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Gadgets

The Zypad WL 1000, A Wrist-Worn PC

by Johan on June 23, 2006

The Zypad WL 1000, A Wrist-Worn PC

The ZYPAD WL 1000 is a wrist-wearable wireless computer. It supports Windows CE 5.0 or LINUX based on Kernel 2.6 and features 3.5 inch TFT touch screen, automatic contrast adjustment via ambient light sensor, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g, an integrated GPS receiver, stereo speakers and headphone jack for external headset to support multimedia applications. Frthermore, it has an up to 8 hours of operations. Via Parvus.

Audi R-Zéro Concept

by Johan on June 23, 2006

Audi R-Zéro Concept

The next Audi concept car is called the R-Zéro. This concept car’s design is made by the International School of Design in France. It will be powered by an electric motor which offer a supercar level of performance. The car will using high-tech lithium-ion batteries which weight around 1200 kg. So if you need for speed in the future, you can use this car. See more pictures after the jump. LeftLane News via Peepculture.

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New Technology In Armoury

by Johan on June 17, 2006

New Technology In Armoury

This new technology could be the solution for protecting the parts of the body which are not currently covered by standard ballistic vests such as arms and legs. The technology is called “shear thickening fluid” which is actually a mixture of hard nanoparticles and non evaporating liquid. It flows normally under low-energy conditions. When the fluid received an impact, it behaves like a solid. This temporary stiffening occurs in less than a millisecond after impact, and is caused by the nanoparticles forming tiny clusters inside the fluid. More details at ScienCentralNews.

Inforad Ticket Avoider

by Johnick on June 16, 2006

Inforad ticket avoider

Inforad is a GPS device that regularly monitors for speed cameras and over 11,000 similar speed measuring techniques. The unit is available now in Europe for around $110. Via i4U.

Cellphone Controlled IRIS Security Cam

by Johnick on June 14, 2006

Cellphone Controlled IRIS Security Cam

The new IRIS security camera can keep an eye out in your home or office and send you a live video if anything moves, or anything happens, to your cell phone instantly. The camera comes with a standard SIM card and is activated just like activating a cell phone. The camera is slated to be available soon and should be priced around $100. Via TechDigest.