Archive for Hello Kitty

Hello Kitty portable TV from Sanrio

Posted in Hello Kitty by Conner Flynn on July 14th, 2008

Hello Kitty portable TV from Sanrio
If you desire a Hello Kitty TV, but are looking for something a bit smaller then Hello Kitty LCD TV from Uniden, this little Hello Kitty TV has your name on it. Straight from the bowels of pink Kitty hell to your hot little hands.

Sanrio Japan just released this new Hello Kitty 1Seg Tuner. It sports a 2.4-Inch LCD screen in QVGA resolution (320×240) and built-in speaker (0.3Watts). You can get it now in Japan for 21,000¥, or 125€. But seriously, haven’t you had enough of this kitty yet? And how many guys are buying this stuff claiming it’s for their wives? For the love of god people, Hello Kitty is eroding our society and girl-ling up the world.

Hello Kitty LCD TV from Uniden

Posted in Hello Kitty by Conner Flynn on June 23rd, 2008

Hello Kitty LCD TV from Uniden
Listen, if your entire house is decked out in Hello Kitty items, that’s your business. But it affects me too. Someone please think about the men. The innocent, unsuspecting men… Must all things lead to Pink Upchuck heaven? I think the main problem I have with it is that in about 2000 years, no one is gonna know who the hell Hello Kitty is, but they will be digging this stuff up and thinking we worship a pink feline goddess. Hmmm. I guess you kind of do, which is why I’m writing this. Okay, forget I said anything. I’ll try to tell you about your new TV without gagging.

It’s the TL19TX1 from Uniden. It’s a 19-Inch TV with a resolution of 1440×810, and a contrast ratio of 1,000:1, brightness of 300cd/m², and response time of 5ms.
It also features a 1Seg Tuner, built-in speakers (3Wx2), and HDMI Interface. You can get it in two colors : Black & White and the price is 415€.

Hello Kitty phone includes speakers system

Posted in Hello Kitty by Conner Flynn on May 14th, 2008

Hello Kitty phone includes Speakers System
For those of you who love Hello Kitty, check out this new pink Hello Kitty themed mobile phone which includes a Hello Kitty-themed speaker system. It runs on GSM 900/1800 networks and comes with a 2.2-inch 260k color screen with 176 x 220 pixels, 1.3-megapixel camera, microSD expansion slot (512MB), integrated MP3 player, 16-LED flash sidebar, USB connectivity and preloaded with games that will brainwash you into thinking “pink” and buying more stuff with a kitty on it.

The phone even has a shake control feature for the music player where you can shake it for the next track. No word on pricing and availability. Yeah, I know, another damn Hello Kitty product. What are ya gonna do? Resistance is futile at this point. I put a bullet in a Hello Kitty MP3 player once and it just reformed, got up and spawned a new product. I ran for like 2 days and they just kept multiplying. They finally left me alone when I bought my Hello Kitty toaster. They just wanted me to conform. That’s all. It’s cool now.

Hello Kitty: Now harnessing the power of the sun

Posted in Hello Kitty by Conner Flynn on May 5th, 2008

Hello Kitty: Now harnessing the power of the sun
When you’re hell-bent on world domination, getting your hooks into little girls and hypnotizing those who love pink, then feeding them a steady diet of more pink cuteness, you want to harness an energy source that’s never ending. Like the sun. Once you do that, there will be no stopping you.

That’s why your pink feline overlord has given you this device. The Hello Kitty Solar-Power Charger can juice up almost any handheld device, whether it’s a phone, media player, or camera. And even if there is no sun, the charger can still be plugged into a DC outlet for up to six hours of power on the go.

Epson Endeavor NJ2100 Hello Kitty laptop

Posted in Hello Kitty by Conner Flynn on April 25th, 2008

Epson Endeavor NJ2100 Hello Kitty laptop
The folks at Sanrio never get tired of offering up new Hello Kitty items. I lost count at Two million and five. We really need to send a terminator back in time and take the kitty out once and for all. The latest is this Hello Kitty laptop, which is the Epson Endeavor NJ2100. The pearl white laptop comes in two varieties, one with Kitty flying an airplane and the other features Hello Kitty with flowers.

