From the monthly archives:

November 2009

Elecom’s Latest Wireless Mouse

by Isaiah on November 30, 2009

Elecom M-D17DR Wireless Mouse

Elecom has added a new wireless mouse to its range by bringing you the M-D17DR. Powered by a single AAA battery, this little mouse makes use of 2.4GHz wireless technology and features 5 programmable buttons, a tiny USB receiver and is compatible with Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7 as well as Mac OS X 10.5 and 10.6. The M-D17DR is now available in Japan for 4,700 Yen (about $54). [Elecom]

Solar-powered Oregon Scientific Weather Stations

by Johan on November 30, 2009

Solar-powered Oregon Scientific Weather Stations

Oregon Scientific is back with two new eco-friendly scientific weather stations that are solar powered. Both models feature atomic clocks and a detachable solar panel, which will help juice up its internal battery. You can choose from the $69 Oregon Scientific +ECO Solar Weather Clock (RMR331ESA) or the $99 Oregon Scientific +ECO Solar Weather Station (BAR332ESA). The former features a wireless sensor for indoor and outdoor temperature/humidity monitoring. Meanwhile, the latter comes with a calendar display, weather icons, and the ability to monitor three remote sensors. [CrunchGear]

Flexio Solar FM Radio

by Johan on November 30, 2009

Flexio Solar FM Radio

Designers Wu Kun-chia, Wang Shih-ju, Chen Ming-daw and Liou Chang-ho have designed the Flexia Solar FM radio that comes equipped with the flexible speaker and the flexible solar cell, allowing you to store this radio in your pocket. The gadget is also designed to be used within the station-waves range, but could be modified to receive internet radio via WiFi or WiMax. Too bad, the Flexio FM radio comes with only one fixed FM channel. Find out more pictures after the jump to get more details. Read more

Collins' BagAmp Portable Amplifier System

Collins America has recently introduced the BagAmp, a portable amplifier system that is perfect not only for the guitarist, but also for anyone seeking a highly portable vocal or music PA system. Measuring 3.5-inch x 36-inch x 8.7-inch and weighing 11.3 kilograms, the system adopts the company’s “Audio Piston” technology that eliminates the need for the rubber ring that holds a typical speaker cone in place. Pricing is at $699 for the US, and $749 for international regions. Each purchase comes with a folding tubular stand, a region-specific 2.5-meter long AC power cord, a multi-compartment ballistic Nylon carry bag with shoulder strap, and owners manual. [BagAmp]

JVC And Kenwood’s First Car Navigation System

by Johan on November 30, 2009

JVC And Kenwood's First Car Navigation System

JVC and Kenwood have collaborated to release their first car navigation system, the MDV-313. This GPS navigation system features a DVD player, a built-in One Seg TV Tuner, a USB port, and Virtual 3D Maps. Unfortunately, there is no info on pricing or availability so far. Stay tuned for more updates. [Kenwood via Akihabara]