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Aluminum Keyboard Buddy Case turns your iPad 2 into a MacBook Air

Posted in iPad accessories by Conner Flynn on July 7th, 2011

Is that a MacBook Air? Why no, it’s MIC’s new Aluminum Keyboard Buddy Case, which offers both a protective case and an almost full QWERTY keyboard for your iPad 2. When you close it, the Buddy Case’s magnets will even put your iPad to sleep.

It is powered by a rechargeable lithium-polymer battery and will cost you $50. It only holds your iPad at one angle though which is annoying.

LaCie and Porsche Unveil New Aluminum Hard Drives

Posted in External Hard Drives by Reuben Drake on June 28th, 2011

LaCie and Porsche Design have joined forces before to make beautiful external hard drives together and now they have done it again. They have just unveiled two new hard drives: the LaCie Porsche Design Mobile P’9220 and the Desktop P’9230 Hard Drives.

These hard drives both have fast USB 3.0 ports and a super sleek aluminum frame that is a real beauty. Pricing for the mobile hard drive starts at $104.99 for the 500GB model, while $119.99 is the price for the Desktop hard drive with 1TB of data, and the 2TB model is $159.99. Both will be available soon.

Sleek Audio’s Aluminum and Carbon Fiber SA7 Headphones

Posted in Earbuds by Conner Flynn on April 15th, 2010

Headphones break down so often, you’ve probably wished you had a pair that would last a lifetime. Well, Sleek Audio claims that this pair will. At $400, I hope they are right.

The SA7 headphones are made from military-grade solid aluminum and carbon fiber. The two drivers are even protected by shock-absorbent silicone and can withstand 14,000 Gs, according to the company.

WaSaBi aluminum DSi cases

Posted in Nintendo DSi by Conner Flynn on September 4th, 2009

WaSaBi aluminum DSi casesThese “WaSaBi” cases from Gametech will dress up your handheld system and add some protection as well. They’ll cost you $27 and they are available now. You have six versions to choose from for your DSi, DS, or PSP.

It beats a plain old one color DSi and yours will look unique. Until someone steals it from you because they also think it looks nice. But until then, by all means enjoy it.

Averatec N3400 13-Inch aluminum notebook

Posted in Notebooks by Conner Flynn on July 27th, 2009

Averatec N3400 13-Inch aluminum notebookAveratec’s N3400 is a 13.3″ notebook that weighs in at 3.8lbs, which is pretty light for this category of notebook. The outer shell seems to be made of aluminum, but the rest looks like typical materials. It’s available now for $799. Here are some of the specs:

Intel T3400 2.16Ghz (a CULV would have been cooler), 13.3″ 1280×1024 with 1.3MP webcam, 3GB DDR 2m 800Mhz (8GB max), 250GB hdd, DVD drive, 3x USB, 3.5mm audio in/out, VGA, Multi-format card reader and WiFi-N, Bluetooth, Gigabit Ethernet.

Sony’s aluminum VGP-BMS10 Bluetooth laser mouse

Posted in Mouse by Conner Flynn on June 16th, 2009

Sony's aluminum VGP-BMS10 Bluetooth laser mouseIf you’re looking for something a bit more attractive in a laser mouse, check out this shiny aluminum beauty. The VGP-BMS10 Bluetooth mouse features an aluminum case and a sliding cover that also acts as an on/off switch, and will protect the buttons and wheel.

That’s really all we know. Ourselves, our readers and little children all have questions left unanswered. Such as…Mommy, is this where all of our recycled aluminum cans go? Sadly, probably not dear.

Apple to sell $899 20-inch aluminum iMac to schools

Posted in Apple by Conner Flynn on April 13th, 2009

Apple releases the new iMac’s made of glass and aluminum along with other upgradesThis week Apple quietly announced plans to start selling aluminum 20-inch iMacs to qualified educational institutions for just $899. That means that qualified schools can pre-order an $899 20-inch iMac equipped with a 2.0 Ghz Intel Core 2 Duo, 1 GB of memory, 160 GB hard drive, 8x SuperDrive, and NVIDIA GeForce 9400M graphic card.

The new configuration is replacing the $899 Apple 17-inch iMac sold to those same institutions since 2006. It allows institutions hit hard by tax revenue declines to continue to factor Macs into their refined budgets.

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New alleged MacBook aluminum case photos surface

Posted in MacBook by Conner Flynn on October 12th, 2008

New alleged MacBook aluminum case photos surfaceChinese blog MacX has some interesting looking pics that they are alleging is the MacBook Pro casing. I guess nobody is going to know for sure until the MacBook 2008 event, but they appear to be the real deal and it fits with previous leaked images that have made their way around the web. The images are clear and don’t appear Photoshop-ish.

Suissa Enlighten wood & aluminum PC

Posted in Computer Components by Conner Flynn on May 27th, 2008

Suissa Enlighten wood & aluminum PC
The Enlighten PC from Suissa Computers has a bit of an odd design. It looks more like a great bit of art deco furniture or a retro speaker. We first told you about it here. It’s a custom wood, metal and glass case that has separated components that helps to boost cooling. It’s not just a crap computer inside either. You get a choice of Intel Quad core CPU or AMD X2 6400+ processors, with 4GB of RAM and 1TB of storage standard. You get a DVD burner and a choice of NVIDIA 8800GTX or ATI Radeon HD2900XT video cards.

Interestingly, the system is designed so that you don’t need many fans. It’s all about the engineering and where they placed the components, with the aluminum and air venting keeping it all cool. It’s a limited edition of only ten machines, so if you want one you better hurry up. No word on pricing. All I know is it looks damn cool and damn retro. That makes me want it.

Enermax drops new keyboards in black and silver

Posted in Keyboards by Conner Flynn on May 12th, 2008

Enermax drops new keyboards in black and silver
Keyboards are mostly made out of plastic, which means that with few exceptions, they aren’t very durable and they aren’t very pretty. Which is why this shiny keyboard caught your attention. That’s exactly what Enermax wanted to do with it’s KB006U keyboard. It’s constructed from aluminum, so you are not going to want to abuse it by slamming a hand into it after losing to your opponent in a game.

The KB006U keyboard will be available in silver and black, at least in Japan on May 18th. It also includes a few USB 2.0 ports to hook up more peripherals. No word on price yet.

Gais Lisire 2.1 aluminum speakers

Posted in Speakers by Conner Flynn on April 5th, 2008

Gais Lisire 2.1 aluminum speakers
If you are looking for some speakers that look totally different, check out these tubular Gais Lisire 2.1 aluminum speakers. The Gais Lisire Series 020 is a complete 2.1 channel sound system with aluminum cylindrical styling. The Lisire’s aluminum covered ported subwoofer tube is 12-inches wide and is accompanied by a pair of matching satellite speakers.

The sub is powered by a built-in 6-watt amp and the satellites output 2.5-watts per channel. Perfect for your PC or a small stereo. These are now coming to the states for $199.99.

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