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Xbox 360 cooling mod uses the Air Conditioner

Posted in Xbox 360 by Conner Flynn on November 16th, 2010

The Xbox 360 can get seriously hot during gaming and you don’t the ‘red ring of death’ showing up. So what can you do? Well, you could try cooling your Xbox 360 system using this igneous cooling device which uses an air conditioning unit and some tubing.

You just need a cardboard box, some flexible tubing and plenty of tape. It may not be pretty, but it will cool your console down so that you can concentrate on playing Black Ops.

It’s hot! Here’s a DIY air conditioner

Posted in DIY by Conner Flynn on July 7th, 2010

It’s hot here in the Northeast. Very hot! If your air conditioning fails or you simply don’t have air conditioning, here’s a DIY solution. You wont have real AC cooling power, but it beats having nothing.

You just need a cooler, a fan, some tubes and a water pump. Then you just need to run cool water in front of the fan for it to cool off the air that blows out, making it only slightly more effective than a regular fan.

Help name LG’s robot mascot

Posted in Robots by Conner Flynn on January 19th, 2010

See that cute little bot above being adored by all the ladies? That’s LG Electronics new robot mascot for their new line of Whisen air conditioners. They don’t have a name for him yet, but you can help since they’re holding a naming contest, which ends February 2nd, 2010.

What would you call him? Let us know in the comments. Their slogan for the air conditioners seems to be “Life is cool”. Life looks very cool for that bot.

Turn your blinds into an air conditioner

Posted in Concepts by Conner Flynn on November 5th, 2009

Turn your blinds into an air conditionerThe Briz is a concept air conditioner that dreams big while keeping the form factor small. Small as in the size of blinds. Blinds usually just block out the sun, but when these blinds are open they keep the air inside cool. Neat idea.

It uses water-filled tubes that run beneath the bottom part of the blinds to emit a dry mist into the airflow. As the water evaporates, it absorbs heat and cools down the surrounding area. Your blinds can’t do that. Your Google blinds can’t even do that.

DeLonghi portable Air Conditioner

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on June 30th, 2008

DeLonghi portable Air ConditionerHere’s something that could come in very handy with the summer heat, if you have a small second dwelling you get away to that lacks air conditioning. Just get one of these DeLonghi Portable Air Conditioners.

It’s a portable air conditioner with an 11,000-BTU cooling capacity and an electronic control panel with LED display, an LCD remote control, 24-hour programmable timer, adjustable thermostat etc. Only $650. Also great for apartments, so you can take it with you when your lease is up.

Battery Powered Desktop Air Conditioner

Posted in Coolers,Office Gadgets by Reuben Drake on August 10th, 2007

Battery powered Desktop Air conditionerThis 10.5-inch-tall device is made for those that feel the office temperature is just a little too warm for comfort. The desktop Air Conditioner works quietly and runs off of 2 D batteries or a 3V DC power adapter (that you must provide yourself).

The cooling mechanism is a little less high-tech than you might initially think and really comes down to the equivalent of placing some ice in front of a desk fan. Although the Desktop air conditioner has a condensation catch tray it has no mechanical condenser. The company packages a water bottle along with the cooling gadget that you are to fill with water and freeze. Once frozen you can place your cold water bottle in the air conditioner which passes air over it and onto you.

Personally I think you might get better results by just sitting on your frozen …