I’m sure everyone’s heard of this, the good ol’ Sound Activated LED Equalizer T-shirt. For those that have are out of the loop (don’t worry, it happens to us all sometimes), all you have to do is put this on your body, and music makes it lose control. Well, pending that you have 4 “AAA” batteries, that is.
This shirt is not for doing homework in, though. Unless by “homework” you mean gettin’ super duper crunk. The LEDs on the panel respond to particular frequencies (primarily bass hits), so it’s not exactly the most versatile equalizer. But I think that feature makes it more interesting, as when there are dramatic pauses in percussion, they are matched by the LEDs on the shirt. It’s hard to find this shirt for under 20-30 bucks, so I hope you appreciate that today Dillyeo is offering it for 15$, after shipping.
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Who doesn’t love iPod? Okay, before we get into an all-out brawl, let’s say that question was rhetorical. But whether you love or hate Apple’s ubiquitous MP3 player, you can’t deny that it’s everywhere these days. With the new 4th Gen iPod Nano, things get even more exciting. The new design allows for a larger viewing screen for movies, photos, and Coverflow, without the wideness of the previous generation. Apple also switches up their usual pricing standards with this generation, offering a 8GB model in all colors for $150, and a 16GB model at their usual price of $200.
The new Genius feature claims to find songs in your library that go together, and groups them for you, taking all the work out of creating playlists. Of course, the shuffle feature may undo all of that work. When shaken, the iPod switches to shuffle mode… so let’s hope you don’t move too much when you jog, or your exercise playlist may suddenly switch to slow jams. Luckily, this feature is one that can be disabled if you’re not interested in using it.
Does your webcam footage look less like you, and more like a collection of face-colored pixels? Do you need to turn on every light in the house at noon for it to even begin to work? Maybe you don’t even have a webcam. (Gasp! Shock! Horror!) Webcams have gotten a lot better in the last couple of years, but the newer ones can be pretty pricey.
Take, for example, Logitech’s latest camera, the QuickCam® Vision Pro. For $129.99, you get a camera with some amazing specs. Autofocus, 30 FPS, a 2 megapixel sensor, and high quality 720p images up to 1600 x 1200 pixels. That’s a nice webcam, right? Though, for $129.99, it may be out of most people’s price range. Luckily, Dillyeo can help you out.
The Jabra BT350 Bluetooth Headset is equipped with many likeable features. It has easy access volume buttons, an external LED which indicates charge level, and also has a vibrate option to keep your on-the-job calls on the DL. The multifunction button on the face of BT350 operates power, controls calls, and readies it for pairing. The ear loop is particularly flexible, allowing for a very customized fit. In fact, I could have sworn I spotted Dumbo marching on along LaSalle Street speaking to some unidentifiable source…
The Jabra BT350 also comes with a last-number-redial capability, a very easy setup process, and a talk time of up to 7 hours. Stand-by is said to range from 5-8 hours. So it’s just a little old school, nothing too new about it, but what’s the big deal? It’s so cheap.
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The ViaMichelin X-970 arrived in the US around a year and a half ago. It comes fully loaded with 64MB of RAM, a 400-MHz processor, and a SiRFStarIII GPS receiver technology. On a 2GB SD card Navteq maps covering the U.S. and Canada are stored and supplied. The X-970 also includes 3.6 million points of interest, including the Michelin Green Guide, an aggregation of tourist information with everything from price ranges to hours of operation to historical context.
The X-970 also has Real time traffic capability, Bluetooth capabilities, and is compatible with many mobile devices for handling phone calls on the road, hands free. Despite what has been described as a difficult learning curve, and despite some of it’s less impressive, more frustrating features, the pros definitely counterbalance the cons. Also, for what it costs right now on Dillyeo, I can’t really find a better GPS value on the internet, though you might want to check that out for yourself.
The first was my recollection of being forced awake as a child on every Saturday morning by the shrill, jarring, unstoppable wail of my mother’s vacuum cleaner. Always in those days I longed for a quieter messiah of a vacuum to arrive and deliver me to better times. It never happened.
Digital picture frames are one of the hottest new tech trends this holiday season. After all, why use an old school picture frame that only shows on picture at a time, when you can display an entire slide show, and let your frame double as a photo album? One aspect of digital picture frames that cannot be ignored is the latest hit, digital picture frame keychains, for displaying photos on the go.
If your find yourself shopping for a shutterbug, new mom or dad, or grandparent this season, you probably already know how much they love to show off their latest pictures. And what easier way to do so than with a small keychain that can hold almost 200 photos?
Ever have trouble trying to figure out what to buy someone for Christmas? Maybe you don’t know the person you’re shopping for very well, or maybe they seem to already have everything. Maybe you’re just stuck in a gift-giving rut, and have been buying Dad the same golf-themed trinkets every year since you were eight.
For those who are difficult to shop for, the Holiday Season is a whirlwind of fancy ink pens, back massagers, gift cards, and gag gifts. Why not break that routine (slightly) and give them not just a pen, but a USB flash drive as well?