Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Wireless Speaker "EVOLVE"

Finally, the "Evolve" has evolved. Once you had the dock plugged in you are ready to go. You can grab a speaker cube in each hand and walk them anywhere at 100 feet distance. The sound is amazing, great separation, solid bass and clear treble. And the clean, high-tech design looks good.

Each speaker cube has its own long-life Lithium-Ion battery pack, delivering up to 10 hours of music between charges. "Evolve" even can charges wirelessly: to charge the batteries, just place the speaker on its charging station. It's so elegantly simple, there's nothing to plug in, and nothing to unplug when you're ready to stop the party. Each speaker features its own on/off switch on the top of the cube, and an automatic sleep mode to conserve battery charge.

Compatible with every iPod, it also integrates with CD, MP3 players, MiniDisc players, and TV's, stereo receivers equipped with Aux Audio inputs. While the current "Evolve" works with iPhone in airplane mode, the company is working on making it as compatible as possible so that the airplane mode nag-screen doesn't pop up in the future.

The included RF remote lets you switch playlists, shuffle and adjust the EQ.

If you've been looking for a new wireless system it's finally here. Cut the cord.

Monday, March 22, 2010

Cellphone Holder

Look at those pretty roses, all plush and soft and fluffy. You would probably never guess that you were looking at a bunch of cell phone holders:
There’s something just weird about storing your phone in the pedals of these plush roses. It’s almost as if someone bought a large quantity of plush roses and said “what else can I sell these as”. You could also use them to hold desk supplies:

Monday, March 15, 2010

Remote Controled ZOMBIE

Awesome, remote-controlled Zombie, scary and ..dead cool.

With a remote control in your hand you can lead a zombie horde through the land of living and scare the hell out of your co-workers or friends. It does not take a much of the brain to operate this toy. Press the button once, and he hobbles forward! Press the button again, and he comes to a lurching, zombie-esque stop!

Get yours at ThinkGeek.com

Thursday, March 11, 2010

Cassetes to MP3 Convertor

If you are older generation, chances are, you still have many of your favorites songs on the media that new, digital era, kids are completely unfamiliar with. These audio cassettes hold precious ( at least to you) songs of your youth days and while listening to tunes coming from cassette player you think about old days and wonder … if that is the last time you are listening to them. No, you are not going anywhere( at least for now) but your old age audio cassette might. It is not uncommon for this recording media that magnetic tape inside it gets tangled. Before that sad day happens you might consider getting one of The Cassette To MP3 Converters.

This is the portable device that converts your treasured audio cassettes into digital files you can listen to on an iPod or other MP3 player. Simply connect the converter to a computer via USB and insert a cassette. The included audio editing software quickly and easily downloads tracks and exports them in MP3 or WAV format.

Nice feature of this compact analog-to-digital converter is that also operates as a standard cassette recorder with all the expected functions (record, play, rewind, fast forward, pause, stop/eject). It plugs into AC so no worry of misplacing power adapter and RCA input/output jacks will let you record and play through your home entertainment system or other auxiliary source.

Wednesday, March 10, 2010


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Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Glass Stacking Bottle

If you’ve ever tried to carry a stack of glasses and a carafe at the same time… Let’s just say that this stacking glass carafe will make your life a little bit easier in an elegant way. It’s a simple idea that’s well executed for a clean classic design. No more sticking your gross fingers inside the glasses to carry them or leaning a stack of glasses up against your dirty shirt to keep them balanced.