Apparently someone named "Crazy Jon" decided to install twelve 30 inch monitors on a wall in his house. The monitors are powered by three networked computers with two 512MB video cards in each, producing a total resolution of 49,152,000 pixels. This project required additional support beams for the wall, an intricate series of 48 fans to keep the monitors cool, and three 1,000 watt power supplies. As to why Jon spent thousands of dollars on the setup, I'm sure it's to watch twelve Ernest movies at one time. No price is too high for that much Ernest.
Because all things USB make my heart race I bring to you the USB Typing Speed Light. When you are not typing the light is yellow, when you start it turns blue, and the faster you go the brighter it gets. Of course I have no need for the likes of this because I know exactly ho... / Continue →
Mr. Tengu is a little USB gadget that changes faces based on the sounds in the room. The little guy responds to sounds, music, and other stimuli with a range of facial expressions, and even sleeps when he gets tired. So basically he does absolutely nothing except stand there an... / 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 →