- The Smart Finger is made from silicon to offer a comfortable fit to any finger size.
- It can help measure length, breadth, and volume in a very intuitive way through simple button operations.
- The distance (measurement) is calculated on the basis of the time taken by the signal to beam from one finger tip to the other and back.
- The measured distance is displayed through LED.
- The device sports 2 buttons that help display the measurements in different units, record and store the measurement, calculate volume and area plus view the information in text format (details on how to operate are explained in the images).
Sunday, March 13, 2011
Mobile phones are a great means of communicating on the go and are helpful to keep in touch with family, friends and colleagues. However, unlike the old landline phones they also store a great deal of data with the SIM cards having more memory now and added SD cards for even more space.
As such if you want to keep on top of things, if you want to feel safe and secure and want to keep an eye on your spouse, your children, your boss or employees, particularly if they have kindled your suspicions for some reason, then you could invest in the SIM car spy elite editions.
Why is it that a really good cuppa always seems to cool at 10 times the normal rate when you're working at your computer? It's really very annoying. Well at last there’s a solution with this easy to use USB cup warmer. Simply plug this little gadget into your USB port, pop your cuppa on the hot plate, and it'll extend your drinking time by up to 30 minutes.
- USB-powered hot plate.
- Temperature of hot drinks can be maintained at 40 degrees after an hour.
- Includes DC to USB Cable.
- Powered via USB from your PC or Mac.
- Low voltage (5V).
- No driver installation required.
- Colours may vary.
- This product is not a toy, keep out of reach of children.
- This is an electrical item, don't splash with liquid.
- The hot plate gets hot, please use with caution.
- Cannot be used with plastic cups.
- 12 x 12 x 2cm. Cable length: 50cm.
|Pico Mini Handheld Projector-1|
|Pico Mini Handheld Projector-2|
With the ability to project your videos and pictures up to the size of a home cinema screen, this ingenious Pico Mini Handheld Projector is what your iPhone or iPod was made for. If you want to see your photos at a larger size than your piddly iPhone screen, then all you have to do is whip the projector out of your pocket and connect it up. Before you know it, you can see your digital media at sizes up to 60 inches across.
It also works with laptops, PCs and other mobile phones and digital cameras with a USB connection, so all your digital media can be seen by everyone. The projector itself is small enough to carry in your pocket, meaning that any time you want to show off your snaps and videos all you have to do is get it out and get projecting. There's a built-in media player with a 4GB capacity, so you won't run of space any time soon, either.
- A pocket-sized projector for all your portable media.
- Compatible with iPhone, iPod, laptops, netbooks, mobile phones, digital cameras, mobile gaming devices (via USB).
- Watch videos and slide shows.
- Also shows business presentations on Powerpoint.
- USB connection for data transfer and power.
- Displays images up to 60 inches wide (4:3).
- 480 x 320 resolution.
- Up to 2 hours of battery power from full charge.
- Suitable for ages 12 years +.
- H: 1.5 W: 5 D: 10.3 cm.
Sunday, March 6, 2011
|Catherine Palace-Outside St Petersburg-Russia|
|Hearst Tower-New York City-USA|
|Institute for Sound and Vision-Hilversum-Netherlands|
|The Chrysler Building-New York City|
|The Golden Temple-Amritsar-India|
|Tigers Nest Monastery-Bhutan|
|Wat Rong Khun-Chiang Rai-Thailand|
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Wednesday, March 2, 2011
Epson knows that good quality printers are hard to come by these days, and they being an old hand in the industry, intends to spice it up with more all-in-one models. We’re talking about the new range of Artisan all-in-ones, namely the Artisan 835 and Artisan 725. It seems that Epson has done a little bit of market research on their own, and the results were in their favor (obviously), where image quality of their printers was preferred by consumers 3-to-1 over the competition. It also helps that Epson’s latest range of printers will come with a host of unique features, making them being marketed as a “perfect match” for today’s active, digital families that who need just a solitary solution when it comes to printing.
The Artisan 835 would be the flagship model of the series, where it will feature a 7.8″ smart touch panel display, a 3.5″ color LCD display, an integrated fax capability (not that many people use it these days, but still), and a 30-page Automatic Document Feeder which makes it a snap to copy and fax documents in a jiffy. As for the Artisan 725, this model will come with an enhanced touch panel for easier navigation. Both of them will come with 2.5 times faster wireless connectivity thanks to Wi-Fi n connectivity, not to mention support for wireless printing from an Apple iPhone. It also touts to have the fastest 4” x 6” photo print speed in the world, but we guess that depends on how it was benchmarked. Using Epson’s six-color Ultra Hi-Definition Claria ink, printouts are expected to look stunning, whether images or text.(Cool-Gadgets)
Do you remember the day when a calculator was a separate tool from your cellular phone? Man, I can still remember the days when pocket calculators were expensive. They were really big back in the late seventies when the tech got small and cheap, but I highly doubt there is a big market for them now. This particular calculator is known as the X-Cool, and it is a very obvious attempt to make math look cool by turning this calculator into a mod of a video game controller. The fact that the calculator has X in its title is a definite indicator of the X-box 360 controller that it is similar to, but it has the color of a PS3 one.
I like how the addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division signs are on the left, where a movement joystick would be. Then all the other keys are where the firing would be. I have no idea what the “bumpers” do, but I like where the CE and equals keys are placed. As for the numbers, that’s probably where they belong.
So, whether you are a math nerd or a gaming nerd, this would be the calculator for you. You should be able to get it for about $13.99.(Cool-gadgets)