Want to wake up to something different each morning? Why not try the Police Scanner Alarm Clock from Hammacher Schlemmer. It is a basic alarm clock that syncs its time with a signal from the National Institute of Standards and Time for immaculate timekeeping. It comes with AM & FM radio, VHF TV, as well as NOAA's weather stations. The Police Scanner Alarm Clock can also scan 300 channels, providing access to amateur radio, aircraft chatter, traffic info, weather reports, and police channels to jolt you awake with depressing news of break-ins, murders, and other crimes in the city. I personally prefer to wake up to a bunch of good news instead.
The Koyono BlackCoat jacket was designed with iPod compatibility in mind - it comes with special pockets for gadgets, an iPod, and ElekTex fabric control pads to control your music. This puts the BlackCoat in the same class like ScotteVest. There are 4 versions - the BlackCoat Sport ($299), BlackCoat Work ($245), BlackCoat Work Premier Edition ($275), and the BlackCoat Surf Edition ($199). Both Sport and Work Premier Edition are waterproof, while the Work and Surf Edition use water repellant technology. Of course, there are other solutions in the market within the similar price range. Check out our Kenpo jacket review as an alternative.
If you're one who is into funky home ideas, the FUNKit DJ from KNG America is the perfect iPod cradle and speaker system for you. This robotic-looking DJ shines LED lights and simulates an authentic turntable experience, scratches and all. Occasionally, he surprises spectators enthralled with his performance with zany phrases like "Here's another FUNKit exclusive..." and "Drop the Beat!". You will be able to find the FUNKit DJ in stores nationwide this fall for $99.
Beloved John, there's something... something you don't know about me. I... love... rare earth magnets. I adore them. I have dozens of them affixed to a pair of salvaged magnetic boards behind me. I love the sensuous pull when they're close to steel. I love the click they make when they contact. And most of all I love what happens when they finally cling together so satisfactorily - the palpable effort required to prise them apart.
Have you ever wished that light switch in your flat was, say, over by the door, instead of in the back of the closet? Struggle no more! Get the wireless on/off switch by Tobias Wong and you can put it wherever you like, up to 100 feet away from the light fixture of your choice once you "simply attach the remote component." Comes in a sleek little Lucite box with a magnetic lid. $120 from uncommongoods.com.
So now that you've learned to convert almost everything into the digital format and are able to carry it around with you where ever you go conveniently stored on your iPod, you'll want to be able to share and access these things too. With the Xitel Hi-Fi Link for iPod Dock Cradle you get a neat little, out of the way package which connects your iPod to your home stereo and TV. It uses the iPod's dock connection so gives you the best quality sound as oppossed to just using the headphone jack. This unit also comes with a remote control so you can enjoy that 10,000 song collection you've legally collected all from the comfort of your favourite lounge chair. The Hi-Fi link also comes with five different dock adapters so suit the iPod you may have, whether it's the 3G, 4G (iPod Photo), 5G (video iPod), Mini or Nano.
Features of the Xitel Hi-Fi Link for iPod Dock Cradle:
- High Fidelity
- Remote Control
- Charges iPod
- TruBass technology
- Video Output to TV
- Compatible with 3G, 4G, 5G, Mini & Nano iPods
Order your Xitel Hi-Fi Link for iPod Dock Cradle here at Mr.Gadget Australia today!
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Sanyo has launched a quartet of DLP projectors that utilize the 2K technology, and they are the LP-HD2000 (2048 x 1080), the LP-WP80 (1366 x 768), the LP-XF46 (1024 x 768) and the LP-XP57 (1024 x 768). As with all releases, the attention is focused on the high-end model. The LP-HD2000 is HD-ready with 1080i and boasts a ratio of 1000:1 for 7000 lumens. It is interesting to note that the LP-HD2000's 2048 x 1080 resolution is higher than True HD at 1920 x 1080. The price is a killer at $134,000.00, making it out of reach for the average Joe.