Why settle for a boring desk when you could have the latest news, weather, Red Bull, and more delivered to you constantly.
This device allows you to view widgets from the comfort of your desk. It features dual TFT-LCD displays, NAND Flash or SDRAM memory, USB connectivity, an Ethernet controller, USB connectivity, and touch-sensitive controls.
LED Art Fan
At $349.99, this nifty LED Art Fan by ThinkGeek “spins and flickers at a brazillian* RPM to create beautiful persistence of vision images.”
Unbelievable bright images 5 megs of memory holds up to 128 individual frames. You can animate, spin, slide, flash and dissolve to your heart’s delight. All the while, enjoying the cool breeze from a chromed-up art-deco desktop fan
“Verballs” could be the strangest USB gadget ever. This device works with Skype and “lip-syncs to your caller”. When a call is received, it starts waving its arms around.
There’s also a mic and headphone socket if you want to plug in your headset for a more private chat. Since it’s pretty much a regular speaker, you can also play your tunes from it
R/C Desktop Forklift
This nifty R/C Desktop Forklift by ThinkGeek is powered by 4 AA batteries / 9V (controller) and can transport your morning Red Bull at the push of a few buttons.
Radio controlled, this little guy tootles around your desk, lifting and moving stuff from one place to another. Bring me my highly caffeinated beverage, now
The “Availabot” is a USB-powered “instant messaging buddy-bot” which tells you when buddies go online/leave by falling over (leave) or standing up (go online).
Availabot stores the IM details of the friend it represents in the puppet itself. That means you can buy a few, load them with your own IM screenname and service, and give them out like business cards to your closest contacts