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USB Desk Vacuum
Do you eat at your desk? Does your work area or PC get covered in food crumbs? Suck up dust and crumbs with the coolest USB vacuum cleaner ever. According to the supplier; "with its classic retro style you can suck your way to success!" So, I'm now sat here trying desperately hard to not let my mind sink to the gutter and start making Monica Lewinsky comparisons but it's just too easy to resist.

Watch Camera Cell Phone Hyundai W-100
The Hyundai W-100 cell phone watch has a 1.3MP camera, touch screen, and Bluetooth. Apparently the perfect watch will be available in English and Chinese, and sports micro SD for expansion for MP3 audio and video playback. Battery life is sure to suck but for everything this new gadget packs on your wrist, we're likely not to care too much so long as it will go a day on a single charge.

hField Technologies’ WiFire is a compact highperformance USB Wi-Fi Adapter for Mac and PC that extends the Wi-Fi range upwards of 1,000 feet. The device triples the power of the internal receptor, making it virtually impossible not to get a signal, regardless of where you are.

Artificial Cornea Gives Hope To The Blind
Researchers at the Fraunhofer Institute in Germany have invented an artificial cornea that may well be the key to restoring sight for our people with damaged corneas. Mask is laid on patients and apply a special protein to the edge of the cornea, which the cells of the natural cornea can latch onto. In this way, the cornea implant can firmly connect with the natural part of the cornea, while the center remains free of cells and therefore clear.” Researchers in Dr. Karin Kobuch’s working group at Regensburg University Hospital have already tested these corneas in the laboratory.

Wireless Charging
By simply plugging in an adapter to your iPods and Nokias, and placing them on the charging pad, they will begin gathering juice wirelessly. A great way to reduce messy cables on your table and save the cable-plugging hassles. The kind of convenience that once you got used to, you’ll never look back!

128GB Of RAM
This is 128GB RAM monster built by Xenon Systems for the Monash Cluster Computing group. The setup runs on 8 x 2.8GHz dual-core AMD Opterons, which are tucked away somewhere underneath all the seemingly endless rows of Rams. And the system is supposedly extremely loud when running. Not something you’ll want in your bedroom.

Golf Simulator
If you have a spare $55 grand to spare as well as a 20 x 13 x 10.5 feet room spare then this golf simulator is perfect for you. It allows you to practice your golfing skills from the comfort of your own home. The large screen is powered by a windows based PC which can take you around many golf courses from around the world at the touch of a button. The large picture is projected on to screen which can take the force of a golf ball hitting it. Two 360 degrees curtains of infra-red beams emit 60000 pulses per second and can track the trajectory, speed and other details about the ball you actually just hit.

Intel Unveils World’s Thinnest Notebook
Codenamed the Intel Mobile Metro Notebook, this prototype laptop is co-designed by Intel and Ziba Design. With a mere 0.7-inch thickness, it is crowned the thinnest laptop ever. Weighing in at just 2.25 pounds and sporting Intel speediest processor, it is not just a looker. This champagne-colored beauty will also come with a magnetically attached colored folder, which has a detachable strap for slinging the Intel like a Gucci.

Sun and Moon Jars
Captured inside the Sun and Moon Jars are a highly efficient solar cell, a rechargeable battery and low energy LED lamps. When the jar is placed in direct sunlight the solar cell creates an electrical current that charges the battery over a few hours. This energy is then used at night to power the three LED lamps inside the jar.

USB Digital Microscope
This USB Digital Microscope allows you to capture some incredibly high quality images and video and display them on your PC using a simple USB connection. View specimens collected around the house, backyard, your desk, or the fridge. Look at the microprinting on a dollar bill or examine the traces on your motherboard. This microscope provides you an easy way to zoom in on a wide variety of objects to satisfy your curiosity of the world around you.

Turbo cell Charger
Insert AA size batteries into charger and then connect charger to cell phone and it will start charging

Bluetooth Laser Virtual Keyboard
This tiny device laser-projects a keyboard on any flat surface... you can then type away accompanied by simulated key click sounds. It really is true future magic at its best. You'll be turning heads the moment you pull this baby from your pocket and use it to compose an e-mail on your Bluetooth enabled PDA or Cell Phone. With 63 keys and full size QWERTY layout the Laser Virtual Keyboard can approach typing speeds of a standard keyboard... in a size a little larger than a matchbook.

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