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OpenOfficeMouse has 18 Buttons

Posted in Mouse by Conner Flynn on November 9th, 2009

OpenOfficeMouse has a 18 ButtonsIf your current mouse is just too simple for you and you feel that you need a ton of buttons, why not try this one? The OpenOfficeMouse puts a whopping 18 buttons on a single mouse, blowing the normal button to mouse ratio all to hell.

All 18 buttons are programmable, so you can put whatever functions you want on them. The problem is that there are so many buttons you won’t remember which does what. But if you need a mouse that also looks like a calculator, this baby will cost you $75.

Sharkoon Rush FireGlider: The flame-painted hot rod of gaming mice

Posted in Mouse by Conner Flynn on March 10th, 2009

Sharkoon Rush FireGlider: The flame-painted hot rod of gaming miceWeight-adjustable mice are nothing new, they just tend to get ignored. Sharkoon(The company that can’t decide if it’s a shark or a raccoon) is hoping that a fiery exterior will get your attention. It not only has the flame motiff, but the slug chamber looks like the chamber in a gun. Probably symbolic of you biting the bullet and actually buying one.

So to summarize, the Rush FireGlider has flames, a no-slip grip, a half dozen programmable buttons, maximum resolution of 3,600 DPI, Teflon feet for superior gliding and an internal tuning system to adjust its weight from 118 to 135 grams. Oh yeah and the bullet chamber thing.

Light switches finally get sexy

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on February 18th, 2009

Revio programmable light switchesThese Revio programmable light switches by FirstHand Design are simply awesome. They allow light switches to finally show a sexy side. The panel boasts eight program buttons, power button, dim/bright control, infrared receiver, program from iCAN network, flash memory, panel ‘clean’ switch and more.

It’s possible to have all kinds of configurations and re-programming for light settings. You could also have your choice of icons and text languages included in the design. Plus it’s easy to clean. It’s a great design whose time has come.

New vent controlling device saves you money

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on December 29th, 2008

New vent controlling device saves you moneyHaving central heating is easy and convenient, but not very cost effective. For one thing, you’re heating rooms that are not in use. Most homes do not need every single room to be the same temperature. hat’s where this device comes in handy. The Vent-Miser Programmable Energy Saving Vent saves you money by controlling individual room temperature.

Just program the temperature you would like the room to be and Vent Miser will allow or restrict airflow to keep that specific room at the desired temperature. These electronic vents replace the vents you already have to help regulate airflow, rather then replace your current heating or cooling system.

Programmable scrolling LED belt buckle thing

Posted in Apparel by Conner Flynn on October 20th, 2008

Programmable scrolling LED belt buckle thingThese days you want a unique way to display important messages. Something quiet but easily seen. The programmable scrolly LED badge is just the thing. It’s a pocket-sized gadget that goes with you anywhere. You can store up to 6 messages, one of which can have up tp 512 characters and the rest can have up to 256 characters.

That should be more then enough capacity to tell those around you anything you want. I would recommend sitting in the front of a crowded movie theater and letting those behind you know just what you think about the steaming pile on the screen. As you can see from the picture, it’s a belt buckle too.

Programmable tattoos that change with your mood

Posted in Concepts by Conner Flynn on April 9th, 2008

Programmable tattoos that change with your mood
Scientists at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute have been focusing on programmable tattoos for some reason and they’ve really taken the concept to whole new levels. The idea is to use hair-sized nanotubes embedded in the skin that would display an image of your choice. The image stays even after you turn off the power. I’m not sure if you can turn it off at need.

The Rensselaer eggheads see this as a social communication tool. If you are pissed off, it might display something appropriate, like a storm, which lets people know to stay away. On the other hand, if you are feeling great, it could display something appropriate for that as well. And what about all of you who write reminders on your palm? If the nanotubes are embedded in your hand, they could replace that ink and be more reliable. Seems pretty promising.