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Oregon Scientific Maranello Ferrari Speedometer Line Projection Clock

Posted in Oregon Scientific by Conner Flynn on September 14th, 2010

Make your room all vroom vroom with the Oregon Scientific FSP301A-K Maranello Ferrari Speedometer Line Projection Clock. It features an eye-safe LED projector that will rotate 180 degrees with focus adjustment. It will also deliver the weather forecast with weather icons and the time can be set by synchronizing the clock and calendar to the official U.S. atomic clock via radio frequency broadcast.

The alarm sound is also selectable between a Ferrari racing engine sound or a standard beep alarm. Sadly no peeling out sound. The Oregon Scientific Maranello Ferrari Speedometer Line Projection Clock will cost you $154.99.

Oregon Scientific Heart Rate Monitor with Hydration Alert

Posted in Exercise Gadgets by Conner Flynn on August 15th, 2010

If you’re looking to keep tabs on your heart rate, then the Oregon Scientific SH201 is a wearable device for you. It tracks your projected fluid loss and alerts you to hydrate in order to get an optimal workout. So it tells you when you need to drink.

The device also measures calorie and percentage of fat burned/fitness and body mass index. It has three exercise profiles: jogging, running or cycling.

Oregon Scientific ATC9K HD Action Camera delivers 1080p underwater

Posted in Oregon Scientific by Conner Flynn on July 6th, 2010

The latest 1080p action cam comes from Oregon Scientific. The ATC9K Action Camera will do 1080p video, five megapixel photos, is waterproof to 20 meters, comes with an IR remote, and also has an integrated G meter.

GPS is an option too, so you can mark your adventures on Google Maps, Sadly, there’s no mention of price, but it is set to start shipping in just a few days.

Oregon Scientific Magic Weather Forecaster

Posted in Oregon Scientific by Conner Flynn on February 10th, 2010

The Magic Weather Forecaster from Oregon Scientific is perfect if you need to know what’s going on with the weather. The gadget features weather icons built into see through glass, making it look a tad different. The Magic Weather Forecaster also displays the current time, ambient temperature and of course weather reports on its LCD screen.

The device has a light sensor that automatically adjusts the screen’s brightness so you can always see it no matter the lighting. The Oregon Scientific Magic Weather Forecaster will cost you $204.

CES 2010: Oregon Scientific outs i.wakeup Sunrise Clock, appliance managers

Posted in Oregon Scientific by Conner Flynn on January 5th, 2010

As usual Oregon Scientific has outed some new products at this years CES. First there’s the $129.99 i.wakeup Sunrise Clock arriving in February, that simulates dawn’s early light. More specifically it uses “gentle light to help users wake up naturally without the usual disturbing sounds of a blaring alarm.”

The company is also introducing two new Appliance Managers. One is an advanced wireless version for $79.99 to help users keep an eye on how much energy up to eight appliances are using. The second is an individual version for $29.99 that keeps track of just one.

Oregon Scientific USB hub and World Travel Clock

Posted in Clocks by Conner Flynn on August 19th, 2009

Oregon Scientific USB hub and World Travel ClockHere’s a device that is very useful to world travelers. With the Oregon Scientific USB Hub and World Travel Clock, you’ll always know what time it is. You’ll also always have some spare USB ports. You can set an alarm on the inverted LCD display and get the time in 25 different cities.

The USB hub provides a series of 4 USB ports that you can use when connected to a PC or laptop. If this soothes your travel weary bones, it will cost you just $29.99.

Oregon Scientific Photo-Touch Phone with 7″ LCD Display

Posted in Oregon Scientific by Conner Flynn on June 17th, 2009

Oregon Scientific Photo-Touch Phone with 7″ LCD DisplayThe Photo-Touch Phone from Oregon Scientific is pretty stylish and sleek, sporting a 7″ LCD display. It offers DECT 6.0 technology with a touch sensing keypad that you can store up to 200 photos using SD,XD,MMC,MS cards. The device has a “Picture in Picture” feature with caller ID, speaker phone with auto answer function, 10 melody ring tones, ability to store 50 phone numbers, 10 redial logs and 30 caller ID logs.

Sadly it looks like it will only be available in Hong King. At least for now. The price is HK$1,798.00 or $231.99. If anything can help save landlines, it may as well be this.

Batman Learning laptop, for when you mate with Catwoman

Posted in Notebooks by Conner Flynn on August 10th, 2008

Batman Learning laptop, for when you mate with Catwoman
Here’s an interesting laptop to get your child if you’ve recently spawned a next generation hero by getting it on with Catwoman or some other costumed freak. Or if your kid is named Robin and you dress him up in a tiny costume maybe. Oregon Scientific is making sure they get a slice of the Dark Knight pie, by offering your children this laptop sprouting bat wings. When closed it looks like Batman’s chest. Or as your child would say, “It look like dada” just before you leave for the next Comic Book convention.

C’mon people, even the kids in Gotham don’t sport Bat laptops. It’s known as the Batman Powerwing Laptop and runs on 3 x AA batteries for $89.99. If any of you adult geeks without kids get this thing for yourself, I suggest you don’t brag about it. For the rest of you, make sure that you let your kids play with it too.

Weather Forecasting watch from Oregon Scientific

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on June 24th, 2008

Weather Forecasting watch from Oregon Scientific
The Meteo Watch from Oregon Scientific will have the weather on your wrist whenever you need it. Unlike others, it doesn’t download weather from the air-waves, instead, it measures barometric pressure trends. This gives it a fairly accurate forecast for 12 to 24 hours in the future. And it’s not totally ugly either.

It’s got a reverse LCD display that displays one of 4 icons that include sunny, partly cloudy, cloudy and rainy. It also has a stopwatch function that goes up to 60 hours should you need one. Aside from that, there’s the typical calendar, alarm, and backlight, plus it’s water resistant up to 30 meters. You can get one for $69.99.

Oregon Scientific preps new action cameras

Posted in Cameras by Nino Marchetti on June 5th, 2008

Oregon Scientific ATC3K

Oregon Scientific is set to debut the next generation of its popular hands-free, waterproof action cameras for the YouTube crowd. You’ll find the new ATC3K and ATC5K pricing at around $150 and $200, respectively.

These new action cameras, like previous Oregon Scientific ones, are designed to strap on to just about anything so you can record your crazy outdoor ventures in .avi format. They are waterproof up to 10 feet, record VGA at 30fps and support SD memory cards for memory storage.