Stuff Office Cat's Diary – 21/02/13
3D printing pen smashes Kickstarter goal
3Doodler is the world's first 3D printing pen, letting you create 3D plastic objects using nothing but your drawing skills and creativity. With US$1,136,170 raised on Kickstarter, it's smashed through its US$30,000 dollar goal by 3656 per cent. Who said cats weren't good with numbers?
Desktop 3D scanner hits Kickstarter
If 3D printing isn't your thing, then perhaps you'd prefer a little desktop 3D scanning action instead? This low cost system can be your from £600 and can be used to scan small objects in 3D. Office Cat is ready for his 3D close up.
31 per cent of people are more attached to their gadgets than their other halves, according to gadget insurer SquareTrade. In a poll of 9000 people, a whopping 31 per cent said they'd rather break up with their partner than break their favourite gadget. Office Cat anticipates suspicious glances directed at gadget-crazed Stuff readers by their significant others.
Motorola Razr HD hits the UK
The 4G-ready Motorola Razr HD has made its way across the pond at last, bringing its 4.7in HD screen and Kevlar/Gorilla glass body to shelves across the country. Promising up to 6hours of 4G surfing and 16 hours of talk time, it's worth a look if you want an Android experience that lasts a little longer in between charges.
Hot UK Deals has tipped off Office Cat with the news that the addictive Plants vs Zombies is now free on iOS. Previously £1.99, it's the perfect productivity killer for a miserable, wet and cold Thursday afternoon.
Orbitsound unveils new wireless soundbars
Orbitsound has announced two new wireless soundbars, the M12 and M9. Both models feature wireless subs and a new control panel as well as support for wireless Bluetooth streaming. The smaller M9 is ideal for those looking to share their tunes, while the larger M12 should help beef up the sound of your telly's built-in speakers.