Saturday, June 03, 2006

Weird USB Gadgets You Did Not Know Existed







USB Snowman

Always a fun and timeless winter activity - building a snowman. Of course you always need the right kind of snow to easily roll-up the snowman parts. The wet heavy stuff works so much better than when it's really cold and you have only the dry powdery snow mixture.

In the spirit of winter fun we offer a snowman that requires zero powder - just a nice warm USB connection. Complete with a little hat and scarf, just plug in and watch the belly glow. A great desktop addition, sure to put you in a happy mood. The LEDs glow through 4 color changes.

Also has these features.

* USB-powered mini glowing Snowman with LED light

* LED cycles through 4 colors

* A great holiday gift

* Power Supply: 5V/1A, Standard USB

* Dimensions: 2.15" dia x 4.5" high

* Compatible with PC, MAC, SUN, and Playstation2

* No software or battery Required


USB Sushi Disks


Never again will you have to choose between having sushi or having a USB memory drive--thanks to the USB sushi drive. These USB drives are hand-made-in-Tokyo sushi replicas. The convincing USB sushi drive comes in several flavors.

USB Fan


Soft, safe nylon blades circulate steady stream of cool air

Quiet motor will not disrupt you when working

No batteries, plugs into USB port

No switches - virtually nothing to break, just plug it in to use

Small enough to take anywhere

Unit Dimensions 2.6" L x 0.5" W x 11.0" H

1 year warranty


USB Beverage Chiller


The CoolIT USB Beverage Chiller is the only way to keep your drink cold while you’re at your computer. And it looks cool on any desktop!

The next must-have computer accessory is here. With the USB Beverage Chiller at your side, you can keep your beverage chilled and stay at your computer longer.

Just seconds after plugging the chiller into your computer’s USB port (no external outlet needed), the coldplate chills to 45 degrees Fahrenheit, the perfect temperature for keeping your beverage chilled.

• Plugs into your computer’s USB port
• Coldplate chills to 45˚F
• Keeps your beverage cold

1 Comments:

Blogger Solar John said...

I've recently purchased a USB data logger. With that I can keep track of how well my solar photovoltaic system is performing over time. I simply program the device with my computer, and then connect it to my pv system. The computer does not need to be on while I'm monitoring the solar pv system. Later, I disconnect the data logger from the pv system and download the data to my computer. The software provided with the data logger allows me to print a graph, or simply print out the raw data, complete with the time and date for every reading.

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