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Niyari Atari 400 Style Keyboard

Posted in Keyboards by Conner Flynn on April 20th, 2011

Here’s a nice looking keyboard with retro stylings. It looks like it came straight out of the 80s. The Niyari Atari 400 Style keyboard is a USB keyboard that is compatible with Microsoft Windows 2000/ XP/ Vista and Windows 7.

The Niyari Atari 400 Style keyboard will give you 112 keys and a burning desire to play some old school Atari. This retro keyboard will cost you just 11,980 Yen ($148.55). It is expensive, but that design is awesome.

BlackBerry Style officially launches October 31st for $99 on Sprint

Posted in BlackBerry by Conner Flynn on October 18th, 2010

Well, looks like what we reported last week is now official. It will be arriving on Sprint on Halloween. This device runs the all new BlackBerry OS6, has a 6 megapixel cam, and two high resolution displays (one external, one internal).

Other features include built-in GPS and WiFi, and a microsSDHC slot for up to 32GB of storage. You can preorder it as soon as tomorrow and it will ship on October 31st. It will cost you $99 on contract after a mail-in rebate.

BlackBerry Style may hit Sprint on Halloween

Posted in BlackBerry by Conner Flynn on October 12th, 2010

The BlackBerry Style is headed for Sprint and according to BGR, the device temporarily codenamed the Oxford will be a Sprint-exclusive. The Style would arrive at Sprint on October 31 in gray. It will apparently become available in purple at a later date.

The flip phone will have BlackBerry 6 preloaded, a 5-megapixel camera, a QWERTY keyboard, Wi-Fi, GPS and EVDO Rev. A support for its 3G. Bluetooth is onboard, and the handset should come bundled with an 8GB microSDHC memory card.

Volume Knob earphones keep your music retro

Posted in Earbuds by Conner Flynn on July 5th, 2010

You are always turning up the volume anyway, might as well make a statement about it. The Volume Knob Earphones look awesomely retro, like old school volume knobs.

These ear buds come with two sets of tips, but they do not seem to feature any working volume controls. We just think they look awesome. Too bad they can’t mute out the wife or kids. Best of all, they will only cost you $15. That’s a lot of style for $15.

Tokyoflash Gridlock watch

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on May 23rd, 2010

Tokyoflash, makers of high-end nerdware, have yet another futuristic watch. The Gridlock watch features an asymmetrical design with a curved, brushed metal case, a black screen and an orange interface. I know, you have the usual question. How the hell do you read this one?

Well, the hours are displayed on the left in highlighted squares, while the minutes on the right in digits. It’s not nearly as tough to read as some of their other watches, but just as good looking.

HP Wireless Comfort Mouse gets style

Posted in Mouse by Conner Flynn on August 24th, 2009

HP Wireless Comfort Mouse gets styleLooks like you have another choice when it comes to a stylish mouse. HP is rolling out their new Comfort mice with new and updated designs aimed at younger users. The HP Wireless Comfort Mobile Mouse in Red sports a flowery design and a special sculpted fit for maximum comfort. It also features a 4-way tilt scroll wheel and a few programmable buttons.

The HP Wireless Comfort Mouse HDX has similar features, but with a blue design. While the HP Wireless Comfort Mobile Mouse in Expresso boasts a modern black design with white circles. They will cost you from $14.99 to $49.99 depending on the design.

Cassette tape lamps

Posted in Lamps by Conner Flynn on July 28th, 2009

Cassette tape lampWe all have a special place in our hearts for the Cassette tape, despite the fact that we would never EVER go back to using them. Remember what a pain it was to rewind and fast forward? Bottom line: Cassette tapes make better lamps.

And these lamps pump me so full of nostalgia that they have fast forwarded my heart, ejected it from my chest, flipped it over to the B side and made it start beating again. We want one real bad.


Toshiba Stainless Style 720p HDTV

Posted in Toshiba by Conner Flynn on July 23rd, 2009

Toshiba Stainless Style 720p HDTV Toshiba has just unveiled a truly kitchen-friendly TV with the 19LV612U. The 18.5-inch set features a built-in slot-loading DVD player, integrated ATSC / NTSC / QAM TV tuner and a 1,366 x 768 native resolution. And just look at that stainless steel coating, which will match your other modern appliances.

