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Want: The Christmas Gadget List.

12.07.2007 @ 3:19 PM in Technology
I think I've been very well behaved this year. I mean, compared to 2006, i haven't:
  • Broken any ex's ribs
  • Slept with any ordained minister
  • Been to an orgy
Er, The last one is debatable on NYS statutes. Anyhoo, this is my official obligatory holiday wish list.

DEK: Designer Emulation Kits

  • The Designer Emulation Kits (DEK’s for short) are meant as the sincerest homage to some of the greatest modern designers of our time. The lamps and designers being “emulated” have a particular importance. They are represented in countless design tomes extolling the various movements, and they are held up as prime examples of “good design.” Deks are simple, and in that simplicity you have a conversation piece and a new lamp, albeit a small lamp.
  • $29.95, choose from five different designs.
  • Buy {Mike McKenna}

KidRobot: Stocking Stuffer Bundles

  • Blind Box toys give you hope, and Kidrobot makes you cool. as I heavily stress, vinyl toys are way better things to clutter your desk with than stuffy papers... makes you look more creative than you really are. Now with the Stocking Stuffer Kits from KidRobot, you can get an assortment of toys from various designers and kick start any new collection.. Of course these also rock for the avid collector since each set has either the series 4 Dunny's or some other Frank Kozik inspired awesomeness.
  • Everyone You Know Stocking Stuffers -$69.95, includes: 3 Bent World Vandals, 3 Scary Girl, 3 Smorkin' Labbit Series 3, 3 Fat Caps, 3 Dr. Ledoux Critter Splitter, 3 Dekoboko Friend Zipper Pull, 3 Sket-bots
  • Spiked Eggnog Stocking Stuffers -$99.95, includes: 5 Dunny Series 4, 5 Scary Girl, 2 Brockman Light Series 2, 3 Tofu Swing Sweets, 5 Dr. Ledoux Critter Splitter, 5 Heatherette The Empire, 5 Sket-bots
  • Buy {kidrobot}

Nabaztag/tag: The unpronounceable rabbit who reads the web

  • Don't try to pronounce it, just recognize that its the cutest feed-reading API powered gizmo to ever grace your desk, that is, if you are geek enough to adopt one.
  • Everything on the Internet spoken, sang, played, and danced by the most adorable and obliging of Rabbits
  • Blinks, moves ears, speaks, plays music
  • Reads out loud written texts in 16 languages
  • Obeys spoken commands through voice recognition
  • Detects and reacts to objects’ presence (RFID reader)
  • Feeds on the Internet. Reacts to anything happening on the web
  • Gives short news with speech & color-coded lights (weather, stock market…)
  • Reads out loud real time news from any web site (RSS)
  • Plays Podcasts and Internet radio at user defined schedule
  • Reads, sings, and dances messages and e-mails sent by friends
  • Chat with other Rabbit owners through voice, music and ear movements
  • Ability to create your own content and applications (API)
  • Easy to program
  • An ever expanding set of free content and services
  • Connects to a Wi-Fi network and works even when the computer is turned off
  • And much, much more…
  • $189.00
  • Buy {Zstore}

DIY: Neon Sign Kit

  • expensivish, but whats the price to have your name in light? $92.90, if you happen to be Buffawhat.
  • Up to 22 letters can be attached to one power supply
  • you buy the letters and numbers at $6.99 each. Power supply kit is 29.99. Extention to stack signs is 6.95.
  • A-Z, 0-9, "@",".", and space pieces.
  • Did I mention its blue neon?
  • Buy {Think Geek}

iRobot: Roomba 570

  • Ok, so I actually own an older Roomba Discovery, but the 500's were just released with a 100% improvement to every feature. That means I need to add another member to the family. One for the office and one for home, ya digg?
  • These babies really work, and the rumors are true: as soon as you get one, you will fall in love with it and treat it with love and respect, as well as getting all defensive when someone calls you out for selling your soul to a robot that will one day be your master. Just remember, denial is bliss.
  • Covers 4 rooms on a single battery charge
  • Wireless Command Center
  • On-board Scheduling
  • Self-charging Home Base™
  • 2 Virtual Wall® Lighthouses
  • 1 each Replacement Beater & Bristle Brush
  • $399.99 (you can get a cheaper model, but why would you?)
  • Buy {iRobot}

Art lebedev: Optimus Maximus Keyboard

  • To think this thing was almost vaporware. The Optimus is special because we spent two years waiting and hoping and wishing, through the OLED supplier drop out, to the price drop and raise, and now you can pre-order it if you are lucky and maybe get it by March 2008
  • Every key of the Optimus Maximus keyboard is a stand-alone OLED display showing the function it is currently associated with
  • Optimus is equally good for any keyboard layouts—Cyrillic, Ancient Greek, Georgian, Arabic—and so on to infinity: notes, numerals, special symbols, HTML codes, math functions, images etc.
  • Every button on the keyboard is easy to remove in order to clean or replace.
  • Configurator software allows for programming every button to reproduce a sequence of symbols (up to 256) and editing the image separately for each layout.
  • Price: $1564.37 for the full 113-key edition.
  • Pre-order {Art Lebedev}

Nokia: NSeries 95 8GB Black

  • Out of Everything I listed, this is the one I want the mostest. evar. This phone would be the gateaway to a lot of the blogging video projects i've been meaning to do. GPS, Wifi, 5MP camera with dvd like video capture at 30FPS..... i can go on and on, but this phone is the real deal...
  • Up to 8GB internal flash memory for multimedia content such as music, pictures, ringing tones, map data
  • Large 2.8" QVGA (240 x 320 pixels) TFT display with ambient light detector and up to 16 million colors
  • 5 megapixel auto-focus camera
  • GPS and Wi-Fi
  • Quad-band GSM
  • Bluetooth
  • microSD/TransFlash up to 2GB / hot-swappable
  • 3D stereo
  • HSDPA and EDGE data capable
  • Version 2 of Nokia's full web browser software
  • Speakerphone
  • Price: $779.00 (unlocked)
  • Buy {Nokia}