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GPS Mail Logger

GPS Mail Logger

Don't leave it up to the USPS to track your most sensitive mail properly. At just a fourth of an inch thin, the GPS Mail Logger ($695) is a GPS tracking device that can be mailed in an envelope, tracking the exact location, speed and altitude of your envelope, from the time it leaves you to the time it reaches Publishers Clearing House. [Thanks, Greg]

  • BUG

    If you're a do-it-yourself kinda guy, you might be interested in checking out the BUG for your gadget needs. Made up of a BUGbase ($300) and BUGmodules ($50-$100), BUG is a tinkerer's dream, allowing you to add functionality where and how you want it, and write software for the little guy using open source tools. It offers standard features like an ARM CPU, Linux, USB, a rechargeable battery, Ethernet, and more, but you can rest assured this is anything but a standard gadget.

  • Carve Your Own Post Cards

    Forget writing your own postcards. If you really want your sentiment to last, pick up a Carve Your Own Post Card ($12). The 4x6 wooden cards let you carve your messages into the surface with a sharp key or knife, letting you relive those days of professing your love in a tree trunk or classroom desk. Just don't forget the stamp.