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Sometimes, all it takes to size an object up is one look. It doesn’t have to be a very long gaze or detailed inspection. And in the case of Sharp’s new AQUOS IS11H Phone, it just takes a second or two to glance at the images and know that these phones are geared towards Japanese women.
I’ve mentioned before that when it comes to gadgets and electronics, my wife and I are fundamentally different. I want something that looks cool, but primarily it has to work. I am the form follows function type.
I can say with a high degree of certainty that this is not the new iPhone 4G.
Nope, in fact, this strange oval phone is actually called the “Leady Apple.” I assume that the bad Chinese translation was supposed to say “Lady Apple”, given it’s girlish figure.
My wife uses her iPhone for listening to music a lot. She uses these cheap pink earphones when she listens that sound worse than the stock Apple earphones. The other day I got a really nice set of earphones for her from V-Moda that sound great.
This little square box looks more like a makeup compact case than a mobile phone, but it’s definitely designed for making phone calls.
The compact K-Touch X90+ features an unusual twist-out keyboard that hides behind the screen of the square phone display.
I barely even notice most purses, which is pretty simple because I’m a guy. But hey, this looks like a great purse to me!
This makes the perfect Valentine’s gift for your girlfriend. On top of showing her how much of a geek you were for buying it, she gets this great purse that’s actually made out of 393 individual computer keys!
When I think of the word “boombox,” it usually conjures up visions of a massive luggable stereo, powered by 8 “D”-Cell batteries, riding along on the shoulder of some urban youth, while Boogaloo Shrimp does his best poppin’ and lockin’ to the rhythm.
As far as custom controller go, this particular project isn’t loud (though yeah, bright), it isn’t overdone, and it isn’t sparkling with a bank of flashing lights… and that’s probably why the final effect is so entirely sleek and professional.
Here’s a girly-girl accessory that looks much more like a swanky piece of jewelry than a storage device for your computer.
But beneath the surface of this sparkly bejeweled bracelet is a hidden USB flash drive.
Here’s a fun accessory for you retro gamer girls out there.
This old school NES controller purse was handcrafted by artist inhope. The bag was stitched together from pieces of handcut vinyl, and is a dead ringer for the iconic grey, black and red 8-bit controller.
Okay, ladies, if you’re looking to hide your data in the form of a giant, shiny pendant (that no one would ever steal, right? right?), then you’re going to want to check this out. After all, it’s shiny, and a necklace, and did I mention it’s shiny?
In a perfect world, there wouldn’t be any female gamers, but instead, just gamers. Instead, sadly, we live in this world, and someone thinks girl gamers feel the need to disguise their gear as clutch bags and makeup.
These cool necklaces feature a recycled computer key fused to a hand-cut glass tile. The perfect gift for the geeky girl in your life!
These beauts are handmade by Capitola Girl Jewelry. She sells them on Etsy for 29 bucks.
Instructables contributors never cease to amaze me with the wonders they conceptualize and create. We may have reached the craftastic zenith with these DIY stuffed animal headphones. I myself have never felt the urge for my ears to cuddle up with my headphones, but maybe I’m missing out.
These ostentatious shoes and boots are embedded with working Gameboys. The best part? You can pop out the Gameboys and play with them!
Like almost every other cutting-edge, kooky techno-fashion mashup, these have been spotted on teenage girls in Japan.