Clean up the air around you in your home and/or office by using a negative ion generator. Eliminate dust, pollen and smoke and other energy-draining items. This particular model from Purely Products generates 2 million anions per cubic centimeter, plugs into a regular wall outlet, and has a yellow indicator light to let you know… Continue reading Negative Ion Generator cleans up smoke, dust, pollen and more from your home/office’s air
Just about $10 is a small price to pay to have your air cleansed of unpleasant odors, fumes, bacteria, pollen and dust. The Wagan Ionic Air Purifier plugs into your car’s cigarette lighter. (They really need to give that thing a new name, because honestly, you shouldn’t be using it to help you smoke! Ok,… Continue reading Wagan Ionic Air Purifies eliminates odors and fumes from your car
Industrial designer and inventor, James Dyson, is at it again. This time, he’s moved away from vacuum cleaners and onto fans. Fans, you ask? Yup, fans, but take a look at the photo. It doesn’t have any blades! It just looks like a cylinder. What it does is pull in air and amplifies it 15… Continue reading Dyson Air Multiplier – Fan Without Blades
One of our readers sent us a list of 20 geeky vacuum cleaners and my, what a list! Everything you could possible think of is here from the vac that sounds like Chewbacca coming in at number 20 to the retro, handheld, USB powered one at number 1. There’s even a very nice Halo-style cleaner… Continue reading 20 Geeky Vacuum Cleaners
Apple announced some new models to their laptop line today at their WWDC conference (Worldwide Developer Conference). For starters, the MacBook Air is going to become significantly more affordable – $300 to $700 more so, and MacBook’s now start at $999. The 13″ MacBook with 2GB RAM, 160GB HD and GeForce 9400M graphics card can… Continue reading Apple announces new MacBook laptops at WWDC Conf
Virgin Galactic is thinking ahead, although they are yet to run a commercial flight. If their spacecraft works out and the economics are there, then it may be possible to shuttle passengers on long hauls across the planet in much less time. Think Britain to Australia in 2.5 hours. That would be as big a… Continue reading Virgin to use spacecraft for planetary transport?
Let’s take another look at what we found worthy of a post this week! Let’s start with 2 recession-busting bargains that you can’t afford to miss out on: a D-Link Print Server for $20 and a nicely-spec’ed MacBook Air for $999. Next up is the uber hi-tech Emotiv EPOC that allows you to play games… Continue reading GfG’s Article Recap for Week Ending May 1, 2009
You may have been lusting after a MacBook Air for some time now, but have been deterred by their steep price tags. Well, think again. Not sure how or why, but MacMall is offering a $1000 MacBook Air – 13.3″ screen, 1.6GHz CPU, 2GB RAM, and an 80GB drive. No question that this is a… Continue reading Deal: $1000 MacBook Air !
The Dirty Air Filter Alarm from Filtertone is a new way to reduce your HVAC system costs, whilst reducing the pollutants in your home. The EPA ranks indoor air pollution as one of the ‘top five environmental risks to public health’ and so give this tool a closer look. The alarm simply plugs in to… Continue reading Filtertone Air Filter Alarm
Today, Dell released the Adamo, a thin and lightweight notebook that also comes with a higher than usual amount of style, at least from the Dell ranks. The Adamo which comes in 2 colors (Onyx and Pearl (black & white)) seems to fall into the MacBook Air category of notebooks. At 4lbs and a claimed… Continue reading Dell Adamo notebook – thin & lightweight