Wednesday, May 27, 2009

The Rubik’s Cube MP3 Player

The RUBIX had came up with a cool mp3 player called Cube mp3 player which is in the shape of a cube. This player is simply amazing and cool. This cube mp3 player is having a small speaker at the top and some cool features in it . With the memory of 2 GB in it and with advanced codecs this seems to provide some cool ipod quality audio. Hope it will rock
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Sunday, May 24, 2009

Mustek Unveils a cool Digital Video Camera

Hi friends , The Mustek consumer electronics DV300T is the newest digital video camera joining the D-V series. The DV 300T is a 6 in 1 Multi-Functional Video Camera which acts as a Digital Cam-corder, Digital Still Camera, Digital Voice Recorder,Music Player, a Card Reader and also a Text Reader.

Mustek Dv 300T features a 3.1 Mega Pixel Interpolated Resolution by Security Standard VGA Sensor, 8 x dital zoom and 2.0″ LT-PS LCD. It comes with Digital Image Stabilization to provide some cool and clearer video recording caused by shaky hand. A 64 Mb ram internal ram is included and can expand by adding a SD card to its SD slot. No price and availability is known yet. Hope this gadget will rock you all !

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Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Micro Stainless Steel Digital Camcorder...a cool gadget

steel_camcorder.jpgI would love to take more videos, but all the video cameras I’ve ever used are too bulky and heavy to handle for more than a few minutes. Thank goodness for new technology!!!

Think Geek offers the Micro Stainless Steel Digital Camcorder. It is TINY. It fits snugly in the palm of your hand and weighs a mere 179g (apx. 6.3oz). It’s also performs well as a regular digital camera with it’s 5.4 megapixel capabilities. (See full specifications below)

Videos/Photos are stored on an SD memory card (not included) but you can use up to a 4GB SD card which will hold more than enough of your photos and videos.

Pick one up over at Think Geek for $199.99.

Product Features:

  • Stainless Steel Camcorder fits in the palm of your hand, shoots DVD quality video and takes 5.4 MP photos.
  • Outer case is constructed from solid stainless steel
  • High Resolution (600 x 425) 2.5 Inch LTPS LCD display
  • DVD quality video with resolution up to 720×480 at 30fps. MPEG4 Video Format.
  • Videos and photos are stored on removable SD cards (not included)
  • Camera has 64MB built in storage and supports up to 4GB SD cards
  • Built in flash and 8X digital zoom
  • Optional digital image stabilization
  • Included rechargeable LI battery lasts for hours of video recording and recharges via USB
  • Plug in camera via USB and easily download photos and videos to your computer (PC, Mac, Linux)
  • Included Windows software allows you to convert your videos for playback on iPod PSP or Cell Phone
  • Connect to any standard TV for video and photo playback with included RCA cables
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Saturday, May 16, 2009


Eletric band aids

There’s a new generation of bandages coming that accelerates healing using electric fields. This is one of those themes or technologies is called as HealFast which is specifically design for diabetic patients.often experience chronic ulcers and pressure sores so a new bandage had to be designed to address those issues. This HealFast can be applied with just one hand. Place the pad on the wound,press down and peel off the surrounding paper guard. This activates an electric charge that generates a very weak energy field. This field prevents the infection in the surrounding tissues so the body can concentrate on sealing it.It's very cool.

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Thursday, May 14, 2009


Would you like a miniature humanoid robot to imitate all your daily activities?

Then here it is. The i-SOBOT is a toy robot that will perform all your commands and is able to react in unpredictable, yet amusing and interesting ways. Its abilities vary from carrying your beer can to shooting an arrow and even shooting a hand made bazooka at a pre-determined target. The amazing thing is its wonderful precision.


This 6.5 inch robot is a remote controlled one and also reacts to your programmed voice commands. The first time I saw the video, I laughed at this little thing i-sobot. It actually seems as if the robot is craving some attention and in order to get it will do anything that may normally embarrass any of us.

You may read additional specification or even view some official demos at their site. If you are looking to get one of these robots for yourself, it is available at Amazon for approximately $200.

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Monday, May 11, 2009

Nikon announces new COOLPIX S52

Hi friends, The Nikon announced it's new COOLPIX S52 and S52c digital cameras. Both these cameras come with a 9-mega pixel with a 3x zoom lens, ISO up to 3200, Optical lens shift vibration reduction, 3-inch LCD screen and 4cm Macro. The S52 and S52c can capture 640 x 480 videos. They have 38-inch internal memory, and support SD/SDHC memory cards. The only difference between the two cameras is that S52c comes with built-in Wi-Fi support. Hope this will help you to fulfill your photography skills. !
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Saturday, May 9, 2009

Optimus Tactus keyboard ....

