Review: Logitech UE Mobile Boombox. Photo: Ariel Zambelich/Wired If you’re looking for something that closely matches the $200 Jambox in portability and sound, but costs substantially less, the $100 Logitech UE Mobile Boombox is the device I’d recommend.
I spent two months testing a baker’s dozen of these tiny speakers, and this UE Mobile Boombox was my favorite of the entire lot. Ktulu - Divacore.
Kuwaete Sukkiri Tongue Exerciser. The Kuwaete Sukkiri Tongue Exerciser has three muscle-building techniques that can help improve your face line and those flabby, sagging cheeks.
Put the mouthpiece over your tongue and feel it work as you exercise your mouth and facial muscles. It might look a little unusual from the outside but, with its grapefruit flavor fragrance, it will be comfortable and healthy to use. Supervised by professional esthetician Kimiko Hirayama, just use the Kuwaete Sukkiri ("just add and feel fresh") for one minute per day. Use your tongue to lift it up and down, or lightly clench down on it over and over again. NuForce NE-700M/X Earphones. Photo: Courtesy NuForce NuForce is known for producing high-end digital amps, and the company has somehow squeezed its audiophile know-how into a great-sounding, comfortable and attractive set of earbuds.
These machined aluminum bullets are only $70, and at that price, they’re a steal. They earn our highest recommendation. Sound quality on the NE-700Ms is excellent. How to Break Into Hobbies with an Intimidating Learning Curve. Always wished you knew more about wine, coffee, or fashion but not sure where to start without buying overpriced junk?
You're not alone. Hobbies like coffee, wine, and tea are often associated with steep learning curves, difficult to understand jargon, high price tags, and worst of all, annoying people. Leap Motion. FYLM - Foldable Speaker by designaffairs. Quirky Stem Lightning Review: Stab a Fruit and Spray its Juice. Unleash Your Headphones' Full Potential with a USB DAC and Amplifier.
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I'm still using a pair of inexpensive (for the time — $100) 20-25-year-old Sony MDR V7's (I think it's the V7 as opposed to the V6 — it's at work, and I'm currently at home). This is a closed, over-the-ear headphone. The low-end-bass, crispness, and dynamic range are amazing (yes, I know that the frequency response isn't flat, but I like the colored sound of the Sony). Lytro. Cheap Solar Charger Tops Off One Battery At a Time. Slim. Creator of Slim Name: Human Republic Occupation: Industrial DesignMember since: 2011/10/31 Human Republic is a design studio specializing in high-end solutions for your home and workplace, and a full-service consultancy located in Toronto, Canada.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews 39 of 45 found the following review helpful: Comfortable HeadphonesFeb 24, 2012 By Inna Tysoe "Inna Tysoe" I have had quite a few headphones over the last few years and these are the first $100 ones I have owned. They are also are the first I have had with the powered noise canceling feature. Round-The-Clock - Wristwatch by Kőrös Benedek. Junkers BAUHAUS Automatic with power reserve 6060-5. Valencia Time Center is a watch specialty store located in the Westfield Valencia Town Center mall in Valencia, California.
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Superheadz Clap Camera. It's a memory card reader!
It's a camera! Actually, it's both. The Superheadz Clap Camera ($50) is a super small, super simple camera that shoots two megapixel photos or 720x480 movies, which it stores on a MicroSD card that you slide into one end. Pop off the other, and you'll find a USB connector that you can stick directly into your computer for offloading. Or, as the website says, "Take a photo like you applause for being touched from the beauty of the sceneries".
Q Knot Original - The Multipurpose Reusable Cable Tie. Glass Keyboard and Mouse Shrug Off Crumbs and Spills. Unit 01—04. Unit 01 is our very first Unit, a smart, reliable bag developed for one of your most precious possessions: your computer.
Unit 01 is delivered in a package together with the two smaller pouches, Unit 02 and 03, the ultimate stuff pouches designed to carry your phone, wallet or charger. Unit 02 and 03 are attachable on the inside or outside of Unit 01 making it possible to design your bag according to your own needs - that's the beauty of Unit Portables! Unit 01. Fingertip Sized Camera Does HD Video On the Cheap. EDC Kit. Specifications PRY BARUses –Pry, cut, lift, score, pull apart –Remove staples –Open boxes, etc.
–Tear drop hole removes deeply embedded nails Dimensions 2 inches long Material D-9 industrial grade steel PRECISION TWEEZERSUses –Pull out splinters –Pluck, pick, grasp –Pointed tips for precision. Quirky’s ‘Ray,’ a Solar-Charging Suction Cup. Ray sticks to a window and slurps up the sun How do you make sure your solar panel is always pointing at the sun? Well, sticking it in the window would be a good start, and that’s just what Quirky’s new Ray does — literally. Ray is a combined solar charger and suction cup, meaning you can stick it to the windshield of your car or the window of a sunny room and convert photons into precious electrons.
The simple device also contains a battery, so you can store energy by day and drain it by night. Insert Coin: Ray solar charger adheres to your window, basks in the sunlight. In Insert Coin, we look at an exciting new tech project that requires funding before it can hit production. If you'd like to pitch a project, please send us a tip with "Insert Coin" as the subject line. The most frustrating products are the ones that have such simple ideas, you're upset that it hasn't been done before -- or that you weren't the one that came up with it. No idea is so simple as the brilliant Ray solar charger. A mobile phone juicer that comes with a kickstand and built-in suction cup so that it's nearly always pointed right at the sun. WiFi Hotspot & Flash Drive Cufflinks Connect More Than Your Cuffs. October 30th, 2011 by Lambert Varias Last year we featured a pair of flash drive cufflinks. Luxury cufflink maker Ravi Ratan ups the ante this year with an even geekier pair of fasteners, perfect for those of you who are known by your loved ones as Support… Tech Support.
Not only are these linkers of cuffs a pair of 2GB flash drives, they can also act as WiFi hotspots. Handy Meter Measures Water Straight From the Faucet. The handy meter gets into the flow One sure sign that the news-desert of August is almost upon us is that concept designs outnumber real new products. With this in mind, take a look the the Handy Meter, a digital measure for your faucet that looks more useful than some of the real gadgets you can buy in your local department store. The device, designed by Jeon Hwan Soo, slips onto the end of the faucet and measures the flow of water. The total amount delivered is displayed on an LED readout. The idea is that you can measure water into a recipe straight from the tap instead of going via a measuring jug.