Want a full-sized keyboard that you can roll up and take anywhere? Than ElekTex's Smart Fabric
Keyboard is just what you've been looking for, its 100% fabric, water-repellent, and very
light (2.4 ounces). It uses Bluetooth technology to connect with compatible devices and even
comes with a PDA stand. An embedded LED displays keyboard and Bluetooth connectivity status.
Keep a close ear on your computer with the CP-1. Hidden inside this otherwise normal looking
mouse is a condenser microphone - capable of picking up on any nearby conversations. It
measures 53 x 95 x 35 mm and weighs just 75g. Source
Hammacher Schlemmer's "Multimedia Chair" just might be the ultimate gaming accessory, offering
two 50-watt speakers (built into headrest), a 300-watt amp (concealed in chair base), and a
sound transducer — "the same technology originally used in multimillion dollar USAF flight
simulators and theme park rides" — that converts low-frequency sounds into vibrations. One
drawback, it costs $799.95.
f you want to combine art and technology into one device, SoundArt has the answer in its
stylish canvas speakers. Just hang it on your wall, plug in your music source and enjoy the
space around you. From music to movies the audio options are endless. Almost any audio source
can be played through it – your Hi-Fi, iPod, DVD, CD or use the output on your AV system.
Featuring one or two canvas speakers, a subwoofer, and your choice of canvas print. One
potential drawback, it costs $3700.
For around $2079, you could buy this nifty folding computer bed. It features gas pistons which
assist in the bed to desk transformation and also dampens the natural action of weight
MUJI, best known in for their innovative yet simple products, has come out with speakers made
of cardboard and a few electronic components They ship unfolded in a clear plastic pouch —
fold them up and they're ready to use. Now that's what we call portability. MoMAstore has them
available for puchase now at $42 USD. Source
One look at the Optimus and you know you're dealing with something different. This innovative
keyboard has customizable OLED keys — program them to launch applications or as hot keys and
use your own icons/animations/pictures for a personal touch. Source
One pedal controls movement while the other is for the clicks. Pedals are made from an
injection molded plastic shell and feature a "360-degree, pressure sensitive mechanism". Source
This nifty little bouncy ball type gadget is actually a digital camera that snaps 3.0
Megapixel images when bounced. The SatuGO is notable in that it includes 1GB NAND memory and
sports a timer/flash so it can also be used as a webcam. Just plug it into your computer's USB
port for quick and easy recharging.
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