Transport your bright teddy wherever you go. Mimobots are what happens when designer toys meet USB keys. These cute little creatures, designed by Yahid “Serial Killer” Rodriguez and others, come in 256MB, 512MB, 1GB and 2GB sizes. These little things are so cute we want to adopt them all.
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The recoiling cable with adjustable combo lock wraps around the snowboard, through the bindings, to the ski rack. While we would recommend leaving your board tied up overnight, at lunch-time, it will deter thieves from grabbing it and nonchalantly walking away. The Board Lock‘s clean, low profile design fits neatly into your pocket. You love your board, so protect it.
If you’ re never in the mood to clean up your house, the smile of the Vice Versa’s “Tokey” brush and dustpan will give you the power to clean everything in two minutes. The smiling brush is very cleverly designed because the handle fits in the dustpan, so it’s a big space gain.
The Estes XB 39 Eagleye R/C Digital Camera Plane isn’t just a remote controlled plane. You can take amazing digital pictures from an eagle’s eye view with it. The giant Eagleye has a wingspan of 55 inches, is 34 inches in length and has twin ducted fan jet engines. You can take up to 26 aerial photographs with a simple push of a button on the transmitter.
This limited edition white L.E.D. watch lights up brighter than any other watch available. The time is read by reading the hours on the left and the minutes on the right. When the button is pressed for the time it will spiral all the lights on and off then show the time. Press the button again and the day and date will be displayed. The watch lights up every light in a spiral and then off in a spiral every 2 minutes from 6 PM to 1 AM. Be a real pimp, grab one of these.
Hannspree is a Taiwanese company that makes televisions and LCD screens. They come in all shapes: apples, basketballs, but also animals and firetrucks. Even the remote control matches the monitor. We think it’s a wonderful idea because a regular TV is not a very beautiful object.
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Seiko made the first wristwatch that uses e-ink technology. It means that the display, made of e-paper, shows a constantly changing mosaic pattern along with the conventional time display. The watch will be called the Seiko Spectrum, and it’s set to be released on January 27, 2006 in Japan. If you want one of these babies, it will cost you $2,200 USD.