Monday, July 26, 2010

The Smallest Television In The World From Japan

Did you ever think how small is the smallest TV ever made? World's SmallestTV type T3-F worth 1000 U.S. dollars, was invented by scientists from Japan. Here's the pictures of how small this television.

world smallest television from Japan

world smallest television

world smallest television from Japan

world smallest television used by a woman

world smallest television from Japan

world smallest television in used and unused condition


Thursday, July 22, 2010

Nokia Kinetic - Concept Phone

The Nokia Kinetic isn't just a sleek concept phone. It's a sleek concept phone that raises itself up into a standing position when a call comes in. Huh?  Inside the Kinetic is an electromagnet that can shift weights in the curved base, causing the phone to tilt upright on cue, that cue being an incoming call. Telemarketer again? Tap the phone to decline the call and it'll fall back down. It's intended to be a playful feature, though I can see it being useful in a quiet office where even vibrating phones are sometimes an irritant to others. More images after the break...
The Kinetic's pretty clever, though designer Jeremy Innes-Hopkins will have to do some serious convincing if anyone's going to go for the bulbous form factor of this thing.

Monday, July 19, 2010

Wireless Baby Monitor

Keep an extra pair of eyes (and ears) on your baby from anywhere in the house with this Wireless Baby Monitor, which features night vision and remote pan/tilt control.  With this Wireless Baby Monitor, you finally have the freedom to watch TV, entertain guests, do household chores, exercise, and even sleep with peace of mind that you will always know when your baby needs you. A 2.5 inch LCD screen lets you to keep an eye on the little ones without having to wake them, while the built-in mic allows you to hear their every cry and yell. More after the break...

If you have a toddler who likes to crawl around the room, you'll absolutely love the Wireless Baby Monitor's ability to remotely adjust the camera from the receiver. With both tilt (up to 120 degrees up and down) and pan (up to 270 degrees left and right) functions, not only can keep you keep an eye on your children at all times, but you can even remotely scan their room for any dangerous items or objects that shouldn't be there. Designed specifically with you and your baby's needs in mind, this Wireless Baby Monitor includes 9 infra-red lights for night vision that will automatically go to work and provide a nice bright view of your baby. Those 4 AM checkups are no more, since all you need to do is take a quick glance at the baby monitor to know that your little one is sleeping as well as you are. If your friends or family have a small one at home, buy them a Wireless Baby Monitor to show that you care. In stock now and available at a parent-friendly price, order today and we'll express ship it out tomorrow! Brought to you by your best source of wholesale electronics, Chinavasion.  Price Wireless Baby Monitor with Night Vision Constituent about $ 147.

Friday, July 9, 2010

N Board - Regular stand for iPad

Fresh from the streets of Korea comes the N-Board, a new gadget which lets you convert your iPad into an (almost) full-fledged netbook computer. More images after the break...


The handy N-Board acts as an easel to prop up your iPad, but also sports a hub with 4 USB ports, and what I thought was an unnecessary cooling fan.

Upon scrolling further down the product page, I came to discover that the N-Board was actually designed as a cooling station for everyday netbooks, but happens to make the perfect prop for your iPad too. That said, if you have both an iPad and a netbook, it's nice to know that it'll work with both.

Either way, you're probably not going to be buying an N-Board any time soon, unless you happen to live in Korea, where it sells for 35,000 KRW (appx. $29 USD).


Monday, July 5, 2010

Russian Underground Submarine Base





































It was a big underground submarine base and docks once in USSR. After the Soviet Union collapsed and Russian army left Ukraine it was partly abandoned and some of its parts was converted into a museum later.

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