A charger on your wrist maybe useful but somehow it looks uglyful. It has eight adapter for common gadgets and devices. Chinavision is selling it at $25 and they said that the charger provides an extra three hours talk time and is said to be a “fashion accessory.”
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You brought your charger with you but sometime you just can’t find any power source. Datexx has released the SUPERBattery device which can solve that problem. It is a charger that charges without the need to connect it to the power outlet but you need your hand to work. Just plug in your mobile phone and start cranking, 2 minutes of cranking will give 6 minutes of talk time. The kit features a hand-cranked 600mA rechargeable battery pack, built-in flashlight and an AC adapter which supports up to 1,200 mobile devices. The hand crank charger will cost you 30 bucks to get one.
Something when you little gadgets missing, you just wish that you can call them. Doo… doo… Hello, car keys, where are you? I’m under your bed, said car keys. Cool huh, well Nokia has something similar like this.
Nokia is showing of its Nokia Locate Sensor ,a prototype, a little gadget that keep track of you wallet, car keys and gadgets within a range of 100m by using a special application installed on your mobile phone. You will need to attach the Locate Sensor to the items and start the app on your phone. The application on the phone will automatically notify you and guided you to the lost object if it is within 100 m. The Nokia Locate Sensor was shown in the CES 2009, it is still under prototype at the moment.
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Heart broken when you found scratches on your brand new phone. The main cause is most likely your car/house key. I often separate them in different pocket but sometime forgotten. Strapya has the Celeb-style Fur Coat Key Cover Cell Phone Strap, it is made of fake fur and inside you can store max 3 keys. One is available for 12 bucks. Read the rest for more pictures. Read more…
The BGP100 Bluetooth Game Pad is specially made for phone gamers, those that play games on the phone. It comes with a 4-way pad for directional control and 7 programmable buttons. It measures 145mm x127.3mm x 30.5mm with a weight of 130.2g. This universal BGP100 Bluetooth GamePad designed for Smartphones, Pocket PC and Pocket PC Phones.It is priced at AU$128.45. I’m not playing game with phone unless I got a spare battery.
Prank your friends with this Televoicer Portable Voicer Changer. Yup, it changes your voice, it has an adjustable Pitch with 8 selections: 3 High, 3 Low, One Original and One Robot-like. Get it for 19 bucks at Brando. More picture after the break. Read more…
Sony Ericsson has also announced itshttp://www.slashphone.com/sony-ericsson-unveil-w705-walkman-phone-and-wireless-audio-system-mbs-900-063110 MBS-900 today. It can be connected with your mobile phone via Bluetooth and it has dual speaker, a subwoofer and a built-in FM receiver. Besides Bluetooth, it can also be connected via 3.5mm headphone jack. The Wireless Home Audio System MBS-900 will become available starting Q1 2009.
Sony Ericsson has released new stylish case to protect your mobile phone, the IPC-40. It was announced in July actually, with one color. But now Sony Ericsson has presented in three more colors: orange/black, beige/blue and purple/pink. Unfortunately, the new colors for the IPC-40 will be available in certain countries only. More pictures after the break. Read more…
You are with gloves on your hands all the time, either you are cold or you are a biker or addicted to gloves. It is hard for you to write on touchscreen device with gloves on. Here’s one that let you do your touching, the Freehands glove. It is a type of glove that comes with a flip back caps to expose your thumb and index fingers. Whenever you need to make a call, email, texting or gaming with your touch screen device just flips back the caps. There are magnets to keep the caps out of the way. It’s available from $20-30, depending on the type you chooses. More pictures after the break. Read more…
Take a look at the world’s first 3D mobile phone screen. It was developed by KDDI. It is still under prototype, it is a 3.1-inch 480 x 800 WVGA LCD using the “parallax barrier method” that divides images or video separately for the right and left eye. There’s no info on when it’s going to released.