Posts tagged hardware

Tile seems like an interesting device - low power bluetooth tags for stuff you might misplace. Pretty cheap, works for a year, "find" things via iOS.

23rd January, 11:58 am

want. a thing of such beauty

19th September, 10:53 pm

tempted by this bamboo keyboard and mouse. amazon suggestions are just too accurate.

13th September, 5:29 pm

it's important to defraggle your motherdisc regularly

7th November, 2:16 pm

i find it hard to believe that the open office mouse is for real. seriously?

19th October, 10:41 pm

very nerdy-cool - hidden art found on silicon wafers

19th September, 2:19 pm

interesting demo video of hardware trojans added to ICs

12th May, 4:36 pm

littlebits look really great - much more accessible than the arduino type stuff, and a better scale than the big white blocks (anyone remember what they're called?). can't wait for them to retail!

22nd August, 7:57 am

i want this now. is the receiver small enough to fit in an iphone? [via bogan]

2nd July, 11:47 am

this little iphone charger is pretty cool. thinking about getting one

30th June, 5:28 pm

did i ever link to the new flip mino? it looks pretty awesome

27th May, 11:14 am

ok, i want one of these in my air [via wafer]

12th May, 3:58 pm

for people with flips, some nice accessories

27th July, 4:21 pm

a nice visual evolution of apple products [via bogan]

12th September, 1:44 pm

the xbox 360 laptop is utter genius [via chubb]

10th October, 9:31 am

get ahead of the curve with the 200gb ipod nano mod. thanks to matts

4th October, 3:10 pm

i'm not sure where salty find this stuff, but prepare yourself for mac os classic on a psp. a 4 hour boot cycle. nice

13th September, 3:08 pm

salty points out a good apple history articles site.

12th September, 2:14 pm

the nano appears to be more or less indestructible. thanks aaorn

5th September, 12:46 pm

this birth of the lisa article makes for very interesting reading. a similar 'birth of the macintosh' would be nice

14th August, 8:08 pm

ars technica took apart one of the new mighty mice and had a poke around. interesting stuff. mine's in the mail somewhere.

12th August, 8:25 pm

new toys :)

6th June, 12:24 pm

neil matheson found the solution to my stylus woes - replacement retractable styluses for the p900. i've ordered one and will report back on it's effectiveness.

23rd March, 3:21 pm

coates is a mad unstoppable genius.someone needs to give him a bunch of money and a room without windows to make this stuff.

7th March, 11:15 pm

webb's post about the accelerometer in the new powerbook is great. i so need one of these.

26th February, 8:03 pm

shuffleart, via the coatesweb, looks pretty fun. shuffles are still on 2 week order from the local apple store.

26th February, 7:41 pm

the googlemini seems pretty damn cool. i want one, if just for the case.

15th February, 3:09 pm

it was really only a question of time before someone tried it - ipod shuffles in a raid configuration

31st October, 9:31 pm

the VPM looks very cool - a completely portable os and apps which you can stick on your usb drive and carry around with you.

22nd May, 4:03 pm

so apparently all my counterstrike: condition zero practice wouldn't necessacarily mean i could do it in real life. yeah, riiight, hehehe. (i realise this story is from two years ago - just clearing out my bookmarks).

26th March, 12:40 pm

a soldering iron that heats to 800 degress F in under a second. and cools down to touching temp in another couple of seconds. makes me long for my hardware days

14th March, 5:17 pm

until now i wouldn't have considered spending $6000 on a monitor. this has changed my mind. 9.2 mega pixels. 22.2" screen with a resolution of 3840x2400. wow. i'm salivating.

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