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USB Super 16-port Hub from ThinkGeek

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on March 15th, 2010

If you’re in the market for a new USB hub, then check out this 16 port USB hub from ThinkGeek called the USB Super Hub. It’s not your typical USB hub with 4 or even 8 ports. This one comes equipped with 16 USB 2.0 ports and a 22.5W PSU.

The built-in power supply makes sure that you don’t need an additional AC adapter. There’s also a switch so you can switch the hub between two computers. This convenient hub will cost you $159.99.

Super packing gel puts bubble wrap to shame

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

Check out this great innovation in the world of packaging. Shown at the Nepcon world expo in Japan, a company named Sealedair demonstrated the ‘Pack in instance’ packing system. It looks like a perfect way to pack delicate items for shipment and it can be used no matter what product or box size you’re working with.

Just insert the packing material, inject the gel and you have a perfect mold of the object where it rests comfortably. It may just be the future of packing materials. I assume the real trick would be to make it cheap enough to be affordable to use.

Sony Vaio P details: 1.4-pound, super widescreen Netbook

Posted in Sony by Conner Flynn on January 7th, 2009

Sony Vaio P details: 1.4-pound, super widescreen NetbookLooks like Sony has gotten all official on us, even though everyone already knew that this Netbook was real. Sony’s hyped-up Vaio P Netbook weighs under 1.4 pounds, is under an inch thick, and it packs in an 8-inch screen with a 2.08:1 aspect ratio (1600×768!).

The netbook also sports Verizon WWAN 3G mobile broadband, has a keyboard that’s 10% smaller than the Vaio TT and 802.11n wi-fi. It also comes with an instant start OS that lets you access music, internet and email without fully booting Windows Vista. As you might expect, the Sony Vaio P will be available in several colors. Five to be exact. Red, green, black, white and onyx.

Super Electrofluorescent Profanity Machine swears, tells the time

Posted in Clocks by Conner Flynn on December 21st, 2008

Super Electrofluorescent Profanity Machine swears, tells the timeSwearing has lost it’s luster, let’s face it. Words that used to have an impact just don’t do it anymore. We’ve become de-sensitized. We need a new way to sling profanity. Like with a clock. The Super Electrofluorescent Profanity Machine will generate random four-letter words for you at the rate of one per second. The machine was constructed from fluorescent vacuum tubes, and also tells time. We just love clocks that use vacuum tubes, but we never thought we would see them swearing.

It will cost you $125, but if you have the money, it’s an interesting take on the whole tube/clock/swearing thing. According to the designer, every four-letter English word could possibly show up on the display. To prevent gibberish, the device is programmed to display pronounceable words, not just random letters.