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Luxa2 M4 Laptop Cooler with Swarovski crystals and polished aluminium

Posted in Coolers by Conner Flynn on February 17th, 2010

So laptop manufacturers should really be making their products good enough so that you don’t need to buy a separate cooler, but since we live in an imperfect world, we still need to buy them. And if you are the type that loves Gucchi, Prada and needs everything decked out in crystals and sparkle this would be your laptop cooler of choice.

This Luxa2 M4 Laptop Cooler is USB powered and will cost you just $49.99. It may not say Fendi, Prada or Gucchi, but it does have Swarovski crystals.

USB Hello Kitty mouse done in Swarovski crystals

Posted in Hello Kitty by Conner Flynn on May 10th, 2009

USB Hello Kitty mouse done in Swarovski crystalsNothing says tacky like an object decked out in Swarovski crystals. It’s double the ewww factor when that object is a mouse made to resemble Hello Kitty. It is so girlly and shiny that it blinds any male who looks in it’s direction.

It’s says that it’s compatible with windows, but you’ll obviously need a gargantuan hand to use this thing. This fugly light catcher can be yours for only 160.00. It’s not an official Hello Kitty product. Just officially yuck.

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.

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.

Casio 9.1 Megapixel Hello Kitty edition with crystals

Posted in Hello Kitty by Conner Flynn on February 13th, 2009

Casio 9.1 Megapixel Hello Kitty edition with crystalsHello Kitty has re-spawned yet again. This one is an upgrade to the Casio Exilim 720. It’s the latest digital camera to pimp out Japan’s favorite cat and packs in 9 Megapixels and a 2.6 inch TFT. You’ll also get a 3X optical zoom lens and it can shoot video in MOV format.

Some other specs include digital image stabilizer, red eye reduction, 41Mb of internal memory and SDHC card slot. It also features a ring of pink crystals around the lens, so Hello Kitty can focus her evil energies on your subject.

Elements Stardust Radio with Swarovski bling

Posted in Radio by Conner Flynn on September 17th, 2008

Elements Stardust Radio with Swarovski blingThere’s no shortage of devices sprinkled with Swarovski crystals. Unfortunately, most are so smothered with bling that they just look tacky. The Elements Stardust Radio is actually done up right, with just the right ratio of bling and device. It actually looks nice.

It’s a Sonoro musical player that has been covered with 3,900 Swarovski crystals in a white floral pattern against a background of black crystals. It features 10 preset AM/FM stations, iPod/notebook/PMP compatibility as well as an integrated alarm clock. Hopefully we can close the “Crap me up with Swarovski” chapter on this high note, but somehow I doubt it.

LED watch made from real crystals

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on April 10th, 2008

LED watch made from real crystals
This is inspired by the Swarovsky Signity watches, and this timepiece by designer Ilya Yakovlev has a surface made from real crystals that are backlit by LEDs.

One interesting feature is that you can increase the luminosity and change the colors to suit your mood. As far as I can tell, it’s a concept that we probably won’t see for a long time yet, but it is interesting. I think it probably would need more functions aside from just being a watch. They should look great in the dark.

Altec Lansing MUZX earphones

Posted in Altec Lansing by Conner Flynn on March 31st, 2008

Altec Lansing MUZX earphones
Here’s something for all the girls who want some sparkle and shine. Much of the tech that’s geared toward women and girls looks pretty, but is lacking in the specs department. Not these earbuds from Altec Lansing.

These little earbuds feature enough Swarvoski Crystals to satisfy anyone who loves them plastered all over their tech. It has 9mm neodymium drivers and gold-plated plug for nice sound quality. They also have a snug fit for those with smaller ears and some passive noise reduction. Altec Lansing has them for $59.95, while Amazon is selling them at $29.95.