We have talked about The Avengers flash drives in the past. Those flash drives were just the head or hand of some of The Avengers characters. If you like The Avengers and want the flash drive in a more geeky action figure, you’ll love these.
We’ve seen some really odd products come out of Japan over the years. I think the shippo brain controlled tail concept is one of the strangest. This device looks like a fluffy white cat tail that is designed for people wear around their waist.
Motorola has unveiled a new set of wireless headphones called the S11-Flex HD. The new headphones promise a custom and very comfortable fit while delivering high-quality audio. The headphones launch on October 28 at Best Buy and online for $129.99.
Sakar International and Polaroid have teamed up on a new line of Polaroid branded camcorders. The most interesting of the line is the Polaroid iS820 that is claimed to be one the world’s thinnest, and lightest true 1080p HD camcorders. The camcorder has a three-inch touchscreen that supports gestures and the body of camera is only half an inch thick.
If you’re a baseball fan you be glad to hear that four new major league teams are now supporting digital tickets via Apple Passbook. The announcement comes from MLB Advanced Media, the interactive media and Internet company of Major League Baseball. The four new teams include the San Francisco Giants, New York Mets, Boston Red Sox, and Kansas City Royals.
One of the things it can make you much more productive if you’re working on the road from your notebook rather than a desktop computer is a nice mobile mouse. The problem with many portable mice is that they have horrible tracking and often when traveling you don’t have a mouse pad to use. Genius has unveiled a new mobile mouse called the Traveler 9010LS that works in just about any surface.
X-Rite has been making color calibration devices for professional users and consumers for a long time. The company has announced a new entry-level color calibration device called the ColorMunki Smile. The device connects to PCs or Macs using a USB connection.
A surprisingly large number of computer users still rely on the Windows XP operating system. We can blame some of the continuing Windows XP use on the fact that many netbooks, which were very popular until a few years ago, ran XP. If you’re user of Photoshop, the Photoshop team has announced that Photoshop CS6 will be the last major version of the application to support Windows XP.
I don’t think it matters what smartphone you use, at one time or another we all need extra runtime to make it through the day. If you are the user of a Samsung Galaxy S III smartphone who needs a new case and would like some extra runtime for your device, PowerSkin has your product.