Drop Me a Lime, LILAC You Mean It, Frankly Scarlet–you’ve just got to love the names of these chic new Bluetooth headsets from Jawbone… and they don’t look half bad, either. It takes a snazzy set of colors to live up to those names, for sure.
Are you a feline fanatic? Here’s a fun way to keep all of your USB devices connected to your computer.
Perhaps Neko the USB hub cat ($19.50 USD) will tickle your (cat) fancy. Just plug Neko into your computer’s USB port, and the little kitty provides 4 extra ports for connecting devices to your Windows, Mac or Linux PC.
As you probably have figured out by now, I’m a big fan of Space Invaders. I know, as a game, it really doesn’t hold up that well over the years, but as a pop-cultural icons its characters are c’est magnifique.
The Flexible Chromatic USB Hub will delight you with bright hues and a flexible design. You can fold and stretch it to your heart’s content, all while you do your USB thing.
This gadget reminds me of those toys that have colored blocks of wood connected by fabric straps, that can go either direction.
With all of the casemods I’ve seen for the Nintendo Wii, I’m surprised that I haven’t come across any Mario-themed designs in my travels. I guess it was only a matter of time before everyone’s favorite little plumber got his due.
While I don’t think these are officially sanctioned by LEGO, these whimsical MP3 players bear a striking resemblance to the colorful interlocking plastic blocks.
Homade’s LEGO-esque media players cleverly conceal their controls into the raised dots on the surface of each block.
These cute little clip-on MP3 players from Korea come in a seven candy-like colors (one for each day of the week) sure to appeal to teenage girls around the globe.
The minuscule Titi MP3 Player by Floral Mobile definitely has its sights set on Apple’s iPod Shuffle, offering a simple control interface and no display.