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The Cool.con

Author: admin
05 28th, 2009

This spiny little contraption has the unique ability to simultaneously control your TV and your chronic kidney, uterus or testicle-related ailments. This is truly a magical medical breakthrough product.

The Cool.con universal remote employs reflexology to stimulate pressure points on the hand that are said to correspond to various areas of the body to promote better overall health. So the next time your partner bitches at you for watching too much TV, just tell them that you are engaged in a very serious medical procedure. Those witchdoctors said you needed dialysis—but you know better.

cool.con massager


03 25th, 2009
11 13th, 2007

At times it may seem like the Optimus Maximus Keyboard is some sort of mythical creature that is only seen in photographs, but this video illustrating layout changes proves that it does exist, somewhere. Whether or not we will actually see it in the wild one of these days (in the arms of Bigfoot no doubt) remains to be seen.

10 31st, 2007

Optimus Maximus OLED keyboard
Every key of the Optimus Maximus keyboard is a stand-alone display showing the function it is currently associated with.

Optimus is equally good for any keyboard layouts—Cyrillic, Ancient Greek, Georgian, Arabic, Quenya, hiragana—and so on to infinity: notes, numerals, special symbols, HTML codes, math functions, images etc.


Keyboard dimensions: width: 537 mm, depth: 173 mm, height: 38 mm, key: 20.2×20.2 mm.

Each of the 113 displays: technology: OLED, visible area: 10.1×10.1 mm, resolution: 48×48 pixels, frame rate: min. 10 frames per second, colors: 65 536, viewing angle: 160°.

Compatibility: Connection: USB 2.0, Control: Optimus Configurator software, OS: Windows, Mac OS X.

System requirements:
PC with installed OS Windows XP or Vista, with a USB 1.1 (or better 2.0) port; Mac OS X 10.4.8 or higher. System requirements
At least 20 MB of free space on hard drive.
At least 256 MB of RAM.

Optimus Maximus OLED keyboard
The service life of displays and their ribbon cables has been enhanced by making the screens embedded in the keytops motionless—it’s only the transparent caps that are pressed.
Every button on the keyboard (or, more precisely, a module with a moving cap, a microchip and a display) is easy to remove in order to clean or replace.
OLED keyboard
Configurator software allows for programming every button to reproduce a sequence of symbols and editing the image separately for each layout.

Optimus Maximus

10 26th, 2007