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Welcome to the Smart Stuff computers and telecom section with some of the world's smartest products, tips and tricks for computers and telecom. Below you'll find our constantly updated archive of the world's smartest computer gadgets and tools. Also browse the useful tips and tricks page for some clever and useful ideas.



Compro USB TV Stick HDTV through USB port
Possibly the world's smallest TV.
From now on you will not have to miss the game just because you have to work. Or drag a television along to your cottage or boat. With this smart USB TV you can watch television anywhere you happen to be (providing there is a signal). It is called USB TV Stick, comes from Compro, and is able to receive both analog and HDTV through the USB port. It supports both PAL, NTSC and SECAM standards, and also recording in MPEG 2 and 4. The best part, however, is that this little wonder works without an external power source. It takes all the juice it needs from the USB port. Should you be interested in the HDTV version, be advised that it requires a 2.4 GHz processor, while the analog will make do with 800 MHz. Via Gizmodo and Trusted Reviews.

28 July 2005



1.Lebedev Optimus keyboard 2.Lebedev Optimus keyboard 3.Lebedev Optimus keyboard

The world's smartest keyboard – if it works...
In an e-mail, reader Lina (thanks for the tip, Lina!) suggests we take a look at this concept for a new and revolutionary keyboard by Russian design-, advertising-, web-, etc-firm Art. Lebedev Studio with offices in Moscow, Kiev and Ivry sur Seine in France. The idea is that each key of the keyboard has it's own display, and with the help of the appropriate software (we suppose) the function, and look, of each key can be easily and quickly altered. See examples above; 1, standard, 2. cyrillic, and 3. Quake. We like the idea so much we have decided to publish it without knowing if such a keyboard is actually technically possible. Let alone getting it to market at a reasonable price. The rest of Lebedev's site is also worth a look. We especially liked the section "Posters", where they've played around with the firm's barcode logo.

16 July 2005




Apple Widgets

Apple rules.
Mac OS 10.4 Tiger has been around for a while now, and its been a couple months since we upgraded from Panther. Now that we have had a chance to get used to the new features, we have totally fallen in love with the Widgets. It is smart, it is simple and it is cheap. All criteria for a place here on Smart Stuff. And there are loads of new Widgets being posted almost every day. All are not relevant (to us), but among the Widgets we use regularly are weather, converter and monitors. If you have a Mac and are running Tiger, check here for Widgets. (If you run a PC you might as well check, too, and see what you're missing... ;-) From Apple.

9 July 2005




Smart magnet foot flashlight

The friend you need when you need both hands.
It attaches to any and every ferrous surface and give you the chance to get in there with both hands. You will even get out of the light-in-mouth thing to get into the most inaccessible places. The light comes from a LED and the power from four 1,5 V batteries. We have seen it at X-trem Geek
at USD 14:95 (ca SEK 105:-) and at EFX for GBP 4:65 (ca SEK 60:-). Available in black or alu.

15 May 2005



Apple Mac Mini

They did it again.
Apple never fails to surprise us, even though we really should not be stunned anymore. I mean, after the iMac, the titanium PowerBook, the white iBook and certainly the iPod we should have become used to expect the unexpected from Steve J.

But here it is. And here are the dropped chins all over again. The Mac mini. 16,51 cm by 16,51 cm by 5 cm of complete want-to-own-one computer. Admittedly without the screen, mouse and keyboard, but who cares, we've got lots of those lying around anyway. This time the price is right, too. SEK 4.695:- at the Apple Store. Hats off, gentlemen. Again.

Apple Mac Mini
7 March 2005



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