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Tag: Accessories

A True Gentleman Tucks His Nintendo Ds Into Classy Accesories

A True Gentleman Tucks His Nintendo Ds Into Classy Accesories
The Professor Layton series may not be quite as big in the western world as it is in Japan, but that doesn’t mean we can’t appreciate a good puzzle–or a cracking good Nintendo DS case. This booklike case not only offers protection for your handheld… it intellectualizes it, too!

Finally, Expensive Furniture to Store Your Rock Band Instruments in

Finally, Expensive Furniture to Store Your Rock Band Instruments in
If you were just dying to drop another big pile of money on your Rock Band hobby, you’re in luck: check out this sweet ottoman designed to hold your gear! No more drum kit shoved into the corner of the living room.

Riiflex: Add Some Weight to Wii Fit

Riiflex: Add Some Weight to Wii Fit
If you prefer sweatin’ with a Wii remote over doing the same with the “oldies,” you might be the target audience for the Riiflex. Also: those of you who really dig filling up your houses with Wii accessories, pay attention.

Mp3 Belt Buckle Perfect for Wrestlers, Truck Drivers

Mp3 Belt Buckle Perfect for Wrestlers, Truck Drivers
What could say “I really know how to dress myself” more than a nice big brass belt buckle. You know – the type that’s so huge that you dare not try to bend at the waist, lest you puncture an internal organ?

M.U.S.C.L.E. Men Tag Team Your USB

M.U.S.C.L.E. Men Tag Team Your USB
If you remember the NES game M.U.S.C.L.E. as one of the worst (and silliest) timewasters in all of history, then these tiny USB wrestlers are just the thing you want exercising suggestively on your desk. In Japan, these fellows are well-known figures from the Kinnikuman manga.

Solid Wood Computer Peripherals

Solid Wood Computer Peripherals
While the rest of the world continues to become more and more plastic, the folks over at Wood Contour are interested in using natural materials in their products. For starters, Wood Contour offers keyboards, mice and monitors constructed from solid hardwoods such as cherry, mahogany, beech, oak, ash, and maple.

Classic Arcade Game Scarves: Keep Warm, Look Cool

Classic Arcade Game Scarves: Keep Warm, Look Cool
Looking for a unique gift for the gamer geek in your life? You might want to check out these handmade scarves inspired by classic video games. B2D4’s (bits to die for) retro arcade scarves feature graphics from such classics as Space Invaders, Boot Hill and Pong among others.

Belkin Shows Zune Accessories

Belkin Shows Zune Accessories
In case you’re planning on picking up Microsoft’s new Zune player for the holidays, you might want to check out some of these new accessories being offered by Belkin: TuneBase FM Transmitter($79.99): Broadcast tunes to your car stereo; able to work in either portrait or landscape mode TunePower ($59.99): Special case which includes a battery for up to 6 hours of extra playtime and a “kickstand” for hands-free video viewing Acrylic Case ($29.99) Folio Leather Kickstand Case ($29.99) Microfiber Holster Case($29.99) Neoprene Sports Armband Case ($29.99) Sports Jacket Case with Armband ($19.99) ClearScreen Overlay ($14.99) All accessories should be released in North America by the end of November.

USB Flash Drive Built Into Wristbands

USB Flash Drive Built Into Wristbands
Imation has developed these convenient USB flash drives which are integrated into a rubber wristband (think Lance Armstrong’s “Livestrong” bracelets). The memory bracelets are available in sizes from 32mb all the way up to 1gb of storage and 8 colors.

Geek Chic: Dot Matrix Wallet

Geek Chic: Dot Matrix Wallet
Throw out that old duct tape wallet! It’s time for the latest wallet for the

Microsoft Wireless Keyboards to Feature Backlighting

Microsoft Wireless Keyboards to Feature Backlighting
One of the great challenges of having an HTPC or Media Center PC as part of your home theater is finding a wireless keyboard that can actually be operated in a dimly-lit room. Microsoft seeks to change that with their Wireless Entertainment Desktop 8000 (not to be confused with Creative’s Keyboard with the same name), which is the first rechargeable wireless keyboard to feature backlighting.