This uber-cute Hedgehog Toothpick Holder can sit on the edge of any bowl. The cute little fellow will also put a good impression on your guests. At $25, though it seems a bit expensive, but hey…if you really believe in adding presentation to your culinary skills, then why not?
What you see above are the world’s smallest wireless chargers, straight from the Korean giant, LG Electronics. Called the WCP-300, the charger can juice up Qi-compatible devices, e.g. Nexus 4 and Optimus G Pro. Priced at $60 (approx.), the chargers will be rolled out slowly across the globe.
The HTC One has been recently launched, and it is nothing less than extra-ordinary. With a laser-sharp 4.7 inch full HD display that boasts a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels at 468ppi, HTC One has redefined the capability of a smartphone. Powered with a super-fast quad core Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 processor that has a clock speed of 1.7GHz, this phone is almost as fast as many computers of today.
This Build-On Brick Mug from ThinkGeek is a perfect gift for Lego fans. “Bring along a handful of your favorite building blocks – it’s compatible with LEGO™, PixelBlocks, Mega Bloks, KRE-O, or K’NEX Bricks“. However, it does not come with any bricks, you would need to get your own.
This remote controlled submarine can send live video to an iPad from up to 100′ under water. So, if you are interested in marine life and have an iPad around, this Submarine Camcorder would be a must have. The submarine includes a built 32GB memory, which is ample for amateurs. It also includes eight adjustable-intensity LEDs to illuminate underwater features.
Electronics giant ASUS recently revealed the world’s smallest pocket router. Called the WL-330NUL, the router can be powered by USB or can be plugged into a power socket. It can create it’s own secure hotspot for easy sharing of both wi-fi or wired connection with multiple devices.