This new flash drive from infoThink is one of the coolest looking memory sticks seen in a long time, it’s 8GB disguised as an internal hard drive from your PC or laptop. There is still only a 8GB version available, but let’s hope they will make larger versions as well in the future when this hopefully becomes a hit.
The pen drive sits in a real metal housing and has blue glowing accents. Get this drive as the perfect novelty gift for your techie friends.
Find/buy it here
You probably have a plain black keyboard for your PC or a silver keyboard for your Apple. But why keep it boring and generic? Why not spice up your desktop with one of the keyboards from the list below?
The keyboards in the list are more or less useful, but one thing they all have in common is that they can replace your current keyboard in some situations. Granted you cannot write an essay with the Peregrine Gaming Glove, but then you can do something with that which you cannot do with your plain old keyboard.
The Kitty keyboard didn't make the list because you can't actually type on it, but wouldn't it look nice on your desktop?
Two Norwegian twins have started a war against the ugly generic 3D glasses we are given at the cinema when going to watch a 3D movie. From the first time they went to see a 3D movie they knew that there had to be a market for designer 3D glasses that would work for 3D cinemas and televisions also.
I remember my first experience with 3D glasses, I was going to watch Avatar 3D and saw this huge box of glasses next to the cinema entrance. I remember how everyone was taking pictures of each other in the lobby while waiting for the doors to open, I don’t think they took these pictures because the glasses looked good, they did this because the black 3D glasses looked totally goofy. Kine and Einy Paulsen (the founders of Ingri:Dahl) noticed this as well, they just took it further than I would have ever thought of. They are now designing and producing 3D glasses, they already have a collection available on their website, but now they are looking to expand with a new collection and therefore they are using Kickstarter to raise $10,000 to start the production of the new generation Ingri:Dahl 3D glasses.
According to their Kickstarter page the new generation glasses will work in all cinemas world-wide but also on a number of 3D television brands, such as LG, JVC and Vizio.