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Synnex monoDO voice controlled USB Fan

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on April 4th, 2011

Looking for an alternative to your air conditioner this summer? One that you don’t have to lift a finger to control? Well, this USB fan can help. The monoDO from Synnex is a USB powered Fan that comes with a voice control function allowing you to turn it on or off without even touching it.

Synnex’s monoDO Voice Controlled USB Fan is available in black and white for around 2,980 Yen. Keep cool my friends, without having to break a sweat by getting up.

ColorWare now coloring the Dyson Air Multiplier

Posted in Dyson by Conner Flynn on January 25th, 2011

ColorWare, the company that paints gadgets for excessive amounts of money now has another gadget to color. This time its the already overpriced $300 Dyson Air Multiplier getting the $450 ColorWare treatment. For that absurd price you’ll get a brand new “bladeless fan” with the airfoil, base, and control colors of your choice.

If you already own one, you can spend $150 to send yours in and get it painted up. If you think you can spend a few weeks without it that is.

Dyson Air Multiplier bladeless fan copied

Posted in Dyson by Shane McGlaun on September 6th, 2010

The first time I laid eyes on that crazy looking Dyson Air Multiplier fan, I thought it looked pretty darn cool. I could certainly see that thing sitting on my desk keeping me cool during the hot Texas summer. I can’t see paying the $299 price for it though.

A company from Asia called Abiko has created its own knock-off of that Dyson fan and it looks so much like the Dyson version that the company even strapped the thing with a similar price. The Abiko knock-off will sell for $223 at MSRP.

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.

Turn your iPhone into a laser, fan or flashlight

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on May 10th, 2010

Your iPhone just became even more versatile. Now you can turn it into a fan, a flashlight, even a laser, thanks to German company HMB TEC, who has created peripherals that plug into the headphone jack, controlled by special apps.

The fan costs 19.90 € with no app needed to control it. The laser costs 20 € with $5.99 for the app. Some other accessories HMB TEC has come up with include a flashlight, thermometer, heart monitor, infrared remote, microphone and stethoscope. Now there really is an app for everything and your iPhone can do it all.

Double Room Circulator: Two fan heads are better than one

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on May 9th, 2010

Fans are good for circulating the air in your room or your home in the summertime. So it makes no sense that they just point in one direction. The double room circulator makes more sense. It’s a double-headed fan that can be pointed in two directions at the same time for maximum circulation.

This design speeds up the circulating air, clearing the hot air from your home and cooling you down efficiently. Single head fans are for suckers.

FanSee: A fan that displays the digital temperature

Posted in Office Gadgets by Conner Flynn on April 5th, 2009

FanSee: A fan that displays the digital temperatureThe FanSee is a nice innovation on the standard desk fan. Thanks to LEDs built right into the fan blades, the FanSee gives you the current temperature while the blades are spinning. That’s right! Feel the oppressive heat, turn on the fan, and let it tell you what you already know. That it’s damn hot. That’s why you turned the fan on.

So, it’s a device that states the obvious. The temperature readout on the 9 inch diameter fan blades is large enough so that the whole room can see it. If you absolutely need this in your life, it can be had for $39.99.

USB-Powered fan made from CDs

Posted in DIY by Conner Flynn on March 31st, 2009

USB-Powered fan made from CDsThis is pretty awesome in a Macguyver sort of way. Using a motor, USB cable, two compact discs and a paper or plastic tube, Instructables user msolek creates a sweet little USB powered fan. This is a pretty simple project and the parts are all inexpensive, so don’t be afraid to make one yourself.

To build your very own USB-powered fan, you’ll need: a motor, USB port (max. 2.5W), two compact discs, a USB cable, paper or a plastic tube. Then, just cut up the disc, prep the USB cable, and put everything together.

Laptop Cooler with USB hub and HDD slot

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on November 28th, 2008

Laptop Cooler with USB hub and HDD slotBrando has a new cool gadget available. This time, they’re offering up a unique laptop cooler with USB Hub and HDD Slot built in. It measures 300mm x 252mm x 32mm and weighs 504grams. The device is equipped with three USB hubs, a 2.5-inch SATA HDD slot, and two fans to keep your laptop nice and cool.

You can plug in any 2.5 inch SATA hard drive to extend your storage when needed and it supports up to 250GB SATA HDD. Brando’s latest USB Notebook Cooling Pad retails for $33 and is a convenient gift to put under the tree this year.

NZXT Sentry LX fan controller

Posted in PCs by Conner Flynn on July 2nd, 2008

NZXT Sentry LX fan controller
Gamers will overclock their computers in order to get the best performance, but keeping it all cool is the key to how well it performs. If it overheats, it’s all for nothing. NZXT wants to make sure you stay chilled, with the Sentry LX fan controller.

It’s a controller that you attach to the fan so you can control the speed of said fan. This way you can be absolutely sure that your computer will not overheat. The only drawback is that it takes up at least two of your 5.25-inch bays, but hey keeping cool is important no? It will cost you $60.

Cycool Bike: work out in style with a fan

Posted in Exercise Gadgets by Conner Flynn on February 28th, 2008

Cycool Bike
The Cycool bike is not a quantum leap in technology. It’s an exercise bike designed for people who want to work out, but hate sweating. Let’s face it, if you work out, you’re going to sweat. The “system is powered by your own peddling-the faster you peddle, the faster the fan.”

PSP concept is a slick & sexy slider

Posted in PSP by Conner Flynn on February 13th, 2008

PSP Concept is a slick & sexy slider
This fan-made PSP concept is an awesome slider, with a look that beats the hell out of the old one and then spits on it for good measure. It’s got an amazing large screen and an iPhone style home button in front.

Just slide it open and it’s ready for gaming, revealing the D-Pad, two analog nubs, and the face buttons. This is one hell of a nice concept, considering I’m not much of a PSP fan and it’s got me wanting one yesterday. We can only hope that the next PSP looks something like this.