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Solor Powered Electric Razor

Posted in Home,Solar Powered by Quagmire on July 25th, 2007

Solar powered electric razorThe electric razor from Sabeco uses non other than rays from the sun to charge up its batteries, saving on the environment and making things more convenient for you. An electric razor in your glove box works great for anyone that grows facial hair fast enough to need a touch up after 5 o’clock, or for those days that you go to work wearing the same clothes you had on the day before.

The only problem is you have to remember to charge it once in a while and of course it will run out of juice at the time when you need it most. With this solar powered razor you can simply set it in on your dashboard or out in the sun when your camping and to keep it charged and ready to go, never needing to bring it inside for charging.

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USB Memory on a Stick

Posted in Storage,USB by Quagmire on December 30th, 2006

Memory StickNow this is a memory stick. This memory stick is made for anyone looking to commune with nature, play fetch with their dog, or just bring a little taste of the outdoors into their cubicle.

The memory sticks are a creation from the Oooms Design Studio based in The Netherlands. The sticks were “made to stand out against its natural environment of computers and offices.”

The sticks are handpicked from the woods based on their beauty and uniqueness. Then they are handmade into a USB 2.0 memory stick. The sticks are available in 256MB, 512MB, and 1GB sizes.

This certainly brings new meaning to the term “memory stick”. This is a nice break from the utilitarian design of most personal storage devices. Be warned, you might get a few double-takes around the office wearing one of these on a lanyard around your neck….

MonsterPod Gravity Defying Camera Tripod

Posted in Accessories by Quagmire on December 28th, 2006

MonsterPod Camera TripodThe MonsterPod camera tripod sticks and grips to just about anything and allows you to hold your digital camera motionless, vertically, horizontally or upside down. The MonsterPod allows you to mold the tripod to nearly any surface with a light amount of pressure and the viscoelastic base adheres until you peel it off.

The MonsterPod uses a “viscoelastic morphing polymer” to stick to metal, wood, plastic, steel, brick, glass, tile, marble, cement, enamel, sheet rock, rocks, trees, and over 1,000 other surfaces and objects. The viscoelastic base is good for over 3,000 sticks in a testing environment.

The MonsterPod is 4.5 inches wide and 1.75 inches tall and weighs only 6 ounces, making for a compact, lightweight traveler’s tripod. The Tripod holds up to a 10 ounce compact digital camera or less for up to 10 minutes depending on the angle and surface.

MonsterPod Viscoelastic Camera

Kingston TravelLite Reader With 2GB SD Card

Posted in Bargains,Kingston by Quagmire on December 28th, 2006

Kingston TravelLite Reader With 2GB SD CardThe Kingston TravelLite SD/MMC Reader is designed for SD and MMC Flash memory cards and provides you with fast and easy transfer of data between a PC, Mac, and many other devices. The reader is ultra portable and plugs into a USB port with no external power source required.

This reader works great to keep a backup of your photos using the SD card from your digital camera or just keep a second SD card in your reader at all times to have a backup at the ready. The 2GB SD card alone is worth the $33.

Kingston TravelLite Reader With 2GB Secure Digital Card – $33 at Buy.com

exGear ezEars SX50 Earphones

Posted in Headphones by Quagmire on December 26th, 2006

ezEars SX50These are the ezEars SX50 earphones from iPod accessory maker ezGear. The ezEars are inexpensive and make for a great backup or even a replacement set of earphones to replace the set that came with your iPod.

The ezEars SX50s use in-ear technology with soft rubber earpieces to provide a custom fit and extra comfort. The kit includes three different pairs of earpieces in various sizes to accommodate all ear sizes. The sound drivers of the in-ear earbuds provide good clean sound for a great listening experience.

The exEars also function well as earplugs to cancel out outside noise. The ezEars ship in black or white and are a great value at $29.98.

ezEars SX50 [exGear]

HP iPAQ rx5900 Travel Companion

Posted in GPS,HP,PDAs by Quagmire on December 22nd, 2006

HP iPAQ rx5900The HP iPAQ rx5900 Travel Companion will help you navigate, stay connected, stay informed, and always be entertained wherever your travels may take you. Thin and light, this iPAQ is truly small enough to take with you wherever you travel.

