The app has several functions offering a status check of the laundry, changing the scheduled time, preventing wrinkles and more. The LG Smart Washing Machine will be released in South Korea for about $165,000.
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Wearing a suit and tie in the office can make for a hot day, but with Thanko’s latest offering, you can cool down while wearing your monkey suit. The USB-powered necktie clip cooler is just $35. Sadly it’s only available to those in Japan though.
I guess the rest of us will just have to sweat a bit longer. The device is powered by either USB or a battery. Just clip it to your tie and it will send fresh air your way. This is basically just a computer fan mounted on your tie.
You can’t always wear your highly detailed and expensive Star Wars costumes out in public, but these hoodies are a great option. This new line of hoodies is now available online for great prices. You can get the Stormtrooper, Darth Vader, and Boba Fett.
The fabric is a 60/40 cotton polyester and will survive many washings. These hoodies are the kind that can cover your whole face, with netting on the eye sockets so you can see. They cost just $49.99.
The Pioneer SE-CL331 are the world’s first washable earphones. They can be soaked and washed after every session if you like and it won’t damage the electronic equipment. They are available in white, bright blue and pink.
Other features include: a couple of 9mm drivers for a playback frequency of 10Hz to 20kHz with an impedance of 16 Ohms, an ergonomic ear holder, a gold-plated 3.5mm stereo mini-plug and a silver-plated OFC wire. The Pioneer SE-CL331 can be immersed in water up to 1 meter. Just $59.99.
It says Star Trek. It flashes. That’s enough to get your geek wallet out right there. It comes with a white or yellow flashing image and there are even Star Trek Enterprise and Star Trek Voyager shirts available. They are 100% cotton and the battery pack comes away for washing it.
It requires a whopping 4 AAA Batteries which are hidden in the lining. Seems like there is no way that wearing 4 AAA batteries is going to be comfy, but then again, this is a Star Trek shirt that flashes. It could have a car battery attached and it would be cool.
It’s a common problem. Dishwashers are tough on Wine glasses. They have a tendency to move around and get knocked about. The Tether Stemware Saver can help keep your Wine glasses safe. The design features a hollow rubber base that slides over a dishwasher post and a clip that attaches to the glass’s stem.
A brilliant yet simple solution. Right now it is between a concept and product, but hopefully these are available soon, much to the chagrin of Wine glass makers.
When you watch 3D movies in the theater, the glasses are heavy and uncomfortable. Dolby has a new solution and has just announced this newer and lighter pair of 3D glasses. They will also come with anti-theft measures and an RFID tag for inventory control purposes.
Theater owners will also be happy to know that the thinner lenses can be washed and reused hundreds of times. They are $12 each and are cheaper when purchased in bulk. Though they won’t improve the quality of a movie script or lower ticket prices.
Kids just want to brush their teeth for 5 seconds and then they are done. But that doesn’t get rid of all of the germs. The Wash and Brush timer from TrendyKid can help you make them brush longer. The idea is that you put the timer in the bathroom and teach your kids how it works.
The hand or tooth icons select the timing mode and the light will flash green, telling you to go or continue brushing. As you get closer to the end of the countdown, it flashes faster and turns red when it’s okay to stop. The Wash and Brush timer uses 3 AAA batteries and costs about $8.
Shopping for a USB stick? Might as well just go to a laundromat or a dry cleaners. There has apparently been a 400 per cent increase in the number of USB sticks being left behind in clothes to be dry cleaned. The news comes from a survey taken by more than 500 dry cleaners and laundrettes. About 17,000 USB sticks were left in 2010, that’s four times the number found in 2009.
It’s an epidemic that shows no signs of stopping. Sometimes it is in your shirt, sometimes in your pants, but it always ends up in the wash. Please do your part and save a USB stick today.
The Epson WorkForce 840 All-in-One was announced at CES 2011 and one of the first things you notice is that they have crammed a bunch of features into a fairly compact frame. The price is $300(Down to $199 on their site already). It’s ideal for the small office at that price for what it packs in. The 840 will do the usual printing, copy, scan, and fax. It will scan to your PC or to e-mail and can print from or scan to memory cards or USB drives. It will also print or copy multiple pages onto a one sheet.
Since Sega is turning public urinals into gaming machines, Sony figures it might as well make a splash in the market as well. The company’s Toylet will calculate the velocity and volume of the urine and “translate” that data into in-game solutions, like Graffiti Eraser.
Some other great gaming moments in the early history of pee games are The North Wind and Her which will require your pee to lift a woman’s dress. This technology is currently being used in metro stations, and may soon enter other public places. Wash your hands.
Trunket has announced a new line of hand-crafted wooden iPhone skins created from American Rosewood that is then treated with various washes and finishes. These will give your iPhone 4 a more natural feel, instead of cold plastic.
Just make sure your iPhone 4′s surface is clean and apply the skin. It’s that easy. Right now, the new skins are only designed to fit the iPhone 4, but they can be removed and reapplied if you need to do that, Just be aware that the skins stickiness will become less and less overtime the more you remove and reapply.
Just like we told you yesterday, the Beatles are now on iTunes. You can find the Beatles page live right now. It looks like the entire catalog is available in a $149 box set complete with iTunes LP content, and there’s also a few videos.
Steve and Yoko must be friends now. As a bonus the “Live at the Washington Coliseum, 1964″ video will stream for free for the rest of the year. Beatles fans are very happy today.
It’s too hot 90% of the year in Texas for a lot of outdoor play so we tend to stay near water. Many folks swim to keep in shape and want some music to listen too at the same time. H2O Audio has a line of gear that lets the swimmer listen to music while in the water and will survive folks that sweat profusely as well.
The new headphones from the company are called the Surge 2G and they are waterproof to 12-feet deep. The headphones can also be washed and will survive sweating. Either of those will kill your typical set of headphones. The Surge 2G headphones ship with five sets of elastomer earphones with XS-XL sizes for a custom fit. The elastomer tips in various sizes are to provide a custom fit, block outside noise, and should help keep water out of your ears.
If you are the green type, the thought of drinking your water out of a plastic bottle probably curls your toes. What you need is something along the lines of the Bamboo Bottle.
This reusable bottle is made from renewable and recyclable materials. The inside of the bottle is made from glass and can be washed in the dishwasher. The outside of the bottle is renewable bamboo.
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