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Aroma USB protects you from your own BO

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on June 1st, 2008

Aroma USB protects you from your own BO
Aromatherapy isn’t a new concept. USB-powered diffusers have been around for awhile. But the Aroma USB makes no bones about the fact that it knows something funky is going on in your immediate area, and like a glade plug in, it wants to help.

Maybe it’s that moldy half-eaten bag of cheetos you call a mousepad. More likely it’s your own BO, mixed with a subtle hint of Hot Pockets. The device has a scented fragrance strip that doles out pleasant smelling air when the air around you gets so bad that it threatens to attract the affections of Pepe LePew. A refill will last up to about a week. The noses around you will thank you.

Arologic wireless scenting solution

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on April 24th, 2008

Arologic wireless scenting solution
We’ve seen countless wirelessly-enabled gadgets and devices, so it’s really no surprise that someone would come up with a wireless solution that zaps foul aromas so you don’t have to go near them. Air Aroma’s Arologic claims to be the world’s first wireless scenting device and it will allow you to control a network of scent diffusers remotely.

Inside of multiple “scent zones,” scenters can “activate a scent, vary the intensity or even change the aroma.” So, what we have here is basically a high-tech perfume dispenser. No pricing information just yet, but Arologic should be available in most of the firm’s diffusers in Q3. The image looks like a bunch of colorful little bullets that could easily kill you, but their colorful nature would make it a fun party for the guy doing your autopsy.