The Travel Companion is a complete GPS navigation system that includes a car kit and TomTom Navigator 6 pre-installed. The navigation software has complete maps of United States and Canada. More than just a GPS, the device will also give you the current time and weather for cities worldwide, convert currency, size and measurement, customize your packing list, and more.

The rx5900 is a Windows Mobile 5.0 handheld and includes pocket versions of Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. You can also synchronize your Outlook calendar, contacts, and email.

Connectivity options include integrated 802.11b/g wireless LAN and Bluetooth wireless technologies. You can access the Internet, email and other …

Portwell PCS-8220 In-vehicle PC Infotainment System

Posted in Automotive,Portwell by Quagmire on December 21st, 2006

Portwell PCS-8220The PCS-8220 from Portwell is a proof-of-concept in-vehicle embedded PC infotainment system. The PCS-8220 supports your in-car entertainment needs with an integrated DVB-T/FM tuner, Bluetooth, WiFi, and GPS capabilities.

The unit also supports dual independent displays for CRT, LVDS or TV-out so that passengers in both the front and rear seats can view the different video. The PCS-8220 has six USB ports for versatile expansion into areas such as GPS navigation and other peripheral integration.

The system is based on the Intel ECX (Embedded Compact Extended) form factor and is designed to dissipate heat by using the air in the passenger compartment to reduce the internal temperature. The case also has shock absorbing pads and spring loaded fasteners to minimize shock on rough terrain. The unique power supply works with the ignition control to utilize DC power from the car battery.

The PCS-8220 debuted at the Fall …

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Creative SE2300 Wireless Bluetooth Headphones

Posted in Creative,Headphones by Quagmire on December 20th, 2006

Creative SE2300 Creative has announced the availability of the Wireless Headphones SE2300 – portable Bluetooth headphones that keep you detached from your music player. The 6mm thin transmitter hides unassumingly in your pocket to give you a listening distance of up to 10 meters.

Creative SE2300The SE2300 is a great set of headphones for the wired-phobic or anyone interested in flexibility and portability. The headphones feature a lightweight design that clips over your ear and won’t mess up your hair.

The main benefit of the headphones is the ability to listen to your music wirelessly via Bluetooth. This will give you the freedom to enjoy unfettered movement in a range of up to 10 meters. You can also adjust the volume with the built-in volume control while you cut a rug.

The SE2300 gives you up to 8 hours of pure wireless …

Kontron NotePAC Dual Core Ultra-Rugged Notebook

Posted in Notebooks by Quagmire on December 19th, 2006

Kontron NotePACShow up to your next office meeting with this bad boy and get some serious respect. This is the NotePAC Dual Core from Kontron, the latest addition to the NotePAC family of ultra-rugged notebook computers and the first to feature Intel Core Duo T2300 processors and the Intel 945GM chipset.

The NotePAC is designed for extreme environments; a magnesium alloy housing protects shock-mounted components that can withstand a 3 food-drop. A hard disk heater offers operating temperatures down to -20°C and is your best bet to accommodate your computing needs in these extreme conditions. The target market for the NotePAC is defense, field service, utilities, industry and public services, or anyone who needs a VERY rugged notebook.

The NotePAC also offers a modular configuration to tailor to your application with two module bays for interfaces, drives or batteries. An optional expansion unit is available …

Griffin ExpressCard 5-in-1 Card Reader/Writer

Posted in Accessories,Card Readers,Griffin by Quagmire on December 18th, 2006

Griffin 5 in 1 ExpressCard ReaderThis is the ExpressCard/34 5-in-1 Card Reader/Writer from computer peripherals and accessories manufacturer Griffin Technology Inc. This handy ExpressCard will read and write to most modern memory cards including Memory Stick PRO, Memory Stick, SD Memory Card, MultiMediaCard and xD-Picture Card.

The Griffin 5-in-1 Reader is easy to install and works with the ExpressCard/34 or /54 slot found in Apple’s MacBook Pro and newer Windows laptops. The card is plug-and-play and you don’t need to worry about installing drivers.

The USB 2.0 High-Speed interface gives you speedier transfer rates up to 480 Mbps compared to your old USB 1.0 card reader (up to 12 Mbps) and it will be infinitely faster than the transfer rates you get from your camera. Just pop the card out of your camera and let the Griffin reader do the work – much faster.

