Tag Archives: Star Trek

Star Trek Vulcan Wireless Earbuds Lets You Enjoy Music With Pointy Ears

I know some folks are such a huge fan of Star Trek’s Spock that they’d sport the Vulcan’s pointy ear all-day long. If you are one them, then the Star Trek Vulcan Bluetooth In-ear Headphones from Anovos will be right up your galactic alley. I mean, what’s not to love? Well, for Star Trek/Vulcan/Spock superfans, at least, because you get to enjoy your favorite tunes in private while looking the part of a Vulcan. Pro tip: try to keep a straight face like Spock to complete the look. Continue reading Star Trek Vulcan Wireless Earbuds Lets You Enjoy Music With Pointy Ears

Star Trek TNG Enterprise Bluetooth Speaker Is A Reality Now, Will Coax You To Sleep With Engine Noise Too

I can’t recall if we did feature the supposed sleep-inducing Star Trek TNG Enterprise NCC-1701-D when ThinkGeek dished it out as an April’s Fool prank. Anywho, its OK that we never did because, what once was an April’s Fool joke is now a reality. Not that, it is also a Bluetooth speaker now. So, Trekkies rejoice cos’ the Star Trek TNG Enterprise NCC-1701-D Bluetooth Speaker is a thing, fresh out of our favorite (and not affiliated) geek store, ThinkGeek. This officially licensed product is a replica of the majestic Galaxy-class NCC-1701-D straight out of the Star Wars: The Next Generation series and features an array of spaceship-requisite LEDs and sound effects, and a featured ‘teased’ a few years ago, an engine noise emulator to coax you to sleep. Continue reading Star Trek TNG Enterprise Bluetooth Speaker Is A Reality Now, Will Coax You To Sleep With Engine Noise Too

With Star Trek BORG Cube PC, Your Assimilation With PC Will Be Complete

Fans of Star Trek will be familiar with the recurring antagonist, an alien group known as Borg. The Borg you see here is not as sinister as the alien beings who forcefully make their captives assimilate. In fact, I think it is the opposite. However, if using a computer for work and entertainment, including gaming, are viewed as sins, then The Borg Cube PC might very well be evil. But who the hell cares? Seriously, a PC in the likeness of the Borg cube? Well, I’d say shut up and take my money! There are two versions of The Borg Cube PC: a 6-inch cube (herein known as The Borg Micro Cube) designed for productivity and entertainment (you know, surfing the Internet, watching movies and whatnot) and a larger 12-inch version (known as The Borg VR Cube) rigged for gaming. Continue reading With Star Trek BORG Cube PC, Your Assimilation With PC Will Be Complete

Star Trek Shuttlecraft Car Is A Minivan Mod That Makes Sense

Modding minivan, AKA MPV, is borderline waste of time (OK. IT IS a waste of time). I mean, seriously, what can one get out of it? Speed? With so many people in it? However, if you are thinking of turning a minivan into a BatVan, or a Goddard, a Federation Type 6 Shuttlecraft straight out of Star Trek: The Next Generation you see here, then that’s a different story. In fact, if you are hell bent of making a statement with your mundane van, those are the only two mods you should consider. Period. The Star Trek Shuttlecraft Car was from a few years ago (as far back as 2014). Continue reading Star Trek Shuttlecraft Car Is A Minivan Mod That Makes Sense

Take Your Smartphone Charging To Warp Speed With The Star Trek: The Next Generation Warp Core Usb Car Charger

Take your smartphone charging to warp speed with the Star Trek: The Next Generation Warp Core USB Car Charger. While this little guy here may not get your 500 dollar rundown Mazda station wagon into warp speed like it did for the USS Enterprise, it will, however, top up your USB-powered mobile gadgets with the much needed electrons swiftly. It comes with dual USB ports, each pumping out 2.1A which should be more than ample to charge two tablets simultaneously. And oh, it produces a maximum output of 4,000 terdynes per second, or maybe not. Continue reading Take Your Smartphone Charging To Warp Speed With The Star Trek: The Next Generation Warp Core Usb Car Charger

