Yeah, you can yourself an average iPod/iPhone dock, or you can purchase a cool-looking one like the 2.1 Harley Davidson Headlight Stereo Speaker System. Not only does the user get the all the usual function of a dock, but they get “authentic Harley Davidson motorcycle sounds.”
You should be able to purchase the Harley Davidson Headlight Stereo Speaker System with Alarm Clock for iPhone or iPod (HDP66) for about $123.99 at the iHome site, which includes a remote control.
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There is no question that most headphones are made the same, but Blinx comes with blue LED lights. These lights are sound responsive, and will blink along with the music.
So even though no one but you is hearing the music, everyone else around you will see a somewhat impressive lightshow. The Blinx work with any standard 3.5 headphones, and cost about $42.
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Motorola never ceases to work, as they have introduced two new Bluetooth headsets at once. The first (left on photo) is the H790, with a thin design and dual microphones, and equipped with CrystalTalk technology that will suppress background noise. The H790 also has a voice prompt that lets the user know if he or she is on mute, the remaining battery life, and even how to pair.
The T215 works as a black speakerphone that will slip onto a car’s visor, and also features CrystalTalk technology. It also has 36 hours of talk time, a 2-watt speaker, noise cancellation, plus mute.
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We are fans of Tokyoflash watches, mostly because they “get” the tech lifestyle, and you can see it embodied in their work. We think they’ve gone aboev and beyond with their latest Independent collection, which featured four uniquely stylish watches. However, to us, the Independent ITX21-5132 is just downright awesome. The design features a sphere cut crystal glass face, stainless steel band, and even has a hidden LCD digital display underneath the analog dial.
It’s a limited run, so if you want it, you have to act quickly, as stock will go fast. The Independent ITX21-5132 sell for $269.07.
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We are constantly losing our keys to the point that we have to put them on a hook so we always know that they are not in the refrigerator, between cushions or lurking somewhere under the bed. Now there is a solution with the Security Guard Keyfinder. The retro device attaches to your keychain and the next time your keys disappear, just put your lips together and blow. He will let you know where they are hiding after your whistle. Own your own guard for £7.99 (~$13.00.)
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CTA Digital’s Wii Bowling Ball enables its user to treat it almost like a regular ball (but don’t let go.) Open it up with the release button, place your Wii-mote inside then attach wrist strap and place your thumb and three fingers in the holes. The ball is compatible with all games that use the Wii remote including Brunswick Pro Bowling, Ten Pin Alley 2 and AMF Bowling: World Lanes and will soon be available where other accessories are sold.
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If you like to make statements with bold jewelry, make statements about alternative energy or just make statements in support of glowing in the dark, we have found the necklace for you! May Yokoyama’s Lux neckace is constructed of solar panels strung with LED bulbs. After two hours of charging the necklace will glow for four hours, ensuring your statement is made clearly and for a long time.
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If you are in the market for the Wii MotionPlus, just make sure you stay away from GameStop. Why? Because they are charging you $5 more than any other retailer we’ve found that sells the device. Nintendo lists the Wii MotionPlus at a suggested retail price of $19.99. While it is just a suggestion, retails chains typically follow the suggested price. However, GameStop is charging $24.99 for the device. Save yourself $5, and buy the Wii MotionPlus at Amazon, cool?
The Elgato Turbo.264 HD is a hardware video encoding stick that seems to support just about every video format under the sun, and can convert that video for use on various devices, in high definition, much faster than your Mac can do that on it’s own. We open the item up in this episode of Unboxing Live!, and whole-heartedly recommend it to anyone who works with video, or even transcodes video for use on their iPhone or other portable device.
The Griffin SmartTalk Bluetooth headset claims to eliminate background noise, and sometimes more importantly, wind noise. We are in the midst of bringing you a full video review of the SmartTalk, which you’ll find over on Bleeding Edge TV, but in the meantime, you can get a look at the device in this episode of Unboxing Live!