If you thought that Swiss Army knives were bristling with gadgets, then you evidently haven't come across the revolutionary Apollo F1R, which makes even the most comprehensive gadget seem like the Gobi Desert on a particularly bleak day.
This astounding piece of kit has so many features it beggars belief. From a stereo lens 3D DV cam (at 1024x860 resolution), MP3 Player, mobile phone (pay as you go), to an instant image printer (using a PictBridge interface), army knife and file, lighter, and just for fun when you're not playing with all the other features a mini remote control car and helicopter, this is without doubt the ultimate in gadgetry overload.
Whilst it's a little stout and 70's like in design (it has to be fat to fit all the features and the necessary NiCad batteries) it's very easy to use and has the Omni-Static V3 interface which we all know and love. Hard to believe then that all this has been packed together so cleverly as to fit onto a key ring! Considering it's size, the stereo speakers in the flip out control panel pack an impressive punch. All in all it's got more gadgets than you can poke a stick at, and you can poke a stick at a lot of gadgets these days.
Stereo lens 3D DV cam (at 1024x860 resolution).
MP3 Player compatible with the following formats: MP3, WAV, WMA, WMV and WMD (if you can find them).
Mobile Phone (pay as you go).
Nano Racer and Nano Heli with full remote control.
Army knife and file.
Omni-Static V3 interface.
Clock with Tide Timetable for Anglesey.
Requires 2 NiCad batteries and access to a small power station.