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Samsung develops Portable X-ray Detector

Posted in Samsung by Conner Flynn on October 21st, 2010

Samsung has announced a portable X-ray Detector that will allow X-ray images to be taken more accurately. The X-ray Detector is attached to a monitor that will convert the captured X-ray image directly onto the screen.

They say that this solution is less harmful than typical X-ray machines and that it will give a more accurate diagnosis. Samsung claims that the device will be less trouble for patients who suffer from severe musculoskeletal pain. It’s a nice advance in the X-ray world.

Cheetah C50 GPS Speed Camera Detector

Posted in Automotive by Conner Flynn on October 29th, 2009

Cheetah C50 GPS Speed Camera DetectorThe Cheetah C50 is a small GPS speed camera detector with 65 unique spoken voice alerts that cover various types of threats. The device can identify different types of cameras for speed, red light, speed-on-green, and also is capable of telling you if the camera is on a freeway, a highway, an exit ramp, a frontage road, etc. It will give you an edge while speeding away.

The Cheetah C50 has a speedometer, compass, and directional intelligence, so you won’t be caught off guard by false alarms for cameras on the other side of the freeway. At $100 it will hopefully save you some money on speeding tickets.

Cheetah GPSmirror Speed & Red Light Camera Detector

Posted in Automotive by Conner Flynn on August 9th, 2009

Cheetah GPSmirror Speed & Red Light Camera DetectorThis device will make detecting speed cameras and red light camera detectors easy. The Cheetah GPSmirror features a built-in GPS that comes preloaded with the locations of all of these enforcement cameras, thereby letting you avoid them and thumb your nose at the law.

It will automatically warn you when you are approaching a camera or passing over the speed limit, via voice, tone and visual alerts. This is a useful device that will keep you out of trouble. The Cheetah GPSmirror will cost you $250. Which is much cheaper than all the tickets you have already gotten.

Metal Detecting Sandals

Posted in Apparel by Conner Flynn on June 7th, 2009

Metal Detecting SandalsThey won’t get you very far very fast as you walk, stop and dig for treasure, but at least you’ll keep busy. If you are already walking around with a metal detector and a large set of headphones, this should improve your look at least.

These metal detecting sandals will help to keep others away from your treasure too, because they are much more subtle than the typical detector. The right sandal connects to a removable battery pack that’s strapped to your calf and a coil in the sandals does all the work.

Ball Pen with Wi-Fi detector

Posted in Wi-Fi by Conner Flynn on April 22nd, 2009

Ball Pen with Wi-Fi detectorHere’s another useful device to have in your pocket. The “Ball Pen With Wi-Fi Detector”. This tiny ball pen will help you find a good signal and choose the best place to get access to the internet. Armed with this pen, you will Always find the best Wi-Fi networks.

It integrates an 802.11B and G Wi-Fi detector and strength meter in the form of 4 LEDs. Just push the button and the pen will automatically search for a nearby Wi-Fi hotspot. The pen really is mightier than the sword. I’ve never seen a sword do that.

Black and Decker Thermal Leak Detector

Posted in Tools by Conner Flynn on December 4th, 2008

Black and Decker Thermal Leak DetectorWinter is here. And so, it’s time to fix those cold air leaks. That’s where Black and Decker’s Thermal Leak Detector comes in. Your current method of sliding your fingers down window seams until you feel cold air works okay, but the leak detector takes a high tech approach.

It detects temperature changes as small as a single degree. When it finds a trouble area where cold air is leaking in, a blue spotlight points you towards the problem. Pretty handy little tool for $40. Once it starts detecting leaks and you start sealing them, it will pay for itself in no time.

Kidde Silhouette slim smoke detector

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on May 6th, 2008

Kidde Silhouette slim smoke detector
Smoke detectors are a necessity. They save more lives every year, but as far as looking nice and blending in with your home, forget it. They’re an eye-sore. Kidde has decided to make them easier to live with, with their latest model. It hangs from your ceiling a mere half-inch and the face plate features a slick contour design. But it’s not all about good looks alone.

It’s actually AC powered with a sealed rechargeable backup battery that will last for the life of the alarm. If your electricity goes out, the Silhouette will continue to operate using the battery, which will recharge itself when power is restored. You can even link it to other smoke detectors and security devices in your home. Of course, installation is a bit more involved because of the AC power, but it’s a great alternative.

The cellphone EMF detector

Posted in Mobile Phones by Conner Flynn on April 30th, 2008

The cellphone EMF detector
Radiation and electromagnetic fields from cellphones can be dangerous. Plus, electromagnetic fields usually mean there’s a ghost around too, so it’s good to know when there might be one around you. Some say EMF is safe, others say it’s really dangerous. Why take the chance, when you can conduct your own research with this handheld EMF detector.

It will measure radio frequency radiation and extremely low-frequency magnetic fields and should be able to tell you which electronics in your home are the worst offenders. And if you get a reading where there are no electronics, then you probably have a ghost, in which case you’ll want to make like Scooby and Shaggy and get the hell out as quick as you can.

KissMe: Bad breath detector

Posted in Health by Conner Flynn on April 25th, 2008

KissMe:Bad breath detector
Is your own breath so bad that you pass out when you exhale? Can you walk through a field of fireflys at night and watch them all dim out and die as you breath on by? The dog won’t even kiss you? Maybe you should do some tests before going out on an important date, otherwise the first date will be your last.

The Kiss Me is for you. It’s a “Personal Breath Odor Detector” that measures how bad your breath stinks. There are 5 LED lights that indicate how good or bad you stink. It can go from “kissable” to “deadly”. At $19 why wouldn’t you want to try it. The way things are right now, your breath is likely to set the smoke detector off.

Onelink smoke detector shouts at you

Posted in Emergency Equipment by Conner Flynn on February 26th, 2008

Onelink smoke detector
The OneLink Carbon Monoxide and Smoke Detector with Voice Alert is a pretty clever device, that can be programmed with alerts relating to its location, so if the alarm goes off, you know without a doubt where it’s happening. will shout a warning like, “Smoke in Kitchen,” or, “Carbon Monoxide in basement.”

At 85dB loud, it should wake up just about anyone. It is battery powered and connects wirelessly to other alarms in your home. The price is not too bad at $99.99. Especially if it saves your life. The fact that this device automatically tells you what’s going on, will end up saving more lives then a typical detector and should probably be the new standard in homes.