Hmmm.... After a big tour to northern parts of India , i am back to blogging with a cool stuff to share.....
Yeah, you thought that the Optimus Maximus was the holy grail of keyboarding . Then you saw the Optimus Tactus, a giant touch sensor display tablet -keyboard that could do all the sorts of crazy stuff the Maximus can't even touch, like playing movies and being a gigantic color swatch. It's really amazing. That is, if it weren't a concept. The only thing we don't get: the name. Tactus? Touch-sensitive does not exactly shout tactility to us, but since it's all just theoretical at this point, maybe by the time keyboards like this exist we'll all be typing on shape-shifting tactile membranes overlaid on touchscreens. That is, if Apple's patents haven't already blocked every one else off from going there. I wanna buy this one soon.....
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Electrolux Dishwasher !

Hi all, after a long gap ,i am here to share with you all something that is cool and really good to read out. I am going to share with you all a cool gadget that is really cool to handle. It would appear that there is a cool as well as another way to clean the dishes with a concept device known as the Electrolux Wind Washer. It does this by using natural air and the UV rays for cleaning. So far , it is made for two plates only. In the future it may develop into a size of handling many. Let's wait and see.
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Thursday, May 7, 2009


Hi all , my dear friends ,Now you can have soccer playing, dancing salsa fighter robot. The Kondo robot KHR-2 HV has improved its looks taking up a more Robocop-ish style. Its features are much more robust and curved then the square-like head the previous one had. And this pretty, very entertaining little robot can be yours for just $152. And there’s not one of us who didn’t want his or her own robot when growing up.

You can also buy him a couple of soccer strips to make the whole thing more real. They only cost $10 each. Now go on and buy yourself a little robotic friend.

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Monday, May 4, 2009


This is a cool gadget released in 1991, the amazing Bar code Battler which was up against legendary hand held gaming devices such as the Sega Game Gear and the well known Nintendo Game Boy. By contrast with these cool design classics, the Battler had extremely basic graphics and advanced digital audio, and it was a bloody nightmare to play with.

Those console engaged players in a rudimentary fighting game. Fights were displayed not as characters,also not even as little two dimensional blokes running about, but as many numbers on a screen. The basic idea was to use special barcode-equipped cards or even barcodes from everyday products through the game console's card reader. This gadget added your fighter to the battle. Repeating the process with an enemy card added your cool opponent.

What happens next to it? Well, check out the superb video above from Dr Ashen It's incredible that this never caught on. terrible inventions right ?

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Saturday, May 2, 2009


Shure, the Chicago based audio electronics company announced the economically priced earphones, recently. Similar products from competing companies cost anywhere between $200 and $500 in the market. Shure has moved from the professional-only image to the consumer space, and seems to be making hay while the sun is still shining.

The Shure SE110 Sound Isolating Earphones look rather large; it could’ve been made smaller, but that would add to the cost. It looks very good though. It’s mostly black, with a few tinges of white, and will match just about any compatible device you use. Not many earphones deserve such compliments of match-and-contrast. Shure’s trademark-like popularity or legacy, as you would want to call it, continues – with the deep ear design. Sound Isolation? You bet, and it works great.

If you’ve used Shure’s SE series earphones before, then this one will come off as easy as others. The design and the package (overall) are very similar to the previous models. This means that you may not want to, or even need to, read through the manual again. Anyway, do read it. It comes along for a good reason.

Shure EarphonesThe bass is a little weak, and for the bass freaks, that’s a let down. Lows, mids and highs are reasonably good. Listening to vocals was a breeze and they were setting the pulse and the tempo right. The softer ones will sound great with this one, and even the distant notes can be heard very clearly. Although you can’t expect Iron Maiden to get you breaking your neck with the relatively weak bass, the performance is pretty satisfactory. So, if you’re into rock and metal, maybe you can wait until Shure’s future models to release according to your preferences. It seems like they were designer with the soft listener in mind.

To add to it, you get a small kit, which comes with some cleaning component and loads of foam sleeves and custom flanges. They’re easy to use and comfortable in hands of just about any size. It’s evident that Shure sure knows the doorway to musical hearts.

Our final verdict: Go buy a pair of Shure SE110 Sound Isolating Earphones, and throw your old ones in the dustbin, unless you value it more than your life. Do this, if you decide not to listen to the heavy bass-y music anymore.

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