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iCog Hades Keyboard for iPad Takes Your Typing to a Different Century

iCog Hades Keyboard for iPad Takes Your Typing to a Different Century
Your 3rd Gen iPad may be the newest tablet on the block, but you can instantly make it look a few centuries old by stuffing it inside the iCog Hades.

eyeMac Difference Engine of Wickedness: Steampunk Computing at Its Finest

eyeMac Difference Engine of Wickedness: Steampunk Computing at Its Finest
Despite all its brass and wood bits and bobs, this retro-fantastic machine hides beneath its surface a fully-functional iMac. The eyeMac Difference Engine of Wickedness is the creation of David Lee of Hatton Cross Steampunk, and it’s definitely one of the best looking steampunk computer mods I’ve seen.
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Own Justin Bieber’s Steampunk Robot Arm

Own Justin Bieber’s Steampunk Robot Arm
I didn’t even know that Justin Bieber had a steampunk robot arm, but then again, I don’t really follow the Biebs. I’m not exactly in his target demo. Apparently, he donned this curious bit of steampunk wear for a photo shoot and a holiday music video a few months back.

Metal Skull Dude is One Hard-Headed Bloke

Metal Skull Dude is One Hard-Headed Bloke
If you’re looking for something really cool and unusual to decorate your place with, check out this awesome metal skull I spotted over on Etsy today.

Steampunk Sony VAIO F Goes Back to the Victorian Era

Steampunk Sony VAIO F Goes Back to the Victorian Era
Is your laptop feeling too modern and shiny for you? Why not give it a retro redo? With the eCog Mercury mod, you can give your Sony VAIO a serious steampunk makeover, and send your 21st century gadget all the way back to the 19th century.

Solar Powered Turbine Steampunk Pocket Watch is Perfect for Doctor Who

Solar Powered Turbine Steampunk Pocket Watch is Perfect for Doctor Who
Whenever the next version of the Doctor comes along, he’s going to need a new wardrobe and some accessories. I would like to suggest that he have the watch on his person. It’s old, yet modern.

Trumstand iPhone Dock: Your iPhone Joins The Brass Section

Trumstand iPhone Dock: Your iPhone Joins The Brass Section
In my case, I’d rather spend money on a killer pair of headphones than speakers, because of where I live. That doesn’t stop me from wondering how this iPhone dock actually sounds. Like many other systems, this one from Japan amplifies the sound of your iDevice without electricity.

If You Think Your 3D Glasses are Bulky, Try The Digital Stereoscope on for Size

If You Think Your 3D Glasses are Bulky, Try The Digital Stereoscope on for Size
We all know how cumbersome 3D glasses can be, and the holy grail of 3D is glasses-free tech. But that didn’t stop one guy from going completely the opposite direction. This 3D digital viewer not only requires that you look through lenspieces, but that you stoop over a wooden box to watch content.

Neo-Victorian Cell Phone Still Smaller (and More Stylish) Than 1980s Brick Phones

Neo-Victorian Cell Phone Still Smaller (and More Stylish) Than 1980s Brick Phones
If you’re sick and tired of your modern, touchscreen smartphone, then have I got a deal for you. This retro-styled cellphone is sure to stand out from the crowd.

Handmade LED Watch: It’S Digital, but Still Steampunk-Y

Handmade LED Watch: It’S Digital, but Still Steampunk-Y
While it seems dubious that anyone in the Victorian era had an LED wristwatch, that didn’t stop Eric Schleapfer from putting one together himself. This steampunk LED wristwatch uses a LED wristwatch board. The watch is constructed from a small piece of oak and some pieces of brass sheet and tubing.

Steampunk R2-D2: Brass, Glass and Wood Droid

Steampunk R2-D2: Brass, Glass and Wood Droid
This steampunk R2-D2 has been lovingly made out of wood and brass. Although the astromech droid is now too small to fit an actor, he’s got some nice dials and knobs. It was created by the artist Amoeblablok who says that he won’t be selling off this steampunk droid on eBay, but he wants to find a home for it.

Datamancer’s Sojourner Keyboard Looks Antique, Priced Like an Antique

Datamancer’s Sojourner Keyboard Looks Antique, Priced Like an Antique
Looking like something that Junktown mayor Killian Darkwater might have in his office, the Sojourner keyboard refuses to blend in with the sleek and square modern computers of today. The Sojourner packs a modern keyboard’s guts into something that looks like it has a story behind it, something with a soul, something historic, aged, expensive, while actually being none of the above.

Wood and Brass iPod Mini: the Druid’S Music Player

Wood and Brass iPod Mini: the Druid’S Music Player
Nature lover/not quite hip iPod owner Josh D shows us what Dremel and good taste can do. Josh D sent his iPod mini to a time way way way before retro by equipping it with a cedar wood case with brass screws and plates.

Steampunk Brass Synthesizer Blows My Mind

Steampunk Brass Synthesizer Blows My Mind
I always thought analog synthesizers were inherently retro. Just not quite this retro. This unbelievable steampunk modular synthesizer features tons of dials and intricate brass etching throughout. All of the buttons and knobs were hand lathed, and the synth includes a number of antique parts as well.

Steampunk Mouse Looks Like Something Out of Dune

Steampunk Mouse Looks Like Something Out of Dune
How’d you like a mouse like this connected to your PC? Looking like a mix between an electric shaver and some sort of mini tank, this Steampunk pointer definitely stands out from the pack (or more accurately in the case of mice, it’s actually known as a “mischief” – go figure).

Steampunk USB Memory: Flash, Ah Ah.

Steampunk USB Memory: Flash, Ah Ah.
This intricate retro sci-fi USB memory drive comes to us courtesy of an enterprising modder over in Russia. Meticulously crafted from hand-polished brass and copper, the USB drive reminds me of something out of the art deco neo-future of Buck Rogers – or perhaps more apropos – Flash Gordon.
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