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Power Hub keeps cables neat and tidy

Posted in Power Strips by Conner Flynn on January 31st, 2011

Power cables suck. It’s a simple fact. But they are necessary. So how do you keep them from getting all tangled up and looking like a mess? Well, one way is by using the Power Hub. It’s an under-the-desk plug point housing which ensures that all cables remain together, while letting you roll up the excess cable.

It has three openings on top where you can direct your cords neatly to your power strip. Also three integrated chord anchors will wrap and hide all the excess cabling. It is compact so it can be placed anywhere you want. If interest is high enough, the Power Hub will be manufactured and cost just $23.95.

Tokyoflash Wavelength watch

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on July 15th, 2010

Tokyoflash has unveiled their latest timepiece called the Wavelength. This one looks a bit out of character for the company, but still pretty neat. It features an always on LCD display and user selectable LED backlighting.

As usual, telling time with this watch is a bit confusing. The hour is displayed in digits in negative space in the center of the display, while minutes are shown as the ring of blocks surrounding the digits. The first rotation of minutes in positive blocks to 30 minutes, then the second rotation in negative blocks to 60.

The LEGO Brick backpack holds schoolbooks, LEGOS

Posted in Apparel by Conner Flynn on September 1st, 2008

The LEGO Brick backpack holds schoolbooks, LEGOSThe time is now for a LEGO backpack my fellow geeks. What with back to school and all. Obviously it’s awesome because it looks like a LEGO brick, but just think, it not only will carry your schoolbooks, but you can also fill it up with LEGOS so you can easily transport all your bricks and build something cool wherever you go.

I know what you’re thinking. Won’t I look uncool? Won’t I get beat up if I wear that? You just might and that’s not my problem. But I figure if you’ve got nerd nads enough to buy this thing, you probably have no problem wearing it whatever the consequences. Each of the little “brick nipples”(Hey, what do you call them?) is an individual zippered storage compartment, so it’s got plenty of storage.

Belkin USB hub fills your desk hole

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on March 11th, 2008

Belkin USB hub
Every now and then you come across a design that is absolutely brilliant. Like this Belkin USB hub that fits in the grommet hole on your computer desk. I always knew that hole was good for something, besides making objects disappear never to be seen again.

Combine that hole with something you can never have enough of, like USB ports, and what you’ve got is gadget gold. The 3″ grommet hub has 4 raised USB ports with openings on each side for hiding cables, and if your hole is smaller,(This all sounds really wrong…) you may need the 2″ version. Simple and brilliant.

Got wood? The Jupiter mouse

Posted in Mouse by Conner Flynn on March 8th, 2008

Got wood? The Jupiter mouse
If the typical plastic mouse isn’t doing it for you, why not get some wood? It’s called the Jupiter Mouse because it’s wood-grain swirls resemble the gas giant and the famous red spot. How it actually works is different from the typical mouse as well.

It has built-in tilt sensors, so when you tilt it right, the mouse pointer moves right and when you tilt it left it will do likewise. The mouse pointer speed can also be controlled according to the tilt. You can get yourself in on this wooden mouse action for just shy of $140.