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Chalkboard Coffee Mug lets you leave messages

Posted in Office Gadgets by Conner Flynn on July 5th, 2010

Your coffee mug is sacred. Yet people still mess with it. Wouldn’ it be great if you could leave a message on it? Something like “Leave this mug alone or else” or maybe a warning like “this coffee sucks”.

Well, with this coffee mug you can say whatever needs to be said. All you need is chalk. Only $8.95. Maybe serve a pretty woman in the office some coffee and write a little poem. Or anonymously tell your boss what you think.

Yuento Hand Shredder lets you shred by hand

Posted in Office Gadgets by Conner Flynn on April 7th, 2010

We’ve seen plenty of hand cranked gadgets, but not a one of them has been a paper shredder. Well, the Yuento Hand Shredder needs no electricity. If you want to shred your sensitive documents, just crank away. And if your company has been up to know good and doing bad things, you may get quite a workout.

Otherwise, this cross-cut shredder has a single sheet paper slot only, so it’s just for light shredding duty. There’s also a removable waste drawer to keep things neat. Only $62. It might just exercise your puny limbs.

GRETA, the all in one portable office tool

Posted in Office Gadgets by Conner Flynn on March 25th, 2010

GRETA’s portable fax machine also throws in a printer and scanner and is compatible with a GSM SIM card. So no matter where you are, if you have a strong enough signal you can send or receive faxes. But it isn’t just a printer/scanner/copier/fax machine combo that’s portable. You can also use it to make and receive calls. With a headset of course.

And yes, you can even use it for SMS messaging. All in one unit. This do it all device will set you back $793.99 and is available via T-Mobile.

Darkside Pac Man stapler

Posted in Office Gadgets by Conner Flynn on July 13th, 2009

Darkside Pac Man staplerCheck out this Pac-Man stapler from the folks at Panik Design, who call it “Stap Man.” Traditionally Pac-Man is yellow, so we can only assume that this is some Pac-Man from a darkside universe. Hey, between the name and the lack of yellow, they’ve avoided any copyright infringement.

It will cost you $26 and it’s hard to imagine that you’ll be able to resist making wakka-wakka sounds as you staple. It also comes in white. Lame. It looks pretty hungry, so staple away.

FanSee: A fan that displays the digital temperature

Posted in Office Gadgets by Conner Flynn on April 5th, 2009

FanSee: A fan that displays the digital temperatureThe FanSee is a nice innovation on the standard desk fan. Thanks to LEDs built right into the fan blades, the FanSee gives you the current temperature while the blades are spinning. That’s right! Feel the oppressive heat, turn on the fan, and let it tell you what you already know. That it’s damn hot. That’s why you turned the fan on.

So, it’s a device that states the obvious. The temperature readout on the 9 inch diameter fan blades is large enough so that the whole room can see it. If you absolutely need this in your life, it can be had for $39.99.

Visomate tells your boss when you’ve been sleeping

Posted in Office Gadgets by Conner Flynn on September 25th, 2008

Visomate tells your boss when you’ve been sleepingSo you get into work in the morning and you immediately head for your spot under the desk, where you hope to pull a George Costanza and get some sleep. It’s worked so far. Suckers never check in on you. Little do you know, your boss had Visomate installed. Not good at all.

The device connects via USB and will detect when your posture is bad at your desk by keeping an eye on your eye level. If your posture slouches too much an alarm goes off, which you can silence, but you can’t stop the flashing lights. But come on, we all know that George Costanza can find a way to beat this machine. What does a guy need to do to get some shuteye at work?

Black and Decker Studio Shredders get style

Posted in Office Gadgets by Conner Flynn on September 21st, 2008

Black and Decker Studio Shredders get styleEverything has to look stylish now, even the old shredder. The 5 Sheet Crosscut Studio Shredder from Black and Decker might actually look good in your home office and not immediately scream shredder. Looks like they would go well with certain Dell laptops. With a 4″ space saving, slim design you can put it anywhere.

It features sliding feet that stabilize it so it won’t fall over and die. Comes in the black and red. There is a cost to it’s slimness however. It only shreds 5 sheets of paper… Hmmm. Good for the slow or small office then. It retails for $49.99.

Tinkerbell works here: Fairy Office Lights

Posted in Office Gadgets by Conner Flynn on June 28th, 2008

Tinkerbell works here: Fairy Office Lights
What is it about shiny things that draws people like a moth to the flame? I have no idea. But I do know that if you buy these Fairy Office Lights for your co-worker and string them around his cubicle when he’s not looking, fun insues. He will have to endure Tinkerbell jokes and all sorts of things that imply that he’s light in the loafers. Before you know it, someone brings a fairy wand into it. Pure fun at others expense.

On the other hand if you’re a woman or a genuine fairy decorating your laptop with tiny blue stars no one is going to say much. The string is 36” long and is $12.95.

