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Altwork Station Desk & Chair Lets You Sit, Stand and Lie Down While Working: The Costanza

Altwork Station Desk & Chair Lets You Sit, Stand and Lie Down While Working: The Costanza
The past decade has seen a rise in sit to stand desks. A California startup called Altwork wants to take your working habit to the final frontier: lying down. The Altwork Station has lots of motorized and mechanical moving parts that let you work in practically any position you want.

New Amiga 1200 Case Has Expansion Slots and Different Colors: Hull Overhaul

New Amiga 1200 Case Has Expansion Slots and Different Colors: Hull Overhaul
Still playing or messing with the good old Amiga 1200? Then check out Philippe Lang’s Kickstarter. Philippe and his crew at A1200 are working on new cases for Commodore’s classic computer. Not only do they dress up the 1200’s old bones in new colors, the cases will also have slots for add-ons and expansions.
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Programmable, Mechanical & Split Keyboard: Ultimate Hacking Keyboard

Programmable, Mechanical & Split Keyboard: Ultimate Hacking Keyboard
What are you looking for in a keyboard? Comfort? Feel? Functionality? The folks at Ultimate Gadget Labs believe they’ve created the only keyboard you’ll need. It may even replace your mouse. They call it the Ultimate Hacking Keyboard.

Saber Cuts: Luke’s Lost Hand Collectible: Saw Wars

Saber Cuts: Luke’s Lost Hand Collectible: Saw Wars
Dismemberment has become a staple in Star Wars films, with Obi-Wan Kenobi being the chopping champ. Sculptor Alessandro Randi aka Codec Zombie aims to preserve the meme with a series of handcrafted collectibles that he calls Saber Cuts, starting with the series’ most famous lost limb: Luke’s right hand.

Makerarm Industrial Robotic Arm: One Stop & One Armed Shop

Makerarm Industrial Robotic Arm: One Stop & One Armed Shop
Last month we featured the Dobot, a precise robotic arm that can plot, laser engrave and pick and place objects. But if you’re looking for something even more versatile, the Makerarm might be for you. It can also draw, use a laser head and assemble objects, but you can also use it as a 3D printer, a PCB fabricator, a soldering station and even a screwdriver.

Fabric Clothing Make Dressing up LEGO Minifigs a Snap

Fabric Clothing Make Dressing up LEGO Minifigs a Snap
Korean accessory shop Leese Design is branching out from making iPhone cases with an apparel line for minifigs. Its LEGO Mini Clothes are made of washable fabric and come in a variety of designs. They’re not as detailed as action figure clothes though.

LED Bulbs with 3D Printed Skyscraper Shades: Stalaclights & Huddle

LED Bulbs with 3D Printed Skyscraper Shades: Stalaclights & Huddle
One of the advantages of LED bulbs over incandescent ones is that they generate significantly less heat. Product designer David Graas capitalized on that benefit by creating lamps with 3D printed “bulbshades”, which are diffusers that sit directly on the LED bulb.

Lian-Li PC-TU300 Carry-on Luggage Tower: LAN Party-approved

Lian-Li PC-TU300 Carry-on Luggage Tower: LAN Party-approved
Lian-Li’s luggage-style PC-TU series PC cases have a rugged design and flip handle. The first two PC-TU models could fit only mini-ITX and mini-DTX motherboards, but the new PC-TU300 has enough room for mini-ATX and ATX boards.

Tempescope: Weather in a Box

Tempescope: Weather in a Box
The weather – it’s that thing that you can easily confirm by looking out the window or literally typing “weather” on Google, yet somehow has a billion apps dedicated to it. There are so many free ways to get a weather forecast that paying $199 (USD) for it sounds insane.

Anovos First Order Stormtrooper Life-size Helmet Pre-Order Awakens

Anovos First Order Stormtrooper Life-size Helmet Pre-Order Awakens
High end prop shop Anovos is now taking discounted pre-orders for an official 1:1 replica of the First Order Stormtrooper’s helmet. The replica is made of injection-molded plastic and is based on “the digital files used in the production” of Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

Glowforge Laser Cutter: Make-A-Sketch

Glowforge Laser Cutter: Make-A-Sketch
“What if you could cut a piece of wood in half by drawing a line on it?”, Glowforge Founder and CEO Dan Shapiro asks in his interview with Tested. That’s the elevator pitch for his company’s eponymous machine: A nearly idiot proof CNC laser cutter and engraver.

Obi Laser Pet Toy: Force Distract

Obi Laser Pet Toy: Force Distract
Would you pay $80 for a laser pointer? It won’t even fit in your pants or help you pretend you’re Iron Man. But the Obi could keep pets off your back, and entertain them when you don’t have the energy or even when you’re not around.

Dobot High Precision Desktop Robot Arm: There is no Trybot

Dobot High Precision Desktop Robot Arm: There is no Trybot
Last year we featured the uArm, a desktop robot arm inspired by ABB industrial robots. It’s affordable and responsive, but it’s mostly a pick and place robot. The Dobot on the other hand appears to be precise enough for a variety of tasks.

Captain America Xbox One Laptop & Iron Man PS4 Laptop: Console War

Captain America Xbox One Laptop & Iron Man PS4 Laptop: Console War
Console laptop expert Ed Zarick keeps pushing his modding skills. His latest finished casemods are based on the upcoming Captain America: Civil War. One is a Captain America-themed Xbox One laptop and the other is an Iron Man-themed PlayStation 4 laptop.

Pendleton Star Wars Blankets: Forcelandia

Pendleton Star Wars Blankets: Forcelandia
The tentacles of Disney’s marketing are reaching markets far, far away. The entertainment giant has partnered with wool expert Pendleton to create not seven but four limited-edition Star Wars blankets. Because screw the prequels. The blankets measure 64″x 72″ and come in four designs that combine Native American patterns with imagery from Episodes IV, V, VI and VII. 

Pottery Barn Millennium Falcon Cockpit Bed: The Priciest Hunk of Junk in the Galaxy

Pottery Barn Millennium Falcon Cockpit Bed: The Priciest Hunk of Junk in the Galaxy
A couple of months ago, we featured Redditor edmcgowan’s DIY Millennium Falcon cockpit bed for his son. If you have more money than woodworking skills, you can still earn your child’s love with Pottery Barn’s officially licensed bed.
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