Now you can literally play Duck Hunt with this new game. The flapping duck will fly around your room or yard while you commence to shoot it down with your miniature infrared gun. Hit it three times and you have dinner. Charge your prey for 10 seconds and you will get about 30 seconds of flight, unless you down it first. The set needs 3 x AAA batteries (not included) to perform and comes at a price of $55.96.
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If you have a need for speed (13.5 mph worth) or are too lazy to walk around campus or your workplace, the iShoes will get you there without making you look too dorky in the attempt. The 123 Lithium-ion battery pack needs a two hour recharge for up to 3 miles of traveling. At a size of 11.8 x 19.0 x 4-inches, they weigh under 12 lbs. and can support up to 250 lbs. The iShoes come with a throttle cable and a MSRP of $499.00 (although the site lists a price of $599.99.)
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Philips has unveiled their new line of Power4Life universal chargers at the recent IFA 2007 in Berlin. Included is their SCE7640 for laptops, the SCE2110 for cell phones, and the SCM4380 and SCM2180 car charger kits. The SCM7880 can be plugged into an AC outlet and has a USB and mini-USB ports for charging. It also features an internal rechargeable battery for those times your cell phone is on its last bar during long road trips. Other tips are also obtainable. Check with Philips for future availability and price.
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