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The Future Has Arrived
Remember when you were promised all those amazing future tech innovations? Just around the corner was supposed to be a shining technology utopia with flying cars, personal space travel to distant galaxies, and bio-implantable cell phones. It’s almost disappointing enough to make you sit at home and watch old episodes of “Space 1999”.
Don’t lose hope! An amazing glimpse of this promised future has just arrived at ThinkGeek in the form of the Cube Virtual Laser Keyboard. This tiny device laser-projects a keyboard on any flat surface… you can then type away accompanied by simulated key click sounds. It really is true future magic at its best. You’ll be turning heads the moment you pull this baby from your pocket and use it to compose an e-mail on your iPad, iPhone or laptop. With 63 keys and and full size QWERTY layout the Laser Forex Virtual Keyboard can approach typing speeds of a standard keyboard… in a size a little larger than a matchbook.
Product Features :-
- Projects a full-size laser keyboard onto any flat surface
- Allows the convenience of full-size typing in a tiny form factor
- Connects wirelessly via bluetooth to iPhone, iPad, many Smartphones and most Laptops
- Mouse mode allows you to use your finger as a mouse rather than typing when using with a laptop.
- Rechargeable battery lasts for 150 minutes of continuous typing
- Charges via USB. No drivers to install
Product Specifications :-
- Compatibility: iPhone 3GS/4, iPad (iOS4), Blackberry tablet, Android 2.0 and higher, Windows Phone 7, Windows XP/Vista/7, Mac OS
- Interface: Bluetooth HID and USB 2.0
- Keyboard Layout: 19mm sized QWERTY layout
- Detection rate: Up to 400 characters per minute
- Operating Surface: Most flat opaque surfaces
- Battery duration: Approximately 150 minutes, 700mAh built-in rechargeable battery
Gorgeous vintage device pops up on Etsy.
However, this 1950s Keaton Music Typewriter has much to admire. The original version was patented by San Francisco inventor Robert H. Keaton in 1936, and further refinement saw units like the one featured here hit the market in the 1950s.
Exact production numbers are unknown, but estimates for the number of machines still in existence range from 6 to two dozen. Jack’s Red Barn on Etsy is selling one for $5000(the typewriters were originally $225).
The famous telescope was named after U.S. astronomer Edwin Hubble, whose observations of variable stars in distant galaxies confirmed that the universe was expanding and gave support to the Big Bang theory.
After a long delay due to the Challenger disaster in 1986, the Hubble Space Telescope shot into orbit on April 24, 1990, piggybacking aboard the Discovery space shuttle. Since its launch, Hubble has reshaped our view of space, with scientists writing thousands of papers based on the telescope’s clear-eyed findings on important stuff like the age of the universe, gigantic black holes or what stars look like in the throes of death.
Hubble is the only telescope designed to be serviced in space by astronauts. Between 1993 and 2002, four missions repaired, upgraded, and replaced systems on the telescope, but a fifth mission was canceled on safety grounds following the Columbia disaster. However, after spirited public discussion, NASA administrator Mike Griffin approved one final servicing mission, completed in 2009. The telescope is now expected to function until at least 2014. Its scientific successor, the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST), is to be launched in 2018 or possibly later.
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Here is a cool accessory for your geeky office, the custom NES Moue Pads. Each of the custom NES mouse pads have been created by 8BitMemory who has brought us some cool creations in the past. There are quite a few NES game themed mouse pads available including Super Mario Bros, as well as some cool NES games like Zelda, and if you dont fancy one of the ones listed, you can even choose to have a custom one made with your favourite NES of SNES games.
Prices start at about $14.99 and there are quite a few different versions to choose from, you can find out more details of what is available over at 8BitMemory’s store.
From video game fans to computer geeks, Sci-Fi fiends to horror freaks, Music lovers to movie buffs, Media junkies and nerdy stuff. Add a subtle game touch to your wardrobe with accessories inspired by your favorite controller or hotkeys. You can but them on Etsy.
Retro Games Are The Future. If you don’t accept this, you are blinded by Call of Duty: Modern Black Ops 12 and Grand Theft Turismo. Just a quick heads up, this is all my personal opinion, which some people will share and others won’t.
You agreed to me or not this Retro Gaming Leggings is the coolest item as Valentine day present. Cost $75. Available here.