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Kodak’s 14 MP Slice touchscreen camera, Pulse digiframe and Playsport Camcorder

Posted in Kodak by Conner Flynn on January 6th, 2010

Kodak was busy showing off some new products at CES. The first is the ‘Slice’ touchscreen camera, which comes with a 3.5 inch rear display, 5x optical zoom, 14mp sensor, image stabilization, and 30fps 720p video capture. It can take up to 5000 images and also sports a new direct-tag feature.

The Pulse digital photo frame features Wi-fi, 512 MB storage and a 7 inch display to view images at 800×600 pixels. Then there’s the Playsport Camcorder, which is rugged enough to endure some extreme situations. It supports HD recording, has a 2 inch LCD, 5 MP still shots, smart face tracking and SD/SDHC card slots. It also has a HDMI output and supports USB.

Multi-blade pizza slicer makes every slice perfect

Posted in Kitchen by Conner Flynn on August 4th, 2009

Multi-blade pizza slicer makes every slice perfectSlicing a pizza isn’t exactly rocket science. And yet, somehow, you are always left with a few slices that don’t quite match up in size. That’s fine if you’re eating your pizza alone, but if you’re sharing this can lead to bloodshed. Pizza is delicious after all.

This Equalizer Multi-Blade Rocker Pizza Cutter guarantees that each and every slice is equal. This way you can eat your pizza in peace without anyone complaining. There’s one problem. It costs between $190 and $250 depending on the size.

Pizza Pro 3000 Circular Saw is the manly way to slice pizza

Posted in Kitchen by Conner Flynn on February 4th, 2009

Pizza Pro 3000 Circular Saw is the manly way to slice pizzaSince the very dawn of pizza, when it’s mighty cooked aroma filled the air for the first time, the pizza cutter hasn’t changed much. But now some genius, and I’m not being sarcastic, has come up with the ultimate pizza cutting tool.

It’s the manliest, most hardcore pizza cutter ever. And though it won’t rev up like a real saw and cut both your pizza and the counter-top beneath, you will find yourself mimicking the powerful sound of the saw as you slice and dice and accidentally cut it into a million pieces due to fun overload.