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PlayStation business card case

Posted in Games by Conner Flynn on March 14th, 2011

The original PlayStation may be gone, but it is not forgotten. That’s why Takara Tomy Arts has introduced the Original PlayStation Business Card Case for geeks who miss the console and want to present their business cards in style.

It’s made from aluminum and looks just like the original PlayStation, just smaller. It’s available now in Japan and hopefully we will get it here in the US as well. You will certainly make an impression with this card holder. It’s business on the inside and a PS party outside.

iCarpus Stand works with many devices

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on August 16th, 2010

Here’s a simple yet versatile stand that should last you a long time since it works with many common devices. The new iCarpus stand is certainly worth a look. It uses a large spring loaded leg to keep your device firmly in place, while viewing devices both in and out of their protective cases.

The edges of the iCarpus stand are coated in rubber for extra grip too so it won’t slip. It’s only $12. At that price what’s not to love?

TextHook Stroller Smartphone Holder

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on July 15th, 2010

So you need to make a choice between holding your infant and holding your phone, but it’s not socially acceptable to let your kid crawl around on the sidewalk while you answer texts. The $25.99 TextHook Stroller Smartphone Holder is the answer.

It allows you to wheel your baby around in a stroller, while your smartphone remains right in front of you at all times, just waiting for a thief to come by and rip it right off.

iAngle holds earbuds, your iPhone

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on May 19th, 2010

This product’s website is not helpful at all. Good thing they have that image above, which shows you all you need to know about this device. It’s called the iAngle. Essentially it’s an earbud case and a mini iPhone stand in one.

It’s a pretty neat design even if it isn’t a world shattering gadget. It’s only $10 and probably works with other gadgets that are about the iPhone’s size.

A MacBook that holds Business Cards

Posted in MacBook by Conner Flynn on May 4th, 2010

Your business associates should know where you stand in the whole Mac versus PC thing so make it easy for them to see with this MacBook Business Card holder. It has a little keyboard, a dock, and a menu bar and the screen is replaced by a compact mirror, so you can fix your hair.

Miniature versions of the MacBook, the MacBook Pro, and the MacBook Air are available. The card holders will cost you around $30, assuming you can navigate though the product page which is Japanese, to make the purchase.

Spiderpodium iPhone holder

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on March 14th, 2010

The iPhone has cases, stands, docks and apps galore, but until now it has never had eight legs. The Spiderpodium won’t allow your iPhone to scurry away from you like a spider, but it will hold your device on eight bendable spider-like legs.

You can bend the legs to hold your iPhone on various surfaces, maybe even the handlebars of your bike, or on your steering wheel, though we don’t recommend it. The Spiderpodium is available for preorder for £14.99 ($23) and it will be available on March 29th. Should be pretty useful.

Kindle Kradle holds your Kindle, brings the ugly

Posted in kindle by Conner Flynn on December 1st, 2009

Kindle Kradle holds your Kindle, brings the ugly The Kindle Kradle is a pretty ugly way to hold your Kindle. It looks like those take-out beverage holders, but for a Kindle. It allows you to not have to actually hold your Kindle, so it’s at least functional. Right? Well, maybe not.

The folks at over at Wired had a hands on and the Kradle turned out to be less useful than it seems. And using it as a dock is a pain since it’s not easy to thread the cable through the stand. It comes in brown or graphite colors though, and in sizes that fit the Kindle DX and some Sony Readers too.

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Wiitality for hands-free Wii-fit play

Posted in Wii by Conner Flynn on November 22nd, 2009

Wiitality for hands-free Wii-fit playMan, playing games on the Wii can be hard. You are expected to do stuff like move your arms, hold them up, push buttons… All while holding the Wiimote. Add an exercise game to that, like Wii-Fit and it can be brutal. What, do they think we are superhuman?

