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Sharper Image unveils Literati eReader with color LCD

Posted in ebooks by Conner Flynn on August 25th, 2010

Sharper Image has unveiled their Literati eReader. The MerchSource-made device sports a seven-inch, 800×480 LCD to show cover art and photos in books. It also sports Wi-Fi to get online but only uses it for downloading books from Kobo’s online bookstore.

The device uses a Kindle-like keyboard below the screen and side buttons for turning pages. This model will arrive in October for $159 at stores like Best Buy, Bed, Bath & Beyond, JC Penney, Kohl’s and Macy’s.

Sharper Image releases 19″ and 22″ LCD TVs with iPod Dock and DVD Player

Posted in LCD by Conner Flynn on September 24th, 2009

Sharper Image releases 19″ and 22″ LCD TVs with iPod Dock and DVD PlayerThe Sharper Image is starting to out some of their products again. Here we have 19 and 22 inch LCD TVs, each with an iPod Dock and DVD Player. The TSI-LCD22DVDi LCD sports a built in DVD player, USB, SD card reader and an iPod dock.

It looks pretty close to the JVC LCD TV’s that have the same feature. Other features include HDMI, PC Audio, VGA, component, S-Video, and RCA inputs. If 22″ is not the optimal size for you, Amazon has the same model in a 19″ version.

Wall-E MP3 player from Sharper Image

Posted in Robots by Conner Flynn on May 1st, 2008

Wall-E MP3 player from Sharper Image
Behold robot fans. We told you about the ultimate Wall-E robot toy. Here’s an animated MP3 player in the form of Wall-E “Waste Allocation Load Lifter, Earth Class”. He’s available from the Sharper Image, but probably most people haven’t noticed due to the chain’s questionable futute.

The 8-inch-tall “iDance Wall-E” claims to talk and dance to the music and his eyes even light up. You can also plug in an iPod or other MP3 player. I suppose it’s the latest version of the “i-Dog,”, just much cooler, since it’s a robot. He only costs $24.95.

Star Wars poker chips will win your hand

Posted in Home,Star Wars by Conner Flynn on January 29th, 2008

Star Wars Poker Chips
What happens in Bespin stays in Bespin. When you are taking in Cloud city, otherwise known as Bespin, and you sit at the table to play a round of cards hoping to score a Millenium Falcon, you don’t want to use boring old poker chips. You want the power of the force. You’ll need it too, players like Lando and Han are tough. How do you think they won the ship?

The set even features a chrome dealer token that looks like the Death Star, plus a set of translucent chips illustrated by artist Russell Walks. You get 50 blue Luke Skywalker chips, 50 blue Obi-Wan Kenobi chips, 50 green Yoda chips and of course 50 red Darth Vader chips. The case even has 72 LEDs that make the chips glow like lightsabers when they’re stacked in their slots. Now that should make other players quake in their boots. The fun doesn’t end there. You also get 2 casino-quality card decks that come in their own foil boxes.