Monday, April 04, 2005

Ghost detector

Excelente combinación de memoria usb y detector de fantasmas.... Only in Japan...

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The Japanese company that launched popular computer data storage units shaped like rubber ducks and sushi started selling a new product today – a ghost detector.

SolidAlliance’s portable GhostRadar beeps and flashes red lights in response to unusual magnetic waves. It also reacts to body heat and perspiration detected by a sensor where users place their thumbs.

The gadgets went on sale today in Japan and the first shipments to the US are on their way, said SolidAlliance Vice President Yuichiro Saito.

GhostRadar is a novelty item that comes attached to USB memory storage device, which holds data such as documents, digital photos and MP3 music files and plugs into a computer’s USB port.

Its memory ranges from 128-512 megabytes.

The device’s memory and ghost detector functions are not linked, Saito said. New gadget from Japan hailed as ghost detector

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