Crave: Want a bed with a Cool Zone? Video
Crave: Want a bed with a Cool Zone? Video Transcript
>> The latest camera to flip out about. A bed you could all chill in. Plus, iJustine back in the studio -- say, what's up.
>> All that and more of this new Crave. ^M00:00:09 [ Music ] ^M00:00:10
>> What's up guys, you're watching Crave for all things cool on our Crave blog at crave.cnet.com. I'm joined by the lovely Ms. iJustine.
>> Hey, what's up?
>> Coming back for a second round.
>> And I'm excited.
>> So, what have you been up to lately?
>> Well, actually I just moved to San Francisco for the month.
>> And then I'm gonna be heading to L.A. to shoot a show, and you know [inaudible].
>> What's the show about and you know maybe get people a little sneaky, a little tidbit.
>> It's called the Really Big Internet Show. So I'm kind of excited. This is with Carlson Daily in Madison Road.
>> So, we're gonna have a bunch of YouTube stars talking about the Internet, doing cool stuff.
>> Alright, so we're here for Crave, you got something in your hand.
>> I do.
>> What'd you got?
>> Okay, I know the last time I was here I was talking about the flips, well guess what. There's a new one and this is the Flip Mino. It's increasingly smaller -- the best part about it is now, it will charge while you're, you know sinking your videos. I have three other flips and this one is now -- I'm taking precedence.
>> So, are you like their billboard or something like that?
>> No, I'm just a fan girl.
>> Yeah, you're something really [inaudible]. And the thing that I got on the Crave blog, it's an air-conditioned bed. It takes cold air from your head and it shoots it through this pad that's a thin membrane and it cools your body. So it cools your booty or back all the way down.
>> It gets cool air from your head?
>> That's what it says on description. It's looks really cool though, like it's hot. It's the summer, c'mon now.
>> I -- hey you know.
>> And so, this device in my hand is from Brickhouse Security.
>> It's a GPS tracker and basically if I put this in your bag or someone that I know, I can go to the Internet and figure it out where they are. Anywhere, anytime I can even set like a 10-mile perimeter and if they leave that perimeter, it will send me an email and tell me where they are. So we wanna ask people what they thought about this.
>> Do you want me to carry it around for a while?
>> Yeah, I won't stop you.
>> So, we're gonna find out on the streets, what people thought about the GPS Tracker.
>> I guess it's a giving if you know if maybe you have a child or if you have a teenager and you know, you don't have any trust in them.
>> You need to know where they are at all times. Kind of like Brook Hogan and her Dad. I would Crave it if I was a parent.
>> I don't think I would right now. I think it's a little bit creepy that you can track someone like that. I don't Crave it.
>> I think it's a great tool for stalkers, but I can't really see myself using that. Maybe in my backpack if someone steals it. I will say, do not Crave.
>> I can't -- I think it's a little too Big Brother I think. It's -- oh, it's just not right in any way, in any means. I don't Crave it, that's a [inaudible].
>> So we heard what people thought. Now, would you ever use this on like a boyfriend or a guy you wouldn't trust?
>> Really? Up to no good?
>> Put it in his back pocket. Yeah, I know where you're at. I just got the email.
>> Yeah, alright. Now, you weren't here before, but we do a lot of nicknames -- you already got one iJustine.
>> That's my nickname.
>> Right now, we're gonna talk about the nicknames that you guys sent in and here are a couple of interesting ones. So the first one we have is from James Cho in New York and this is for Natali he wrote, "How about Miss Conte Cayote because she looks like one of the sexy girls from the movie Cayote." I don't know about you, do you ever wanna be compared to an animal, a dog like animal.
>> No. Not, not.
>> Not quite.
>> Okay, James, you're gotta work on your game, buddy. Alright, next stop, we have Aviv in Quebec and he wrote in, "I have chosen Spanish nicknames: El Guapo which means a brave or tough man." This is for Natali, okay.
>> A brave or tough man?
>> Dude, c'mon.
>> "Or Colibri which means hummingbird." That's better, right?
>> That's cute, I like that.
>> Okay, or finally, my favorite, "Abuela which means Grandma."
>> If I ever see this guy in the street...
>> Now, here are the top two that we picked. First stop we got Brian Eng and he gave Natali the name, "Natali Del Caliente." Oh, so hot.
>> Oh-la la.
>> And then finally, Simon Stucker says, "Since Natalie is clearly the hottest thing to hit CNET, yes, including the iPhone 3G, her new nickname should be 'Firefoxy.'"
>> See, that was one's kind of -- that one's cool. That was a good one, right.
>> That's nice.
>> Okay, we'll see you guys, next week. Check out the blog, crave.cnet.com and we'll catch you next week. ^M00:04:05 [ Music ] ^M00:04:08
>> I'm a handsome man? Abuela -- grandmother? Why? I don't even have kids? Natali Del Caliente? Alright. Firefoxy. I don't even know what to say.
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