Paperclip Head Phone Set

Normally we wouldn’t be getting too excited by headphones, but these are in the style of a giant paper clip and so that makes them a little bit interesting at least. The design is cool because it keeps everything together and the paper clip allows the user to fix them to clothing etc. However, we are little concerned at the price, £110 seems to be a little steep!

These are the details for the cool looking and useful Paperclip style headphone set;

The paperclip headset you smart enough to solve the common headphone cable fixed storage troubled, to ensure smooth listening experience not drop shot! Headphones and a paper device can attach the collar, jacket pocket or bag strap, neat fixed easily shake or headphone cord knotted and buried wire movable according to different wear ride conditions, adjust the appropriate level of the position.


This paperclip style headset is not cheap, according to the conversion rates it turns out to be £110 ($174), surely that is wrong!

Source [Technabob]

Livescribe Sky WiFi Smartpen

This is really a device that actually puts the smart into pen, it comes with built in Wi-Fi that allows everything that is written or heard to be sent to the user Evernote account, where it can be retrieved. The user can also tap anywhere on the notes that have been written to hear any recorded audio at the time.

These are the features for the brilliant and handy Sky wifi smartpen;

Smartpens Remember So You Don’t Have To Record everything you write and hear. Tap anywhere on your notes to replay the audio from that moment in time. Automatically, your recorded notes and audio are wirelessly sent and securely stored in your Evernote® account. Your exclusive Livescribe plan for Evernote includes 500MB of additional upload capacity for smartpen notes and audio.

The Sky wifi smartpen can be found on Amazon where it will cost around £160 ($256).

Source [Livescribe]

Having Trouble Hearing Your iPad You Need A Boast

Here is a little thing that could make all of the difference to your enjoyment of the audio output from your iPad. The Boast acts like cupping your hand around the speaker and directing the sound towards you. It is a simple idea but it needs help in raising funds, with only a few days left on Kickstarter the Boast still has a long way to go.  Continue reading “Having Trouble Hearing Your iPad You Need A Boast”

The History Of Gaming In Three Minutes



No matter how you feel about video games or the people that spend hours on them, they are a big part of modern life and yet when we take a look back at what they used to be like, it is amazing how some of these games ever got off the ground at all.



This video shows a brief history of the video game in under three minutes, so there are no excuses for not watching it then! The video has been compiled using audio, graphics and music from some of the classic games of the past and present, they are all there.



Source [Geeks Are Sexy]



How Technology Has Gradually Worked Its Way Into Your Car



The car has been with us for over a hundred years and technology has had a hand in the development of how the car is designed as well as how it is built. However, today there is a new wave of technology that is finding its way into the car, its digital technology and soon there will be no such thing as an analogue dial or manual button. This is the time of the digital takeover of the car and we have a useful info graphic to show how digital technology is being used more in the cars that we drive.


According to the specialist car insurer who produced this info graphic, Allianz said;


Digital technology has transformed and continues to transform every aspect of our lives. In the motor industry, technology developed throughout the years has enhanced our safety and comfort. The introduction of modern safety mechanisms such as lane departure warning and brake assist systems as well as iphone applications such as Driver Reviver and Car Butler has seen technology faithfully assisting drivers in times of need.



Source [Cool Infographics]



Small Speaker Big Sound Thats The NuForce Cube



Anyone that decides on buying some portable speakers has a choice, small or large, the later offers better sound quality, but is bulky and therefore not very portable. Whereas the smaller model is highly portable and yet often end up offering a poorer quality of sound! However, the NuForce Cube claim to have solved this issue, by creating a small cube like speaker that offers a good quality of sound and other features too such as audio jacks and USB connectivity.



These are the main features and details for the NuForce Cube style speakers;


A built-in rechargeable lithium battery extends your listening enjoyment for up to eight hours of continuous playback. Battery can be recharged using standard USB charger (not included with Cube) or computer USB port’s power. USB DAC. Headphone amplifier. A special adaptor for the iPod Nano is available. With the adaptor in play, the duo becomes one of the world’s smallest, high-quality music systems.


Priced at £80 ($120)


Source [Technabob]



Make Your Own Cigar Box Amp



Here is a cool idea and a great use for all of those old cigar boxes that you may have lying around the office, its ok we all have one or two! With the Stella Amp from Crazy Butable you will be able to produce your own cigar box amp, how cool is this!



These is what you get in the Wilson Stella amp kit;


Great clean tone; sounds good at low volume levels

Versatile controls, with Gain, Trim, and Level pots

Works with a wide range of supply voltages (from 3-12 volts; up to 16 volts if you replace the opamp)

1-2 watt amplifier, depending on supply voltage and output speaker (no heatsink necessary!)

Extra “Hacks” output! Turn the Stella amp into a stompbox, add headphones, a line output, or whatever strikes your fancy

Small foot print will fit in nearly any enclosure

100 percent Open Source Hardware



Price of the kit starts from £22 ($35) cigar box and other stuff is extra


Source [Geeky Gadgets]



These Headphones Have The Marley Smile



Music fans will love these cool looking headphones, they are from the House of Marley and come in a what they describe as the Jamaica Smile design, all we know here is that these are real nice looking and will stand out when it use, which is cool.



This is what you get when you buy the House of Marley Smile Jamaica Rasta In Ear Headphones;


Every piece of wood used in a Marley product is certified by the Forestry Stewardship Council (FSC). This governing body assures that the wood comes from a forest that is replenished making the material truly renewable and sustainable.

Recyclable aluminium is used in place of plastic in many components. This provides superior durability and reliability as well as giving our products a more robust and solid design aesthetic.

In parts where plastic must be used, we incorporate the highest possible percentage of recycled material.

Marley products provide a high level of style and great, tactile user experience through the use of natural fabrics such as cotton and canvas.

Marley uses a unique blended fabric made from discarded fibres of hemp, organic cotton and recycled plastic (RPET). Our patent pending “Re-Spun” fabric is not only sustainable and recycled in its first round or use, but it is repurposed for a second time around.


Priced at £20 (£33)


Source [Amazon]



You Call That A Speaker – This Is a Speaker!



Jawbone are well known for creating some interesting designs that have a look all of their own. A while ago, they launched the Jambox portable sound system, but now they have come with the Big Jambox and yes, you have guessed it, this time are bigger; in fact, it is around twice the size and has battery capable of delivering around fifteen hours of sound.



These are the details for the interesting and large Big Jambox speaker;



BIG #JAMBOX turns any phone, tablet or mobile device into a portable, hi-fi sound system. Now you can play music, movies and games and fill even the largest spaces with sound. Precision-tuned drivers and dual passive bass radiators work in concert to produce amazingly clear, full audio at any volume.


Priced at £185 ($300)


Source [Geeky Gadgets]