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If the Acer Aspire One netbook above makes you feel uncomfortable, even angry, then you're probably not a Japanese school-girl. Hell, even if you are we hope you have the good sense not to paste stuffed animals, taffeta, and frills to your Atom-based netbook. That's what UMPCs are for.

5 years ago 0 Comments
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Sheesh -- and we though it was something special when Teddy Ruxpin went digital. Today's mesmerizing bear just isn't remarkable unless it talks, and to make it extraordinary, it needs to vocalize your Twitter messages. The mad scientists over at 2pointhome were able to implant a circuit board, USB

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In the time-honored tradition of creepy robotic teddy bears usually from Japan, we bring you the Navirobo from iXs. Instead just spewing audible navigation instructions, the 9.8-inch Navirobo sits on your dash and raises his furry paw to point you toward your destination. He can even turn around an

8 years ago 0 Comments
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Kids love teddy bears, and kids love music, so what better way to get the little ones begging for your product than by combining two of their passions into one adorable package? Certainly not the first bear-inspired audio device we've seen, Mogoon's MP3- and WMA-playin' Bandy (not to be confused wit

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Generally, when someone makes a teddy bear-themed gadget, his/her intention is to overwhelm bystanders with cuteness. But whoever created this little guy, whose head has to be removed in order to access the internal USB drive, must have watched one too many Tim Burton movies. No word on how much

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"What we have here 007: an ordinary gun, as you can see. But upon closer inspection -- put that down! Now, as I was saying, upon closer inspection it actually fires small pink teddy bears into the air, which parachute down safely to the earth. What's it for, you say? Why, it's a nascent Japanes

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