ThinkGeek is now selling the fabled bluetooth laser virtual keyboard for $179.99. The 3.5 inch gadget projects a laser keyboard on any flat surface, providing a full qwerty keyboard for your cell phone or PDA. When you type on the keyboard, the device emits simulated click sounds, providing much needed feedback since you are typing on keys of light. How far off is a giant laser keyboard projected onto the floor? I'm sure people would love to recreate that piano scene in Big whenever they attempt to stomp out yet another tedious corporate email.
This solar panel tie collects light and, through a process that even Scientologists don't understand, converts it to usable energy. The tie has a little pocket on the back that stores the gadget you're charging, and is completely impractical. I'm all for green shit (figurativ... / Continue →
The Powerstick is a little 40 gram device designed to recharge your gadgets when they run out of juice (not the fruit variety, I'm talking power here). It fully recharges via USB in 90 minutes and is then ready to charge your mobile devices. "It can charge a portable device a... / Continue →
Intel has created the world's thinnest notebook called the mobile Metro notebook, coming in at less than 0.7 inches thickâ€”about one-quarter of an inch thicker than the Motorola Razr cell phone. The thing weighs just 2.25 pounds and uses flash memory in place of the standard ... / Continue →