You can charge the clock with a USB cable or insert four AAA batteries, but the cable is recommended. Neither the batteries or the cable are included, but at least you shouldn’t have to keep replacing the cable.
These are commercial, office-grade stamps that require no ink pad and are good for hundreds of judgement-filled stampings. Each stamp produces an imprint that is 1.5 inches wide by .6 inches tall. Our advice? Order now and spend the rest of the day measuring foreheads.
You totally need this on your desk. For one thing, it’ll safeguard your spare change. For another, it’ll help you access the Batcave in case Commissioner Gordon calls. (That last part was a Bat-joke — pow!) Get the TV Batman vibe — in the form of this heavy-vinyl bust bank — from ThinkGeek for $59.99.
Learning braille helps blind people develop literacy skills including spelling and punctuation that correlate with higher rates of employment. However, there’s been a huge decline in the proportion of school-age children who are able to read it as text-to-speech software has taken over and the costs of producing braille have remained unaffordable for many.
We love our gadgets and gizmos, but we can’t use them without charging up the battery every now and again. Since a full charge only lasts for a few hours, we’re normally stuck carrying a bunch of cables around. This on its own is no issue, but when they unravel and have a party in your bag, it’s hard to get what you need when you actually need it.
Technology is moving in fast forward these days and the gadgets that are produced always bring something new and interesting. You’ll notice that in collection of the coolest office gadgets that I have for you.
Among the current profiles are Tony, who needed £4,400 ($5,800) to complete his training to be an electrician, and Marilyn, who needed £3,000 ($4,000) to train as a taxi driver and gain her private hire driver license. These profiles act as individual crowdfunding campaigns that people can donate to and then follow the progress of the recipient. Beam provides professional support and mentorship for the homeless individuals as they transition into the workplace.
CNET called this Bluetooth-enabled, hands-free calling device a wearable, supercool speakerphone. And, it noted, you won’t look nearly as weird as those people with Bluetooth earsets. Plus, it chirps just like a proper Enterprise combadge should. Available from ThinkGeek for $79.99.
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Have you ever wanted a gigantic Jumbotron for your own home? Good news! Samsung has developed the MicroLED — a version of its Cinema Screen technology used in movie theaters — for your house. The new model, called The Wall, measures a mind-blowing 146 inches.