For $25 a pop, you can now get your hands on this fully self-sustainable, environment friendly, hassle free water powered clock from Bedol. It may look rather plastic and cheap but all that is needed to keep this desk clock running for 12-14 weeks at a time is pure, tap water. It even features a built in memory chip so it doesn’t reset the time everytime you re-fill it with water, just like watering a plant.
We’ve seen all sorts of geeky and weird gadgets, but this is probably one of the weirdest gadgets that we saw recently. This device is called Toast Clock, and as you can guess by its name, it combines toast and a clock into a single device.
Well, with the advent of iPhone and iPod (in short Apple) era plenty of devices that can be used along with iPhone and iPods have popped up. We’ve reviewed a rather popular choice of Sony iPhone / iPod dock in the past, but as you will be aware, the job of most of these devices is to enhance the daily usage of your iPhone/iPods though they most of the time end up being bulky and not so portable. This is why I don’t find myself using them comfortably though I have met people who just love to use them for some unknown reasons.
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Five past twelve, eh? Converting time into such weirdly sounding sentences has always troubled me. Why can’t they just put it in easy ways? 12:05! Or else why can’t we just say midnight? Who cares for the loss of those overly important five minutes? Well, please don’t get frustrated. It is just that I still haven’t understood why do we make things complex when they actually aren’t! Finally, looks like somebody has heard me. Verbarius (heard for the first time though) have come up with a fancy clock that uses simple words to tell you the time. No more fuss, hopefully!
For those who have been reading our gadget reviews for sometime, you will know that we’ve reviewed similar products to the Sony ICF-C8WM clock radio before, most notable is the Philips Wake-up Light. However the ICF-C8WM clock radio is quite different in terms of function and purpose. Its not a wake-up lamp as such but should be considered as more of a radio clock with additional bonus features such as support for your portable music players and Sony Ericsson Walkman phones.
We have had a quick look at it and some of its major features while it was here briefly and here’s what we thought of it…
Here’s a quick unboxing gallery of the recently launched Sony ICF-C8WM clock radio which we received from Sony earlier last week. Sony Ericsson fans will definitely fancy taking alook at this kit as it charges and plays music directly from your Walkman phone. We’re due to have a full review later this week…
Sony have unveiled the BRAVIA Z5500, the newest member of the Motionflow 200Hz family. Like the BRAVIA WE5, the Z5500 also has a number of eco-aware features as well as an ethernet port for adding applicast RSS feeds and downloading widgets. The Z5500 also includes the energy saving switch that was unveiled with the WE5 model, check out the full press release after the jump.