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Swish and flick to channel-flip
Practice 'Wingardium Leviosa' and other Harry Potter spells with the Kymera Wand universal remote control from UK-based The Wand Company (about US$81). The device flips through TV channels with just a few flicks of the wrist. Levitation, however, is not guaranteed.
January 20, 2010

Swish and flick to channel-flip
Practice ‘Wingardium Leviosa’ and other Harry Potter spells with the Kymera Wand universal remote control from UK-based The Wand Company (about US$81). The device flips through TV channels with just a few flicks of the wrist. Levitation, however, is not guaranteed.

A dishwasher-friendly keyboard?
At last, a keyboard that can withstand the messiest fingers and is ripe for character licensing. Forget that can of compressed air as a cleanser. If tech-savvy kids spill juice or cookie crumbs over the SealShield S103 multimedia keyboard (wired US$39.99, wireless US$49.99), just dump it in a tub of soapy water or toss it in the dishwasher – it’ll come out like new.

Super bowl
Who knew there was room for innovation in the bowl world? Löopa, the colorful gyroscopic bowl, is equipped with spill-resistant technology to ensure a wee one’s food stays in the bowl and off the floor, no matter which angle it’s tilted or where little arms and hands flail.

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