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Wii custom-made Heckler and Koch MP5 controller

Posted in Wii Accessories by Conner Flynn on October 16th, 2009

Wii custom-made Heckler and Koch MP5 controller Say hello to my little friend. Pow, pow, pow, pow. We all know that there are ten million Wii controller accessories, but this one means business. This is a 1:1 scale Heckler & Koch MP5 sub-machine gun for the Wii.

Instead of using Nintendo’s own controllers for the gun, the that made it implemented full Wiimote, nunchuck and MotionPlus functionality into it. Plus it has a built-in rechargeable battery that charges via USB and a built-in speaker. It will also rumble when you get hit in supported games.

iHome iHMP5 Headphones

Posted in Headphones by Conner Flynn on August 18th, 2009

iHome iHMP5 HeadphonesiHome proves that over the ear headphones are alive and well with their iHMP5 headphones. iHome even went the extra mile and put an in-line amplifier in them, so if your ears start to hurt, you can take them off and they are instant portable speakers.

The iHMP5 also comes with a louder battery-powered amplifier as well so that when users want to set it up in speaker-mode, the power is reduced in private normal mode. 2 inch drivers bring the sound, and it has an extra volume clip for more control.

Aigo Vodafone McLaren Mercedes MP5 player

Posted in Portable Meda Players by Conner Flynn on October 26th, 2008

Aigo Vodafone McLaren Mercedes MP5 playerAigo, makers of the USB drive paperclip, has released a PMP called Aigo Vodafone McLaren Mercedes MP5 player or if you don’t have all day to say that, the MP5-MK3510.

The device sports a 4.3 inch display with 480 × 272 px, FM tuner, image viewer, integrated ebook reader and supports RM, RMVB, AVI, FLV, DAT, MPG, MPEG and MP3, WMA, FLAC, APE with BBE and SRS file formats. As far as battery life, it will give you 4 hours of continuous video playback or 10 hours for audio.

Cassette tape lamps

Posted in Lamps by Conner Flynn on July 28th, 2009

Cassette tape lampWe all have a special place in our hearts for the Cassette tape, despite the fact that we would never EVER go back to using them. Remember what a pain it was to rewind and fast forward? Bottom line: Cassette tapes make better lamps.

And these lamps pump me so full of nostalgia that they have fast forwarded my heart, ejected it from my chest, flipped it over to the B side and made it start beating again. We want one real bad.

Canon unveils three new photo printers

Posted in Printers by Conner Flynn on July 7th, 2009

Canon unveils three new photo printersToday Canon introduced three new photo printers with some new features that you’ll appreciate. First up is the PIXMA MP560, which is an all-in-one inkjet with duplex printing, photo correction and Wi-Fi. It also features a USB port for printing directly from external storage. It’s capable of printing 4″ x 6″ prints in grayscale at a rate of 9.2 images a minute and 6 images per minute in color. Price should be $150.

Next up is the MP490, which lacks some of the above features like USB printing, duplex and Wi-Fi. It also has a slower printing rate and a 1.8-inch LCD screen. This one will run you $100.

Game-800 pocket emulator

Posted in Portable Meda Players by Conner Flynn on March 31st, 2009

Game-800 pocket emulatorThis media player does it all. It will crank out music, videos and pictures, but it’ll also play your favorite old school video games. The device features a 320×240 LCD screen and has a software emulator on board that lets it play NES, Famicom, GameBoy, GameBoy Color and Sega Mega Drive games.

There’s even a text-to-speech eBook reader that can read any TXT file out loud in Chinese or English. Oh and a handy digital camera too, which must be low quality. You’ll get 4GB of onboard storage, which can be expanded up to 8GB total using an SD memory card.

WeeP5 Gun is a Wii Zapper on steroids

Posted in Wii by Conner Flynn on December 27th, 2008

WeeP5 Gun is a Wii Zapper on steroidsHack-A-Day builder TheOreos took a very real looking toy version of the Heckler & Koch MP5 and outfitted it with a Wiimote. What he ended up with was this cleverly named and ultra realistic WeeP5 pictured above, lovingly displayed with some family photos.

He wanted to build a zapper with all the buttons exactly where he wanted them. Obviously he did a fantastic job, it looks awesome and apparently works pretty well. He’d better hide this thing really good when transporting it, so he doesn’t get the SWAT team surrounding him as he says “Say hello to my little friend” and gets filled with lead.

Many BrickGun LEGO models to choose from

Posted in Toys by Conner Flynn on May 21st, 2008

Many BrickGun LEGO models to choose from
As kids, we all built our share of toy weapons out of LEGO, but the end result was always a mess of different colored bricks that just looked weird. Here are some more authentic looking weapons. We told you about the Glock 17, but BrickGun actually has several models available. The BrickGun models are surprisingly accurate when compared to their real life counterparts. At the moment the company sells 5 different models including a Beretta 92FS, a Desert Eagle Mark XIV, a Glock 17 and 19, plus a limited edition Heckler & Koch MP5 which is sold out at the moment.

They won’t fire a projectile, but they have ‘working’ triggers, slides, hammers and other moving parts. The handgun kits range in price from $39.99 to $59.99 and include all the LEGO pieces and instructions you’ll need. Or you can order a CD with just the instructions or even purchase PDF files directly from the BrickGun website.

Yinlips YDP-G68 gaming PMP

Posted in Portable Meda Players by Conner Flynn on April 9th, 2008

Yinlips YDP-G68 Gaming PMP
The Yinlips YDP-G68 is yet another unfortunately named device. It’s also an MP4 player that comes with a 2.8 inch TFT screen, 4GB storage, supports SD/MMC card, 1.3-megapixel camera, FM radio, AV-OUT, AV-IN and supports a memory card (up to 2GB).

This device also supports 8-32bit NES format games(The downloadable variety of course) and it plays MP3, WMA, AMR, ACC, WAV, ASF, 3GP, MPEG-4 and EXIF2.1 formats. The Yinlips is no Nintendo DS, despite their foldable design, but if you’re in a what the hell kind of frame of mind, it’s available now for $96.55.

Blaupunkt stereo offers in-car USB playback

Posted in Automotive,Blaupunkt by Nino Marchetti on October 10th, 2007

Blaupunkt Hamburg MP57 car radio with a USB storage interfaceBlaupunkt is introducing some new high end car radios with USB-based storage. The one catching our eye the most is the Blaupunkt Hamburg MP57, priced at around $320.

The Blaupunkt Hamburg MP57 has a rear-panel USB input with included cable which is designed to interface with external hard drives or other devices carrying music. Music can be gotten at via the radio’s flip-up panel and digital images can be displayed on the MP57′s screen. There’s also 3.5mm front panel inputs to use with portable audio devices.



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