Accessibility
http://www.gadgetspeak.com/gadget/forward.rhtm

Email article to friend

 
Note your friends email address will be used for no other purpose than to send this message.
It will not be stored by GadgetSpeak™.

Copy of the email your friend will receive:

This message was sent by [friends name] using [your email]

Hi [friends name]
I've just read this great article on GadgetSpeak™ and thought you'd find it interesting.

If you enjoy this article and would like to read more then click here

[your name]

Super Grafix & Golden Coin Maker

Super Grafix & Golden Coin Maker

Here I am looking at two items from John Adams; either have a good chance of the child’s parents having a good period of peace. The first can encourage the drawing skills while the second encourages the creative genes. Wonder of wonder two different toys and neither need a single battery. Possibly even better value now and a good way to spend that Christmas cash.

This is a toy that has been around in one form or another for many years. Here however John Adams have gone one further by not only allowing the drawer to capture static objects on the unit but also things far further away. The base is 30x38cm and it grows to about 34cm tall forming two thirds of a triangle. The whole secret is two (unbreakable) mirrors that allow anything in the right area to be captured and therefore drawn on an A4 sheet of paper.