We have seen quite a few cool geeky watches here on Geeky Gadgets, the latest one is from UK designer, Sean Zoega, the i-Toc.
The i-Toc features two radially graduated rings on the watch face, the outer one displays the minutes and the inner one displays hours, and the gradient rings interact to create an ever changing pattern.
We are at the end of another week here on Geeky Gadgets, this week we have seen lots of cool new gadgets, and gizmos, plus lots of fun geeky gear, so here is our roundup of the most popular posts.
My personal favourites this week were the magic wand universal remote and the pyramid HTPC casemod.
It is almost the end of another week here on Geeky Gadgets, as usual in our hunt for the geekiest gadgets, gizmos and geeky gear we can find, we have come across lots of cool stuff.
We didn’t have time to post them all, so here is our round up of the coolest gadgets, gizmos and geeky gear we missed this week.
Check out this cool Wall-E Email Alerter from Totoryo Tamada, called Mail-E.
This fun Wall-E email alerter is made from papercraft, plus a few other parts, and when an email is received Mail-E moves about to let you know you have received a new email, check out the video of him in action below.
This very cool concept quad bike aptly named the M.S.Q.T.O was inspired by the Mosquito and has been designed to create an entirely new biking experience from all aspects. With side bar grips rather than traditional handle bars the position of the driver has been designed to provide a ‘dominative mannerover the road’
This November SONY is launching its new MDR-770LP headphones which apart from looking very sleek and sexy feature 300kJ/m3 Neodymium magnets to create powerful and lovely deep bass. The position of the earphones can be fine tuned by sliding them up and down the head band support.
Palm has confirmed that it will no longer be using Windows Mobile for any of its future mobile phones, instead any new devices from Palm will come with their webOS.
During the Palm earnings call, Palm’s CEO, Jon Rubinstein confirmed that there would be no more new Windows Mobile devices, released by Palm.