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Hello Kitty limited edition Casio Exilim EX-Z2 with 12.1 megapixels available for pre-order

Posted in Cameras by Conner Flynn on August 5th, 2009

Hello Kitty limited edition Casio Exilim EX-Z2 with 12.1 megapixels available for pre-orderApparently it’s Hello Kitty’s 35th anniversary despite the fact that every year seems like an anniversary with all of the kitty branded crap that gets regurgitated onto the market like tasty gadget hairballs. This is not the first Casio digital camera we’ve seen carrying the face of HK, but the Exilim EX- Z2 is the first 12.1-megapixel version we’ve ever seen.

And what would it be if it were not covered in Swarovskis and dipped in pink? This Casio features a 2.7-inch LCD, and a 3 x optical zoom, plus it looks like the package comes with the following: a camera case, lanyard, and giant pink tribble thing.

PinkTooth Bluetooth headset for the ladies

Posted in Accessories by Shane McGlaun on March 30th, 2009

pinktoothheadset-sbMost of the Bluetooth headsets that you can get for mobile phones on the market today are black or silver things that look like they were designed for guys. There are a few Bluetooth headsets around that are pink or look like something women would like, but not many.

A company called ChicBuds and announced a Bluetooth headset specifically for women called the PinkTooth headset. The device connects to any Bluetooth-enabled phone and is good for 200 hours of standby time and six hours of talk time.

Philips Active Crystals USB Robot Dreamy Tina

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on March 11th, 2009

Philips Active Crystals USB Robot Dreamy TinaFor those of you who like crystals and cute robots playing jump rope, meet Robot Dreamy Tina. She’s the newest member of the Philips Active Crystals line from Swarovski. She joins her blinged out robot relatives Robot Happy Laura and Robot Naughty Raymond.

Perfect for robot-loving geek girls and can be worn as a pendant or charm. It will store up to 500 songs or 2000 photos with its 2GB capacity. The LED ears light up as data is transferred.


The M1-Pro gives your Macbook legs

Posted in MacBook by Conner Flynn on March 2nd, 2009

The M1-Pro gives your Macbook legsThe M1-Pro is designed for Macbook, Macbook Pro, Macbook Air and other laptop users to protect their precious laptop investment. The fact that it makes your laptop look like a walking robot is a bonus. Its precision crafted from a block of aluminum, with a corrosive resistant finishing.

It’s designed to be ergonomic and provide the best viewing angle and comfort for your neck and legs, while cooling. It’s also available in a bedazzled Swarovski Elements option. Price available on request only, so it must be good.

Sennheiser customized mics with Swarvoski Crystals and Skins

Posted in Microphone by Conner Flynn on February 15th, 2009

Sennheiser customized mics with Swarvoski Crystals and SkinsHow many gadgets have we seen fall to the mighty Swarovski crystal? Too many. Here’s another to lament or rejoice about depending on your point of view. Perfect for the aspiring glam-rock star, (Or any 13 year old girl) these come in several different variations and allow for plenty of customization. In fact, it might help to become a successful rock star before you purchase these expensive microphones.

The Sennheiser mics come in one-color, two-color, and multi-color versions. With the two-color and multi-color you get to choose the colors and specify the design. The multi-color design can hold up to 2,300 shiny crystals. There’s even a 6 month warranty on the crystals (Because they know they are going to fall off like the cheap crap they are) and it could take 1-4 weeks to actually place the crystals on the mic.

Elton John’s blinged iPod nano

Posted in iPod Nano by Conner Flynn on February 2nd, 2009

Elton John’s blinged iPod nanoYet another device gets bedazzled by Swarovski crystals. Elton John has launched his own iPod nano lineup. But these Nanos were harmed in the name of a ood cause. To raise money for the Elton John AIDS Foundation. The players are covered in the aforementioned crystals, and can be had in black, green, orange, pink, purple, red, silver, or yellow.

On sale from Goldgenie and Selfridges, the 8GB version will cost you £399.99 while the 16GB model will set you back £449.99. You’ll want to get one quick as each color is only offered in a limited edition of 100. They’ll even throw in “Rocket Man: The Definitive Hits CD” with every order.

Goldstriker’s 24karat and 18karat iPods: For those with golden parachutes

Posted in iPod by Conner Flynn on September 28th, 2008

Goldstriker’s 24karat and 18karat iPods: For those with golden parachutesIn this economy it takes a special kind of douche to buy all kinds of gold covered gadgets and then proclaim himself the new Goldfinger. That’s right, now that your golden parachute has landed you safely in your mansion where the villagers can’t burn you with their torches it’s time to lose yourself in some quiet music and dream up another scam.

Good thing the new iPod Touch and 4th gen Nano come in 24ct and 18ct white gold now. The Nano starts at £349 while the second generation Touch starts at £449. Now where did that diamond studded USB drive get to? Ah, of course. It’s on your Swarovski encrusted crapper next to your blinged out TP holder.


