The iTie is a unique idea that combines the formal apparel with a hidden pocket in the back. Store business cards, credit cards, honey do lists, pens, Certs or your MP3 player, although there is no way to disguise those earplugs. A larger version is being developed for iPhones, BlackBerrys and other larger handhelds. Because they are individually homemade the cost will vary, so you need to contact them to order one.The scary thing about this clothing is that they think they need Billy Mays to hock it (check out the product page.)
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We dig those old plasma displays and now you can wear one. The Plasma Belt Clip has two settings, always on or sound sensitive, responds to touch, needs 2 AAA batteries (not included) to run, weighs a mere 5 kg and comes with a clip to attach to your belt or clothing. We would suggest the latter, but it might just be a decent ice breaker at parties. The clip will be available for £12.99 (~$19.00) beginning in June.
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Clothing is becoming smarter all the time. O’Neill’s NavJacket can upload and share your ski runs with others at over 180 United States and 420 European resorts. The jacket has an LCD display, e-textile keypad and GPS unit built into its sleeve. Those who lose their buds while skiing can use their friend-finder to get back together. The price of the NavJacket is $1,635.00. Check O’Neill’s community site to see how cool the features are as well as view some of their users touring videos.
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Why carry a boombox when you can wear one and be just as disruptive? The iCap is wireless and features a detachable 1GB MP3 player with Micro SD card slot, an FM stereo tuner, a voice recorder and 2 built-in speakers so that you and everyone else can listen to your tunes. An FM transmitter is optional and will allow you to send music to your buds’ players as well. The cap comes with a rechargeable Lithium-Polymer Battery, AC charger, clip attachment and USB cable and carries a price of $119.95.
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Winter is coming too quickly for us. When it gets to the point where you are wearing socks all the time while computing, utilize your USB ports with Warmmi Heating Slippers. They come in both men and women’s styles in 3 colors and have a 2 meter cord attached. The booties reach up to 114ºF within 5 minutes and 131ºF within 10 minutes. They certainly look comfy, but you need a separate USB connection for each of the slippers. Find them for $14.99.
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If you already own a T-Equalizer shirt, then you will be pleased to know that it is now available in a baseball cap. Powered by two included 2 CR2032 batteries, they are hidden away in the lining of the back of the head wear. In a one size fits all, a sensor allows adjustment for loud and soft environments. While we expect that the hat will be more popular with those who can actually see it, take comfort in the fact that for £12.95 (~$21.00) you were the one who was smart enough to purchase it first.
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We figure that since most people don’t really peek at others’ belt buckles, the MINOX Agent M Belt Camera would be a fun accessory for any wannabe spy. At a length of 110 cm, it features r/t recording in 3GP video with a QCIF resolution of 176 x 144 pixels at 15fps. The cam supports digital voice recording, runs on a Li-ion battery and allows for storage up to 2 GB on Micro SD/T flash cards. At a price of €229.00 (~$299.00,) the belt comes with a USB cord and probably isn’t recommended for really short 007 types.
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J!NX is a very cool site with t-shirts for the geek who wants to be blunt. We especially dig this comment on Pacman in the form of a light blue tee that comes in 5 sizes for ~$20.00. If that one is too gory for you, check through their newest releases for both men and women for all things gaming and computer oriented. JINX frequently has deals on close-outs and discontinued shirts and stickers.
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The Japanese company Prop has developed a Human Airbag for seniors. The strap-on device deploys in a few seconds if the wearer falls and can’t get up. It consists of 3 airbags that inflate with compressed gas, protecting the head and back. Unfortunately, the vest will not work if the user falls forward. The safety gadget costs $1000.00 and we are thinking that maybe Prop could design a mini-version for toddlers learning to walk.
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Take music to a whole different level with this electronic t-shirt that you can actually play. There are 7 different sounds and when you, or someone you trust, taps with fingers, sound comes out the built-in speakers. Available in black cotton in 5 sizes, it needs 4AAA batteries (not included.) The battery pack and speaker are removable for washing the tee. The Electronic Drum Kit Shirt has a MSRP of $29.99.
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