stuff we drool about

Solar Powered Window Socket

Designers Kyuho Song & Boa Oh have developed the brilliant Window Socket, a portable device intended to enable you to use electricity freely and conveniently in a space restricted in the use of electricity, such as a plane, a car, and outdoors. The Window Socket attaches easily to any window and is charged with solar energy that is then converted into electric energy through a converter. The clever product is currently in concept stage, with the designers looking to improve storage capacity and efficiency, we will keep you posted on future developments. via

Also check out Ray - Solar Powerd Charger




window-socket-2.jpg | Image

window-socket-3.jpg | Image

window-socket-4.jpg | Image

window-socket-5.jpg | Image

DENON AH-D7000 HEADPHONES | Image

DENON AH-D7000 HEADPHONES

If you are looking for some good quality, no-nonsense headphones, the Denon AH-D7000 Ultra Reference Over-Ear Headphones might just be what you are looking for. Experience musical fidelity as you’ve never heard before, combining old world craftsmanship with state-of-the-art technologies, the AH-D7000 re-defines the ultimate in headphone listening. ...
read more
VINYL RECORD TO IPHONE CONVERTER | Image

VINYL RECORD TO IPHONE CONVERTER

Remember the Cassette to iPhone Converter we recently featured? how cool was that...Now you can also convert your old and forgotten Vinyls! With the iLP Digital Conversion Turntable by ion, you can transfer your music directly from your records straight to an iPad, iPhone or iPod using the included EZ Vinyl app....
read more
NOTESLATE | THE TABLET THAT IMITATES PAPER | Image

NOTESLATE | THE TABLET THAT IMITATES PAPER

The NoteSlate is a tablet with 13-inch E-Ink imitating paper. You can take notes with pen and store them digitally - so simple yet so genius. You will never buy a new Moleskine notebook.The NoteSlate identifies drawings on the screen and shows variations between the colors red, blue and green. It will be released in June this year for $100....
read more