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R2-D2 Lunch Kit

Posted in Star Wars by Conner Flynn on July 20th, 2011

Most adults don’t really carry lunchboxes, but as lunchboxes get cooler, you will see more of them packing a lunch since we are all geeks at heart. This R2-D2 lunch kit is pretty cool. Adults and kids alike will want to carry this one around.

It’s only $14.99 and measures 5¾” W x 5½” D x 11¼” H and even has integrated sounds and LED light effects. That beats the Lunchbox I had as a kid. The noise that this one makes will likely get your kid in trouble.

Nikon D5100 kit arrives early at Best Buy for $900

Posted in Cameras by Conner Flynn on April 17th, 2011

The upcoming Nikon D5100 has just hit the shelves at Best Buy a few days early. That’s great news for those of you who have been drooling and waiting for this bad boy. The mid-range DSLR kit is now available online or in Best Buy stores for $900.

Nikon should start shipping body-only options soon as well. Amazon is already taking pre-orders for $800. The accompanying ME-1 external mic will arrive on April 21st. Better go hit up Best Buy.

Nanocade turns your netbook into an arcade cabinet

Posted in Netbook by Conner Flynn on January 31st, 2011

Netbooks are cool, but they aren’t arcade cabinets. Not typically. But with the Nanocade you can have both. It’s a kit from designer Rasmus Sorensen that lets you turn a netbook or mini-ITX motherboard and 10.1-inch display into a laptop arcade cabinet.

If you have a spare netbook to make this happen, the kit ships in March and it is easy to do. As long as you have the $349 plus shipping that is. It’s totally worth it.

Transcend 8GB aXeRam Dual-channel DDR3 Memory Kit

Posted in Memory by Conner Flynn on December 2nd, 2010

Transcend has announced the 8GB aXeRam DDR3-2000 memory kit which contains two identically matched 4GB memory modules. These have super low voltage of just 1.6 Volts, making them ideal for hardcore gamers, overclockers and professional users alike.

The 8GB aXeRam DDR3-2000 memory kit has a clock frequency of 2000MHz and timings of 9-11-9-24. The kit retails for around $230.

Rocketfish debuts 4-Port WirelessHD HDMI Kit

Posted in HDMI by Conner Flynn on November 8th, 2010

Rocketfish, Best Buy’s in-house brand, has rolled out their own four-port WirelessHD kit for those who hate wires. The kit consists of a couple of pieces which will work together to send 1080p content from up to four HDMI sources to a single HDMI-equipped display (Not at the same time though).

It supports 3D video, CEC remote functionality and surround sound, along with an auto-sense ability to figure out which HDMI socket is active, changing over automatically. It retails for $299.99.

Toshiba unveils 3D upgrade kit for its Blu-ray recorders

Posted in Toshiba by Conner Flynn on July 29th, 2010

Toshiba is making a 3D upgrade kit available for its range of Blu-ray recorders, in the wake of it’s Regza line of 3D HDTVs. All of their new Blu-ray recorders will pack a hard drive inside, while the flagship RD-X10 will feature 2TB of storage space, letting you play 3D movies right out of the box. It will arrive in Japan this September for $2,500.

There will also be three more models which take advantage of the 3D upgrade kit, but so far there is no word on pricing. The company is going pretty heavy on 3D obviously.

Sigma SD15 gets a launch date

Posted in Cameras by Conner Flynn on June 13th, 2010

You’ve probably forgotten all about it, but the Sigma SD15, announced way back in 2008 will finally start shipping at the end of the month with a hefty price tag. The SD15 will hit at least some parts of the world by the month’s end, but what can you expect to pay?

The price for the body-only is about $1,300. Want the Kit? That will cost you a bit more at about $1,500. That will take a chunk out of your savings for sure.

Netgear Wireless Home Theater Kit

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

Netgear has a new wireless home theater kit that comes with some awesome features. The kit consists of a pair of adapters that you plug into your router or gateway while the other connects to the computer, gaming console or Ethernet/Wi-fi. You can purchase more adapters to expand the functionality of your system as well.

