The new Ibiza media player from Haier starts off with many of the same features you’d find in a iPod or Zune. But the big difference with the Ibiza is that it comes with a built in live download integration with Rhapsody’s subscription service.
I’ve pretty much weened myself off of compact discs since my very first iPod, but for those of you who still enjoy your music in a flat, round format, here’s a unique CD player to listen to your oldies on.
If you wore one of those Casio calculator watches from the 80’s, here’s something else that just screams “I’m a geek, I have no girlfriend, and I don’t care.”
The chrome calculator belt buckle lets you add, subtract, multiply and divide, all from the convenience of your waistline.
Ready to get your polka on? This unassuming accordion happens to house a complete PC under hidden inside its bellows.
The Enrico accordion case mod project took an old squeezebox, gutted it out and loaded it with a Linux server, designed to store the builders’ digital music collection.
The cool modern watches from Black Dice let you check the time in style. The timepieces feature a modern, curved display consisting of 82 individual LED blocks, which animate in mesmerizing patterns before displaying the time.
Looking for a nice accessory to go with your 24-karat MacBook Pro? Got some money to burn? Why not get yourself one of these extravagant iPhones, adorned with hundreds of diamonds.
The creator of this mod, Amosu, is known for loading up mobile phones with precious gems and metals.
What better way to get your day going than with little chocolate donuts? Check out these little USB flash drives that happen to look like Homer’s favorite high-carb treat.
In addition to the traditional chocolate frosting, they’re also available in strawberry (my personal favorite) and some weird green shade too (moldy donut?)
What better way to use a couple of old Macintosh computers?
All it took was a little orange paint for the “pumpkin”, and a JPEG viewer application for the face. This is the best use for old Macs since the original MacQuarium.
With football season in full swing, why not arrive at your next tailgate party in style? This ride-on cooler not only speeds you along to your destination, it’ll keep your drinks and snacks nice and chilled on the way.
This amazing clock may have been constructed almost 400 years ago, but it’s just as bone-chilling as it was back then. To tell the time, just crack open his skull cap, and the clock is where his brains should be.
Looking for a unique gift for that Nintendo fan in your life? Check out this awesome bit of Mario-inspired decor I found over on Etsy.
Canada’s Lost Mitten crafts makes these 3-dimensional question mark boxes, perfect for your desktop, or hung from your ceiling.
These replacement shells for the Nintendo Wii bring your boring white console alive with color. Talismoon’s Evolve case kits come in a number of rich hues and dramatic mirrored styles.
I’m particularly enamored of the fiery Red Ronin case as well as the luscious emerald Green Tanto.
With Halloween just a couple of days away, it’s nice to know that geeks are feeling festive too. The guys over at Nova Lasers put together this awesome Jack-O-Lantern, illuminated by colored lasers.
Candles? We don’t need no stinking candles!
You’re sure to make a fashion statement walking down the street wearing one of these. The Snowpulse Life Bag is a special backpack that’s designed to protect hikers in the event of an avalanche.
While it may look ridiculous, I suppose that it’s actually a really good idea if you happen to spend a lot of time walking in the mountains.
One of the latest design trends in South Korea is to add ornate metallic details to their modern electronic gadgets. Now, your Nintendo DS Lite can get the metal treatment with this set of 24-karat gold decals.
This cool coffee maker offers up a smart industrial design which cleanly integrates a ceramic mug in place of a carafe. It’s perfect for making a single cup at your desk, or if you’re living a bachelor’s life.