September 8, 2010
The Dyson Air Multiplier fan works very differently to conventional fans. It uses Air Multiplier technology to draw in air and amplify it 15 times, producing an uninterrupted stream of smooth air. The advantage to this design is that you don’t have to worry about kids sticking their fingers into the fan and cleaning is as simple as wiping the ring with a piece of cloth.
The Air Multiplier comes in three sizes. The 25cm and 30cm Table version AM01, available now in Singapore, costs SGD399 (USD297.14) and SGD429 (USD319.48), respectively. The former is available in iron/blue shades while the larger fan comes in white/silver and silver/iron colors. The bigger Tower AM02 and Pedestal AM03 versions which will set you back SGD699 (USD520.55).
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September 3, 2007
If you don’t mind being chained to your desk, this might help evaporate a modicum of sweat in even the steamiest of situations. A rechargable battery will be better… but anyway, why bother… just get a proper fan!
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June 12, 2007
With 42 LEDs mounted on the blades, the LED Art Fan spins and create images. With 5 megs of memory, it holds up to 128 individual frames. You can animate, spin, slide, flash and dissolve to your heart’s delight. All the while, enjoying the cool breeze from a chromed-up art-deco desktop fan.
Show off your favorite anime using the included software. Import animated GIF files, or draw your own frames. If you’ve got a logo you want to display, have at it!The LED Art fan works with Windows 2000 and Windows XP.
Wow, imagine installing this fan at Kopi Tiams playing Coke and Tiger logos and advertisings… sponsored by them of course…
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April 7, 2007
In the land of the rising sun, germs are a concern. That’s why this USD15,900 “air shower” actually exists there, forcing despondent salarymen to subject themselves to a crazy wind tunnel that sucks the pollen and germs out of hiding in their various creases and crevasses before they enter an office building.
They used to just eat sushi for long life…
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December 1, 2006
Ora Ito has packaged the computer geeks’ (people like me) nightmare into a glossy white bomb. 4 USB ports, 2 FireWire ports, 8 colorful LEDs, USB fan and light.
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