Logitech MX 1100 Cordless Mouse

Logitech’s MX 1100 Cordless Laser Mouse is one of the best on the market. With a comfortable, full-size shape, plenty of buttons, a freely moving scroll wheel, and adjustable precision, it’s not hard to see why.

It also carries a relatively steep $79.99 price tag.

So pick one up today, while Amazon has it for less than $20 after a small rebate.

Buy for $19.99 via Amazon after $10 rebate.


If your laptop bag resembles one of those Best Buy express vending machines, look no further than the Grid-it from Cocoon.

This clever contraption comprised of rubberized elastic bands makes it easy to keep all your portable devices safe and secure instead of rolling around in pockets of your bag.

Buy Small Grid-it for about $20 (10.25″x5.125″)

Buy Medium Grid-it for around $25 (12″x8″)


Nov 11

YikebikeThis weird looking thing is the 1.2kW electric motor powered YikeBike. It’s made of carbon fiber and it’s foldable in 15 seconds. It only takes up 6 x 23 x 23 inches of space and weighs just 22 pounds, so it can be easily carried around.

Unlike the standard bike you learned to ride as a kid, you sit on a seat but the handles are behind you. You lean left or right to steer, and it even comes with electronic antiskid brakes. It zooms around at a top speed of 12mph on a lithium phosphate battery that can be charged to 80 perceny capacity in 20 minutes.

The first 100 YikeBikes will be road-ready by mid-2010 in New Zealand as well as the U.K. and selected other countries in Europe. The YikeBike…a controllable, rideable urban bike.

Buy for $4900 from YikeBike

Waterpik Ultra Dental Water Jet WP-100So why do you think your dentist has a high-pressure water dental tool in his bag of tricks? It’s because they work and it gets to places a brush can’t. That’s why you should consider the newly updated Waterpik WP-100W Ultra Dental Water Jet.

This thing is unbelievable. It removes bacteria deep between teeth and below gumline where brushing alone will not reach. But it’s nicest feature is it massages your gums to make them strong and healthy.

Fill up the tank with water, put it in the mouth, turn it on, and with your mouth closed you’ll feel the incredible power as it cleans your teeth like the power washer cleans your car down at the self-serv.

We’re told by those in the know that this model is much quieter with less vibration. The most important thing is to set the pressure to a comfortable level to get all of your teeth.

Buy for $59 from Amazon


Bang & Olufsen brings its opulent and not inexpensive design precision to the world of clocks with the BeoTime alarm clock.

This unique piece, inspired by Mozart’s Magic Flute, is wireless and motion-sensing. It wakes you with a chime or by activating any nearby bit of B&O AV component (obviously not included).

This elongated wireless alarm clock has three displays showing either the hour, minute or date. Beautiful and different it is.

Buy for $375 from Bang & Olufsen


Now you can grab the entire Beatles collection in digital format as Apple Corps and EMI are releasing the whole catalogue on a limited edition USB drive.

The Beatles USB Apple Collection features the 14 Beatles Albums which have all been digitally remastered, as well as 13 mini documentary films, plus album art, and some rare photos.

There will only be 30,000 of the limited edition drives with 16GB of storage. The music is provided in FLAC 44.1 Khz 24 bit and MP3 320 Kbps formats and is compatible with both PCs and Mac.

Pre-order for $280 from Beatles.com

2010 Porsche 911 Turbo

Doppelkupplungsgetriebe. German for ‘dual-clutch’. It’s the reason the seven-speed gearbox on the Porsche 911 Turbo does zero to 60mph in 3.2 seconds. Impressive.

This monster of power has a 500-hp, 3.8-liter directed injected flat-six. Thanks to direct injection and the more efficient automatic transmission, mileage improves to a very impressive 24.8 mpg. Cool on the new model: dynamic engine mounts. First seen on the new GT3, these are filled with a magnetorheological fluid that can be adjusted for comfort or sport, depending on how the car is being driven.

Moreover, the new 2010 Turbo will be available with Porsche Torque Vectoring, an option that complements the standard traction and stability control systems. PTV’s mechanical limited-slip center differential actively distributes power fore and aft to greatly improve the car’s ability to exit corners with lots of throttle.

It’s a substantial update the keep Porsche, well, Porsche.

Buy for $132,800 from Porsche


Nov 08


We already get a lot of streaming video on handheld devices, but in the U.S. at least we now have FLO. It’s real-time audio and video now streamed to a dedicated FLO device.

The MediaFLO system transmits data on a frequency separate from the frequencies used by current cellular networks. In the U.S., the MediaFLO system uses frequency spectrum 716-722 MHz, which was previously allocated to UHF TV channel 55.

What do you get for your $9 a month subscription fee? 10 basic channels including ESPN, Comedy Central, NBC 2Go, MTV, CBS Mobile, Fox News Channel, CNBC and more. On Verizon and AT&Ts cellular network you’ll get an additional four channels.

The device has a 3.5-inch touchscreen with a built-in stand and stereo speakers.

Buy for $250 from Amazon

Regen ReNu Portable Solar Tablet

Portable solar power devices are finally getting a blast of style and the people at Regen are on the cutting edge of that trend. Case in point is the ReNu portable solar tablet.

This 9-inch-by-9-inch tablet is essentially a portable slab of energy, designed to deliver solar power to apartment-dwellers who can’t put an array on the roof.

The ReNu can be hung in a window with a suction cup, attached to a window frame, or placed on a table. It’s battery recharges in four hours and will drive an iPod for about six hours.

The ReNu isn’t shipping until February of 2010.

Buy for $199 from Regen

Autonet Mobile

If your car is a frequent business-trip companion, consider the Autonet Mobile router. Installed into the trunk, it creates a personal Wi-Fi, 3G hot spot anywhere.

Multiple devices can share the Internet without slowing its speed. You connect wirelessly to the Autonet access point in exactly the same way you would for a stationary access point. Speeds will depend on the data size as well as the strength of your cellular signal, but reports are its competitive with portable, handheld devices like an iPhone.

Autonet Mobile is about to become much more common: It’s now an add-on option for Cadillac, Chrysler, and VW. The monthly subscription fee is $29 a month.

Buy for $390 from Amazon



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