1. Disinfection Scanner
May appear to the human eye to be a flip phone, but this device is said to kill 99.9 percent of bacteria and viruses. To work the device you just simply open up the Nano-UV disinfection Scanner and wave the Nano-UV light for 10 seconds over anything needing to be disinfected. The one inch gadget is powered by two AAA batteries and will retail in the UK around the £50 price point. The disinfection scanner is claimed to be ideal for ridding sleeping areas or carpets from unwanted insects.
2. Beauty and the Geek Jeans
If you are a gadget loving geek then these are the ultimate must have. The jeans designed by young Dutch designer Erik De Nijs, use a wireless USB to your computer or laptop, they have a built in full-size QWERTY keyboard and wireless mouse that is specially designed to fit into a back pocket with built in speakers in the knee. The jeans include printed circuit board themed stitching to enhance the geeky look. The Beauty and the Geek Jeans can be found on the Nieuwe Heren’s website.
3. Robot Lawnmower
Is this the new way of cutting your lawn in style without breaking to much of a sweat? This gadget has the capability of taking care of your lawn without any supervision with it’s remote controlled grass chopper. The Automower 260ACX by Swedish company, Husqvarna has ultrasonic sensors preventing it from crashing into things and when in trouble instantly sends a text message to your phone to let you know, it also automatically will take itself back to it’s charging station when power is low. Expect to pay in the region of £3000 for one.
4. Solar Bikini
The latest in swim wear just got hotter, a new bikini designed by a multimedia designer and performer Andrew Schneider from New York. The solar bikini has been designed not only to show off ladies slender figures but at the same soak up enough sun to solar power your iPod shuffle. It does this by using a 5-volt regulator managing electrical output and photovoltaic film strips. You can charge up anything that uses a USB port. There is no chance of an electronic shock when using the solar bikini. The bikini is not available to buy online – it’s still being developed along with another gadget in the making called the iDrink which will allow solar powered trunks to cool a beer in its own custom-made drink cozy.