There is just about any kind of electronic product online that can be found in a brick and mortar building.
Gadgets such as a digital picture converter for slides and negative film. It can take an old 35 mm slide or negative and convert it to a digital picture, has a 2 ½” TFT color display for viewing the picture, a touch button that converts the image in 3 to 5 seconds and saves it to a 32 MB flash memory which can store up to 56 pictures as JPEG files.
A Bluetooth Speaker phone that can be attached to a steering wheel. It has a DC car adapter charger, two 2-watt speakers, allows calls to be accepted or rejected, phone book and volume buttons, and can hold up to 600 numbers.
Portable electronics like a shirt pocket digital television, video camera pen, GPS homing device, or a 3D camcorder.
A shirt pocket television has a 4 ¼” viewing screen, 480 X 272 resolution, 16:9 aspect ratio with 60 degrees viewing angle. A collapsible antenna and external antenna. Can be viewed for up to two hours using the built-in lithium-ion battery.
The video camera pen can be used to make videos or take still pictures. The 1.3 MP will take up to 20,000 JPEG images or five hours AVI video. The USB 2.0 port allow the videos or pictures to be downloaded to a Mac or PC.
A GPS Homing Device is ideal for locating a vehicle in a large crowded parking lot. It is ¾” long by 2″ wide by 3 ¼” deep and weighs 2 ounces.
A 3D video camcorder with two lenses work together with its 3 MP image sensor. Videos in 640 X 480 pixels AVI files. Has a 4 GB SD card, stores up to four hours of video recording or 2,000 3D JPEG images.