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Author Archives: Kristie Bertucci

Coffin Shaped Mouse

Coffin Mouse By Christen da Costa

Zspire has introduced one of the most morbid looking – and named – mouse ever. The Aluminum Coffin mouse is constructed of metal, metal alloys and plastic. It weights about 165 grams, measures 3″x4.5″x1.125″.

Zspire also plans the release of a copper version that will set you back $150. You can custom design (takes 25 days to process) a mouse by adding a logo or engraving, and can modify the buttons and cover with a satin aluminum, urban grass, white light, canvas blue, or iron gate finish.

The manufacturer does not recommend the mouse for gaming as it runs at 800 dpi.

Should set you back $120 for the aluminum version.

Available here.

Story via Gadgetreview via Softpedia

Laptop Pizza Box

Pizza Laptop BoxBy Christen da Costa

A snazzy laptop can sometimes lead to unwanted attention from the wrong eyes – the type of eyes that belong to people who like to steal. To deter the 5 finger discounters simply make a small investment of $25 or so, in the Power Pizza Box. It’s anti-theft, anti-shock, and get this, anti-style. The laptop case is egg-crate insulated for added protection and made from “authentic pizza boxes”.

You can pick one up here

Source: Gadgetreview.com via Gadgetmadness

Specs:
• Corrugated cardboard pizza box
• Max. laptop size: 37 x 37 x 3.6 cm
• Min. laptop width: 28 cm
• Weight: 300 grams
• Ext. dimensions: 38 x 38 x 4.7 cm
• Some assembly required

Sqeezebox MP3 Networker

ByChristen da Costa

The Squeezebox by Slim Devices delivers your tunes to your stereo in the most stylish of ways. Finished in glossy black or white and complimented by a brushed metal face plate you’ll be hard pressed to find a better network MP3 player. It can also hookup to your network wirelessly assuming you wanna drop the extra $50 for the option.

It offers multiple hookups such as digital analog and coaxial, and supports MP3, WMA, FLAC, AAC, and WAV files. Packed with a remote, the wired version goes for $249, while the WiFi (recommended) runs $299.

The Squeezebox can be purchased directly at Slim Devices’ website.

Source: Gadgetreview.com via Designtechnica.

Bone Conduction Speakers

Bone Conduction SpeakersBy Christen da Costa

If it ain’t good enough to have just a rear view mirror in your motorcycle helmet, well now you can have speakers too. Software developer Nippon MMI Technology Inc. has designed a bone conduction speaker that is now safe enough to place in your helmet. Previous in helmet speakers had never met safety standards due to their coil and magnet design. Nippon’s speaker system uses piezoelectric ceramic which is apparently soft enough to not cause damage to your head in case of impact.

The speaker system will run about $50, but is only available in Japan and South Korea. Nippon is in talks to bring the product to the US sometime soon.

Story via GadgetReview.com

Picture courtesy of NewLaunches

Panasonic Plasma TV Records TV

Panasonic Plasma TV
By Christen da Costa

If you are willing to shell out $12 grand for a TV then you should get a little something extra, right? Well, thats exactly what you get when you buy the Panasonic Plasma 65-inch TH-65PV500. It includes a bundle of features, but most importantly is its ability to record live TV to its intergrated SD card. Just pop out the SD card and you’re in business.

Story VIA InfoSyncWorld