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Make Your Own Shot Glass Out Of Ice

Posted in Home by Chetz on December 17th, 2006

Cool Shooters Ice Shot Glass MakerThis Cool Shooters mold gadget lets you make your own shot glasses out of ice providing you with a some new cool applications, but sipping warm shots or letting them sit for a while are not options.

Some drinks have you drop your shot glass into a larger drink, and in this case the glass just ends up cooling off the drink and melting away. Also you could add different flavors into the ice so that it will mix with whatever shot you put in it. If nothing else this is …

Atari Games Shot Glasses

Posted in Games by Conner Flynn on April 21st, 2010

Here’s something that’s sure to encourage drinking in geeks. Atari Games Shot Glasses. The shot glasses feature some of our favorite Atari games, including Breakout, Pong, Asteroids, Centipede, Battle Zone and Missile Command.

If you want some of these fun Atari Games Shot Glasses (Of course you do) they are available in a set of six for $15.99 from Think Geek. What are you waiting for? These retro game glasses are awesome.

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Loaded Dice get you loaded

Posted in Games by Conner Flynn on August 12th, 2009

Loaded Dice get you loadedListen up frat boys and alcoholics. There’s a new game in town that aims to get you nice and plastered. It’s one part dice game and one part alcohol and goes by the appropriate name, Loaded Dice. The game is simple to play.

Just fill the shot glass, slam it down, do whatever the die tells you to do. The drunker you get, the easier it is to play and the less you care about the rules. Who’s ready for a game? I’ll take on all of you.

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New Olympus cameras let you preview shot effects

Posted in Digital Cameras,Olympus by Nino Marchetti on January 25th, 2008

Olympus Stylus 1020Olympus this week unveiled a trio of new Stylus compact digital cameras which it says offer dual image stabilization, 2.7-inch LCDs and a feature called “Perfect Shot Preview.” These models are the Stylus 840, Stylus 1010 and Stylus 1020 and pricing will range between about $250 and $350.

Perfect Shot Preview, as described by Olympus, “enables users to preview and select various photographic effects on a live, multi-window screen before snapping the shot.” The Stylus 1010 and 1020 will both offer 10-megapixels of shooting ability, with the Stylus 840 chiming in at 8-megapixels.

Expect all three Stylus digital cameras in stores by March. You can get the full details after the jump.

Ice Luge chills drinks Olympic style

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on December 12th, 2007

Ice Luge chills drinks Olympic style

Here’s a novel item for those who like to show off at parties and love new gadgets. Let’s face it, ice cubes are a thing of the past. They just don’t impress people like they did 50-100 years ago. Sure they chill your drink, but they also water it down. And it can be tough keeping all those trays full, then waiting for each to freeze. Plus they’re boring. I’m personally sick of looking at them.

Shot glasses made out of ice are kinda’ cool but are also hard to handle. Why not just freeze water in a specially shaped mold and then send your drinks down the icy slopes, like the Olympic luge sport, straight into your waiting glass. Mixed drinks, colas, Orange Juice…Chill it all and make your intake of liquid fun again. The liquid will hit your glass already chilled.

Nintendo claims best first-day US handheld sales ever for 3DS

Posted in Nintendo 3DS by Conner Flynn on March 29th, 2011

Nintendo is counting piles and piles of 3D cash. Without glasses of course. The company has issued a press release claiming that “U.S. day-one sales numbers for Nintendo 3DS were the highest of any Nintendo hand-held system in our history.” To clarify, that’s unit sales.

We don’t have exact numbers, but the big N says that more information will be available when the NPD releases its report on the first-week sales. So it looks like the $250 price point might have been right on target and plenty of fans opened their wallets wide.

Hello Kitty iPod DJ speaker

Posted in Hello Kitty by Conner Flynn on September 4th, 2008

Hello Kitty iPod DJ speakerHere’s the latest in Hello Kitty novelty items. The Hello Kitty iPod DJ speaker. As you can see Hello Kitty is DJing away behind the bullet-proof glass like the Pope in his Pope-mobile. That’s because she has had several attempts on her feline life. There was that shooter behind the grassy knoll, and in the book-depository, then there was that time that I was brain-washed to take her out and shot up a bunch of cat products with a semi-automatic. I claimed I was just a patsy. Looks like she’s protected now. This one is from Japan, of course. A Hello Kitty speaker that connects to your iPod or other audio device. Comes in pink or black and requires 1 AA battery. $24.99.

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New Olympus camera offers 20x wide angle zoom

Posted in Digital Cameras by Nino Marchetti on January 26th, 2008

Olympus SP-570 UZAnother new digital camera…we know. This time around Olympus brought us word this week of the Olympus SP-570 UZ, priced at around $500. The company notes this particular model for its 20x, wide-angle optical zoom (26-520mm equivalent).

The SP-570UZ, besides the optical zoom, offers up an impressive 10-megapixels coupled with a f2.8-4.5 lens. You get a bevy of advanced features with this particular Olympus model, including a 2.7-inch LCD with anti-glare, dual image stabilization, face detection, shadow adjustment and full manual control.

This new Olympus camera will be available come March. Get the full details after the jump.

Canon unveils new Rebel digital SLR

Posted in Canon,Digital Cameras by Nino Marchetti on January 24th, 2008

Canon EOS Rebel XSiCanon is introducing this week a new entry level digital SLR to its popular line of EOS Rebel digital cameras. It is called the Canon EOS Rebel XSi and pricing is set at around $800 for a body only kit and $900 for a lens kit which includes the EF-S18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS zoom lens.

The Rebel Xsi is a 12.2-megapixel shooter which Canon has dressed up with “an improved autofocus sensor, enhanced 14-bit A/D conversion, an advanced Live View function, and the proprietary DIGIC III image processor.” Canon has also newly designed this camera’s CMOS sensor.

The Canon EOS Rebel Xsi will be available in April. To get all the details on this new camera, check out the full press release after the jump.



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