With global warming and the armageddon sun slowly, but surely approaching, why not supe up your collection of solar shields with these one-of-a-kind bad boys. Shwood has all your eye concerning needs covered by offering these “simple but unforgettable lenses” in a variety of styles, woods, and lens options—which can be ordered polarized ($40), mirrored ($30) or grey. Featured here are the ‘Canby’style glasses (starting at $98). Just be sure not to let these slip off your face into the wood pile on your next camping trip.
Just because your singing voice may sound like an 18 wheeler’s spent brakes coming to a screeching halt, shouldn’t mean your fingers cant make some crushing tunes. Introducing the pocket piano ($175) by Critter and Guitari. This mini synth lovers dream box contains a variety of sounds from nintendotastic to infectroelectro. With wooden keys, a small speaker, 1/4 audio output jack, and four tweaking knobs built into this clever handmade device, you’ll gather a crowd large enough to make you wonder why you spent all your dough on useless singing lessons.
Ever wondered what Froyo-or even possibly Gingerbread or Honeycomb-would look like running on a 10.1” capacative touchscreen with slide-out keyboard? Well, now you don’t have to. Here’s the Asus Eee Pad Slider / Transformer. This Tegra-2-packing tablet with keyboard is kind of a big deal. 1080p HD video playback, 1280x800 screen resolution, WiFi, Bluetooth 2.1, HDMI out, USB 2.0, and 1.2MP front and 5 MP rear cameras should keep your hands (and tongue) busy until its July or August ‘11 launch. We just hope they fix the little bugs like a flexing keyboard and slider issues seen at CES. Rumor has it that engineers are hard at work to fix at least the latter of these two small issues, but for $676, lets just say you’re going to get your money’s worth.