Sprint and Energizer’s Portable Battery-Driven Charger for Mobile Phones

Sprint together with Energizer launched Energi To Go which is a portable battery-driven charger for wireless phones. Powered by one AA battery, the charger is reusable, compact and lightweight. You can now rely on the Energizer Energi To Go to charge your phones while you are on the go. The charger fits in the palm of your hand and is perfect for anyone who is mobile. The portable charger is available for $24.99 and includes the reusable charger, three tips and an Energizer e2 Lithium AA battery.

Via SlashPhone.

The Land Walker Robot

by Johan on July 31, 2006

The Land Walker Robot

The Land Walker is a wearable robot suit which is created by Masaaki Nagumo. The robot stands 3.4 meters high and weighs 907 kilograms or about 1 ton. It has a similar design with Mobile Suit Gundam. Controlled by four pedals to make movement, It also can shoot sponge bullet from two air guns installed beside the cockpit. The Land Walker robot is available in Japan for $313,985.

Via Zipped.

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iBrella

by Johan on July 31, 2006

iBrella

The iBrella is a conceptual design which turns a simple iPod remote into an umbrella. The iPod is controlled by motion of the umbrella. For example, open and close for the iBrella refers to start and pause of the iPod. Furthermore, you can even select a random mode by wildly shaking the iBrella in the air.

Proto-Typen via iPods@TechFresh.

Lindy Launches The World's Smallest USB2.0 Hub

Lindy introduced the world’s smallest USB hub which features four USB 2.0 ports and comes with an 80 cm long cable. Measuring 40 mm x 40 mm x 9 mm, this USB hub is small enough to carry around in your pocket. The Lindy USB2.0 Hub is available now for £8.99.

Via Gizmodo.

Seiko Epson Developing Tiny Portable Fingerprint Sensors

Seiko Epson has developed a tiny 0.2mm fingerprint sensor which allows manufacturers to secure any kind of mobile device. This sensor reads fingerprints by detecting the miniscule electric current from your finger when you touch the device. It may help bring an extra level of security to a range of items in the future. Seiko Epson aims to commercialize the sensor by 2010. More details on Pink Tentacle.