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Maxell Unveils Tabletop Soundbar

Posted in Speakers by Conner Flynn on July 7th, 2011

Maxell has introduced the SSB-1 soundbar speaker, which has 30 watts of power and a built-in subwoofer. This one requires no mounting or installation and is designed to support a TV or monitor up to 55 pounds. Just park your set on it and you are good to go. Finally, a soundbar speaker that will be out of your way!

Features include a high-gloss-black finish, two 3.5mm aux jacks, a remote control, a 3.5mm-to-3.5mm cable and a 3.5mm-to-RCA cable. It has a $129 price tag.

Grace Digital Tabletop Pandora Radio

Posted in Radio by Conner Flynn on October 27th, 2010

Grace Digital has announced its GDI-IR2550p. It’s capable of streaming music directly from your Pandora stations. Other radios can already do that, but this one allows you to use thumbs up/down, bookmarking, as well as play and pause features from the front panel or on the remote.

If you own an iPhone or iPod touch, you can use the device as a remote. Plus you have access to over 50,000 radio stations, podcasts and on-demand content including NPR on-demand, FOX News, CNN, BBC and Sirius Premium Internet radio.

MacGregor Multisport Tabletop Electric Scoreboard

Posted in Sports by Conner Flynn on January 31st, 2010

Do you play a lot of games at home, but don’t have a way to keep score? This McGregor Multisport Tabletop Scoreboard will keep score for you. Whether you are thumb-wrestling, playing wastebasket Basketball, or the real thing, you can now keep score.

It even lets you count fouls, shows who gets the next possession on a jump ball, and of course keeps score and times the whole game. Add another $48 and you get a remote. Only $333. Keeping score in your head is much cheaper.

Space Invaders retro tabletop bank now available in the US

Posted in Games by Conner Flynn on April 3rd, 2009

Space Invaders retro tabletop game bankYou might remember the awesome Space Invaders Game Bank that we featured a while back. At that time it was only available in Japan. Good news, now there is a version that you can get in the US and Europe, although we’re not sure if it takes currency other than Yen.

To refresh your memory, when last we left it, this bank was accepting up to 80 100 yen coins, and each time you drop a coin in, another invader lights up. So, you are playing the game in reverse. It pays to have more invaders on screen.

Space Invaders retro tabletop game bank

Posted in Games by Conner Flynn on January 15th, 2009

Space Invaders retro tabletop game bankThe Japanese love banks. Like us, they also love them some Space Invaders. This latest offering from Takara Tomy may look like an actual sized tabletop Space Invaders game, but it’s really a miniature replica bank. It’s a unique take on the whole bank concept. It features an LCD screen that unfortunately is not playable, but acts as coin counter.

It will take up to 80 100 yen coins, and each time you drop a coin in, another invader lights up. So, basically you are playing the game in reverse. In this case, it pays to have more invaders on screen. It makes saving money not only fun, but retro and geeky at the same time. It will help you save up for those Space Invaders headphones or that Space Invaders Keyboard you’ve been wanting.