As expected, Apple today took the wraps off their new iMac models, and boy do they look slick. The new models will come in 20-inch and 24-inch versions, and will offer all of the capabilities that you’d want in an all-in-one computer.
This amazing work of artistry looks like your typical low-voltage desk lamp, except it’s been delicately placed inside a large glass shell.
Studio Italia Design’s dramatic Blow Table Lamp is really a sight to behold. The lighting fixture’s centerpiece is a small adjustable 12V lighting head encased inside a blown glass bubble.
I do my best to avoid showing you guys products that are just “concept” designs, so when I saw the image for this watch, I almost skipped right over it. Usually when I see industrial design work that’s as futuristic as this, I just assume it’s a conceptual mockup and move on to the next thing.
For certain current-gen consoles (espectially those that start with an “X” and end with a “360”), overheating has been a recurring problem for many of us. I’ve seen all sorts of cooling fans that claim to help with the problem, and sometimes they do.
Apple today rolled out their new high-end MacBook Pro models, ranging in price from $1999 to $2799.
Each of the Pros features a beautiful 1-inch thick aluminum case and is powered by a workhorse Intel Core 2 Duo CPU.
Based on a classic 1970s digital watch by revered French designer Roger Tallon, the Mach 2000 is a perfect melding of simplicity and technology.
French watchmaker Lip has taken Tallon’s original watch design and has reissued it for us to enjoy all over again.
These battery-operated LED lighting fixtures are perfect for the upcoming barbecue season. They look great on a picnic table or on a deck, bringing a bit of modern sensibility to the outdoors.
The oddly-named Havaleena light from Tayo Design Studio is a 20-inch tall tube with a brushed-aluminum finish and an acrylic frosted light diffuser at the top.
European design house, LEXON has introduced this new AM/FM clock radio in their 2007 collection, simply called the “Long Clock Radio.” The stereo features a slick modern design highlighted by a matte metal face and a luminous grey-on-black LCD readout.
Here’s another interesting clock brought to us by Japanese online retailer Rakuten. This space-inspired table clock mimics planets in orbit to tell time.
If you can make out the cryptic diagrams above, little metal planets orbit a larger central planet at the middle of the “universe.”
Ever wonder what’s inside those “top secret”-looking aluminum briefcases you see in spy movies?
Designed by famous German model maker Faller, this case is filled with a tiny little slot car track, complete with 1/87th scale racers and two remotes for controlling your cars.