The Six Part Toaster rotates and heats the toast in single compartments. The compartments lift from the main assembly and swing open to allow toast to keep warm and crisp on its hot plates. The toaster is ideal for homeowners that are inspired by contemporary touches in their living space, making an inspiring centerpiece at the dinner table.
To celebrate the 20th Anniversary of The Legend of Zelda, Nintendo, in cooperation with The King of Games, is producing fabulous Zelda collectibles that will make any kid who grew up with Link drop a tear of joy. Yeah, I am one of these (grown up) kids. Hyrule rules!
PeopleStaff, an employment agency in Japan, is adding robots to its usual roster of people. The agency will dispatch Hello Kitty Robot, a robotic receptionist capable of sensing a visitor’s presence, greeting him or her and holding simple conversations.
The Nagoya-based agency is also offering the services of Ifbot, an elderly-care robot that chats and poses riddles and arithmetical problems to train the brain and help avoid dementia.
Let’s go to sleep in a sexy bed, pretty girls are waiting for you to have a really exciting night. Reality bedding uses a revolutionary new printing technology that makes the image come alive! Sharp and lifelike, it just leaps off the surface of the fabric.
The Freud mouse rug is undoubtedly the world’s most finest computer mousing product. The design for this functional mouse rug has been adapted from an original rug that covers the most famous piece of furniture in the world, Dr. Freud’s Psychoanalytic couch. A brilliantly coloured rug. Other mouse rugs available.
The Optimus Keyboard is the coolest computer device I’ve ever seen. It uses OLED technology, so it means that every key of the keyboard is a stand-alone display showing exactly what it is controlling at this very moment. It’s also multilingual and it’s good for any layouts: notes, numerals, special symbols, HTML codes, mathematical functions. I can’t wait to lay my fingers on this keyboard!
This winter-weather structure that inflates in two minutes and accommodates four children, instantly provides shelter for snowball-fights, “capture the flag,” and other winter activities. The substantial fort measures 7′ x 6′, and is crafted from durable, crack-resistant PVC vinyl for years of rigorous use. It includes two clear surveillance windows, two inflatable snow shields, and two detachable flags, as well as a hidden emergency escape hatch for stealthy exits. This is the perfect device for sophisticated Winter games.
Just plug the Calibug to your USB port and you instantly have access to hundreds of HD quality test patterns. Your computer has VGA/DVI output, which is how you will get these HD patterns on your screen.The Calibug HDTV comes in a standard keyfob version and a Swiss Army Knife version. This is a great gift for a Videophile!
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By the time electronic calculators began to appear in the mid 1960s, Olivetti had established itself as a manufacturer of innovative, stylish office machines, pioneering several designs of typewriters and electro-mechanical calculators.
Bellini, together with friends, contributed greatly to the revival of international interest in Italian design. Among his many design projects, he was engaged by Olivetti to bring his really original touch.
Pocket watches don’t always have to be round and antiquated. With this new resolutely modern design, Tissot shows that pocket watches are far from being objects of the past. Its characteristic Tissot "T" serves also as a supporting stand, either in the same material as the case in polished or brushed steel or black PVD, or contrasting with a striking yellow PVD "T". The watch has an integrated alarm, a quartz movement and a battery with a three year life.
The Blowfly is like an annoying mosquito that wakes you up right on time. When the alarm
activates, the round device hovers in the air and emits a ridiculous noise. The only way to stop it is to grab it, and
set it back down in its docking station. Designed by Ena Macana, the
Blowfly won third prize at the 2005 Taiwan International Design
Robotic vacuum cleaners clean hard floors and carpet without supervision. The robot vacuum cleaner navigates using ultrasound. The sonar that emits the ultrasound vibrates at a rate of 60,000Hz and is coated with thin gold plate for best performance. Highly sophisticated electronic sensors enable Trilobite to navigate around furniture, travel under chairs, detect and avoid people, pets, and stairs. When it’s done with the job, Trilobite returns to its docking station to automatically recharge.
The world’s largest manufacturer of laptop PC’s, Taiwan’s Quanta, will manufacture an ultra-low-cost laptop developed by Nicolas Negroponte, the chairman of Massachusetts Institute of technology’s Media Lab. Barry Lam, Quanta founder and chairman, said:
“Quanta would like to contribute its industry-leading laptop technologies to the future success of the project, in hope of affording children worldwide with opportunities not only to close the ‘digital divide,’ but also to bridge the ‘knowledge divide.’ This project signifies a new stage and scale for the laptop industry by including those children never before considered to be laptop users.”
The laptops will be sold to governments and issued to children by schools on a basis of one laptop per child.
Learn the mysteries of the sky with this SkyScout which can identify and locate any celestial object visible to the naked eye. Point the SkyScout at any bright star and it will instantly identify the object and guide you through the discovery of the sky.
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