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HEX ships iPod nano watch band

Posted in iPod Nano by Conner Flynn on December 29th, 2010

If you are looking for a watch band to house your iPod nano 6G, you certainly have plenty of options, but this one is one of our favorites. And Hex has just started shipping its HEX Watch Band in the US. It will cost you $29.95 for this soft, flexible band.

Just insert your nano into the face, strap it on your wrist and you are good to go. It’s designed to be remarkably rugged and stand up to abuse, and the headphone socket is arranged so that the cable runs up your arm. It comes in nine colors to fit your own style.

E-Money Band is like having money on your wrist

Posted in News by Conner Flynn on November 11th, 2010

Here’s a good way to carry our money around without actually having it with us. Hashy Top-In is a Japanese based company that’s come up with a device called the “E-Money Band”. It’s a silicon band that can be worn like a watch around your wrist and users can load up to $600 on it via chargers available at Japanese convenience stores and other places.

Just tap the band against a compatible reader that stores will carry to make your purchases. That’s it. You’re done. The band is priced at about $36, but it won’t even pull double duty by telling the time.

Hex iPod Nano Watch

Posted in iPod Nano by Conner Flynn on November 7th, 2010

When Apple released the new iPod Nano, there were several watch strap accessories that turned the new iPod Nano into a watch. This one is from Hex and it is probably the best yet. It looks great. They didn’t just add a watch strap to the iPod Nano, the Hex watch band actually integrates the iPod Nano into the strap, protecting it.

The Hex watch band for the iPod Nano comes in several colors including white, black, blue, silver, orange, green, red, grey and pink for $24.95.

Wiitality for hands-free Wii-fit play

Posted in Wii by Conner Flynn on November 22nd, 2009

Wiitality for hands-free Wii-fit playMan, playing games on the Wii can be hard. You are expected to do stuff like move your arms, hold them up, push buttons… All while holding the Wiimote. Add an exercise game to that, like Wii-Fit and it can be brutal. What, do they think we are superhuman?

Well, Talismoon’s Wiitality accessory can help. What we have here is little more than a neoprene band that holds your Wiimote in place, securing the controller on your arm with Velcro straps. At least they aren’t trying to charge a ton of money for it. The Wiitality will cost you $3 at Amazon.

The Wrist Band Portable Battery makes you look like a dork

Posted in Chargers by Conner Flynn on January 18th, 2009

The Wrist Band Portable BatteryMeet the dorkiest looking wrist accessory ever. You might think this is a cool cyberpunk bracelet thing. Actually, it’s the ultimate way to charge your batteries and look like a loser at the same time. If you don’t believe me, then by all means, check out the product site. There you can find pictures of people wearing and using this device.

It’s sad that it looks like such a train-wreck, because it’s a convenient way to charge up all your gadgets on the go. It uses a rechargeable li-on battery and comes with 8 different types of power connectors that will work with major brand mobile phones, the PSP and Nintendo DS. To recharge the portable battery, it takes about 5 hours. When used as a direct power source, it’ll give you 3 hours of talk time or 8 hours on your MP3 player.

Vax77 Foldable 77-Key Keyboard

Posted in Musical Instruments by Conner Flynn on December 22nd, 2008

Vax77 Foldable 77-Key KeyboardIn recent years it’s become easier for the musician on the go to be able to travel lighter or save some space in the band’s van. Like the folding guitar, the Vax77 Foldable 77-Key Keyboard will neatly fold up so you can take your show on the road.

Folded in half, it will only take up 23.3″ of space. That’s small enough that you can put it in the front seat of your car or take it with you on an airplane. Some features include a 3.5-inch color LCD display, MIDI in/out and USB 1.1 connections, four pedal inputs and and many synthesizer presets. I don’t see a price, but I expect that portability will cost you.

iPod electric guitar: play along with your favorites

Posted in iPod Accessories by Conner Flynn on February 14th, 2008

iPod electric guitar
When Guitar Hero and Rockband aren’t enough to satisfy your poser urges to emulate rock stars, this guitar will fill some sort of void in your life. It’s a 3/4-scale electric guitar that connects to your iPod or other MP3 players, allowing you to play along to the music thanks to the built-in 4-inch amplifier/speaker.

The guitar has a solid basswood body, maple neck, and rosewood fingerboard. A truss rod allows you to adjust string action for easier chording. It also has precision machine heads and a single-coil pickup, volume control knob, and a standard 1/4″ output so it can be plugged into a standard amplifier if you like. For $199.95 you get a guitar strap, digital tuner, cables, plectrum, and carrying case. Includes a 9-volt battery that supposedly gives you six hours of operation.