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Archive for April, 2007

Iomega 250MB ZIP drive starter kit

author Posted by: George on date Apr 30th, 2007 | filed Filed under: (home)Office, Home use, Uncategorized

ZIP 250MB USB Starter Kit

Remember this one?

A ZIP drive. I didn’t see one in a long time but they still seem to be around.

This USB 250 Mb starter kit contains a external USB ZIP drive with 3 zip disks for 250MB

Don’t know if it really interesting any more with now that the memory sticks are getting cheaper every day. But is still think that it is a real cool principle.

Go check out the ZIP 250MB USB Starter Kit and tell me what you think!

Bluetooth Handsfree with OLED Display

author Posted by: George on date Apr 26th, 2007 | filed Filed under: travel, VOIP / Phones

Bluetooth handsfree phone

See what I can do, I can be on the phone without using my hands or shoulders 🙂

I always see those people driving around going everywhere on the road where they don’t suppose to be and guess what they all have in comen???? Right they are all on the phone. OK in lots of places they are now talking about banning SMS messaging in the car (who dears to try that any ways) but that doesn’t help for the “normal” calling person.

This Little device can help you with that. From now on you don’t have to wear those ugly and annoying headsets just attache this little Bluetooth device in your car and you are ready to go and you can start calling without your hands 🙂

Check out the big list of specifications at ThinkGeek and become on of the first in your group of friends that uses a safer way of calling in your car.

Garmin GPS 18 for laptop navigation

author Posted by: George on date Apr 25th, 2007 | filed Filed under: travel

GPS, 18 USB, N. AMERICA DELUXE, W/

The Garmin GPS 18 is one of the cheapest way to get a navigation system. Ok it doesn’t come with a screen or any other hot cool device, it is just the USB GPS unit and the software. So get you laptop out and you are ready to go on your way.

Garmin did there best to make it as easy as possible for you by putting nRoute and MapSource City Navigator software in this package.

Why would you want to spend double the money on a other GPS device if this Garmin GPS, 18 USB does all you want.

Check out the Garmin GPS, 18 USB and see what you get for just over 100 dollars.

Heart shape USB mouse

author Posted by: George on date Apr 24th, 2007 | filed Filed under: Home use, Mice / keyboard, Products, Uncategorized

Computer mouse to show you love

Now you can show you girlfriend, coworker or wife you true love by changing there computer mouse to this nice heart shape one.

Just a nice different way to say I love you 🙂

USB 2.0 7-Port Super Slim Compact Hub with LEDs

author Posted by: George on date Apr 23rd, 2007 | filed Filed under: (home)Office, Home use, Hub

USB 2.0 7-Port Super Slim Compact Hub w/ LEDs

I always wonder how in earth am I gone connect 127 devices to my USB port? Most hubs offer you 4 port so that means that I will need a lot of hubs to connect 127 devices (I wonder if a hub is a device to). But now I ran in to this little guy. It is small and cool (because of the LED’s) and offers 7 USB ports.

So a 7 port USB 2.0 Hub gives me 3 more ports then what I am use to so that helps a bit. And the small footprint means that it also doesn’t take to much room on my desk.

It even comes with an external power adapter (just in case you need one) and that can make live a lot easier.

I would say check this USB 2.0 7-Port Super Slim Compact Hub out it is handy and cheap (less then $15) 😉

Soldius 1 Solar Charger

author Posted by: George on date Apr 19th, 2007 | filed Filed under: travel

Soldius 1 Solar Charger let the sun charge your ipod or cell phone

Going on a trip without the changes to charge you ipod? This Solar charger can help you out 🙂

The Soldius Charger is compatible with more then 250 types of mobile phones and compatible with all Ipods ( check out if you device is compatible at ThinkGeek.com ) 

The sun can charge your phone or mp3 player in 2 to 3 hours (in direct sunlight) so ideal for a trip in to the mountains.

check out the Soldius solar charger at ThinkGeek.com and get convinced that you can’t live with out it.

 

Waterproof Digital Wrist Camera

author Posted by: George on date Apr 16th, 2007 | filed Filed under: Home use, travel

A waterproof digital camera for on your wrist

Are you one of the adventures types then maybe this 3 mega pixel camera can be your next best friend.

It comes with a wrist band and that makes it ideal for sports. Just take a quick picture when you are skiing, diving (up to 100 feet), climbing, mountain biking or what ever you want to do.

This camera can of course also make movies (640 x 480) so now you can film your girlfriend swimming in the pool check out sample movie

The camera accepts SD cards to up to 2gb so lots of pictures or up to 54 minutes of movies with all your travel fun.

Check out the waterproof wrist cam at ThinkGeek Electronics

Saitek A-350 Bluetooth Wireless Headset

author Posted by: George on date Apr 11th, 2007 | filed Filed under: Music, travel

Saitek A-350 Bluetooth Wireless Headset

Sick of the wires? This will help 🙂 a wireless headset it’s easy and it is wireless.

Just stick the transmitter in you headset connector of your Ipod or any other audio device and your headset will get the Bluetooth signal and bring you the Sounds.

So maybe now you can go jogging without getting stuck in the wires.

And the battery of the headset and the transmitter will last around 6 hours so that should do the trick. And the good thing is that the batteries are rechargeable and this package comes with the charger 🙂

Check out the Saitek A-350 Bluetooth Wireless Headset and see if it fits your needs.

DiskGO 1″ Mini Portable Hard Drive

author Posted by: George on date Apr 9th, 2007 | filed Filed under: (home)Office, Home use, travel

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Ok a memory stick is nice and all but it can still be pretty expensive if you want a BIG one.

You can choose for a slightly bigger solution with this DiskGO 1″ hard drive. The biggest version is 12GB and cost just over 130 dollars.

Check the DiskGO out at EDGE Tech Corp.

No, I will not fix your computer T-Shirt

author Posted by: George on date Apr 5th, 2007 | filed Filed under: (home)Office, Home use, Products, T-shirts

No i will not fix your computer tshirt for the real computer geek

If you are one of those people that people like to ask if you can help them with there computer problem then maybe you should look in to getting one of those t-shirts.

 

Specially now our supplier has to much in stock and you can get them even cheaper then normal 😉 Check it out at ThinkGeek and order one today so that you can have an easy weekend 🙂