Awesome Star Trek Enterprise Rocker Up The Realism With Federation Gray

Remember the awesome Star Trek Enterprise children’s rocking toy? Well, if the natural wood finish did not quite convince junior that he/she is at the helm of one of the best star fleet there’s in the universe (fictional one, of course), then perhaps, this latest iteration with a lot more detailing and in a fresh coat of Federation Gray should bump up the realism by a few notches. As before, each rocker is individually handcrafted entirely out of wood and boast features like propulsion units, the iconic flying saucer main hull and the sensor dish-equipped secondary hull which also happens to be prestigious commander’s throne. The starship, wait, I mean the rocker, is designed for kids as young as an infant (as long as they can sit up and grasp the handles) up to five years of age. Continue reading Awesome Star Trek Enterprise Rocker Up The Realism With Federation Gray

You Can Now Talk To Amazon Echo Like Talking To The Star Trek Computer

Trekkies, you have made your home over-the-top Star Trek-ish with automatic sliding doors, TNG uniform bedding set, USS Enterprise WiFi router, appropriate Star Trek TOS bookends for your Star Trek literatures, Borg fridge, Phaser replica remote control and whatnot, but it will never be complete without you barking out ‘computer’ and have your very own USS Enterprise Starship, AKA your home, ‘onboard computer’ do your bidding. Well, actually, now you can – thanks to Amazon Echo which now includes this iconic word as its wake word to rouse Alexa from her sleep to do your biddings. Hook up Alexa to your smart home and you got your own starship at home. Continue reading You Can Now Talk To Amazon Echo Like Talking To The Star Trek Computer

Star Trek Enterprise 3D Deco Lamp Puts Realistic ‘Hologram’ In Your Home

Sci-fi books and films have opened our eyes to many drool worthy future tech. Sadly, not every one of those fantasy tech becomes a reality. Hologram is one of them. The hologram here we are referring to is real projection of a 3D object in wireframe or similar, not the sticker kind of hologram you in toys, or those projected inside a glass block. Star Trek Automated Repair Station, for example, had one and now, even though consumer hologram isn’t available to you, you can have one in your room, on your bedside table too. And the object that will replicate the hologram projection look is this Disco Star Trek USS Enterprise 3D Deco Lamp. Continue reading Star Trek Enterprise 3D Deco Lamp Puts Realistic ‘Hologram’ In Your Home

Star Trek Enterprise Rocker Lets Kids Rock Where No Kids Has Rock Before

Look at the Star Trek Enterprise and what do you see the shape can turn into? Not sure? Well, as it turns out, it makes for a rather awesome children’s rocking toy – as proven by this Star Trek Enterprise Rocker made by San Diego-based G and G Rockers. The rocker is crafted entirely out of wood and features the propulsion units (non-functional, of course), the iconic flying saucer main hull and the sensor dish equipped secondary hull which also serves as the seat of the rocker. Designed to be commanded by aspiring Star Fleet captain of ages 4-5, this handcrafted Star Trek Enterprise Rocker is a fitting sit-on toy for any serious trekkies’ offsprings. Continue reading Star Trek Enterprise Rocker Lets Kids Rock Where No Kids Has Rock Before

This Star Trek TNG ComBadge Lets You Tap To Answer/End Calls (And More)

Forget about those Star Trek ComBadge replicas. The Star Trek TNG Bluetooth ComBadge is the Star Trek ComBadge you want. Why? Because it is not some dumb replica that merely looks good; it is one that works like the real deal. Paired it to your smartphone and you will be communicating like the Star Fleet crew. It even has the requisite chirp too, you know, for authenticity sake. Bluetooth technology and a built-in microphone affords communication with a touch. Continue reading This Star Trek TNG ComBadge Lets You Tap To Answer/End Calls (And More)