Dunk Mug

November 14, 2006

Dunk Mug… holds 3 biscuits… for dunking…

I want a bread version for my Milo…

Extract from Firebox

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This I must have… €699, this luxurious GPS sports a 4-inch touchscreen, SiRF Star III receiver, 400MHz processor, 64MB of RAM, 64MB of flash memory, SD / MMC slots, USB 1.1 connectivity, 3.5-millimeter audio output, 2-watt integrated speaker, and a connector for an external antenna. With MP3 / WMA playback,  JPEG viewer, and houses NAVTEQ maps of 37 European countries. A list of speed radars will always be on tap thanks to its connection to the SCDB database. I wonder if there will be a Singapore version…

Extract from GPS And Co

Imp Amp for the almost poor

November 14, 2006

Can’t afford the minipod? Get the Imp Amp. It plugs directly into your PC and adds a touch of style to your desktop. Claims to gives amazingly faithful sound quality for its size—it’s only 8cm high, so you can pack it in your pocket or bag at the end of the day and use it at home.

Extract from BoysStuff

Flying Alarm Clock

November 14, 2006

Mankind are innovative when it comes to alarm clocks… that why Technogad has so many posts on them, and I don’t even need any… I just used my phone. Anyway, for the hard-to-wake-unless-irritated-by-a-mosquito type of people, this flying alarm clock launches a flying mosquito-like propeller into the air. The floater makes an incredibly annoying noise, forcing you to get up, find the thing, and put it back onto the base. BoysStuff makes an even worse claim sure to frighten the sloth, “…eventually it will run out of juice, so it could wake you up by dropping on an exposed body part, such as the head…”

Extract from BoysStuff