An Impossibly Tough Flash Drive That Survives -40F to 185F Temperatures

Even if you've dropped a few extra dollars on a 'durable' flash drive that can safely be tossed about, it might not actually be as tough as you think it is. At least not compared to this non-descript drive from Green House that's a master of survival. It's rated to work at temperatures as cold as -40 degrees… » 2/04/15 9:30am 2/04/15 9:30am

GreenHouse 32GB, 64GB SSDs Upgrades Your Eee's Paltry Storage

If you got one of those 8.9-inch Eee PCs and found that the 12GB of included drive space just wasn't enough, don't despair! GreenHouse Japan has released two new SSD modules which sport 35MB/s reading speeds and 15MB/s writing speeds. The modules are specifically made to work with the 901 and 900 lines, and will cost… » 11/13/08 4:00am 11/13/08 4:00am

Greenhouse Headphones For the "An Angel and Devil Crashed Into My Ears"…

Okay, these headphones from Greenhouse are pretty similar to the wierdo pig ones » 10/20/08 8:45am 10/20/08 8:45am from a few months ago... but they're worth it simply because I like the idea of having a mini model Angel and Devil pushed into your ears instead of boring old headphones. They've got a 5mW output, 20Hz to 20kHz response and are out in…

Greenhouse's New Headphones, For the "Pig Crashed Through Your Brain"…

This strange product from Greenhouse is worth talking about, if only so I could share that headline with you. In case you're wondering, the pig is in soft silicon... to reproduce the texture of a real pig. After that news, you won't care these weird 'phones have a 20Hz to 20kHz frequency range, multi-sized silicon… » 6/23/08 4:41am 6/23/08 4:41am

Green House Telephoto Kit Gives 8x Zoom to Cellphones, Superman, Fools

Hey, fool! Why would I need a 8x cellphone zoom lens, complete with additional universal handset tripod and holder? That's right, I wouldn't, because B.A's eyesight is better than Superman's. Still, for those without Mr. T's 40:40 vision, Green House is doing a good thing releasing their Telephoto Kit. B.A. don't know… » 4/01/08 4:25am 4/01/08 4:25am

Rotating Speakers from Greenhouse Give Your iPod Ears

Charge up Greenhouse's rotating speakers via USB and they give you eight hours' of sounds when you clip them on to your fifth-gen iPod. With an output of 770mW x 2, the GH-SPA214CC costs $44 and will be out in Japan at the end of the month. A bigger version of Greenhouse's speaker-n-case combo earlier in the year,… » 3/10/08 4:31am 3/10/08 4:31am

Greenhouse FM Transmitter Brings Music Streaming to Your Obese iPod nano

The fat, fun-loving iPod nano just got music streaming capabilities, all thanks to the Greenhouse FM transmitter. The streaming device looks rather swank, and is available in five complementing colors, including metallic black, silver, red, green and blue. It will allow you to chuck out your tunes to any free radio… » 1/18/08 4:00am 1/18/08 4:00am

Grow Plants with the USB-Powered Mini-Greenhouse

We've all dreamed of having a mini-greenhouse that we could plug into our computer, but until today it was just that — dreams. But dream no longer. is selling a USB-powered Mini Greenhouse that includes a computer interface which helps you monitor growth rate and that includes a calendar, wallpaper and… » 8/21/07 8:40pm 8/21/07 8:40pm

Greenhouse FM Transmitter for Second Generation iPod nano

Greenhouse has come out with a titchy FM transmitter for the second-generation iPod nano. The GH-FTC-IPOD2N comes with the longest name ever and weighs just 0.35 ounces (10 grams). Available in five colors, it also comes with its own car charger. It costs $30 in Japan now, but given the iPod craze, it won't be long… » 3/26/07 5:48am 3/26/07 5:48am

Green House GH-KANA-GT MP3 Player, FM Transmitter, Friend

The great Japanese company with the environmentally conscious name is at it again. Green House is just a few weeks away from launching the GH-KANA-GT series of MP3 players, which comes with 512MB of flash memory and support for both MP3 and WMA digital music files. Even better, the player incorporates an FM… » 7/24/06 9:26am 7/24/06 9:26am