192 GB Gresso wearable pendant

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on September 25th, 2008

192 GB Gresso wearable pendantGadgets becoming jewelry is getting more common and why shouldn’t it? It makes toting around our gadgets that much easier. But making it look halfway decent to look at and still be functional is the trick. The Gresso wearable pendant manages to do it right. It houses a whooping 192 GB USB, carved out of 200-year-old African wood.

It’s a nice departure from the usual Swarovski studded piece. In three angles, it houses three 64 GB USB drives. Sadly for the ladies wanting one, it is limited to just 99 pieces being manufactured. The Gresso ENIGMA comes in two different styles. The star shaped “Constellation” and triangular ” Labyrinth”. Each comes with a strap for wearing as a jewelery pendant. The price is 5000 Euros.

Philips active crystals USB Happy Laura robot

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on July 15th, 2008

Philips active crystals USB Happy Laura robot
Finally, more robot USB drives are hitting the market. Now we are getting more then we can handle. Some are even downright shiny like this one. Philips’ Active Crystal collection has been around for awhile. This time around it’s got Swarovski crystals in the 2008 range. The 2GB Robot Naughty Raymond, in black, is already available, and to give him some companionship, here comes the USB Happy Laura.

It’s set in white with sparkling crystals for the body and features for the face. The cute girlly bot even has ruby lips! Happy Laura has a 2GB capacity and will be available in Europe for $238. This is probably more glitz and glamor then you really want on a USB drive, but if you happen to be a rich robot loving gal, I guess it’s perfect.

Luna crystal watch concept is beautiful

Posted in Concepts by Conner Flynn on March 28th, 2008

Luna crystal watch concept
The Luna watch is inspired by Swarovski’s expertise in crystal and Signity’s brilliance in gems. It’s made of crystal, stainless steel and a Spessartite Garnet. The time display is simple, just touch the two contact points and the time seems to magically appear within the crystal.

The idea is that it’s simple in function and also aesthetically complex. So it’s more of a fashion watch. Just incorporate a cell into it and I would say you’ve got a hit on your hands…Or wrist. The odds that we are going to see anything like this anytime soon, zero. But it is futuristic eye candy.

Geeky girly glam mouse

Posted in Peripherals by Shane McGlaun on March 17th, 2008

Swarovski Crystal MouseGeeky girls need a glam mouse I guess and we all know that gluing some Swarovski crystals to anything glams it up—right? A company from the UK has done just that and taken a mouse with a retractable cable and adorned it with blue, pink, green, and white crystals.

The mouse itself is a three button mini optical with a sensor that claims to be usable on any surface. The retractable cable can be locked to three different lengths. Each mouse is said to have about 350 genuine Swarovski crystals.


2 carat ring mug: you shouldn’t have

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on February 17th, 2008

2 carat ring mug: you shouldn’t have
When you care enough to give the very least, you should consider the 2 carat mug. It comes in an oversized jewelry box, so when you present it as a gift, all she’ll see is the ring.

Then she will say, “You cheap bastard!”. Once she digs in the box she will find it attached to the mug and she will say again, “You really are a cheap bastard!” And she’d be right. This white porcelain lameness, with clear Swarovski crystal only cost you $17.99. You will be sleeping on the couch for quite awhile.

New Gilty Couture iPod cases try to be swank

Posted in iPod Accessories,iPod Cases by Nino Marchetti on December 17th, 2007

Gilty CoutureDoes your iPod yearn for more than the average looking case? How about one set in 14-karat gold. Metallo Design, a designer of luxury products, is set to outfit your iPod in its own take on iPod cases. The new Gilty Couture line prices from around $55 to $200.

The Gilty Couture cases are made of metal and designed to protect your iPod as any other hard case would. Where they vary is that each hand-crafted case “eatures brilliant bezel style settings with opulent Swarovski crystals, and each piece is draped in 14-karat gold or silver jewelry quality plating.”

Gilded gaming: crystal nintendo ds and wii bedazzle

Posted in Nintendo,Nintendo DS,Wii by Conner Flynn on December 4th, 2007

crystal nintendo ds

Let me start off by saying: Did I fall asleep and miss everyone striking oil in their backyard? Well, apparently so. And it seems that we need still more jewel-encrusted devices(This is worse then the Bedazzler making Jean jacket wearers into Rhinestone Cowboys in the 80′s.), since Crystal Icing wants to embellish your DS Lite with images of Mario and a flying Koopa for $350.

If that doesn’t satisfy your attraction to shiny objects, how about a custom Wii console covered with thousands of Swarovski crystals? One Wii pimped out in a Zelda theme was detailed with over 7500 24-Karat gold-dipped crystals. If you are interested in the price, you’ll have to follow the link. I’m too scared to look.

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