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Archive for November 18, 2010

Sound Asleep pillow features built-in speakers

Are you a music lover? and you need to listen to some music before you can actually fall asleep? Then Sound Asleep pillow will fit for your problems. This wonderfully squishy pillow has a built-in speakers that can connect to any audio source including iPods, mp3 players, radios and TVs. The built-in speaker pillow sings out its desire to bring peace , if not quiet, to the sleeping masses. Simply plug your music source (iPod, radio, TV out) into the pillow’s. The pillow has a 46 detachable stereo plug and the sound quality coming out of the speaker is fairly decent too. The pillow is otherwise a normal fluffy pillow it relieves your stress and tension, it won’t disturb others. 100% cotton with an all-polyester fill and 180 thread count. Measures 20″ x 26″.

For $30, It’s a fun combination of comfort and sound without headphones so you can easily drift off to sleep while enjoying your favorite music.

Chipchick

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IDAPT i4 is an adapter that can charge up to 4 mobile devices

If you have portable devices like mp3 players, mobile phones, digital cameras, and gaming devices and they are increasing in your home, and unfortunately, almost all of them require a battery of some sort to function. This means you need a lot of free outlets to keep them all work. The latest solution to cross is the IDAPT “innovative adapter”.

IDAPT I4 is an innovative charging solution that can charge up to 4 mobile devices simultaneously and is compatible with over 4,000 mobile electronic devices including the iPhone, iPad, Blackberry, Nintendo DS, PSP, GPS systems, digital cameras, and Bluetooth products.

The IDAPT i4 features an interchangeable tip system making it completely customizable.  It has 3 charging points and an additional USB charging point, allowing users to charge their electronics without the mess of tangled cords or the need for more than one outlet.

It looks like worth the $60 price at the IDAPT.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ohgizmo

 

Affordable iPad Cases with the signature Marc Jacobs Style

Well-known fashion designer Marc Jacobs has released a new case for the iPad. It was only a matter of time before Marc Jacobs threw his hat into the ring and entered the world of iPad cases. Marc has  released silicone cases, sleeves, and even traditional looking cases.

Each Cases cost from $38 to $58 on Neiman Marcus.com

iBlackboard: The Black Board on your iPhone

Nowadays, a lot of new technologies, gadgets, products that has been released, majority of them are cases designed for iPhone’s. The iBlackBoard, which is thankfully just a design concept by KALOMIX LIMITED, falls into that latter category. The Blackboard iPhone case concept, called iBlackboard, is far from practicality because, whatever you write on the case will most likely get rubbed off when you put it in your pocket, or it will likely to be like it has a dust, plus you have to always have a chalk carried around you? And why would and anyone want this if your iPhone’s OS includes a Notepad application by default?. But look at the good side of it, see the benefit of being able to quickly jot down notes without even having to unlock the iPhone, or even being able to sketch your own custom case design.

Is it a good idea to have case like this to jut down easily what you want to write, but you need a chalk to carry around you? or you want to go better with expensive electronics?

What do you think?

 

 

ohgizmo

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