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Sega’s Disco Ball Karaoke Machine connects to cellphones

Posted in Karaoke by Conner Flynn on November 25th, 2008

Sega’s Disco Ball Karaoke Machine connects to cellphonesIt’s time to get that Polyester out of the closet that you’ve been hanging onto for the past 30 years. Might as well put on the platform shoes too. While you’re at it, renew your crush on Olivia Newton John. Your time has come again Disco Stu.

This Sega Hitokara karaoke machine has two interesting features. it’s connected to a cloud-based database of 43,000 songs via cellphone and it’s got a spinning, light-up mirrored disco ball. ZOMG. It’s for those who love the night life and love to boogie. It will make you the new Dirk Diggler of Karaoke. Assuming of course that you really really love karaoke and disco lighting.

Disco PSP distracts from games

Posted in PSP by Conner Flynn on September 24th, 2008

Disco PSP distracts from gamesSome guy(Presumably Disco Stu from Springfield) made himself a retro, light-tastic PSP that suggests that Disco is either coming back or that the timeline has been altered and Sony has now created the PSP in 1977. The flashing Disco lights will definitely distract you from any game and get the attention of gamer ravers. The whole system consists of 30 LEDs all linked to the sound output and set to pulse in time with the music. I wonder if the modder heard whispers that said, “If you build it they will come”. They, being the Bee Gees. Video below.

Saturday Night speakers bring back disco, afros

Posted in Speakers by Conner Flynn on July 21st, 2008

Saturday Night speakers bring back disco, afros
Disco Stu doesn’t rock just any speakers. They have to be Disco-licious and authentically groovy like these Saturday Night speakers that resemble a south park character. Put on your boogie shoes and your finest polyester and get ready for some funkadelic tunes pumped through two afros.

They won’t connect to your 8-track or Hi-Fi, but they will connect with any MP3 player or computer with a standard 3.5mm mini stereo jack, and they charge via your USB port. Perfect for those who have iPods full of Barry White and the Bee Gees.

Gameboy boots for the gaming Disco Stu

Posted in Apparel by Conner Flynn on April 18th, 2008

Gameboy boots for the gaming Disco Stu
These gameboy boots certainly make a fashion statement. Something about how everything you love dies. Like Disco and Nintendo’s handheld, for instance. So why not combine the two in a space age Disco look and hit the dance floor?

These boots were designed by Helen Red Richards back in 2001 for a Nintendo campaign. Apparently the Japanese love them and wear them all the time. And why not? Nothing wrong with looking like a space cowboy. Plus, you’ll always have a pair of Gameboys handy for you and a friend.