It’s powered by an Intel Celeron 540 at 1.86GHz, 1GB RAM, 80GB hard drive, DVD drive, Firewire, 3 in 1 memory card slot and a 15.4 inch WXGA screen with 1280 x 800 resolution. Of course, it comes preloaded with exclusive Hello Kitty wallpapers, screensavers and sounds. Sanrio is already taking orders for fans as the laptop goes on sale May 25 for $1470.

Burn belly fat Hello Kitty style

Posted in Hello Kitty by Conner Flynn on February 15th, 2008

Burn belly fat Hello Kitty style
The pink angel of the apocalypse is at it again, still bent on world domination and bending young women to it’s will. But I have to say, if Hello Kitty is trying to win me over with the above pic, I’m nearly there, dorky belt and all. That’s because at first glance this device seems to rid well shaped women of their clothes, put a pink Wiimote in their hand and give her protective padding for the workout I have in mind. I’m obviously under the Kitty’s influence, so let’s move on.

This is the Hello Kitty Slender Shaper and claims to burn off fat from your midsection with a shaking action. And, as mentioned, comes with a Wiimote of sorts, so you can shake your groove thing faster or slower with just the push of a button. The entire package, with carrying case will cost about $127.52.

Hello Kitty Toaster burns the kitty into your breakfast

Posted in Hello Kitty,Kitchen by Reuben Drake on November 10th, 2007

Hello Kitty ToasterWhat Hello Kitty fan’s kitchen would be complete without having a Hello Kitty toaster? Not only does this thing bring the annoyingly cute Hello Kitty brand into your home but the toast that’s created also bears the Hello Kitty face outlined in burned bread on one side of each and every piece.

As much as it pains us to say it, we actually have to admit that we like this image-burning toaster design better than others we’ve seen. The Pop Art toaster we saw last fall allows you to insert templates to burn different designs into your bread but only a small portion of the bread ever actually gets toasted. With this model from Hello Kitty the image is the only part that’s not toasted giving the desired result to the majority of the bread. How’s that for geeky logic?

Hello Kitty is all about the money

Posted in Hello Kitty by Conner Flynn on November 6th, 2007

Hello Kitty ATM Bank

Continuing the toy trend of products that teach our kids to be good little consumers, is this pink as usual Hello Kitty ATM bank. Proof that the Pink Nightmare (at least to us guys) known as Hello Kitty is alive and well and in no danger of facing extinction.

Don’t be confused. Yes, banks are supposed to help you save money. They probably shouldn’t teach you to blow it on Pink branded products. The bank comes with a “Hello Kitty cash card” so kids can practice the removal of money from an ATM.

Hello Kitty Robot

Posted in Hello Kitty,Robots,Toys by Chetz on July 23rd, 2007

Hello Kitty Robot hangs out with your kidsI’ve gone on the record before that I think Hello Kitty is just wrong. Today I bring you more proof that something evil is behind this Japanese sensation: the Hello Kitty Robot. Clocking in at 52 cm tall x 39 cm wide x 33.3 cm deep (including the tail…yes, there is a tail), the HKR will provide the love for your child that you can’t because you’re too busy working to pay off the robot’s $6,299 price tag. No, that’s not a typo: this thing costs a penny under $6,300.

It’s head and arms move. It has a CMOS sensor cameras in its cold dark eyeballs. It has voice recognition software so it can respond specifically to your child’s cries for affection, compassion and understanding. It can recognize when it is picked up. It has an ultrasonic sensor too but for …

Hello Kitty Emergency Gadget

Posted in Emergency Equipment,Hello Kitty by Reuben Drake on July 18th, 2007

Hello Kitty Emergency GadgetHow cruel the irony of being in an emergency situation only to be saved by a Hello Kitty gadget. For Hello Kitty fans it probably couldn’t be any better, but many of the rest of us would probably rather take our chances.

