TV-B-Gone Pro From ThinkGeek

by Johan on July 3, 2010

The TV-B-Gone Pro is a super high-powered remote that turns almost any TV off or on. The gadget looks like an ordinary MP3 player, but contains eight infrared emitters that will turn off 90% of TVs in any country in the world. The TV-B-Gone Pro is perfect for causing havoc at your local electronics store or at the gym. $49.99 is all you need to bring home this fancy gadget. [ThinkGeek]

Pin It

Corsair today announced the availability of the Dominator GT GTX6 DDR3 memory. It is an ultra high speed PC3-21000 single-rank 1GB DDR3 DIMM, which is designed for CPU and memory benchmarking as well as for world record attempts. The GTX6 is tested on the Gigabyte P55A-UD5 motherboard with BIOS Revision F10 at a clock speed of 2625MHz, specially selected Intel Core i7-860 and Core i7-870 CPUs were used to achieve these memory frequencies. The Corsair Dominator GT GTX6 DDR3 memory is available in a limited quantity. [FarEastGizmos]

Pin It

Swedish designer Fredrik Palmblad has creatively designed the Digital Wallet that holds money itself, ensuring safe and quick money transaction anytime, anywhere. The gadget is easy to use. You just need to connect two devices to transfer digital money from one account to another. Identity verification is done by placing your thumb on the outer ring, and upon confirmation, you can choose to transfer a selected amount simply by pressing the screen. The LED-stripe lights up the amount to confirm the successful transfer. Too bad, it is only a concept. Read more

Pin It

Canon has managed to develop a machine that helps detecting breast cancer without using X-rays. This machine will save patients from exposure to radiation, while the diagnosis is completely pain-free. The machine is based on laser and ultrasonic wave technology. Canon says that the first clinical studies are scheduled to begin at Kyoto University soon. The company expects to commercialize the machine within three to five years. [CrunchGear]

Pin It

Logitech comes back with a couple of new headsets for notebook users. The Logitech USB Headset H530 and Laptop Headset H555 provide a crystal clear audio thanks to the super wideband audio support. The lightweight Logitech Laptop Headset H555 folds flat and easily fits into the included case, while the Logitech USB Headset H530 provides laser-tuned drivers for exceptional audio quality. Both headsets are also compatible with Logitech Vid HD, Skype 4.0 for Windows, and Skype 2.8 for Mac. The Logitech USB Headset H530 and the Logitech Laptop Headset H555 will be released this month for $59.99 and $49.99, respectively. [FarEastGizmos]

Pin It