The Griffin reader is a …

Western Digital 250GB USB External Hard Drive

Posted in Bargains,Hard Drives by Quagmire on December 17th, 2006

Western Digital 250GB USB Hard DriveIf you need some additional storage to back up all your pictures, videos, MP3’s or whatever else you may have, the Western Digital My Book 250GB USB 2.0 External Hard Drive is a great inexpensive solution.

My Book gives you quick access to 250GB of storage capacity. With USB 2.0, setup is a snap – plug-and-play with WinXP and no drivers to worry about. Plus, you can take it with you once you have everything transferred over. My Book is small (2.25″ x 5.55″ x 6.71″), super quiet, and it doesn’t get too hot even if you have a busy day of disk access.

250GB for $99 is a great deal for good external hard drive and you don’t even have to pay shipping!


Western Digital My Book Essential 250GB USB 2.0 External Hard Drive

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Proporta USB Mobile Device Charger Survival Kit

Posted in Accessories,Proporta,USB by Quagmire on December 17th, 2006

Proporta USB Mobile Device ChargerThe Proporta Travel Survival Kit includes some essential gear that you should bring with on your next trip to ensure all your gadgets have power. The Proporta Device Charger is also great as an emergency charger which can be recharged from any USB port.

The Kit includes the popular USB Mobile Device Charger, which is a USB Rechargeable Battery that ensures you always have extra power with you on your flight, on the train, in the airport, at a client – so you always have a backup. Just plug your USB-powered mobile device such as a smartphone, iPod, or digital camera into the battery’s standard USB port to recharge. The charger is very compact and light – measuring 3.9″ x 2.4″ x 0.6″ and weighing 4.2 oz. The charger holds as impressive 3400 mAH storage, or enough juice to recharge your devices several …

iRobot Roomba Discovery SE Model 4220

Posted in iRobot,Robots,Roomba,Vacuum by Quagmire on December 15th, 2006

iRobot Roomba Discovery SENow is your chance to own your very own Roomba vacuum. The iRobot Roomba Discovery SE is the top of the line Roomba with the very best of features.

The SE features include Dirt Detect, the self-charging Home Base, an extra-large debris bin, the Roomba Remote, three cleaning modes, and a Charging Wall Mount. The SE also includes the Advanced Power System which gives your Roomba the energy it needs to clean up to 4 rooms.

The Advanced Power System provides up to 120 minutes of cleaning power and recharges the battery in 3 hours – 60% faster than the original Roomba.

Buy.com has the iRobot Roomba Discovery SE for $164.99 with free shipping or $144.99 with Google checkout.

iRobot Roomba Discovery SE Vacuuming Robot Model 4220

Griffin iTrip Auto FM Transmitter for iPod

Posted in Accessories,FM Transmitters,Griffin by Quagmire on December 14th, 2006

iTrip AutoThe iTrip Auto from Griffin Technology is a combination FM transmitter and integrated charger for your iPod.

The iTrip Auto is designed specifically for use in the car to listen to your iPod and act as a charger. The iTrip transmits on frequencies 88.1 -107.9MHz, which can be controlled manually with a toggle switch on the side of the device. The speaker volume is controlled using the car stereo controls, without having to adjust the iPod’s volume level.

The device features a large backlit LCD screen for easy station selection and also displays the frequency that you want to transmit on.

The iTrip Auto comes in both white and black and will accommodate every dock connector iPod, iPod nano, and 5th Generation iPods with video. The iTrip Auto is available now for $69.99.

Samsung OneDRAM Simplifies Memory for Mobiles

Posted in Memory,News,Samsung by Quagmire on December 13th, 2006

Samsung OneDRAMSamsung today announced a new prototype fusion memory chip named OneDRAM that can significantly increase the data processing speed between processors in mobile applications.

The use of two separate processors – a communication processor and a media processor in mobile devices is becoming increasingly prevalent due to rapidly increasing demand for multimedia features. Two processors typically means that two memory buffers are required and sharply increases the time that it takes to transfer data between processors.

The new OneDRAM solution can eliminate the need for two memory buffers in high-end smartphones and other multimedia devices as it can route data between the processors with a single chip.

The new memory solution is expected to be incorporated into the design of handsets, game consoles and in other digital applications, especially those that require 3-dimensional graphics.

Along with the faster data processing speeds between the processors, the OneDRAM reduces power …