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iGo Arctic Laptop Cooling Pad

Posted in Notebooks by Conner Flynn on March 15th, 2011

If your laptop is known to overheat, then you better get a laptop cooler, before it melts down. But the problem with coolers is that every laptop gets hot in different places, and not every cooler will work for the same laptop.

The iGo Arctic Laptop Cooling Pad should do the trick. It houses a movable fan so you can make sure the right spot gets cooled, making it more effective. It is powered by a removable USB cable that can be stored inside the cooler itself when not in use, and it features an ergonomic design to make using it more pleasant. You can pre-order it now for $29.99 and it ships out on March 22.

LG Pad coming in Q1 2011, with Android Honeycomb, dual-core Tegra 2, and 8.9-inch screen

Posted in LG by Conner Flynn on November 3rd, 2010

The last news we heard from LG, it was canning plans for a Froyo slate and looking forward to a more suitable iteration of Android. And now a senior official at the company has clarified this to mean Honeycomb, describing it as the “tablet PC-version” of the OS.

The 8.9-inch LG Pad should arrive in the first quarter of 2011, featuring a dual-core Tegra 2 chip inside. The release window is for both domestic and overseas markets. We are intrigued by this one and can’t wait to get more details.

USB Wireless Keypad for portable number-crunching

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on December 30th, 2008

USB Wireless Keypad for portable number-crunchingBrando’s new USB Wireless Keypad is great if you’re looking for a wireless keypad for some serious number crunching. You’ll get the standard keypad keys, 13 hotkeys, and a neat uilt-in trackball. Sure, it’s no Optimus Aux, but it might come in handy if say, you plan on doing some serious calculations at Starbucks or on the bus. It’s yours for $37.

Roll-up mouse pad with USB hub & speakers

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on November 20th, 2008

Roll-up mouse pad with USB hub & speakersToday’s mice don’t really need a fancy mousepad, but many of us like to have one for our home PC. And this one is pretty convenient. First, it rolls up so you can get it out of your way when it’s not needed, more importantly it features a 4-port USB hub and dual speakers. Obviously it’s made cheap, but it sure would come in handy during travel. For $22 you really can’t go wrong.

CPR Pad: Align nipples & push

Posted in Concepts by Conner Flynn on June 18th, 2008

CPR Pad: Align nipples & push
At last, a concept that lets you line up someone’s nipples and give them new life. The idea is that you would have this handy if someone collapses and needs CPR. It’s not intended for any kinky nipple fetish you may have.

Just slap it on the chest, line up nipples and follow the instructions. It flashes to show you the proper timing, and clicks to let you know if you’re using the right pressure. It just might help save a life or two.

Asus handwriting pad for Eee PC

Posted in ASUS by Conner Flynn on June 11th, 2008

Asus handwriting pad for Eee PC
Looks like Asus has been working on an official handwriting recognition add-on for the Eee PC. Which is good news if you’ve been trying to mod your DS to do the job, but failing miserably. It was demoed at last weeks Computex show, and it accepts English and simplified Chinese characters via the Eee’s USB port.

The touch pad is just over 2-inches across, with the whole thing measuring 4.3 x 4.4 x 0.7 inches. If you’re big on handwriting, you’ll have to wait. How long we’re not sure. No launch date or price info yet.