This is a good solution for those who are tired of the limitations of Boxee for instance. If it performs well, it’s a great way to keep esxpanding.

Steering Wheel Bluetooth MP3/FM Car Kit

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

This isn’t the first Bluetooth Steering wheel attachment that we’ve seen, but the Steering Wheel Bluetooth MP3/FM Car Kit is a good idea to keep your hands free, thus keeping you a tad safer.

The device features Bluetooth, wireless audio, and functions just like a wireless headset. It even plays MP3s and can broadcast them to your car’s speakers using its FM transmitter.

Pedal Brain iPhone kit connects your bike to your iPhone

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on December 28th, 2009

There are all kinds of gadgets for cyclists and now there’s an iPhone app/accessory kit for them as well. The finishing touches are still being worked on, but they’ve made their Pedal Brain kit official anyway. Think of it as a Nike+ for cyclists.

It comes with a case accessory that uses the ANT+ wireless protocol to relay all of the information from your bike. That info is processed and analyzed by the Pedal Brain app. Pedal Brain also features a coaching feature that will let you make your own training plans and sell them through the app (They take a $4 a month cut).

Logitech Notebook Kit MK605 turns your laptop into a desktop, sort of

Posted in Logitech by Conner Flynn on October 14th, 2009

Logitech Notebook Kit MK605 turns your laptop into a desktop, sort ofIf you like to use a laptop for portability, but still prefer to use a mouse at your desk, this one is for you. Logitech’s new Notebook Kit MK605 may be your new best friend. The kit includes a pivoting laptop stand, wireless keyboard and a wireless M505 laser mouse that uses a small USB Receiver that communicates with those peripherals.

So what’s the big deal right? You can buy those on their own. You can, but buying them separately would cost you about $30 more than if you buy this bundle, which will run you $100.

Blue Blood Xbox 360 Controller looks pretty cool

Posted in Xbox 360 by Conner Flynn on October 5th, 2009

Blue Blood Xbox 360 Controller looks pretty coolYou don’t see a blue Xbox 360 controller everyday, now do ya? And surprisingly, it looks pretty sweet in that color. For just $30 you can get this Blue Blood Xbox 360 controller kit from XCM, which includes a blue shell and D-pad with some glowing LED buttons.

It’s a beautiful thing in electric blue. If nothing else, it should impress your friends, who don’t have one. The only problem is that now it won’t match your Xbox 360′s color. Oh well, I think I could live with that.

Nintendo DS Transformers kit

Posted in Nintendo DS by Conner Flynn on June 25th, 2009

Nintendo DS Transformers kitRevenge of the Fallen, the second installment in the Transformers movie franchise, is out this week and there’s no better way to celebrate than by geeking up your DS with these fancy costumes. If you’re into cosplay, maybe you and your DS can match.

The stylus and armor is available in both Bumblebee and Megatron and will cost you $19.99 for both, or $12.99 for either the stylus or the case.

Remote Pet Feeding Camera Kit For Spying On Fido

Posted in Pets by Conner Flynn on June 9th, 2009

Remote Pet Feeding Camera Kit For Spying On FidoIf you can’t bear the thought of leaving your dog home alone, or just like to spy on your pooch, this device is for you. In addition to feeding your own doggy voyeurism, you’ll also be able to feed him remotely thanks to the Remote Pet Feeding Viewing Camera Kit.

As long as you’re connected to an Internet line and have remote access to your home computer, you will be able to watch Fido’s every move and make sure he is well fed with this autofeeder, which features a dishwasher-safe bowl, 24-hour programmable timer and a non-chewable cord.

6 In 1 solar robot kit

Posted in Robots by Conner Flynn on May 28th, 2009

6 In 1 solar robot kitThis 6 in 1 solar kit can be built into a dog, boat, car, plane (static and moving), and even a windmill. Looks like a great way to learn a bit about robotics and solar energy. Only £13.00, which is odd because I don’t think they get much sun in the UK, so not very much play time with this thing.

Still, rain or shine, you get a bunch of variety in one kit. Six robots are better than one. Buy a few kits and soon you’ll have a solar robot army.


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