Dunlop tells us abit about tire pressure

July 28th, 2010

Dunlop tells us abit about tire pressure

Tire pressure is never something to be underestimated. It is perhaps one of the most significant traits when it comes to vehicle handling and safety. Too little pressure and tire ware increases and handling is affected, too much pressure and it will affect a number of other things like your absorbers, suspension, etc., and handling as well.

Your tires represent the four contact patches with the road to put down all that power; they’re like your car’s shoes. Without them your 1,000hp that you widely boast is completely useless. If you’re a track junkie, you should know this, but ultimately, it is important for every owner to comprehend the prominence of tire pressure. To help ram home the point is Dunlop and a great video by the tire manufacturer. Have a look at the video, and you might learn something new today. By the way, keeping your tire pressure optimum constantly also helps in fuel efficiency, so you might wanna pump your tires weekly since world’s crude oil is raising sky high these days.

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Porsche to commit into electric sports cars

July 28th, 2010

Porsche to commit into electric sports cars

Porsche has confirmed that they will be committing to develop electric sports cars, with three Boxsters in all-electric drive systems will kick off the research and testing process in early 2011. The trio will make available a preliminary insight into new electric drive components and battery systems for EVs. The field test will also provide statistics on the infrastructure required for electromobilty, user comportment and demands. Read more…

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A fetish for funny hangers

July 28th, 2010

A fetish for funny hangers

Over here at 2dayblog, we blog everything technology as we consider ourselves “Tech Wiz” instead of letting others calling us a nerd and geek (but so far no ‘Einstein’ yet). But overall, we try to blog about everything interesting in this world. And this includes the collection of cute hangers out there. Check it out! Read more…

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A Deutsche's Android-tablet coming this December?

July 27th, 2010

A Dutch Android-tablet coming this December?

There have been a lot of Android tablets floating around lately, but those powered by Nvidia’s Tegra 2 sure are rare. This time around, it’s coming from an unknown “Deutsch” company called E-Noa. Their new Interpad is a 10-inch capacitive multitouch Android 2.1 slate powered by Nvidia’s dual-core 1GHz Tegra 2 T20 chip. For a dual-core tablet it sure is ‘reasonable’ for the €399 ($518) asking price. E-Noa is preparing for a Christmas launch at the end of this year.

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The Warpia Easy Dock will clear all the long cable mess

July 27th, 2010

The Warpia Easy Dock will clear all the long cable mess

I believe there are many road warriors out there, being nearly everyone having a notebook these days. It’s not surprising that many would double-use their notebook for ‘on-the-go’ and ‘desktop replacement’, but I just couldn’t stand the worms lying around, what a mess! Sometimes the cables might not be long enough too, that you will have an awkward position to place your notebook due to cable length constrain. But now Source R&D has a solution for us.

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These pinky bears will sing for you and your partner

July 27th, 2010

These pinky bears will sing for you and your partner

It’s common to come by some cheapo speakers for your mp3 players. But if you integrate the speakers into some cute and fancy design stuff, it becomes a seller, for some silly girls or nerdy guys of kush, depending on your design. Like this pinky bear above, it will surely attract many silly and innocent girls to buy it. Perhaps some boys would also be attracted to buy it for their girlfriends or gay partners. Record your proposal speech into a tiny mp3 player like the iPod shuffle perhaps, and give it to your girlfriend along with this pinky bear, and I’m certain your chances to hit the jackpot will rise sky high. But of kush, be prepared to depart with $68 if you really plan to scam the poor and innocent girl with this fluffy singing bear. But somehow I got a feeling that the couple bears don’t seem very happy about something… They don’t smile, you know?

Buy these singing bears at Juicy Couture

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Hypermax is the world's first iPad battery charger and combo stand

July 27th, 2010

Hypermax is the world's first iPad battery charger and combo stand

Sanho is famous for their Hypermax battery for the iPad, but now they’ve given a new revolutionary product, the Hypermax Stand for Apple iPad. This unique stand will be able to hold your iPad at both 18° and 45°, portrait or landscape, with or without case. But not only that, it promise to extend the battery hour of your iPad to a whooping 16 hours while using it, with the help of the built-in 40-watt-hour rechargeable lithium-ion battery. Though, the combo comes at a premium price of $129.95.

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A-Data fork out a good looking eSATA flash drive

July 27th, 2010

Need for Speed Hot Pursuit

Frankly speaking, A-Data is not a common name when it comes to thumb drives, perhaps due to the popularity of popular brands like Kingston, Corsair, Apacer, and Pendriv. Though, I really love their speedy rams. Previously we don’t find it common to have eSATA thumb drives because you’ll need a SuperSpeed socket to provide power. But now with the popular eSATA + USB 2.0 combo port found on many notebooks and netbooks, thumb drive manufacturers are able to produce eSATA thumb drives to provide near-USB3.0 speeds for notebooks that don’t have USB 3.0.

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Acer's Android phone coming on August

July 27th, 2010

Acer's Android phone coming on August

Acer doesn’t seemed to want to lose out to Dell’s Streak, and is performing the finishing touch for their Android-powered phone, called the Stream. Spec wise, it’s very typical of present high-end smartphones. Powered by a 1Ghz Snapdragon processor, the Stream is using the latest AMOLED screen. I wonder who provides the screen, and hopefully Acer won’t face any AMOLED supply shortage.

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