Well, Talismoon’s Wiitality accessory can help. What we have here is little more than a neoprene band that holds your Wiimote in place, securing the controller on your arm with Velcro straps. At least they aren’t trying to charge a ton of money for it. The Wiitality will cost you $3 at Amazon.

Star Trek metal business card holder

Posted in Sci-Fi by Conner Flynn on August 16th, 2009

Star Trek metal business card holderThis Star Trek Metal business card holder doesn’t beat around the bush. It tells your business contacts that you are a nerd and can qoute lines from any episode. It also tells them that they will be swiftly corrected should they get an episode title wrong or a planet name.

You are also telling them to Live Long and Prosper or you will give them a Vulcan nerve pinch. Thanks to the recent Trek reboot movie’s popularity, you may not even get laughed at. So now is the right time. The Star Trek Metal Business Card Holder is just $12.99.

NES controller business card holder

Posted in Nintendo by Conner Flynn on July 23rd, 2009

NES controller business card holderThis NES Controller will keep your business cards safe, while acknowledging that you are a proud geek and a Nintendo fan. It’s a business card holder with 2 compartments. The first is for your business cards, the second compartment lets you hold other people’s business cards that you receive when meeting them.

This retro tribute to classic gaming is available from Geek Stuff 4U and for around $31 toward the end of October of 2009.

Ultraslim laptop backpack

Posted in Notebooks by Conner Flynn on April 29th, 2009

Ultraslim laptop backpackIt’s like a bullet-proof vest for your back. Only not bullet-proof. No, this won’t cause anyone any concern. You just look like you are part of some covert op and wearing your gear. I’m sure it won’t raise any eyebrows at the airport or the bank.

On the plus side it goes with anything you might care to wear. Hell, why not let your spine handle the load? Especially if you have an old clunker of a laptop that has caused you some arm injuries. It has 3 compartments. One for your Laptop, one for accessories and a pocket.

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Wolverine cable holder

Posted in Accessories by Conner Flynn on March 18th, 2009

Wolverine cable holderNormally Wolverine’s claws will shred anything that they come into contact with. Luckily the adamantium skeleton in this Wolverine Mighty Muggs figure isn’t so strong.

This was once a simple Wolverine figure, but some outside of the box thinking has turned Logan into an effective iPod cable manager. Proof that simple toys can sometimes help keep your gadgets tidy on your desk. It’s only $15 and probably has some other uses as well.

Review: In Your Face iPhone Holder

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on February 9th, 2009

Review: In Your Face iPhone HolderA while back we told you about the iFlyz iPhone holder, designed to hold your iPhone during long flights. It’s a great idea for sure, but you have to question the whole suction cup idea. You don’t want to trust your expensive gadget to a suction cup.

That’s where the In Your Face iPhone holder comes in. It does pretty much the same thing, for the same price, just in a much safer way as there is no suction cup involved. Instead it uses a much stronger spring-loaded iPhone clamp. I’m happy to report that it does it’s job well and has multiple uses while you keep your hands free.

Fake aquarium USB hub & phone holder

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on December 8th, 2008

Fake aquarium USB hub & phone holderThis 3-in-1 gadget gives you a USB 2.0 compliant 4-port hub, a decorative and completely fake aquarium and it will also hold your cell phone, in case you want it to sleep with the fishes. The device glows when connected and in case you failed to recognize the complete lack of quality, don’t be surprised that it will only cost you $9.99.

It holds fake fish, ocean scenery and a Nokia. With USB ports. What more do you want?

Mr. Wilson is hungry for your towel

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on October 26th, 2008

Mr. Wilson is hungry for your towelAre you looking for a clever way to keep your towel off the bathroom floor? Sure, we all are. Mr. Wilson will help. He needs a gig desperately. He was never the same since losing the Pac-Man auditions to that other dude in the 80’s. Who needs a boring towel rack when you’ve got Mr. Wilson? He’s basically a tennis ball with a mouth, mounted to your wall with a suction cup. He’s kinda creepy, but if you like that sort of thing, he’ll cost you around $14.


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