Thursday, July 21, 2011
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Thursday, July 14, 2011
The Ostrich features a hole for your head, and two holes for your hands to grab onto. While it isn’t exactly a good posture for your back to be in, your face will be comfortable against the interior of the pillow. No word on pricing or availability of this pillow, but we’re pretty sure it could be a big hit with the office power-napping crowd. (ubergizmo)
Wednesday, July 6, 2011
It comes fitted with three LED lamps (0.12W each) that when fully charged is said to be able to run continuously for 10 hours on the brightest settings, or up to 60 hours when the lamp is set on its dimmest settings. No word on how long it would actually take to charge a USB device like a phone, although we’re guessing this is more for emergency purposes, i.e. during a blackout or natural disaster where you need to keep the lines of communication open, rather than used for frivolous or regular charging.
The solar-powered device runs on two AA batteries, which Panasonic claims will take up to 15 hours to fully charge in perfect conditions. We’re not sure what that is supposed to mean, perhaps they meant in direct sunlight? Panasonic has plans to start selling them in Japan come August 26th at $75 each. (ubergizmo)
Thursday, June 30, 2011
JackBack feels more natural, organic and artisanal than others, most probably because the way they are finished—sealed, sanded, and finished with a Tung oil. It's very pleasant to touch. And instead of getting dirty, the more you touch it, the more beautiful it looks: Your skin oils will naturally give the wooden back an even better look and texture. After a month of use, mine looks much better than the first day.
Installation is quick and easy: Take off a pair of screws with the provided tool, take out the glass back, install this one. The iPhone 4's dimensions don't change. The JackBacks are replacements to the official glass back, with the same thickness and the same precision in the holes for the camera and flash. (Gizmodo)