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Caterpillar B15Q Smartphone 
Being waterproof and being able to shrug off drops from 1.8 meters, this device is truly a rugged one. Also included are the latest Android OS and good looks. Do we have a winner on our hands?
Caterpillar B15Q Smartphone
Walkera QR Ladybird V2 (RTF) 
Walkera Ladybird V2 model offers a toy like price but includes all the features that a larger model would have. Let us see if this is the next gadget you just need to buy!
Walkera QR Ladybird V2 (RTF)
UDIRC U816 Microquad UFO Updated: 28.10.2012
Radio controlled cars are nice but why not take the play to the air?! Multirotor copters are the latest hit and this new model from UDIRC is the cheapest way to experience it!
UDIRC U816 Microquad UFO
Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 
The CoD series has been around for a long while already, but it was the last game in the series, Modern Warfare, that really struck gold and made the game mainstream. It was also the first game in the series to take place in a modern day setting, now the Modern Warfare 2 is offering more of the same - lets see if it manages to do it as well as the original MW did.
Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 2
ATP PhotoFinder Mini 
With digital photographing coming more and more popular hobby all the time, people often also find themselves asking "how on earth am I going to keep all these files organized and just HOW am I going to find the holiday shot I'm looking for?". There are a number of methods to keeping your photos organized, but one thing that helps, especially with travelling and holiday photos is to have them placed on a map.
ATP PhotoFinder Mini
Camera Armor 
For many people, the camera is regarded as a tool for the photographer in the same way that a hammer is a tool for a carpenter. You use it to take pictures and no emotions attached. The guys at Made Products have most probably anticipated this concern and they have come up with a product called Camera Armor, addressing just this.
Camera Armor
Xbox360 Wireless Controller for Windows 
2006 was the year for manufacturers to 'invent' new gaming products. Now in 2007, Microsoft has released one of the most recognizable gaming oriented devices, so there's no need to even use the word 'gaming' in the title.
Xbox360 Wireless Controller for Windows
Wiinja v2.0 - Updated ModChip for Nintendo Wii 
It has been only days since we reviewed the v1.0 of the Wiinja - Modchip that allows one to play Nintendo Wii and GameCube backups on Nintendo Wii game console. This time we will focus on the v1.1 and its new features and fixes.
Wiinja v2.0 - Updated ModChip for Nintendo Wii
Wiinja - ModChip for Nintendo Wii 
For Nintendo, the Wii gaming console has been a huge success. Same thing happened with Nintendo DS and it is still selling very well. Popular or not, these two gaming systems share one thing with rest of the consoles; there are modchips and other ways on getting them do more than the manufacturer designed them to do. In this multipart series we'll be looking into different ModChips available for Wii.
Wiinja - ModChip for Nintendo Wii
Xbox Modchip SmartXX V2 & XboxMediaCenter 
Unleash the power of your Xbox with these goodies.
Xbox Modchip SmartXX V2 & XboxMediaCenter
Casebuy USB Vacuum Cleaner 
Remove dust with this small vacuum cleaner.
Casebuy USB Vacuum Cleaner
Concord Eye-Q 5330z 
5 Megapixel digital camera with powerfull macro.
Concord Eye-Q 5330z
Nokia 6610 Mobile Phone 
Mobile phone with more traditional look.
Nokia 6610 Mobile Phone
Trust's 910Z POWERC@M 
Digital camera with 3x optical zoom.
Trust's 910Z POWERC@M
Leatherman Tools 
High quality tools with various configurations.
Leatherman Tools
MiniCamera from Eksitdata 
Miniatyre webcam with batteries. Easy to take with you to capture those once-in-a-lifetime events.
MiniCamera from Eksitdata

 
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A quick keyboard mod, painted with basic car color sprays. Used toilet paper on wet surface to get the texture.My first computer case mod: iZenith. I won the first place of "The Coolest Case" competition in Assembly 2009 (summer). There were 18 participants, of which I sadly saw only three cases.

The main materials for this case are:
- plywood
- 2" by 2" pine
- 1mm brass plate

Surface and insides spraypainted (with can).

Measurements:
457mm(W) x 206mm(H) x 287(D)
A big natural white clay school and freetime project. 15-20 hours of work, about 7-10kg of fresh clay and patience :)

The characters are about 5-7cm high, about hte size of warhammer figures. The woolly mammoth is about 20-25cm high when standing on terrain.

Making the men was very hard because soft clay is hard to make precise shapes and bit dryer gets very fragile. I had to make the basic shape and pose when it was still soft and then let it dry some time (next day) Then I carefully carved the final shape and made "fur texturing" to their clothes. Making heads and faces of that size was just too hard to do so I made them hooded jackets :)

The woolly mammoth and men are currently being burned/cooked whatever, the terrain is not yet completely dry so I must take it home and let it dry on holiday. And when school begins again next year burn it to it's final bright white appearance.

After the first burning I think I'm going to paint the mammoth and men brown of some sort, the snowy landscape will be just bright white, as it will be after burning.

Spears are also going to be painted and finished later.

Would have done a progress/worklog too if I had a digital camera, these photos are taken with my big brother's cam. Took the pictures now because there is allways a risk of cracking and other nasty destruction when being burned etc.

See and vote the other pictures too :)Built a test bench. Took a couple of hours and cost maybe 5 . Used to have the parts lying on the table, but this makes moving the rig so much easier... 

Note the upside down standoffs. I figured this would make for the easiest installation. Just slap the motherboard on and it is not going to move anywhere. I also have thumb grommets for more secure mounting when necessary. 

Keep it simple ;)

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