There are certain must-haves when it comes to outfitting a baby’s nursery. Serving size will vary… what I eat or get from a recipe as a 4+ year post-op is a very different amount than a 4 week, 3 month, 1 year… so I stick with the ideas and let you guys do the math 😉 based on what you use and how far along you are. I’ve been dabbling with ghost-hunting gadgets for over a decade, with varying success.
But despite all the buzz around the billions of dollars to be made in wearables, many of the gadgets coming out now and over the next year will likely not pass the litmus test of economic viability in the notoriously difficult and competitive consumer electronics space.
This Tranquil Moments Sound Machine for Baby by Brookstone offers six relaxing sounds that babies will welcome, including white noise, prenatal (heartbeat), car ride, and more. Similarly, many of the gadgets that claim to monitor sleep and activity levels are wildly inaccurate, a fact that has provided the platform for more than a few critical blog posts of the whole wearables endeavor. We’ve got a serious stash of wacky, weird and quirky gadgets that will boggle your mind.
Well, buy some old green-backlight Nokia with a NiMH battery on eBay for pocket change, insert SIM card, spend money saved on case of whiskey. This multifunction monitor is a great addition to any new parent’s arsenal of gadgets. I thought I’d breathe some life into this blog with a couple of posts on some small cheapo gadgets I found interesting from Dealextreme. Hi Just wanted to let you know that our program has your website as the first on the list of references pretty cool huh! Try the younger OmniGo 100 240 by 240 screen, AA batteries, keyboard plus stylus, limited DOS compatibility, and a GEOS interface. But you really can’t buy it without seeing it on your skin – unless you don’t mind wasting a lot of money.
Become a vintage radio enthusiast and you lose out on FM. Drive a vintage car and you get 1969 safety features along with your 1969 style Opt for the right vintage gadgets, though, and it’s amazing how much great stuff you can get for a ridiculously small outlay.