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Alternative Alarm Clock

Posted in Concepts by Conner Flynn on July 5th, 2011

Royal College of Art graduate Ki Hyun Kim must really like coffee. He designed the Alternative Alarm Clock, which allows you to wake up to the smell of coffee instead of beeping sounds that make you want to throw your clock.

The Alternative Alarm Clock is also a combination alarm/power strip, allowing you to plug in any electrical device you want like a lamp or a radio. When the alarm is activated, the electric outlet supplies power to the electrical devices.

Arctic Gym, your Wii Fit alternative

Posted in Wii by Conner Flynn on August 1st, 2010

The ARCTIC GYM is for people without a Wii who still want to workout at home with interactive peripherals. The Arctic Gym includes an interactive exercise mat that allows you to keep fit, lose weight and burn calories. This video game system detects your movements and measures your performance and fitness progress.

The mat is basically thirty pressure sensitive pads with sensors detecting feet and body positions. When the system recognizes your movements, it is translated on-screen, so it can track and display real-time movements.

Coby MP620 is a $29 iPod Nano alternative

Posted in MP3 by Conner Flynn on July 4th, 2010

If you’re looking for an attractive and cheap iPad Nano alternative, this one will only cost you $29 and it looks like it is quality for that price. The Coby MP620 is a video and MP3 player that shares a similar form-factor with the Nano.

Sort of looks like those really small phasers from Star Trek: The Next Generation too. This device features a 1.8″ color LCD screen, and an FM radio. It comes in black, red or blue with a 4GB capacity for just $29.55 or $43.05 for the 8GB version.

Coby’s MP600: A $20 Nano competitor

Posted in MP3 by Conner Flynn on March 29th, 2009

Coby’s MP600: A $20 Nano competitorCoby’s MP600 Video MP3 Player takes some obvious inspiration from the iPod Nano. It features a 1.44″ LCD screen that will play back all of your MTV video files, JPG photos, read text files as well as MP3 and WMA files. You’ll also get FM radio.

The best part is that they didn’t clone the price, which is just over $20 for the 2GB version. The 4GB version will cost you $29.99. So if you’re looking for a cheap alternative for the Nano, you might want to check it out.

Budfits provide a cheap earbud alternative for the iPod Shuffle 3G

Posted in iPod by Conner Flynn on March 13th, 2009

Budfits provide a cheap earbud alternative for the iPod Shuffle 3GSo you like the new iPod Shuffle 3Gs voiceover function, but you hate earbuds. It would be nice if you could use any pair of headphones you wanted, but sadly the device is controlled by proprietary headphones, because Apple is greedy. Sadly third party headphones will cost you as much as the Shuffle itself.

What to do? Well, don’t be a sucker. You can get one over on Jobs and his cronies for only $8.99. BudFits convert your earbuds into headphones that won’t keep slipping out of your ears. They just snap in and you enjoy your music without having to buy Steve another yacht.