Engineering plays a critical role in the operation of every space vessel. But where do you keep track of your notes on tuning your warp core, or the right settings to keep your transporter from turning your crewmates inside out?
It’s a notebook. It’s a Game Boy. Note Boy! Game Book! Now you’re playing with paper! This notebook looks like the classic Game Boy from your youth. But it does more than just look awesome. It has a holographic Super Mario Land screen that appears to move.
Sure, you could use the Playing Card Notebook like a regular notebook for jotting down notes and writing a grocery list, but it seems mandatory that you should use it to make your own unique playing card deck.
The last time I thought about a Moleskine notebook was in high school – when my art teacher wanted me to buy one for sketching. I remember the plain black notebooks boring, but this cool new Limited Edition Star Wars VII Lead Villain notebook isn’t.
This neat adventurer’s kit was designed by Mitch Barchi who has a lifelong passion for role-playing games. It makes D&D adventuring a very classy thing. If you have a butler or manservant you should definitely call him over and have him bring it to the table.
There are bunches of cases out there for the iPad that add a physical keyboard to make it more efficient to use when typing a lot. A new case has turned up on Kickstarter that turns the iPad Air into a laptop.
A plain old journal is not good enough for the video game fanatic. Especially after you have laid eyes on these amazing books. These mythical journals were inspired by the Legend of Zelda games and they get all of the details pitch perfect.
There’s something I love about high-quality notebooks. They will keep your notes pristine for years, and can be easily referenced. Naturally, there are plenty of different good quality notebooks available from other manufacturers like Rhodia, but there’s just something perfect about tracking notes and events in a Star Wars Moleskine Planner.
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While you can take plenty of notes with laptops and tablets, it’s still convenient to be able to note stuff down in a notebook with a pen. If you’ve ever wanted to easily digitize everything that you jot down, take a look at the Evernote Moleskine Smart Notebook.
Ever since book-inspired iPad covers first appeared, there have been more and more available, including some directly from Moleskine. Personally, I like my iPad covers to do just two things: protect my iPad and double as a stand.
The Smartphone Notebook 2 from the Korean studio Nothing Design Group integrates your iPhone with a notebook – but I’m not talking about a laptop – it’s a paper-based notebook that has a special notch carved into all of its pages so that your iPhone can be cradled inside of it.
For over 20 years, gamers have been using a mouse to control their video games. Over the last couple of years, motion controls such as the Kinect, Move and Wii-mote have become common on game console, and are starting to make their way to PC gaming and other computer uses as well.