The Gadget of the week is the world’s largest backlit LED TV - the Sharp LC-90LE745U Aquos 90″ LED HDTV! 1080p 3D full array LED panel. 6′8″ wide, 4″ tall. 114 pounds! Price? $10,999. Yikes! Coming in July.
This week's gadget from the Giz Wiz is a set of Foster Grant folding magnifier glasses. These folding reading glasses have spring hinges and telescoping temples that slide closed for compact storage. They're available in 1.5, 2.0, and 2.5 magnifications and are under $25.
Today’s Giz Wiz Gadget of the Week is the Magic Mesh Screen Door, which is essentially a screen door that closes with magnets. That means you can walk right through it without having to open it with your hands. Ideal for people who have their hands full or who have dogs that need to go outside without needing a doggie door. $36 available at Bed, Bath and Beyond, Walgreens, RiteAid, Target. And on sale for $13.50 at Amazon! Be careful not to hang one panel upside down though, the magnets won’t match up.
Today’s gadget from Dickie D is the General Tools iBorescope. The probe has a video camera on a flexible handle that will interface to your iPad or iPhone. You can then run it down a drain or behind walls and then stream it. It captures VGA (640 X 480) resolution video at 30 fps. and a thumbwheel on the grip controls two LED camera lights. The 39” long probe is waterproof as well. $299 in July.
For Mother’s Day, Dick doesn’t have a gadget, per se, but a service which can take a broken family heirloom plate and repurpose them into a work of art. It’s called IBreakPlates.com, and they’ll make pieces of jewelry that every member of the family can take and have a part of. Prices Range from $25–65.