Thursday, June 2, 2011

One bracelet to move them all...

Hey people!
It's been long since I made my last gadget post... The thing that started this blog... So today I'm returning to my roots with a new gadget... So lets stop chatting and more gadgetting,

May I present to you, the loop pointer, produced by Hillcrest labs.

 

What does it actually do? Like the title says, it moves stuff... Stuff? Yeah, let me explain it some more: This is a wireless remote control... It is compatible with many devices, ps3, xbox, it even works with your pc... Now I know there isn't really any reason why you should use this on your pc, but then again, imagine that you connect your pc or laptop to your tv for watching some movies or even large screen internet browsing, well this bracelet lets you navigate with the twich of a wrist... Now I haven't come across a wireless controller that actually works good, is accurate, and easy to use... But this might be the one... Hey, it's even got a scrollwheel and back forward buttons!

For those who aren't convinced yet, watch this:

Interested? Who wouldn't be... For a price tag of only 80$ this baby can move your cursor the way you want it...You can easily get it from amazon :)



So that's todays review, see you next time when I tell you about something else :)

20 comments:

  1. For some reason this reminds me more of some sort of criminal electronic bracelet, haha. I am a prisoner of the internet, great.

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  2. interesting, i dont like the design though

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  3. that is one pretty darn cool gadget

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  4. And that is some gadget to say the least.

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  5. the bracelet looks really futuristic

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  6. Huh sounds cool, although probably not that practical for most situations.

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  7. Looks awesome, yo. I love gadgets I'm always at best buy and sharper image tinkering with everything

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  8. i think it's pretty hard to get used to that..

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  9. the idea is good, maybe if it was smaller

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  10. Seems like a neat concept. I don't know how it'd actually work well though.

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  11. I might actually wear this.

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  12. I just saw one of these for the first time at work. Sweet

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  13. Holy cow, that thing looks wicked.

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  14. Lol :X :X :X THIS IS AWESOMEEEEE ! ! ! I WANT ONE but if i get one i am going to become even more lazyer :/

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  15. I guess this would be good for people using a PC for movies on their TVs

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  16. Great! Following to hear about more cool stuff!

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  17. Amazing! Who would've thought something like that can be invented.

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