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Lazy Geek Cushion Helps You To Work Belly-Down

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Feels like lying on your belly while you work on your laptop? Lying on your belly the Agama style while working on your laptop may seem like a sweet-pie, at least for the first 10 minutes. After that, I bet it will no longer be a pleasure.

The Lazy Geek Cushion will definitely help you to lie on your belly for longer period before you started feeling the pinch. For how long, I don’t really know. In case you are interested in this nice gadget, you may visit here for details.

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Written by Felix Diamond

June 19, 2008 at 10:13 am

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Hide A Gym In Your Living Room With Otto-Bench

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For those of us who are gym rats and will like to have a gym right in our home, but can’t do that due to space constraints, the solution is at hand.

Otto-Bench lets you hide a gym right in your living room because the gym equipment can be used as normal home furniture when not in use for exercise. This has clearly solved the problem of space which is the major constraints in having a gym in your home.

This excellent Otto-Bench hides the home gym right in your own living room, disguised as a place to sit or even an extra-large ottoman. The Otto-Bench provides an “adjustable Olympic bench press and a free weight set to create a workout solution for small urban living environments.” Designed by Gabriel Prero and Life Fitness, the Otto-Bench is still in its conceptual stages.

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Written by Felix Diamond

June 13, 2008 at 12:28 pm

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See-Through Scanners Installed In US Airports

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Due to new security arrangement, passengers in US airports can now have the choice of either to be checked-in by physical pat-downs or go through security scanners which can see through their bodies and reveal details of their body underneath. The new security arrangement has been installed in 10 US airports for start. This is being revealed by the US Transportation Security Administration (TSA).

A random selection of travelers getting ready to board airplanes in Washington, New York’s Kennedy, Los Angeles and other key hubs will be shut in the glass booths while a three-dimensional image is made of their body beneath their clothes.

The booths close around the passenger and emit “millimeter waves” that go through cloth to identify metal, plastics, ceramics, chemical materials and explosives, according to the TSA.

While it allows the security screeners — looking at the images in a separate room — to clearly see the passenger’s sexual organs as well as other details of their bodies, the passenger’s face is blurred, TSA said in a statement on its website.

Read full details here.

Written by Felix Diamond

June 12, 2008 at 6:47 am

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Amazing V-12 Four Stroke Paper Engine

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This amazing V-12 four stroke origami is a pure genius at work. I used to pride myself on my Paper Mache skills back in secondary school those years. But nothing beats my imagination as the level of skill and finesse put together to achieve this awesome feat of art and engineering skills.

Built by a self-employed Montreal man named Yee, the Origami V-12 is a paper engine that pumps just like real engines (with the help of electrical wires, a resistor, a motor and a battery holder). It looks complicated because it is: One V-12 engine consists of 195 sheets of fine-printed patterns. From those sets, 1,978 pieces are used in total. And it only weighs 3.2 lbs when finished. This makes your 1,000-piece puzzle look like a piece of cake.

Read the full details here and see whether you can take up the challenge of building your own paper engine. The Origami V-12 engine is available for online for $110

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Written by Felix Diamond

June 11, 2008 at 11:55 am

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Scandyna Alien Audio Speakers Will Daze You

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These speakers sure look alien and out of this planet, but that doesn’t subtract from their sound qualities and high aesthetics. If you are into space things, needless to say these exotic looking speakers should be a must-get for you.

The amp has 50 pumped up watts per channel, so when it’s time to turn up the Wu Tang or M.I.A., you don’t need to flinch as you dial up the volume — this system has some serious punch. In the high ranges, you can hear the smallest details in the music, and with the excellent imaging, instruments and sounds pop out all over the room. The soundstage is solid, too, so you don’t have to be front and center to enjoy the beautiful sound quality. The bass is tighter than a drum, although somewhat thin in the deep end — hey, you can’t have everything. Overall, this is one of the best-sounding small speaker systems I’ve heard in some time.

These speakers don’t come cheap; so you must be prepared to shell out about $1550 if you want to lay your hands on these nice gadgets.

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Written by Felix Diamond

June 11, 2008 at 11:28 am

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High-Tech Shoe Makes for Smart Walking

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At $700 (£350) a pair, these cutting-edge kickers cost considerably more than anything from Nike and Apple’s tie-up. But Verb For Shoes are more advanced, featuring an embedded computer to provide “Auto Comfort”, which allows the fit to be adjusted at whim. For example, the shoes can be made ‘cushier’ or altered to provide a slightly firmer footing.

Apart from this, this shoe has the capacity to optionally share information with other smart shoes around it, and data can be uploaded onto a PC from the shoes. This nice gadget of a shoe is available for purchase online.

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Written by Felix Diamond

June 5, 2008 at 5:29 pm

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PRINTSTIK Portable Bluetooth Printer

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If you want to be completely mobile and totally digitalise your life, then you may want to take a look at this nice gadget called PRINTSTIK made by Planon Systems.

The PRINTSTIK has some very outstanding features, but its biggest selling point is its Bluetooth connectivity. All you need to do is just beam the document from your laptop, smart phone, or PDA, and the PRINTSTIK will print it out at 3 pages per minute. It is also designed to print clear pages at 200 DPI, with no smudging or leaking ink.

With a full charge taking about 120 minutes, this portable printer capable of printing 40 pages per charge. This should satisfy the user who wants to print the occasional 2 or 3 pages on the go. PRINTSTIK is available for purchase at the manufacturer’s website for $299.00.

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Written by Felix Diamond

May 28, 2008 at 5:18 am

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