From the monthly archives:

October 2009

Wireless USB Digital Microscope

by Johan on October 31, 2009

Wireless USB Digital Microscope

Here is the new Wireless USB Digital microscope from ThinkGeek that uses a 2.4GHz wireless frequency with a switch on the cradle/wireless receiver for choosing one of 4 channels. The microscope is able to magnify the object from 10x to 200x and comes equipped with 8 white LEDs around the lens for added illumination. Other features include a built-in Li-ion battery that can be recharged using its cradle. You can purchase the Wireless USB Digital Microscope for $139.99 each. [Product Page]

iNo Mobile Cell Phone For Kids And Elderly

by Johan on October 31, 2009

iNo Mobile Cell Phone For Kids And Elderly

The iNo CP09 is a new GSM cell phone for kids and elderly that features only a basic calculator-like screen with a large font display, large buttons, an FM radio, a torch light, a headphone jack, and a text messaging. There is also a SOS button that is useful in an emergency situation. The phone can send a text alarm to a configured number and calls that number. The iNo Mobile is available exclusively in Singapore at $78 each. [ePrice via Upcoming Cell Phones]

Akasa Freedom Xone Mid-Tower PC Case

by Isaiah on October 31, 2009

Akasa Freedom Xone Mid-Tower PC Case

Akasa has rolled out its latest mid-tower PC case for the mass market called the Freedom Xone. Measuring 445mm x 200mm x 482mm, this steel case features a mesh front panel, four exposed 5.25-inch bays, a top-placed I/O panel with audio, eSATA and USB ports and provides tool free installation and easy access to components. The case also has ventilated side panels and comes with two fans – a white LED-equipped 120mm fan in front and a 140mm fan at the top. The Akasa Freedom Xone retails for £49.99 (about $82). [Product Page]

AUO Showcases 14-Inch Full HD OLED Panel

by Isaiah on October 31, 2009

AUO Showcases 14-Inch Full HD OLED Panel

Taiwan’s AU Optronics have showcased their latest 14-inch OLED panel at this year’s FPD International show in Japan. Unlike most 14-inch OLED panels, this particular panel provides 1920 x 1080 FULL HD resolution and is capable of displaying 16 million colors and 72% of the NTSC color gamut. The panel also offers 157ppi density, 100,000:1 contrast ratio, 200 cd/m2 brightness and runs at 120Hz. The company says that they are ready to start mass production of it if it sees enough demand. [TechOn]

Foldable Pocket Light by Harc Lee

by Johan on October 31, 2009

Foldable Pocket Light by Harc Lee

Here is a portable pocket light that you can bring wherever you go. Designed by Harc Lee, the Foldable Pocket Light comes with a cell at its back providing power. There is also a Back Light Unit that makes the lamp shines brighter. Read more