Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Marlbara cellular phone

Yeah, I know, it’s not Marlboro, but it’s Chinese so it’s not that unusual.

By using this Chinese-made device you can fool people into thinking you’ve totally gone bananas and started talking on your cigarette pack. Although I’m sure it doesn’t have all the features of the latest mobile phones, but I know I’d love to have one,especially because it comes in a luxurious box, with a gold lighter and complementary cigarettes.Here are Marlbara’s specs:

- 900/1800 GSM/GPRS
- 1.5 inch 260k color 178×220 display
- 1.3 mega pixel camera
- microSD support
- stereo speakers
- measures 92×50.5×13 mm
- weighs 98 grams

Gamucci, the e-cigarette

Finally, every smoker’s dream came true, a cigarette that’s not bad for you.

Gamucci is an e-cigarette that looks, feels and tastes like a real cigarette but doesn’t hurt you, the ones around you or the environment. It’s a rechargeable device that uses sophisticated micro-electronic technology to deliver a true smoking experience, only without the tobacco smoke and tar that contain over 4.000 toxins. It contains water, propylene glycol, nicotine and tobacco scent and, instead of exhaling smoke, you exhale harmless vapors. So your body receives all the nicotine it craves but without all the other nasty stuff, it’s a dream come true and best of all you can legally smoke it indoors.

One rechargeable Gamucci cartridge is the equivalent of 20 cigarettes and the device’s battery lasts a whole day, when used with normal use (whatever that means).

Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Logitech's V550 Nano Clip-and-Go Mouse

Companies are always searching for creative ways to market mice to notebook users. The "smaller is better" maxim is true to a certain extent in regards to a mouse's stature, but design teams are beginning to realize that comfort is king, and you can't find comfort in the smallest of mice. A lightweight mouse is a plus, as well.

Logitech has made some ground in the notebook market by introducing a pair of interesting characteristics with their notebook mice. Previously, they introduced the set-it-and-forget-it micro transceiver that is so small you don't even know it's plugged into the USB port, and thus don't have to worry about removing it or having it run into anything.

Now, with the V550 Nano Notebook Mouse, they've introduced a spiffy way to carry your mouse by way of attaching it to the notebook via a clip-and-go dock. This is ideal for users who jump out of their seats, grab their notebook that's' full of top secret information, and bolt out the door.