This Hello Kitty electronic emergency kit contains a number of features that might actually help you out of a jam. With an apparent internal battery the device has an adapter to power your cell phone, LED flashlight, AM/FM radio, a wind-up hazard siren and of course a compass. It also has a connection on the side where you can plug in a 9-volt battery to power it up.

I can just picture the headlines now: “Man survives disaster – saved by Hello Kitty”.

KittyHell via Engadget

Hello Kitty Body Fat Monitor/Scale

Posted in Health,Hello Kitty,Scales,Tanita by Reuben Drake on June 2nd, 2007

Hello Kitty Body Fat Monitor/ BF-071-KT ScaleOf all the rooms in your house that could suffer from a lack of Hello Kitty paraphernalia, you can rest assured that Hello Kitty can help it from being your bathroom. Tanita manufactures a wide range of quality scales and body composition monitors and it looks as if they’ve got a Hello Kitty branded version as well.

The Hello Kitty Body Fat Monitor (model BF-071-KT) shown here uses bioelectric impedance analysis when stepping onto the pads to measure what percentage of your body is made up of fat, and of course it also measures your weight. Aside from body fat monitors being kind of cool, the scale itself is not anything special compared to the Hello Kitty health-conscious “An apple a day..” slogan that you get to look down at every morning.

The Hello Kitty body fat monitor runs about $49, …

Hello Kitty Mini Fridge

Posted in Coolers,Hello Kitty by Darrin Olson on May 28th, 2007

Hello Kitty Mini FridgeEvery time we turn around it seems Hello Kitty has something for everything. Adding to their broad list of Hello Kitty branded products is this Hello Kitty Mini Fridge. Not only is it able to keep things cool, but it can warm things up as well.

This mini fridge has six times the capacity of the USB mini fridge with the ability to hold six 12 ounce cans instead of just one. It draws its power from a standard electrical outlet or makes itself portable with a 12v cigarette lighter for the car. The fridge has three modes; heat, cool and off. The heat mode will bring items inside the aluminum lined container up to 122° F and the cooling mode cools down to 46° F.

The device measures 11 inches tall and weighs about 6 pounds empty, and even has a little handle on …

Hello Kitty Karaoke

Posted in Hello Kitty,Karaoke by Chetz on March 26th, 2007

Hello Kitty KaraokeHow many Hello Kitty products are there? Have the brand’s owners moved into construction machinery, airplanes, satellites, adult novelty toys? Wait, we don’t want to know the answer to that last one.

Say hello to the Hello Kitty CD Karaoke System and Player. This pink and white piece of plastic that’s got more attitude than Paris Hilton drunk and panty-less will entertain sick-minded people for hours.

It’s got two microphones because, as we all know, Hello Kitty friends tend to hang out in groups. It’s got two three-inch speakers because, as we all know, speakers come in pairs. The LCD screen displays the track number and running time so your friends know for how long you have been massacring the song. There’s even a flashing disco light in case you want to get really funky and lay down some party. A headphone jack and random …

Hello Kitty iPod Dock / Clock Radio

Posted in Accessories,Clocks,Hello Kitty by Chetz on December 29th, 2006

Hello Kitty iPod Docking Station Clock RadioThere are continuously fewer popular gadgets that don’t have some type of accessory related to Hello Kitty, and this Hello Kitty Clock Radio / Docking Station for the Apple iPod comes as no surprise.

This clock radio has some of the normal functionality you would expect, with an alarm that will play the radio or your iPod, and a 5 minute snooze button. Also, of course it bears the familiar pink colors and design of Hello Kitty products.

There are a couple things that could make this particular clock radio a little more worth looking into for some, though. It does dock, charge and play your iPod Mini or nano through the stereo speakers, but it also has a video out jack. This allows iPods that have video or pictures to display them on a TV set, which was something a little …