10 Coolest New Gadgets

1SoundArt Canvas Speakers

SoundArt takes canvas art and turns it into a speaker. The system includes a distributed mode loudspeaker that sits in the frame, your choice of canvas print and a powerful sub woofer.Just hang it on your wall, plug it 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.


Want a new way to carry your iPod Shuffle? Check out the iShirt, which uses a patent-pending magnetic clasp system to make your iPod shuffle part of the t-shirt design. No modification is needed to your iPod shuffle. Simply place it over the clasp area of the shirt and it locks into place. The shuffle stays firmly attached even with vigorous activity. A quick pull easily removes it from the shirt.

3$9 MP3 Player

For those who want a no-frills MP3 player, the Evergreen “DN 2000” is a great choice. It plays music directly from SD-memory cards (1GB max.) and is powered by a single AAA battery for up to 5 hours of continous playback. This player measures 58×60×13 mm and weighs 30g (without batteries). Best of all, it costs just $9 — so you won’t have to worry about it getting lost or stolen. Source

4Inflatable Massage Chair

Here’s a first: a bargain-priced inflatable massage chair that can be taken anywhere — great for the hotel room. This massage chair includes three intensity levels, nine functions, timer control, repair kit, and remote. The electric pump (included) inflates this chair in just one minute. Source

5Multifunctional Credit Card

Imagine the device that unites everything that you carry along: a mobile phone, a player, your credit and discount cards, your apartment and your car keys. This multifunctional credit card of the future measures 54×85,6 mm. It boasts a video phone, built-in program that displays discounts, remote control for any device, GPS system, and even a gaming device with network support. It uses biometric fingerprint technology to authorize users before performing any secure actions like payment, opening of a car door, etc. Source

6Solar Generator Briefcase

Sol8 is an ideal option for anyone who works outdoors and needs a low-cost alternative power source. This handy package of power is great to run laptops, small electric hand tools, DC refrigerators, GPS systems, portable electronics, and a whole lot more. It’s also great to charge your batteries. It generates 13W — 14VDC/750mA — of power and detachable connectors for your laptop/electronics/etc. Source

7Cell Phone Mini Projector

Code-named GPP2, this cell phone doubles as a portable mini projector for those emergency presentations. It features a swivel LCD touch screen along with a d-pad that controls the navigation menu. Answer calls using buttons located near the bottom. Pricing and availability have not yet been announced, and the quality of the current engineering model is yet to be improved. Source

8Giovannoni Timesphere

The Giovannoni Timesphere is a nifty alarm clock that is capable of projecting the time onto any surface via a wireless orb. While sitting on the base, the wireless orb is charged through induction and once it is completely charged feel free to place it wherever. The orb will project the time onto a wall or surface and easily be lost when kicked or played with by a cat. Source<

9Mini Desk

Made by MiniStatements, the “Mini Desk” looks good enough to drive. The entire desk is constructed from what looks like a real Mini with its top chopped off, interior gutted, and left door panel removed. Style doesn’t come cheap, it retails at a whopping.Source

10BenQ Wall Scanner

BenQ has unveiled a new type of scanner which can be hung on a wall (2cm – 9cm wide) via a hook to scan large posters or other images — horizontally/vertically depending on their thickness. The front cover can be replaced by a mirror for cosmetic “touchups” at the office or by a whiteboard for use as a notepad.Source