USB Fish Mouse! From O Sakana

USB Fish Mouse! From O Sakana

It's a mouse that's a fish, plus the eyes double as buttons. Is there anything not to like about this? No more boring mouse for you if you want. It also comes with a reel to handle all your cable management, and to pull the wily fish in.

  • Great screen, nice keyboard, fast processor, not plastic, great battery life, can run Windows if you need to do so, GREAT customer service. No Blu-Ray. Lets face it, you do not need it and it is buggy and a dying technology.

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  • Now you'll just have to get a tattooed mouse!

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  • Gigabytes! Chances are you're using lots of them, and you're gonna need more. External hard drives are great for this sort of thing, but what if your house has 5 computers and you want to share the megabyte love? Enter NAS Adaptor... Gigabytes! Chances are you're using lots of them, and you're gonna need more. External hard drives are great for this sort of thing, but what if your house has 5 computers and you want to share the megabyte love? Enter NAS Adaptors. Network Attached Storage is one of those geeky acronyms for hard drives you can access from any computer in your network (read: house or office). The problem is, NAS drives are pricey, and most are not upgradeable - so if you run out of room on one, you need a new drive. The SimpleNet NAS Adaptor has a simple job. On one end, you plug in up to 2 USB drives - flash drives, hard drives, whatever. On the other, you use the included ethernet plug to connect it to your router/network. Attach the power cord and presto! You now have your USB drives accessible by any computer on the house. Use them to store a shared iTunes Library, your movies, BitTorrent stuff, shared files and folders (great for offices), or for backup. If you ever run out of space, just buy a bigger drive and plug it in. For such a simple concept (getting hard drives on your network) you'd be surprised at how difficult it is to engineer. The SimpleNet is currently one of only 2 such adaptors on the market. So how good is it? Reviews on Amazon (a total of two) are mixed, but not knowing this I went ahead and bought one. I'll say it's pretty good, with some reservations. The hardest part is finding a CD tray that can hold the Mini-CD, which contains the manual (for shame people, kill some trees!). It's pretty straight forward after that. You simply go to the IP address of the device in your browser (finding that is explained in the manual) to configure things, which is dead simple. Here's the main con. This thing DOESN'T seem to work with EVERY drive. I tried it with a fancy LaCie with FireWire, eSata, and USB, and it NEVER recognized it. When I tried a simple, one-trick pony USB drive, and a USB keychain drive, they both worked flawlessly. So before you buy, make sure to use USB only drives (hopefully this will be fixed with a firmware update). Other than that it's perfect. Here are some of the included features: - Create Users so you have passworded access to the drive - FTP server - SSH server - Built in iTunes Folder setup Price is $75, but you can find it for a little less. P.S. Mac users, Hitachi shows us some love - it works out of the box with Mac formated drives. It also has built in Bonjour access. That means after plugging it in, just go to: simplnet.local in your browser to access the setup and configuration page. A Bonjour plugin is included for PC's to spread the love.

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  • I love you little buddy... Working on your PC can sometimes be a lonely experience. Not anymore... now you can buy yourself a new friend in the form of Tengu! Tengu is a fun USB-powered character that lights up and lip-... I love you little buddy... Working on your PC can sometimes be a lonely experience. Not anymore... now you can buy yourself a new friend in the form of Tengu! Tengu is a fun USB-powered character that lights up and lip-syncs to music, your voice, or whatever noise happens to be around at the time. Tengu has slew of different facial expressions that love lip-syncing. He'll be your new BFF in no time! When it's quiet Tengu will fall asleep - as soon as he detects noise (or you blow on him) he'll wake up again. Tengu simply plugs into your computer's USB drive. No software is required! Tengu is a fun little guy who guarantees to bring a smile to that depressing little cubical of yours!

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  • I purchased one of these once they came out with the larger disk sizes. It has a great wireless switch, a router, and a built in backup Time Capsule/TIme Machine for MACs. You can also use it as a shared Network Attached Storage... I purchased one of these once they came out with the larger disk sizes. It has a great wireless switch, a router, and a built in backup Time Capsule/TIme Machine for MACs. You can also use it as a shared Network Attached Storage device for both PCs and MACs. It was easy to setup and configure and works great for both MACs and PCs. The only down fall - is the built in firewall does not have any options, so if you need a more robust firewall skip this and just by a netgear. You can use this with another router.

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  • My husband got me a new Ipod Nano (3rd Gen) for my birthday and I am absolutely addicted to it. I have several movies and TV shows loaded, a bunch of songs, photos.... It is an absolute must have. I have the red one. Totally gorge... My husband got me a new Ipod Nano (3rd Gen) for my birthday and I am absolutely addicted to it. I have several movies and TV shows loaded, a bunch of songs, photos.... It is an absolute must have. I have the red one. Totally gorgeous!!

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  • Talk about the ultimate in practicality. This laptop bag, not only safely stores your new MacBook, but also gives you a place to lay your head and rest.

  • Make Magazine is the perfect gift for that hard to shop for geek in your family. Full of great articles and fun DIY (do it yourself) techy projects this magazine has been rated a geek favorite for years now. Now only are the proje... Make Magazine is the perfect gift for that hard to shop for geek in your family. Full of great articles and fun DIY (do it yourself) techy projects this magazine has been rated a geek favorite for years now. Now only are the projects fun, but the instructions are so detailed that even a beginner can follow along. Your Make Magazine subscription gives you four magazines per year with enough projects to keep you busy longer than that! I highly recommend this as a unique gift any technological person will enjoy!

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  • my documents laptop sleeve is really neat looking and is a really nifty way to carry that laptop.

  • how dope is this? totally dope. carry your mp3s in your cassette.

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  • I can't think of any real reason why you'd need this. However, I think everything you can roll is better.

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  • Really, this is just funny. But hey, I guess it's actually pretty cool. Sure, the iPhone takes pretty great pictures (lighting permitted). However, what about those extreme close ups. You know for your emo myspace page or somethin... Really, this is just funny. But hey, I guess it's actually pretty cool. Sure, the iPhone takes pretty great pictures (lighting permitted). However, what about those extreme close ups. You know for your emo myspace page or something? This attachment will give you 6x zoom.

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  • It's an Iphone.. need I say more :)

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  • Have a mac but not enough usb ports? I have multiple iPod, digital cameras, and thumb drives and this allows you to plug everything you have in at once.

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  • Not only is this aesthetically dope, but the custom encasing is actually stronger than the OEM default. The vendors boast that the custom materials rank second to diamonds in terms of hardness and durability. As Joey Russo would s... Not only is this aesthetically dope, but the custom encasing is actually stronger than the OEM default. The vendors boast that the custom materials rank second to diamonds in terms of hardness and durability. As Joey Russo would say..."Whoa!"

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  • Hey, I just want to win the MacAir

  • the macdaddy

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  • It's the little things... music & video to go. Project RED -- Apple gives a portion of the purchase price to the Global Fund to fight AIDS in Africa.

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