Posts Tagged ‘gadget’

Mini MP3 dance pad will let you play with your finger

Tuesday, September 14th, 2010

The best gadgets are the ones that are useless but fun and this one exactly fits the bill. All you basically do is try to keep up with the game by pressing the buttons that light up as fast as possible and advance to the next stage. The nifty part is that MP3 files can be loaded to the 128MB of flash memory on the device, so you don’t have to listen to those horrible bleepy electronic tunes that usually can be found on cheap electronic games. It’s basically a pocked sized version of Dance Dance Revolutiomn. According to the box, you will ‘play with your finger and open your wisdom’. No idea whether or not that that’s actually the case, but for $17.10/€13.35 at DealExtreme it seems like a pretty nice desk toy to kill some time. It’s also available with some other artwork on top.

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Spy Gadget Week – #4: GSM Cell Phone Watch

Thursday, August 13th, 2009

Spies don’t call their GSM Spy Bug using a Nokia 3310, they need a more elegant device. Something that doesn’t scream ‘HEY, DON’T WORRY I’M JUST CALLING MY GSM SPY BUG’ and matches their black dinner jackets. This Mind Blowing Cell Phone Watch in Stainless Steel (yes, that’s really what our friends from Chinavasion named it) seems to be up to the task. Besides the obvious phone functionality, this cell phone watch has a camera, a 1.5″ touchscreen, a mini SD-slot and supports GPRS web browsing, MP4 playback and Bluetooth connectivity. Quite impressive for a device that fits on your wrist and only costs $145.63/€102.43. Unfortunately, this watch doesn’t come a built in laser cutter or remote detonater, although you probably don’t have a license to kill either. Video after the break.

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Spy Gadget Week – #5: GSM Spy Bug

Wednesday, August 12th, 2009

Have you ever seen a movie where the spy hides an audio transmitter and there are at least five people in a van outside controlling all the computers to receive the signal? Those days are over. You don’t need those people and the van anymore. Nowadays, you just buy the GSM Spy Bug for a measly $26.56/€18.75 – yes, it’s that cheap to spy on people these days. All you got to do is pop in a SIM card,  plug in the battery or the power supply,  turn it on, leave it somewhere and call the number. That’s it. You’ll hear everything within a 5 meter radius of the device. Just keep in mind that you’re a spy. You really don’t want to know what your partner says about you when you’re not around.

Spy Gadget Week – #6: Portable Night Vision Scope With Infrared

Tuesday, August 11th, 2009

There are only few things on earth a spy should trust and the Giant Panda isn’t one of them. These bears are notorious for stealing your bamboo, especially if you can’t see them in the dark. Luckily the Portable Night Vision Scope($212.75/€150.05) comes to the rescue. If you ever trained using a realistic first person spy simulator, like Duke Nukem 3D, you already know the importance of night vision scopes. For those who don’t, there’s a top secret video of the device in action after the break.

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Spy Gadget Week – #7: Wireless Spy Necktie Camera

Monday, August 10th, 2009

This week, it’s Spy Gadget Week. Find out which 7 gadgets are best to get started on your top secret mission.

Spy cams are a dime a dozen these days, but most of the cams just aren’t up to the task of top secret spy work. Most common are those cams disguised as a pen. Problem is, who still uses pen and paper in this era of wireless multi-touchscreen keyboard devices? Nobody. So the last time I saw somebody grabbing his pen, I quickly landed a right hook the jaw. Ain’t nobody spying on me, kid.

Another spycam is disguised as a pink lighter. Besides the fact that no spy wants to be seen with such a cheap looking lighter, what will you do if somebody asks you to light a cigarette? Bad idea.

Then, there is this Belt Buckle Spy Camera. This shouldn’t even be called a spy cam. Real spies don’t film crotches, perverts do.

So finally, I came across this Wireless Spy Necktie Camera with Portable Receiver. I wasn’t really convinced by the Necktie Camera ultil I saw that photo. You just know that guy isn’t a spy. But he is. And that’s what spying is all about.

Find out tomorrow which spy device takes up spot number 6.

Spy cams are a dime a dozen these days, but most of the cams just aren’t up to the task of top secret spy work. Most common are those
(http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.11461~r.76585803)cams disguised as a pen. Problem is, who still uses pen and paper in this era of wireless multi-
touchscreen keyboard devices? Nobody. So the last time I saw somebody grabbing his pen, I quickly landed a right hook the jaw. Ain’t nobody spying on me,
kid.
Another spycam is disguised as a http://dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.26932 pink lighter. Besides the fact that no spy wants to be seen with such a cheap looking lighter, what will you do if somebody asks you to light a cigarette? Tell ‘em it doesn’t work? They will tell you to throw the $1 lighter away or want
to try it for themselves. Bad idea.
Then, there is this Belt Buckle Spy Camera. This shouldn’t even be called a spy cam. Real spies don’t film crotches, perverts do.
So finally, I came across this Necktie Camera. I wasn’t really convinced by the Necktie Camera ultil I saw that photo. You just know that guy isn’t a spy.
But he is. And that’s what spying is all about.

Knuckle Cracking sound toy burns your spirit

Friday, August 7th, 2009

The Yubipoki has been on the market for quite some time, but is now available from China as the Knuckle Cracking Sound Toy Ball Chain for only $2.68. It’s still more expensive than cracking your knuckes for free, but also ultimately more awesome. At least this comes with a super real poki poki sound system. Just watch the video after the break if you’re still not convinced.

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