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MakerBot Replicator 2

Wednesday, March 13th, 2013

615nOVzj8bL._AA1280_The future is here, now you can print, real, 3D objects at home.

There’s a new standard in desktop 3D printing. MakerBot’s fourth generation machine isn’t just their best, it’s the best desktop 3D printer on the market. With a resolution capability of 100 microns and a massive 410 cubic inch build volume, the MakerBot Replicator™ 2 Desktop 3D Printer is the easiest, fastest, and most affordable tool for making professional quality models. Includes a 1 lb spool of Natural PLA filament.

Available from Amazon.com for


256GB USB Thumb Drive

Tuesday, July 21st, 2009

DataTravler300Kingtson has announced their DataTraveler 300 which, according to them, is the world’s first 256 GB USB Flash drive. Using their included software up to 90% of the drives content can be password protected and no administrator rights are required. As of this writing the drive is only available in the UK, but should be available in the US shortly. I can name at least two Los Angeles ACNs, who probably have this on pre-order.

[Estimated $900 from Kingston]


Thursday, April 30th, 2009


Have something caught in your Astro-Droid or perhaps you need to adjust the Heisenberg Compensator or maybe a lug nut came loose on your ’73 VW. What ever the task, bring a little bit of the future to it with the Hydrokinetic Adjustable Wrench from ThinkGeek.

“To adjust the Hydrokinetic Adjustable Wrench, just open the valve, fit around the nut or bolt of your choice, and push the gripper on the opposite end. It will compress the liquid which will, in turn, push the gripper on the end you want. Once it is snug against the bolt, close the valve and your Hydrokinetic Adjustable Wrench is locked into position. It’s that easy! The slim heads of the wrench will let you sneak it into tight spaces, and the design of the grip will help you turn even damaged nuts and bolts.”

[$25 from ThinkGeek]

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Tuesday, April 21st, 2009


PC-to-Mac switch made easy

Wednesday, December 3rd, 2008

According to Belkin, “making the move from a PC to a Mac computer has never been easier. The Belkin PC-To-Mac Transfer Kit allows you to seamlessly transfer all your important data, including user accounts, email and Internet browser settings as well as photos, movies, music and desktop items.” While most users making the switch can just bring their old Windows PC to the Apple Store and it will be done for free, IT Departments, hobbyists and consultants will find this a welcome addition to their kit. Available from Amazon.com.

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