Monday, 9 May 2011


Transform your car into the V8 muscle car you have always dreamed of owning with the SoundRacer, plug the SoundRacer into your cars DC adapter (cigarette liter) hit the gas and it transmits a V8 super car sound through your cars audio system. OK so you may not get the performance of a super car but with a bit of an imagination it sure will sound like you are driving one... They retail for about $39.95

Wednesday, 13 April 2011

I-MU Vibro speaker


I-MU Vibro

Stick it on your desk, fridge, car bonnet, or pretty much whatever, and they will turn the surface into a high quality audio speaker (Output power: 30w).

The main component is a tiny piece of a material called Terfenol-D, which was originally used by the US Navy for sonar work. The Terfenol is placed within an aluminium case and a coil wrapped round it. When electricity is passed through the coil the Terfenol expands slightly creating a massive force of 400 pounds – when its attached to a flat surface it transmits electronic signals into mechanical energy causing the flat surface to vibrate and broadcasts the sound. The I-MU Vibro speaker costs about $100

Thursday, 31 March 2011

Seabreacher X

The Seabreacher X is an extreme submersible watercraft. It is equiped with a 260hp supercharged engine, propelling the vessel to a top speed of 50mph. It is capible of high speed dives and launching clear out of the water. The new fully vectored thrust system mimic the tail articulation of real aquatic animals like sharks and dolphins. The custom tuned exhaust system also gives the vessel a more throaty growl as it tears across the surface.
Some other high tech features: a snorkel mounted video camera transmits live video to LCD screens for the pilot and passenger during dives, GPS navigation, and on board stereo system with iPod docking surface. Starting price is around $65000

Tuesday, 15 March 2011

Personal Helicopter From Japan

 Manufactured in Japan the GEN H-4 is the world's smallest co-axial helicopter. This ultra-light aircraft weighs only 155 lbs (70kg),  reaches a maximum speed of 55 mph (88 km/h). Japans GEN H-4 is powered by four twin cylinder engines feeding into a central transmission, with two sets of rotors turning in opposite directions. .This one-man helicopter was designed by the President of Engineering System Co. Japan, Mr. Gennai Yanagisawa. It is currently being manufactured and sold in a kit form in Japan, for a price of approximately $30,000 per kit. 

Pop Art Toaster

Have some fun during breakfast time with the pop art toaster, it comes in a 1950′s inspired design, plastic finish with chrome accents for that added touch of class. Of course, breakfast will never be the same ever again with this, since you will be able to include inserts burns of “Bite Me” or “Ugh…” coupled with a frownie on your morning toast.
It will definitely introduce a whole new way of eating breakfast for you and the your family. It can be purchased from for $44.99 

Muvi Atom - Worlds Smallest Camcorder!!!!


The Muvi Atom's tiny size does not compromise quality, recording at 640x480 at 30 FPS using Frame Rate Enhancement technology. The Atom also introduces the ability to take photo snapshots at 1280x960 and comes bundled with the 2GB micro SD card and sports mounting kit.
It comes with additional strap and clip attachments, making the device fast in a variety of positions.
One user report claims an Atom had been run over by a 4x4 and yet survived with minor scratches, to record again.
The Atom comes with a 2GB micro SD card and supports up to 16GB.
There’s no LCD display so all information is conveyed with just two tiny LED status indicators – red for standby or USB connectivity and green for media capture or memory card activity. Buttons on the side handle power, voice actuation, video and still image capture.