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Wearable Bluetooth Ring; We’re Calling It “Precious”

Posted in Bluetooth,Rings by Tam Yue on March 5th, 2014

bluetooth RingThis may not be the One Ring to rule them all, but it could definitely allow you to have the power of controlling many devices with the flick of your finger. Logbar’s Ring is a Bluetooth device fitted with an accelerometer that is capable of recognizing finger gestures. Depending on the gestures you make, you have the ability to send texts, turn on your music, and check emails just by simply writing in the air.

The Ring will alert you of new texts and emails by either vibration or LED lights that light up on the side of the Ring. According to Logbar, the Ring can perform up to 1000 gestures before the battery needs to be recharged. There are so many “pros” to this device it’s hard to tell you about them all in this article. Here is the …

Xbox 360 red ring of death finally fixed?

Posted in Xbox 360 by Conner Flynn on March 2nd, 2009

Xbox 360 red ring of death finally fixed?Xbox 360 red ring of death have you red in the face? Not to worry. Group product manager Aaron Greenberg says that it looks like the guys at Microsoft have finally found a solution to this problem.

In an interview with Edge Online, Greenberg said that Microsoft is pretty confident that the red ring of death should be a thing of the past very soon. The answer was apparently found through repairs and updated technology. He says they’ve “put the worst behind us on this.”

Revolver Ring is a seriously small gun

Posted in Weapons by Conner Flynn on November 28th, 2008

Revolver Ring is a seriously small gunThese miniature gun rings won’t kill, but they may make your wedding vows a little more serious. Because when you and your spouse each have one of these, arguments end very quickly. While they would make interesting conversation pieces, I wouldn’t wear one to the airport. These rings come with tiny bullets that you can put in the chamber, which we hope is non-functional.

The gun is modeled after antique wild west revolvers and presumably would have been great for women on the frontier to protect themselves, as well as Mini-me. It’s a nicely crafted and tiny weapon.

“Yes I Do” soundwave wedding ring

Posted in Apparel by Conner Flynn on November 23rd, 2008

“Yes I Do” soundwave wedding ringHere’s a ring only a married geek could love. Most people engrave their wedding ring with things like “Forever” or “Yes I Do” etc. Instead of engraving those words on a wedding ring, this ring comes with a cut-out of the sound wave of “Yes I Do”. Designer Sakura Koshimizu uses lasers to cut out the shape of the waveform of those sounds.

He’ll use sound editing software, record the sound and the software will show the sound waves on the screen, which can then be fed into a laser. Hey, it’s better then a tattoo. How many ya got now? Pam, Mary, Laura and Britney? Meanwhile you’re married to a Sarah. Yeah, this is much better. You know, just in case.

Wired Optical Ring Mouse

Posted in Mouse by Conner Flynn on May 19th, 2008

Wired Optical Ring Mouse
The Wired Optical Ring Mouse looks like it would be impossibly frustrating to use at first, but after thinking about it for a few seconds, it just might be ingenious.

Just slip it over your finger, move the tiny trackball with your thumb and watch as you navigate your way around the page like a professional. I think it’s supposed to slip on your ring finger, hence the name. That way, it should be easy to manipulate the buttons with your thumb as well. It only costs £14.99.

2 carat ring mug: you shouldn’t have

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on February 17th, 2008

2 carat ring mug: you shouldn’t have
When you care enough to give the very least, you should consider the 2 carat mug. It comes in an oversized jewelry box, so when you present it as a gift, all she’ll see is the ring.

Then she will say, “You cheap bastard!”. Once she digs in the box she will find it attached to the mug and she will say again, “You really are a cheap bastard!” And she’d be right. This white porcelain lameness, with clear Swarovski crystal only cost you $17.99. You will be sleeping on the couch for quite awhile.

Ring Around Your Pulse

Posted in Health,Rings by Chetz on May 11th, 2007

Heart Monitor RingUsually when you or your doctor take your pulse you would use a blood pressure cuff, a clip on one of your fingers or even just counting the beats on your neck the old fashioned way. Taylor Gifts is bringing the pulse counting business into the 21st century with its heart rate monitor ring so you can always tell what your rate is with just a quick glance.

While its bright red design won’t win any style awards it does get our approval for displaying your pulse in large enough numbers (between a range of 30 to 250 beats per minute.) If you want to use the ring in conjunction with an exercise routine the ring also features a stopwatch mode and a timer mode so after you do your workout you can check back and see what your vitals are like.

The FDA approved …