Mesmerizing Levitating Cube Will Provide Your Home with a Strangely Alluring Space Age Light Show

Reinforce your geeky image with the Magic Cube, a levitating laser-lighted prisms that uses a combination of magnetic levitation, prism cube(s) and laser light to create a mesmerizing lighted display piece. A creation by persistent inventor Dale Rorabaugh, who seems to be constantly bursting with ideas, the Magic Cube consists of a cube enclosure crafted from extruded aircraft-grade aluminum made even more awesome by machine-age brushed finish, topped off with a mirrored acrylic surface. Also included in the system is a hover disc that has a payload of up 300g (10.58 oz) and a prism cube. The latter is the object that’s responsible for the mesmerizing light effect casted on it from a solid-state green laser embedded in the Magic Cube. Continue reading Mesmerizing Levitating Cube Will Provide Your Home with a Strangely Alluring Space Age Light Show

This Kitchen Gadget Will Turn Any Food into Caviar or Pearls

If you live in mansion that requires intercom to reach out to another person in the same household, then caviar consumption could be a regular affair for you, but for everyone else, who can’t afford this much sought after delicacy of sturgeon roe on daily basis, Montreal-based maker of seaweed-based caviar, Kelp Caviar, has a brilliant gadget called Imperial Spherificator that will let you enjoy ‘caviar’ on daily basis without busting your bank vault. The product name may not be so obvious on what it does, but then again, there isn’t one like it in the market to begin with. Continue reading This Kitchen Gadget Will Turn Any Food into Caviar or Pearls

If You Love the Beauty of Colorado’s “14ers,” Then You Will Appreciate Peak Playing Cards’ Beauty Too

You don’t need to be a playing cards collector to appreciate the beauty of Colorado’s fifty-three “14ers,” which are mountains that peaks at 14,000 feet or higher. And similarly, you don’t need to be mountain lover or advocate to appreciate the beauty of Peak Playing Cards. The beauty about these cards is, they won’t be assaulting your eyes with colorful, high-resolution images which can easily find on the Internet. Instead, these majestic mountains are presented as illustration, with the back featuring the summit of the a mountain peeking through the clouds and bathed in rays of sun, or shining stars. Having said that, the deck is available in a choice of Day Deck or Night Deck, which explains the sun rays or shining stars that you will be getting. Continue reading If You Love the Beauty of Colorado’s “14ers,” Then You Will Appreciate Peak Playing Cards’ Beauty Too

Chronologia Trigalight Dive Watch Could Be The Best Bang for the Buck Dive Watch Ever [Review]

Unless you are a pro diver who dives really deep, then we suppose a pro dive watch is out of the question. Not everyone can afford a dive watch that cost thousands, much less one that cost tens of thousands. This is where Chronologia, a startup watchmaker, comes in. The outfit wants average folks to own one such watches without breaking the bank while being a trusty companion to their everyday active lifestyle, be it working out, running, swimming, or scuba diving, day or night. But will Chronologia Trigalight Dive Watch lives up to its promises? We will find out as we dive into the details of the product sitting right here on our desk. Continue reading Chronologia Trigalight Dive Watch Could Be The Best Bang for the Buck Dive Watch Ever [Review]

Is Galaxy A8 a Sign of Samsung is Getting Serious with Product Design?

There’s no doubt that Samsung is among the top handset makers. Though so, most people will agree that their design leaves a lot to be desired. However, last year, the company broke new ground (their ground, that is) by incorporating more premium materials into the Galaxy Alpha and continues to do the same for the current flagships, Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge, and more recently the Galaxy Tab S2. The good news is, the company isn’t stopping at flagships or premium devices, the same design language has been carried over to the Galaxy A8, which was launched in China a couple of weeks ago and more recently, made official in South Korea. Continue reading Is Galaxy A8 a Sign of Samsung is Getting Serious with Product Design?

Look. Samsung Also Has its Own Android-powered Flip Phone Too

We knew it! Samsung will not just sit and watch its rival rolls out an awesome Android-flavored flip phone that everybody wants. No way that’s going to happen and so, this other South Korean electronics juggernaut is quick to introduce its own Android clamshell handset which it calls Galaxy Folder. A very apt name, isn’t it? As you know, the phone folds. If folding phone users have any care about specs, they’d be glad that Folder is a little ‘sexier’ on the spec-sheet, which includes a larger 3.8-inch touch display with 480 by 800 resolution, double the RAM at 2GB, a more capable 8MP rear-facing camera, and a larger, removable battery rated at 1,800 mAh. Continue reading Look. Samsung Also Has its Own Android-powered Flip Phone Too

Bomber Firestarter Paracord Bracelet and Paracord Keychain

A lighter is an essential item when heading into the wild, but in case you are not comfortable with carrying a mini fuel tank around, perhaps the good’ol flint and steel combination may be the way to go. More so, if the said flint and steel comes with a survival paracord braided into a convenient to carry and uber stylish bracelet or keychain, like Bomber Barrel’s Firestarter Paracord Bracelet and Keychain with Carabiner. The Firestarter Paracord Bracelet’s flint and steel also serves as the bracelet’s ‘clasp’, which is actually a pretty clever idea, while the cord itself is of emergency paracord offering 550 pound strength over its 3 meter length. Continue reading Bomber Firestarter Paracord Bracelet and Paracord Keychain

This Spherical Gadget Will Bless Your Computer with Wireless AC Speeds

If you aren’t keeping up with today’s HD contents due to poor wireless speeds on your computer, then perhaps the D-Link AC1900 Ultra WiFi USB Adapter (model: DWA-192) is what you need to upgrade your computer to the latest generation wireless AC speeds and looking good while doing so (just look at the sleek spherical design!). Having a wireless AC router is useless unless your device supports it and with the AC1900, it promised to “fully utilize the power and speed of your wireless AC network,” providing speed that’s three times faster than wireless N. Continue reading This Spherical Gadget Will Bless Your Computer with Wireless AC Speeds

In Near Future, We Could Be Walking and Driving on Plastic Roads

According to a song, “life in plastic, is fantastic” (know which song it is?), well, I guess that might be true soon, but not as a Barbie doll. Rather, it is the roads that our cars rolled on that could be plastic instead of the regular, environmentally unfriendly asphalt. That’s if VolkerWessels has their way. The Dutch construction company is exploring using recycled plastic bottles to create hollow plastic road. The plastic roads not only will save landfills from being piled with plastic wastes, but they are also resistant to corrosion and weather, can deal with extreme temperatures, and can last three times longer than its asphalt counterpart. All these will result in lesser road maintenance, which is often the culprit of traffic jams and detours that adds to the travelling time. Continue reading In Near Future, We Could Be Walking and Driving on Plastic Roads

DELL’s First Ruggedized Tablet is Built for “Harsh Environments”

Clearly, ruggedized gadgets aren’t meant for regular consumers. They are mainly geared at people who expects a lot of bad things to happen to the gadget, such as places like construction site, around some glacier and the likes. If you happen to be in the said places, or anywhere that may expose your tablet to dire situations, then DELL’s first fully rugged tablet, Latitude 12, may be a welcoming proposition and one that’s looking rather neat. It is built to withstand harsh environments by resisting water spills, sand and dust, sustain drops from over four feet, and operating in extreme temperatures of between -20 and 145 degrees Fahrenheit. Continue reading DELL’s First Ruggedized Tablet is Built for “Harsh Environments”

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