Power Zoom Vanity Mirror

November 21, 2006

This optical quality mirror boasts a magnification from 1x to 5x. The best part about it is that it will adjust on its own, in seconds, with the touch of a button. Zooming in and out like a camera lens the multiple magnifications allow you to customize the mirror to meet your needs, as well as your vision requirements. The 6″ break resistant mirror has three LED lights positioned around it for maximum lighting and powered with three AA batteries.

See your zits at 5x it’s glory!

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ETEN glofiish M700

November 21, 2006

 

ETEN glofiish M700, with double “i”s… Eten makes nice PDA phones… most of the time… a high-end device with side-sliding QWERTY keyboard that features both WiFi 802.11b/g and GPS with SirfStar III chipset for navigation, quad band, FM radio, 2-megapixel camera and QVGA touch-sensitive display, microSD and miniUSB, in slider form-factor with EL backlight for the keys of its full keyboard. Chunky too…  and a little wrong in proportion. Looks strange after a while…

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trioBike

November 21, 2006

Pure Industrial design for as  much as €3,082.87 with all accessories built in, easily and without the use of tools, can be transformed into a bike and a pushchair. The trioBike has 5 point safety belts for the children, disc brakes, integrated front- and rear lights, fireproof hood and seats, that also have been tested for heavy metals.

Great idea but bloody expensive… at least the kids won’t die when they get hit by a car or got caught in a fire… or not?

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CrazyPC Hover Mouse

November 21, 2006

 

The world’s first 100% friction-less mouse. It hovers approximately one centimeter above the mousepad with the help of “electromagnetic hovering technology”. Since  friction-less wear is eliminated, in-game accuracy increases… in fact, at 6000 DPI… Its not cheap at USD74.99 but it looks cheap.

Cancer of the hand increases too…no?

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The Fat Leg Cable table

November 21, 2006

It’s so simple, it makes sense.

The Fat Leg offers cable management with character, where better to store unsightly cables than inside a giant fat leg?

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