i-Turtle: A Cute Turtle Speaker

Check out this cute little turtle-shaped speaker. You can use it as a speaker, or put it next to another speaker and waith it dance!


“Whether your music is jumpin’, pumpin’ or thumpin’, this turtle can handle it! Meet I-TURTLE – the performing reptile! This electronic friend that loves to groove. Connect your portable music player (not included) to I-TURTLE and he plays your music through his built-in speaker. Or, just put I-TURTLE wherever music is play and watch him tap his foot along, bob his head and raise his shell with synchronized lights that flash to the rhythm! I-TURTLE communicates his moods through musical riffs, movement and tons of blinking light patterns on his shell! He even whines when he’s hungry for more music or attention! I-TURTLE loves to move and groove to your music, but watch out – flick its tail, and it won’t be happy! He may have a little shell, but he has a big sound! “

The i-Turtle is available from the Hasbro Toy Shop for $19.99.


Lego Gadgets


The digital camera and walkie talkie in the picture may look like toys built from some colorful plastic building blocks, but they are real, fully functional gadgets!

Lego and Digital Blue are working together to create these gadgets which looks like  Lego bricks but are actually made from a solid piece of plastic. With prices ranging from $19 to $60, these gadgets are mainly targeted at kids, but I suspect some grown adults (like me) will be interested to get one of these cool gadgets as well.

create some cool Lego styled gadgets. The first mentioned is a Lego Digital Camera that has that Lego brick look but is actually a solid piece of plastic to prevent it falling apart. These Lego gadgets are aimed at kids although I can see myself wanting one or two of these new Lego gadgets. Other Lego gadgets to be built are a PMP and a walkie talkie. Prices will range from $19 to $60 when launched.

WowWee Spyball Camera

The WowWee Spyball is a cool little remote controlled robotic ball, which is capable of rolling around and recording action in a full 360 degrees. It can transform from a ball to a camera and back within seconds, and it goes about its job quietly.


The Spyball also features built-in Wi-Fi connectivity which allows you to connect to it via the internet and keep track on your home while you are away. A super cool toy!

SteamBot – A Robot Powered by Steam

Steambot is a robot that powered by steam.. no electricity is needed. What you need to make this thing move, to put water inside the robot by taking it’s head off, then slide in a tiny Esbit fire in to it’s belly which warms the water up. When steam is eventually created you spin the red wheel on it’s back which then sets the robot walking.


Watch the Steambot in action in these videos:

The movement for the Steambot is really slow.. but I love to see this type of geeky stuff!

Mouse With Microphone And Speaker

This mouse is obviously targeting at those who use Skype, MSN or other online communnication services frequently to chat with friends. It comes with a built-in speaker and a detachable microphone .



  • Optical sensor 800dpi
  • USB interface
  • Built-in Speaker
  • Detachable microphone design
  • Support Window 98/ME/2000/XP
  • Dimension: 70 x 116 x 36mm (approx.)
  • Weight: 132g

This multipurpose mouse is available on USB.BRANDO.COM for $19.

Hacked And Frayed Spy Flash Drive

hacked_flash_driveHere’s just another creatively designed USB flash drive — the Hacked And Frayed Spy Flash Drive. Designed to look like a frayed and torn cable, it will surely have everyone asking you if you lost something, perhaps a printer or an external hard drive.


  • 2GB flash drive cleverly disguised as a frayed and broken USB cable
  • Easily transfer and store files, photos and music
  • USB 2.0 with 1.1 backwards compatibility
  • Mac, Windows and Linux compatible, of course

Available for $29.99 on ThinkGeek.