Green-House has come out with a USB powered Humidifier disguised in a can of beer. Shove it in your USB port and will keep you cool and fresh. Make sure your wife don’t throw it away. Pre order at ¥ 5,850.
Archive for the ‘Accessories’ Category
November 10th, 2009
October 31st, 2009
Owh… Brando is selling broken arms and legs for the Halloween. It is a wrist rest, get some fun in your office, make sure there’s no soft-hearted people. I’ll puke if you throw me that. Priced at $17.90, made of some soft material. Happy Halloweens guys! Read more…
October 29th, 2009
Elecom has roll out a simple and round card reader which supports up to 40 different memory cards. You can be attached to any magnetic surface because it got magnetic bottom. There’s a MR-C19 model which only support up to 20 cards. Read more…
September 8th, 2009
Philips has announced their new Cushionspeaker Laptop Stand. It is a soft cushion laptop stand that comes with a built-in speaker. Its speaker can be connected to your lappie via USB. Besides giving more comfortable long usage, it also helps prevent over-heating of notebook and your lap. Video after the break. Read more…
August 27th, 2009
PhotoFast has released their new card reader called CR-8100 that also work as iPhone USB cradle.
August 18th, 2009
e-Supply Japan has announced the EEA-MAN1011. This USB microscope is powered by a 2Mpix censor manufactured in by Sanyo Japan with a 5x to 150x zoom and comes with an LED. It will be sold in Japan for 12,500 Yen.
July 28th, 2009
Tuniq is going to release its uber-high-end CPU cooler ‘Tower 120 Extreme’ next month. The cooler was introduced at the past Computex. It features three 8mm and two 6mm copper heatpipes, nickle-plated wave-shaped fins for increased air-contact area, a 120mm magnetic fluid dynamic bearing fan and supports AMD Socket AM2/AM3+ and also Intel LGA 775/1366 processors. Beside those, it also comes with bundled with a tube of TX-3 thermal compound and a fan controller. No word on pricing. Read more…
July 4th, 2009
JTT Japan has come out with the world’s first USB powered light lamp known as the CFL, the lamp has a shade that looks like a retro lamp shade look. This lamp is available for ¥1280, that’s around 15 bucks. It looks great with the miniature decoration on your study desk. More pictures after the break. Read more…
July 2nd, 2009
June 6th, 2009
This programmable cooling fan is being shown at the Computex 2009 in Taiwan. You can program image and text into it, even RPM meter. That’s real cool. Read more…