The USB Key-controlled Ferris Wheel is a little USB peripheral that spins around whenever you're typing and sends a couple cute little animals on a happy fun slide. Thanks to the marvel of modern technology, it can sense when you've stopped typing, and ceases movement. It costs $29 and is guaranteed entertainment for all ages.*
*Ages 5-80 excluded, small parts may pose a choking hazard for the elderly.
The Grippity is a real product that will be hitting shelves mid next year for about a hundred bones (big ones, like arm and leg bones -- not the little ones in your ear). I question its usefulness. But then again, I question the usefulness of my third leg too. It drags on th... / Continue →
I don't have much more information on this ferris wheel except that it appears to be human powered, doesn't look that fun to ride, and is definitely dangerous to operate. And while I'm on the subject, I think the carny operating the moon-bounce stole my freaking shoes. But I ... / Continue →
The undeniable pinnacle of computer peripherals, the Fast Fingers keyboard is a $20 example of the opposite of that. It does allow you to choose between a standard QWERTY keyboard layout and an alphabetically ordered one though. But is that all? NO SIR, BECAUSE IF YOU ORDER ... / Continue →