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Category: Computing

Gui Magnets Are Sticky Little Helpers

Gui Magnets Are Sticky Little Helpers
GUIMagnets are small, flexible magnets with GUI objects on them that you can use for fun or to aid you in your website design. Ostensibly they can be used to create a “website on a whiteboard”…

Chrome Joypad is a Shiny Fingerprint Magnet

Chrome Joypad is a Shiny Fingerprint Magnet
I don’t care how much I have to buff my oily prints off of this chrome joypad. I want one. I can’t believe in all of the years that game controllers have been made that nobody…
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Mac Mini Mods: the Ultimate Collection

Mac Mini Mods: the Ultimate Collection
Japanese modder Hideo Takano must really, really love his Mac Minis. He’s gone over the top by producing not 1 or 2, but 7 different Mac Mini casemods, each with a unique look. Let’s start out…

Vulcanus: Heavy Metal Casemod by Blacksmith

Vulcanus: Heavy Metal Casemod by Blacksmith
You could do all your computing on a lightweight MacBook Air, but a real manly man would use this computer that’s so beefy that it could smash your lightweight girly-man system into a fine pulp. Hand-forged…

Jupiter Accelerometer Mouse: Whirly, Wood, Weally Expensive

Jupiter Accelerometer Mouse: Whirly, Wood, Weally Expensive
The Jupiter Mouse is a sphere of wood fashioned into a mouse that you hold in the palm of your hand to control. You move the cursor by adjusting the tilt of the mouse. The mouse…

Notebook Pc Keyboard Splits Open to Reveal 2nd Screen

Notebook Pc Keyboard Splits Open to Reveal 2nd Screen
I like to think that I know a thing or two about computers. I was beginning to think I’d seen just about everything, when I came across this fascinating oddity. What you’re looking at is a…

Make Virtual LEGO Creations on Your Mac With Bricksmith

Make Virtual LEGO Creations on Your Mac With Bricksmith
Bricksmith is an open source application that allows you to make awesome virtual Lego models on your Mac. It’s a bit like a complex, tricked-out version of this LEGO iPhone app concept. Bricksmith was created by…

Timeless Watch Seamlessly Integrates a Hidden USB Drive

Timeless Watch Seamlessly Integrates a Hidden USB Drive
The Timeless Watch seamlessly integrates a hidden usb drive that also serves as the watch’s clasp. Unlike other watches that hide a separate, detachable flash drive, this one is attached to the watch strap. The watch…

BBQ Grill Casemod: Now We’re Cooking With Gas

BBQ Grill Casemod: Now We’re Cooking With Gas
Spotted at this week’s QuakeCon 2008, this is one computer that probably doesn’t have to worry about overheating. The Barbecue Grill PC is definitely one smokin’ machine. But instead of cooking burgers and ribs, this grill…

Luxeed LED Keyboard Hits the U.S. (Finally)

Luxeed LED Keyboard Hits the U.S. (Finally)
One of the most popular posts of all time on Technabob was the wondrous Luxeed multi-color LED keyboard. While it sure looked cool, it was nearly impossible to get outside of its native land of Korea.…

Meninos Hard Drives Turn Storage Into Mini Works of Art

Meninos Hard Drives Turn Storage Into Mini Works of Art
When is a hard drive not just a hard drive? When it’s a tiny work of contemporary desktop art, of course. The artists of Brazil’s Meninos design studio first started out making these custom pop art…

“Nailed” Memory Stick – Stop: Hammer Time!

“Nailed” Memory Stick – Stop: Hammer Time!
The “nailed” memory stick makes it look like you got very frustrated with your computer, and in a fit of rage, hammered a nail into it. It sends a much different message than, say, storing your…

USB Robot 4-Port Hub is More Hub Than Robot

USB Robot 4-Port Hub is More Hub Than Robot
The incorrectly named USB Robot 4-Port Hub has 4 twistable USB ports and no discernible robot parts whatsoever. You can twist each port up to 270 degrees, although off the top of my head I can’t…

Iomega Hip Flask Storage: Don’T Drink and Hard Drive

Iomega Hip Flask Storage: Don’T Drink and Hard Drive
Hmmm. Would you rather be caught drinking on the job, or sneaking sensitive company data out of the office? Now you don’t have to choose, thanks to this new portable hard drive that looks just like…

Excel Art is Lots More Fun Than Formulas and Functions

Excel Art is Lots More Fun Than Formulas and Functions
Artist Danielle Aubert creates pixelated masterpieces using Microsoft Excel, with surprisingly dazzling results. About the project, she says, “…the drawings are a part of a series that I executed on an irregular daily basis for 16…

When is a Computer Case Not a Case at All?

When is a Computer Case Not a Case at All?
Looking for a way to keep your souped-up PC from overheating? This series of bold acrylic cases out of Japan does away with convention by doing away with the exterior case walls, thus eliminating much of…
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