Looking for a gift for the Nintendo fan who has everything? How about a crystal encrusted game system?
Masters of all things bejeweled, Crystal Icing will embellish your DS Lite with the likeness of Mario and his flying Koopa nemesis for $350.
If you’re looking for some deluxe speakers to complement your shmancy crystal radio, look no further than these noisemakers from ELAC.
Their new 240 series speakers feature drivers that look like crystal. They’re made from aluminum covered with a angled crystalline surface that mimics the look of a cut precious gem.
Sure, there are plenty of companies making arcade cabinets these days, but I’ve never seen one quite like this. The cabinet is translucent and gives you a light show while you get your game on.
In what’s probably the least subtle cabinet design ever made, Official Game Haven’s CrystalCade arcade system is loaded up with tons of brightly- colored LEDs which cycle through various programmable patterns.
Tivoli Audio is well known for their high quality compact audio systems. Now you can pick up one of their radios in a very special, limited edition.
Working with Scandanavian glass artist Per B. Sundberg, they are offering a Tivoli Model One radio that’s been dressed up in a suit of handcrafted crystal.
If you’re the adventurous type and think the stock case design for the Nintendo Wii is a bit bland, look no further. Check out the new I-Case Chameleon from Team Xtender.
The clear replacement shell features a cool glow in multiple LED colors.
ThinkGeek has been on a roll lately with some great cubicle schwag inspired by the cult classic movie, Office Space.
This desk embellishment is perfect for those of you who just can’t get enough meaningless corporate awards.