Robot Legs Are Air-Driven and Kind of Creepy
Posted on September 29, 2007 at 12:43 pm (PST)
Card Reader & Tote
Posted on September 25, 2007 at 8:24 am (PST) |
Do you have too many cards and related card readers? Here is a solution that may work. Ok, it looks a bit big, but factor in that this is also a storage item and a reader that you plug into your computer via USB. If you are into digital photography as I am, this could be an answer to a prayer. And for $22 – a good idea!
Planar Systems has introduced its transparent and segment electroluminescent (EL) displays. The TASEL technology removes constraints imposed by flat, rectangular, non-transparent displays.
â€œOur innovative electroluminescent technology enables glass displays to be curved into different shapes and configurations, opening up markets with new OEM customers,â€ said Doug Barnes, general manager and vice president of the industrial business unit, Planar Systems. â€œProduct designers seem read more
China’s Jinxing Digital MP4 Player not only plays MPEG-4 files at 320Ã—240 pixels, 30fps, and comes with software thatâ€™ll convert your non-compatible videos, but also sports a built-in 2MP camera that can swivel 180 degrees.
The "made-in-China" product only has 5 hours of continuous battery life, and it is unclear if the product will ever hit the US market.