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Sep 18, 2010

Surface Tension gets transformed Arcane Arcade Table to your living room

The furniture techniques that have developed based on the concepts of modernism are called modern furniture. Modern furniture has changed the entire viewpoint of people towards furniture in general. The term ‘Modern’ reflects more of an inherent approach of a person towards life than the physical appearance. It signifies the adaptability towards change. Continue reading »

Sep 14, 2010

Buy an ASUS RT-N13u Router and get a FREE phone

Buy an ASUS’ RT-N13u router and get a colored mobile phone with FM Radio as an added bonus absolutely FREE. This promo is on going until September 30 in all Luzon authorized ASUS wireless resellers. Continue reading »

Sep 11, 2010

Garmin announced Nuvi 2200 and 2300 GPS series

Garmin introduces their two new lines in their Nuvi series, which includes the 2200 (2200, 2250, and 2250LT) and 2300 (2300, 2300LM, 2350, 2350LT, 2350MT, and 2370LT) series. Continue reading »

Sep 3, 2010

Upgrade Your Laptop to USB 3.0 with Transcend’s USB 3.0 ExpressCard Adapter

Transcend Information, Inc. (Transcend®), a worldwide leader in storage and multimedia products, today launched a two-port USB 3.0 ExpressCard Adapter, an easy-to-install add-in card that allows users to enhance their notebook with blazing fast USB 3.0 technology. Continue reading »

Aug 16, 2010

Puppy Tweets connects you to your pooch

This one device makes you aware of what your pups are up to even if your away. Continue reading »

Aug 12, 2010

Philips Cinema: Brings out the popcorn and home theater experience at home

Stuck at home on a weekend? Lounging at home need not be as boring or wearisome as it sounds. With minimal effort (like dimming the lights, setting up a 5.1 or 7.1 surround sound speaker system, or angling seats a certain way), an ordinary living room can turn into a personal theater that can entertain even the most sophisticated of film buffs or couch potatoes. Continue reading »

Jul 13, 2010

Automatic Pill Grinder


A lot of people hate grinding and swallowing pills nowadays for some reason. It might has something to do with its taste but some says that it is really important to grind the pill prior to swallowing it. Problem is that it really takes a skill to grind a pill whenever it is prenatal vitamins or diet pills.

Good thing there is Automatic Pill Grinder which is capable of grinding down the hardest of pills automatically into a fine powder, letting you combine it with food or drink for easier consumption. It is powered by three AAA batteries and is about a size of your remote control. Obviously enough, you cant use this with hard-coated, time-release, or gel cap pills. This Pill Grinder retails $29.95 when it hit the stores before this month ends.

Jul 13, 2010

USB Mail Box


There are about a thousand webmail sites roaming around the net and you have about at least six accounts to keep yourself up to date on who is emailing or messaging you at a given time. Luckily, this cute little mailbox (but not as little as the acne treatments box) lights up whenever an email or a message from whoever was sent to you. Continue reading »

Jul 13, 2010

Hitachi LifeStudio


I use to take pictures of a lot of things and most of the time, it is really a pain to organise, sort and sometimes protect my files. Yes, it is hard as looking for the diets that work. Continue reading »

Jul 6, 2010

Kitchen Scale Wall Clock


If you have weighing scale on your toilets. You might think of it as an old record or something but this is really a clock and a scale too! This practically does two things in your kitchen. to tell time and weigh stuff. That means that you can now weigh your ingredients to those recipes that requires accurate weight instead of using cups or number of items. You can easily hang the clock if you would not prefer another gadget on your kitchen.

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