Some other specs include a brightness of 300, a 1,000:1 contrast ratio, 5ms response time, HDMI / VGA inputs, a headphone jack and VESA mount support. It will distract you from preparing and eating meals this September for a price of $349.99. I wonder if it cleans up easy.

Swine Flu surgical mask designs protect you in style

Posted in Humor by Conner Flynn on April 30th, 2009

Swine Flu surgical mask designs protect you in styleJust because you’re afraid of the dreaded Swine Flu doesn’t mean you have to look like Michael Jackson. These masks will keep you smiling during this scary time and all the other scares that are sure to follow in the 21st century.

No one knows what to think with so much conflicting info. Is it an epidemic? A pandemic? Can you catch it from bacon? Who knows? So instead of looking like a boring TV doctor in surgery, hit the town in style and look like a demented doctor.

Forget steampunk, check out the Art Deco keyboard

Posted in Keyboards by Conner Flynn on April 20th, 2009

Forget steampunk, check out the Art Deco keyboardI always wondered why more modders don’t go for the Art Deco look. I mean Steampunk is awesome when done right, but Art Deco is just as cool. It figures that it would be Datamancer who bridges the gap. They created this awesome Steampunk keyboard, and now are into art deco. It’s about time too.

Hit the link for more pics. Take it all in visually. Then you tell me if Art Deco is making a comeback. If you have a pulse, then you’ll know that the answer is yes.

Brionvega radio gets a 21st century upgrade

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

Brionvega radio gets a 21st century upgradeThis BrionVega desktop radio is based on a radio that the company actually made back in 1965 in Italy. The RR227 is an update of Marco Zanuso and Richard Sapper’s RR127 radio. The updated model features AM and FM radio tuners, plus it can play MP3 or WMA digital audio files. You load tunes on it by popping an SD card into the slot. There’s also an AUX jack for connecting your iPod or other media player too.

The design lets you set it down either horizontally or vertically and still be able to use the tuning dial easily. The radio comes in white, black or red. All look great. Also features a 3-watt amp, and there’s a headphone jack. It comes with an AC power pack and will also run on batteries.


Ctrl-Alt-Del pillows for a style reboot

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on April 8th, 2009

Ctrl-Alt-Del pillows for a style rebootThe Mac fanboys have their Mac-O-Lantern pillows. Your laptop has the Log pillow. These pillows can be just for you.

They’ll give you a style reboot just by being there. But be careful. Leaning on all three at once will warp time and space, changing the reality around you. Might be a good idea to have a task manager blanket handy.

Schimmel “Ferrari” piano

Posted in Musical Instruments by Conner Flynn on April 5th, 2009

Schimmel "Ferrari" pianoUp until recently, Pianos hadn’t really changed very much. Ever. But lately Schimmel has taken the piano and evolved it in great quantum leaps. Like the Pegasus grand piano for instance. This particular incarnation pictured above makes it look like the piano will take off and take you for a wild ride.

It’s dubbed the Schimmel Pegasus Guoqin. It sports the Ferrari Rosso Red finish and styling, only missing the horse logo. I guess it isn’t officially endorsed. The price is $410,000. Which means, if you can afford this, you likely already own a Ferrari.

Ping Pong dining table

Posted in Furniture by Conner Flynn on March 31st, 2009

Ping Pong dining tableThe Ping Pong dining table is two tables in one. Forget dinner and a movie, treat your date to some dinner and a game of Ping Pong. You know how much use you get out of your dinner table? Hardly any, when it isn’t dinner time. It’s a one trick pony. A waste of space. But this table pulls double duty.

When you aren’t eating, you are always up for a game of Ping Pong, right? Damn straight skippy. Now you can play Ping Pong any time you like…Except during dinner, unless you want a really interesting game.

Ericsson’s W3x series HSPA Mobile Broadband routers sport good looks

Posted in Routers by Conner Flynn on March 24th, 2009

Ericsson's W3x Series HSPA Mobile Broadband Routers3G routers aren’t new, even though many of us don’t have one. Those who do own one don’t have any this good looking. Ericsson must have finally seen the light and realized that these devices don’t have to look ugly. The Ericsson W30 Data Router and Ericsson W35 Data and Voice Router just slipped past the FCC, and they do indeed look sexy.

They can get HSPA / UMTS / GSM data and toss it out over WiFi and Ethernet. They can also share a USB printer. The W35 adds voice and fax capability. No word on price or availability. Mostly we’re just excited to see a router this nice looking.

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