Saturday, 29 March 2014

5 Most Creepy Gadgets You Need To See

The tech world is really a vast one. When you take a good look into the world of technology you are bound to find some weird and creepy tech gadgets you've never seen before being blogged about on Afrodigit which ranges from the most important to the least important. Most of them are the things we have known for a long time, things that we use on a daily basis, but technology being so dynamic has given it a creepy touch, that will make it fun to look at yet very useful. Some of these gadgets are extremely clever, some are ideal for geeks and some are just downright weird. We're talking about the really bizarre and strange things gadget makers dream up after asking philosophical questions like: What kind of clothing should talk to a computer? You think you are a gadget freak, then take a look at these 5 most creepy gadgets.

5 most creepy gadgets you need to see

1) Toaster Printer 

Why anyone would bother to print words or images on a piece of toast is beyond most of us. Still, for every great geek idea there is a great geek inventor out there who will turn design concept into reality. Shown above, ‘Hello World’ is toasted into the top piece of bread. Toast is one of mankind's most deliciously simple foods, and these terrific toasters promise to get the job done in innovative ways. We are seeing a lot of cartoon-printing toasters geared towards making meals more enjoyable for children. Characters like Spider Man, Mickey Mouse or Hello Kitty can accompany children's breakfasts with these fun toasters. 

2) Bug Zapping Racket

Great way to kill mosquitoes and have fun while doing it, you dont need to worry about the choking smell from insectisides. It is a device that attracts and kills flying insects that are attracted by light, it attracts them to the bright let on the racket and them electrocutes them. It looks just like a tennis racket only it produces a whack of static electricity that kills bugs dead.There is a red light that comes on when you press the on/off button. Let go of the button and the electricity is released, aftecting everything around it. Bug-zapping tennis-style rackets usually AA batteries and does not cost much.

3) Warming Gloves

Battery Heated Gloves are easy to use and safe to wear, they provide instant warmth for your hands that can benefit anyone in cold conditions or with medical needs. It has a warmer pad inside. Once you plug it in the USB port, your hands will get warm. It supports Windows and Macintosh and do a great job defrosting your hands.Not relying on any particular software, hence can work on any device that has electricity. Having problems keeping your hands warm at the office? then try these warming cloves.

4) Touchscreen-Friendly Elektra Nails


If you’re a woman or maybe a guy  with long nails you always have a problem hitting smartphone touchscreens  accurately. Elektra Nails are false fingernails with a capacitive tip so that you can use them on your smartphone or tablet screen to type effectively. Elektra Nails let you use your decorated fingernails to tap on a smartphone. The Nano Nails hide a tiny capacitive tip under the index fingernail that can be detected by a touchscreen just like a fingertip.

5)  Beauty and the Geek Jeans

Combining the world of fashion with the world of technology. The jeans, known as Beauty and the Geek, come with a fully functional keyboard, mouse and speakers integrated into the upper leg of the fabric and are the idea of design company Nieuwe Heren, run by Erik de Nijs and Tim Smit. The designers hope that the jeans will address the issue of RSI, allowing the wearer to wander away from a screen to a comfortable chair. In which case they'll be able to listen to music streamed from their computer through the inbuilt speakers.