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Monthly Archives: June 2008

Xbox 360 and phone all-in-one?


It has been rumored for over a year that Microsoft has plans to create a portable handheld gaming system to rival the likes of Nintendo’s DS and Sony’s PSP. Unfortunately, Microsoft is keeping a tight lid on the truth. However, the artists over at T3 Magazine couldn’t resist with their speculation on what such a device would look like from Microsoft. So, they decided to take matters into their own hands. T3 has published their rendition of the possible mobile device, combining a Zune, Xbox 360, and phone into one sleek package. In fact, the hybrid device looks pretty damn good. Although, what’s up with the flat-looking analog sticks? Regardless, the concept calls for 64GB of Flash storage — GTA IV on-the-go anyone?

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The Any Brush: finger toothbrush


Sometimes you just need to brush your teeth when you’re not at home, like say coming back to work from lunch. The problem is that most people don’t bring their toothbrushes outside their homes. Designer Yuanyan Li may have just come up with a solution. Called the Any Brush, it is essentially a disposable, slip-on toothbrush for your finger. Simply slide it onto your finger and brush away! The Any Brush comes in a very compact package that makes it extremely portable and even features a compartment to hold toothpaste. The best part is that the entire product is environmentally safe when discarded.

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Mr. Potato Head: Taters of the Lost Ark


Were you excited over the latest Indiana Jones film (Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull)? Hopefully, this toy will get you just as excited.

Mr. Potato Head takes on the disguise of Indiana Jones! The Idaho potato shaped toy comes complete with shoes, jacket, a bullwhip, two ears, arms (one holding idol), mouth, a hat, and a set of teeth. £14.99 ($30 USD) via Gadgetshop.

If Indiana Jones isn’t your thing, check out Mr. Potato head as “Optimash Prime” and “Spider Spud“.


Corona-Matic Waffle Maker: breakfast for Geeks


Who doesn’t like warm, delicious waffles? How about warm, delicious waffle keyboards? Designed by Chris Dimino, the Corona-Matic Waffle Iron is actually an old, useless typewriter turned into something very useful. A waffle maker that forms keyboard-shaped deliciousness.

All you’ll need is a waffle recipe and some maple syrup…


Via: OhGizmo!