Seiko Spectrum Bracelet Watch Uses E-Ink, Looks Scary Cool

Seiko Spectrum Bracelet Watch Uses E-Ink, Looks Scary Cool

Check out this Seiko Spectrum bracelet watch, which uses flexible E-Ink display technology that wraps all the way around its circumference. It displays a time in two modes, and pictured above is its “mystery mode,” making you guess WTF time it is, but looking pretty nonetheless. The other mode on…

Clickity-Clackity Steampunk RSS Reader

Clickity-Clackity Steampunk RSS Reader

Forget Google Reader or Feed Demon for your RSS needs, this modified telegraph sounder taps out RSS feeds using MagpieRSS PHP script to grab them and Morse2LED to make them tappable. It’s a little useless if you don’t know Morse Code, but it looks pretty sweet next to its steampunk…

Nintendo ’80s Arcade Cabinet

Nintendo ’80s Arcade Cabinet

Costco‘s selling this Nintendo classic arcade cabinet. Since you can get Mario Bros. Donkey Kong and DK Jr variations on Game Boy, what you’re actually paying $3000 for is the orange paint and amazing cabinet art. Twin joysticks, and a 19 inch monitor round out the 250-pound pre-8-bit-era game machine.–Brian…

Wall Mirror Doubles as TV and All-in-One PC

Wall Mirror Doubles as TV and All-in-One PC

Mirror TVs are nothing new, but this is the first I’ve seen that does triple duty, playing the role of mirror, TV and PC all in one. DND Casa calls their concept mirror the ARCO, and from the looks of it, it’d make for a pretty sweet Media Center, letting…

Shocking: An Innovative iPod Case from DLO

Shocking: An Innovative iPod Case from DLO

In another shocking freezing over of hell, we have discovered an iPod case that is actually *gasp* innovative! This case for fifth generation iPods looks normal on the front, but the backside has a pretty nifty cable-management system. It has an extension that the cord can be wrapped around and…

Bulgari Makes a Phone Strap

Bulgari Makes a Phone Strap

Whether you spell it Bulgari or Bvlgari, you have to admire the luxury designer’s entrance into a market previously dominated by cheapo Japanese models. This strap is made of “supple black calf leather” and palladium, which means $3.99 this strap is not. The other feature, if cellphone straps could have…

Coiled USB Cable is Genius in Cable Form

Coiled USB Cable is Genius in Cable Form

When did coiling up cables go out of style? Was it when people stopped using corded landline phones in favor of cordless ones? In any case, we’re pretty excited at these coiled-up USB 2.0 cables from x-tremegeek. There are three cables, an A-B type, an A to mini B, and…

Saitek’s Obsidian Mouse Scrolls By Touch

Saitek’s Obsidian Mouse Scrolls By Touch

Saitek Obsidian mouse could be the sexiest mouse they’ve made as far as we can remember. Much more useful than the Easter mice, the Obsidian has a touch-sensitive scrolling pad instead of a scroll wheel, two back/forward buttons on the sides, and a 1000 DPI sensor. Oh, and it looks…

Robust Surface Navigation Fills GPS’s Gaps

Robust Surface Navigation Fills GPS’s Gaps

GPS is great, but it isn’t always accurate. It’s susceptible to interference, especially in urban settings, which is why Boeing is working on a new system to fill the holes that GPS has when it’s really needed. The objective of the Robust Surface Navigation (RSN) program is to develop technologies…

Hotdoll: The Sex Doll for Dogs

Hotdoll: The Sex Doll for Dogs

Is your dog in heat and humping anything it can wrap its horny little legs around? Are you constantly having to pry your promiscuous pooch off the legs of guests, parents and members of your church? Protect your leg from a hump attack by getting Scruffy a Hotdoll. Yes, it’s…

Sky IM-R200 Has Dual Sliders, Is Weird/Cool

Sky IM-R200 Has Dual Sliders, Is Weird/Cool

We’re always suckers for odd and different design. Now Korean phone maker Sky complies with our desires with its IM-R200, a cool-looking slider with a red-bordered numeric keypad that slides out its middle like the meat in a sandwich, while a second screen is revealed with another sliding mechanism. It’s…

‘The Floppy’ Indoor Golf Balls

‘The Floppy’ Indoor Golf Balls

The name of this product sounds like the e-mails the usually fill up my spam folder, but The Floppy is actually an indoor-use golf ball. It is made out of a soft core and woven outer shell, but still feels like a real golf ball so that short game can…

Wi-Fi Fish Tank Lets You Care for Your Goldfish From Afar

Wi-Fi Fish Tank Lets You Care for Your Goldfish From Afar

Thanks to the magic of technology, soon you won't have to rope one of your friends into feeding your fish when you go on vacation. Mohamad Abou El-Nasr, an assistant professor at the Arab Academy for Science and Technology in Egypt, has developed the Wi-Aquarium, a Wi-Fi–equipped fish tank that…

NAB07: Badass Vintage-Style Mics With Modern Innards

NAB07: Badass Vintage-Style Mics With Modern Innards

NAB's North Hall was home to all of the microphone manufacturers, and a few of them had vintage-looking mics with modern dynamic internals, standard XLR connectors and no phantom power required. Check out that Heil Deco Series Heritage Mic pictured here, a PR20 dynamic mic housed in an "Elvis Style"…

Aluratek Photo Frame Plays Photos, Music, and Video

Aluratek Photo Frame Plays Photos, Music, and Video

Aluratek's new photo frame may not transfer images wirelessly nor does it sport a honkin' big screen, but what it does have (that most of its competition doesn't) is the ability to play all kinds of media, like MP3s, MPEGs and AVI files (in addition to displaying your photos of…

Samsung Brings PiP to Mobile Phones

Samsung Brings PiP to Mobile Phones

Samsung is bringing a new phone equipped with Mobile TV to South Korea, the SCH-B710. While Mobile TV is just taking its first baby steps here in the States, in South Korea it's been going strong for some time now, so they're already on to a second generation of phones…