Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Tech gadgets from around the world

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technology & gadgets from around the world…

PostHeaderIcon Yuneec e430 Electric Plane

PostDateIcon January 26th, 2010

The Yuneec e430 electric plane is the world’s first electric airplane to be commercially produced.  Electric cars are becoming quite popular so it was only a matter of time before electric planes started being manufactured. Electric planes can no longer be considered futuristic.

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PostHeaderIcon The Home Core Integrated Toilet

PostDateIcon January 25th, 2010

At first glance the Home Core Integrated Toilet simply looks weird, however, its a cool way to add a unique touch to the washroom.

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PostHeaderIcon Philips LivingColors Lamp

PostDateIcon January 25th, 2010

The LivingColors lamp was created to change the mood of a room by emitting a variety of colors so that individuals can paint their walls and ceilings with a hue that reflects their personality and mood.

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PostHeaderIcon Dell Froot Concept

PostDateIcon January 22nd, 2010

An industrial designer named Pauline Carlos has created an interesting concept for Dell.  The concept is called the Froot.  The Froot is a new type of computer that is composed of two projectors that eliminate the need for a traditional monitor or USB keyboard.

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PostHeaderIcon Mast Humidifier

PostDateIcon January 22nd, 2010

As the entire world pushes towards using clean energy, more and more gadgets that don’t require electricity will be created.  The Mast is a humidifier that doesn’t use electricity.  Instead, the Mast draws up moisture into its sails by capillary action.

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PostHeaderIcon The SilverSTAT 7

PostDateIcon January 22nd, 2010

The SilverSTAT 7 fuses together energy efficiency, HVAC control and style.  The SilverSTAT 7 is an advanced programmable thermostat that can manage a home’s heating and cooling system with a seven-inch touch screen display.  However, the SilverSTAT 7 is more than just a thermostat.  The device can stream music, photos, and other content directly from a person’s home computer.  It provides users with real-time weather forecasting, email, and stock prices.

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PostHeaderIcon Adidas miCoach Training Platform

PostDateIcon January 21st, 2010

Adidas recently revealed a device that could help people become better runners.  For years Adidas has focused on designing and developing footwear and apparel for athletes. Now, the company is interested in creating technical gadgets that can accompany their athletic footwear and apparel line.  The miCoach training platform is one of the only devices on the market that will verbally coach a person while they’re running.

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PostHeaderIcon The Auto Lift Iron

PostDateIcon January 21st, 2010

The auto lift iron is perfect for people who are easily distracted in the midst of chores.  The steam iron is an innovative gadget that self-lifts when it doesn’t sense the touch of a hand. It probably won’t be long before more irons incorporate one-touch technology.

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PostHeaderIcon HD3 Black Pearl Watch

PostDateIcon January 19th, 2010

The HD3 Black Pearl Watch has an intricate design and is perfect for someone that is interested in seeing the inner workings of their watch as the minutes and hours tick away.

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PostHeaderIcon Sony MDR-NC300D Noise Canceling Headphones

PostDateIcon January 15th, 2010

Most noise canceling headphones are big, bulky, and heavy but Sony’s new noise canceling headphones removes the bulk and heaviness.

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PostHeaderIcon Light and Cork USB Flash Drives

PostDateIcon January 15th, 2010

It won’t be long before the people that create USB flash drives run out of ideas on what to model the drive after next.  Green House, a Japanese company that specializes in flash memory cards decided that their USB flash drives would come in the form of corks and bulbs.

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PostHeaderIcon Aircell and Gogo Video

PostDateIcon January 14th, 2010

Air travel can provide a person time to catch up on reading, napping, and in some cases work. Unfortunately, most people have a difficult time getting their work done because of a lack of Internet service in the sky.

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PostHeaderIcon TV Ears

PostDateIcon January 14th, 2010

TV Ears provides a courteous way for people to turn up the volume on the television without disturbing everyone else in their home.  The device is wireless and is a technology developed specifically for TV listening.

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PostHeaderIcon Celestron CGE 1400 Aplantic

PostDateIcon January 13th, 2010

Astronomers are consistently finding new mysteries in the universe.  Recently, astronomers spotted a super-earth that is 80 light years away.  The planet is four times heavier than earth, and the discovery was made using a Kepler telescope.  Fortunately, there are numerous telescopes on the market that can help people take a deep look into space and get lost in the sky.

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PostHeaderIcon Cube Based Chess Set

PostDateIcon January 13th, 2010

Chess is a game for individuals that like to strategize. The game is about making careful decisions to outsmart your opponent.  The game emerged in Europe during the 15th century, and chess has maintained its popularity hundreds of years later.

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