80-inch Mitsubishi video wall cube oversees world domination

Posted in Office Gadgets by Nino Marchetti on March 18th, 2008

wall-cube.jpgI don’t know about you, but here at the SlipperyBrick “command and control center” we like our video wall cubes for monitoring world affairs. We are therefore quite ready to lay down some serious change for the new VS-80PH40U from Mitsubishi.

Mitsubishi says the VS-80PH40U is designed for “large command and control centers,” which makes us wonder how well it would fit in around our one-room shack out in the sticks. You get out of this massive video cube 80-inches of viewing pleasure via 1400 x 1050 resolution and a “proprietary, high-powered projection engine to provide 190 cd/m2 of brightness.”

Red Laser Pointer Plus Laser Presenter loves PowerPoint

Posted in Office Gadgets by Nino Marchetti on February 29th, 2008

laser-pointer.jpgAnother interesting product recently unveiled by importer SourcingMap is a laser pointer which pulls double duty as a wireless presenter control. It is called aptly enough the Red Laser Pointer Plus Laser Presenter and prices at around $13.

Personal microwave under 1 cubic foot

Posted in Kitchen,Office Gadgets by Darrin Olson on January 10th, 2008

Iwavecube personal microwave is less than a cubic footThis little Iwavecube personal microwave is pretty self-explanatory. It’s measures just 10.5″x12″x10″ so it doesn’t take up a lot of room, but you aren’t going to be putting a big microwaveable TV dinner in there either. Have one of these at your desk and you avoid trips to the break room, keeping up your introvert profile and avoiding awkward conversations while your waiting for your stuff to heat.

Unfortunately, unlike the USB Mini Fridge, USB power just doesn’t cut it for running the Iwavecube and it will require a standard outlet. And if your office is like ours and frowns on plugging in personal appliances at your desk, I can think of a number of other handy places for it like my TV room, home office, wet bar, in my car, etc.

Let It Snow executive sandbox

Posted in Office Gadgets,Toys by Conner Flynn on December 4th, 2007

Let It Snow executive sandbox

Let’s say you’re trapped in the office, but you would rather be out playing in the snow. Well, you can’t just say screw the job and go make snow angels. Better yet, what if you live in a climate where you don’t get snow at Christmas time? Worse still, what if you live in the year 2587 and global warming has made it so that you will never have a white Christmas again?

The Let It Snow Executive Sandbox has the cure for what ails ya. Just play in the snow right at your desk. Snowmen, sleds, shovels, a tree…this sandbox has it all. You’ll be singing Frosty The Snowman in no time. And if you crank up the AC, your fingertips might just get frost bit. This is alot of winter cheer for the low price of $9.99.

Konftel 300 takes conference calls up a notch

Posted in Office Gadgets by Nino Marchetti on November 27th, 2007

Konftel 300European conference phone supplier Konftel hopes to inject some style and advanced functionality into boring conference room phones with its new Konftel 300. No specific price was announced, though the product is slated for U.S. release in mid-December.

The Konftel 300 offers up a Scandinavian design and is outfitted with a 360-degree microphone, three speakers and technology designed to filter out background noise. A built-in conference guide lets you quickly get conferences started with stored numbers for up to 20 groups and one can also record conference calls via SD memory cards.

Ultimate geek LED Christmas tree

Posted in LED,Office Gadgets by Reuben Drake on October 24th, 2007

Desktop LED Christmas tree is powered by a 9-volt battery and made out of circuit boardsWe geeks like Christmas just as much if not more than most people since its the time of year when our favorite gadgets, components and games all drop in price and we place specific orders with relatives hoping someone will give them to us. We also don’t mind getting into the holiday spirit but who wants a fluffy, cheesy-looking ornament or tree on their desk?

Luckily someone is thinking ahead for us and has come up with this Dekstop LED Christmas Tree to allow you to show off some holiday spirit without bringing your geek-ability into question. The LED Christmas tree has LED blinking, colored lights on it which are powered by a 9-volt battery. The battery also doubles as the stand and the branches to which the lights are attached are made to resemble circuit boards. The little 4-inch tall tree retails for just $9.95 and even comes with a battery.

iSharpener USB powered pencil sharpener is flashy

Posted in Office Gadgets,USB by Reuben Drake on October 19th, 2007

iSharpener USB pencil sharpener sharpens your pencil and displays flashy LED lightsAs far as USB gadgets go the iSharpener USB pencil sharpener could be considered one of the more practical ones. It actually has a practical use although I can’t remember the last time that I actually wrote anything with a pencil. The device of course is powered by your computers USB connection but if you’re all your ports happen to be occupied at the time your lead breaks it can be backed up by 4 AA batteries.

The iSharpener seems simple enough and personally I think it should have been called the iSharpen, but they did add a nice little “spin” to the device. Instead of just a boring old grinding noise while watching wooden shavings fall into the plastic bin, the makers added 3 colorful LED lights inside the light up when you’re sharpening! How’s that for adding excitement to your day?

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