Save your memories, then open a cold one with this clever USB flash drive that doubles as a handy bottle opener. Now if only you could remember where you put it after you drink yourself silly…
Handmade from Pennsylvania cherry wood and aluminum, Level Eleven’s ultra-compact Pico-ITX computer build is a thing of beauty. Be jealous. You can’t buy one for yourself.
A tiny version of the 1967 synth used by the likes of David Bowie and Kraftwerk, this gadget features the same sounds as the original, along with retro organ sounds, vibrato and pitch bend effects.
Based on the mechanics of a flight simulator, the Acadalus CPS-H1 is a self-leveling tripod head equipped with a digital inclinometer and stepper motors, keeping shots level with minimal fuss.
Product designer Steve Gates created this concept microwave for cooking up quick meals without ever leaving your cubicle. The mini micro would use special meal trays and RFID tags to set cook time.
While other watchmakers strive to create watches that are increasingly harder to read, Art Lebedev keeps things simple with the Verbarius clock, which tells time using words instead of numbers.
This Mini LED Projector has a rechargeable battery, wireless keyboard with remote, built-in speaker, USB port and SD card slot, 3-in-1 RCA cable and b/g Wi-Fi, and all of it fits in your laptop bag.
Out later this year, the Nokia N8 runs on Symbian^3, has a 3.5″ touchscreen display, 12 megapixel camera, 720p video capability with HDMI output and includes free Ovi Maps.
Leica’s compact digi-cam offers a sharp 12.1 megapixel sensor, and a 12x optical zoom lens. It can capture 720p HD video, and even has built-in GPS for recording location data onto images.
Apple fanboy Gary Katz built this teensy little recreation of an Apple Store inside a shoebox. A nice touch is the mini Genius Bar video screen and illuminated Apple logo made from two iPhones.
This Android-based media player from Archos has a 7-inch touch screen, and is great for movies on the go. The expandable 8GB handheld can also surf the web, and read e-mail over its Wi-Fi connection.
These handmade iRetrofone docks are sculpted and cast one at a time from resin, are compatible with all iPhone models and let you charge your phone with your own USB cable. Love that handset.
Practically a wearable bag, the Travel Vest has 22 pockets and compartments, some of them big enough to hold an iPad. It also has hidden conduits to connect wires to the devices in the pockets.
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