The Seagate Slim portable drive delivers easy-to-use, highly flexible protection for your files on Windows computers. This pencil-thin drive also works seamlessly with your social media accounts so it’s simple to back up and share your online photos, movies and more.
500GB storage capacity
Included Seagate Dashboard allows you to use the Protect function to set up easy automatic back up with one-click or scheduled plan
Save feature can be used to back up user-generated content from your favorite social networks
Share feature to upload multiple files to social networks at once from your computer.
The Orime has a five-button, origami-style structure that blends traditional ideas with a quasi-science fiction imagination. Couple this with a bright aesthetic and laser mouse USB wireless connection, and you have a practical yet highly original desktop device.
Compatible with Windows 7 / Vista / XP and Mac OS X (10.5-10.8, 10.6-10.6.7)
The CapitaLIST Pig money piggy bank keeps you motivated to save by LISTing or drawing the object you desire on his generously sized blackboard exterior.
Fill it up, release the funds through the chunky rubber stopper and start again. Release your funds without, literally, breaking the bank.
He also comes with a pack of chalk so you can scribble away as your priorities change. Save for a car one day, a holiday the next, and then go the ‘whole hog’ and start putting money to one side for the deposit on aa apartment. Why not?
The Ressence Type 3 transports time from the dial to the crystal. The orbiting indications are bathed in a fluid that refracts light like air, so that the indications appear to be displayed directly onto the sapphire crystal – closer to the eye of the beholder. The high-contrast white indicators against the black dial appear to be projected onto the top crystal as if onto a screen. Type 3 offers a tangible feeling of being able to touch time itself.
Discs displaying hours, minutes, seconds and days revolve under the domed sapphire crystal, while the date is read from the perimeter of the dial at 6 o’clock. The indications discs continually revolve, as does the whole dial itself. The face of the watch is constantly changing in the same way that a human face is transformed by each passing emotion.
Ressence design is characterised by purity and minimalism. This quest for pared-down design includes the process of dematerialising the timepiece; a process illustrated by the elimination of traditional hands and by the invisible fluid technology used to project the indications. And by removing the crown, the TYPE 3 opens up a whole new chapter in this quest for simplicity.
The sapphire case back fulfils the functions of the crown with quadrants on the case back replacing different crown positions. The Type 3 is wound up by turning the case back. To change the date, it is simply necessary to make a longer rotation through 200° in order to arrive at the date quadrant. The hour is set by starting from the neutral position and turning in the direction indicated. A gravitational gearing system allows time setting to be disconnected by simply inverting the watch.
A Real Life Batman - Man Creates Real-Life Batcave
Batman fanatic Chris Weir is so besotted with the Batman the Dark Knight that he invested $120,000 (£78,000) in the bat man character - including his very own batcave in his basement.
Batman comic books, Batman action figures and Batman posters are essential in any superhero fans’ collections, but for dad Chris it wasn’t enough. The married 38-year-old owns all of the above - but with an added Bat secret lair of his own.
Amazingly, the man-made styrofoam bat cave can only be accessed in the same way Bruce Wayne opens the Batcave in the classic 60s Batman series starring Adam West. Chris went to painstaking lengths to install a replica of the William Shakespeare bust seen in Wayne Manor.
Flipping the bust open reveals a concealed red button, which activates a hidden door in a display case for Chris’ favourite Batman collectables. Inside the cave is a life-size Batman suit used by the Caped Crusader in the latest Chrisopher Nolan films.
A home cinema inside the bat cave features a huge 100-inch TV screen where Chris watches Batman movies, shows and cartoons with wife Joanna, 36, and sons Zachary, 9 and Daniel, 13.
There’s also rows of cinema seats for guests, table football, and even a functioning bar. Chris, from Middletown, Delaware, said: “I wanted the room to look like something Batman himself would operate in, but its all for entertainment purposes.”
The batcave was so important to Chris, that while shopping for a home, the deciding factor was whether or not it had room for the batcave he dreamed of building. Chris’ wife Joanna was given two options, one being their current home.