Available in Lightning McQueen, Mater, Doc Hudson, Chick Hicks and The King flavors, this $33 gadget from Brando Workshop plugs into your PC’s USB port and actively monitors popular email sites (including any POP3 accessible account) and lets you visually and audibly know when email has come in. Check out the demo below!
With Tinktober coming to a close at an alarming rate, it’s worth taking a look at the Tinker Bell Mix Max Plus Media Player from Digital Blue. With 1GB of internal memory (expandable up to 4 GB via SD), it boasts a 2.8″ 320 X 240 LCD screen and plays video, audio and displays images along with Disney Mix Clips and Disney Max Clips. The best part is it’s available directly from the manufacturer at 70% off the original retail value of $99.99, so it can be yours today for just $29.99. Perfect for those not quite old enough to handle an iPhone, the Mix Max players have some pretty decent reviews on Amazon but you can only find the Tinker Bell version from the Amazon Marketplace for a current minimum of $50.
Pictured below is the back, but you can see the front (which features a Mickey-shaped control pad), get more information or get your hands on one while they last by clicking here.
The Disney Netpal by Asus is now available for pre-ordering at Amazon.com for $350. Although it has no ship date listed, the current date listed for the Toys R Us version is August 11 (pushed back from an original date of August 3).
Remember that the difference between the two is that the Amazon version has a 160 GB hard drive for storage, making it slightly heavier, and the Toys R Us version has 16GB of static memory for storage.
For full specifications on the Disney Netpal and to see our extensive photo gallery, see here.
Set to be released in late July through etailers such as Amazon.com and ToysRUs.com, the $350 Disney-branded Asus Netbook (available in Pink or Blue) will offer WiFi connectivity and several Disney-specific applications and themes aimed at the 12 & under set.
For more information, check out the article on USA Today.
Akihabara brings us news of these blinged out Mickey-shaped earphones from Rayout specifically for the iPod Nano G4 set to hit the streets of Japan soon. Available in five colors, the other options can be seen on their post here.
I was so born in the wrong country. From 2dayBlog via SlipperyBrick, the Japan’s Stitch LCD 20″ display. The display is 1680×1050 pixels, allows for an HDMI connection and more. Stitch’s mouth opens so you can access the display’s controls and he’s full 360 so you can see the rest of him clinging on to the monitor in the back. See here for more details and photos.
SlipperyBrick also covers this incredibly cute but expensive USB Stitch humidifier which works in a very unique way.