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Qwerty Leather Wallet

Posted in Apparel by Conner Flynn on May 26th, 2011

Here is a great gift for the geek in your life. You could always give it to yourself too. You’ve earned it. The QWERTY Leather Wallet puts your keyboard next to your cash.

You can practice your typing whenever you bring your wallet out to pay for something. Or pretend that you have to enter a super secret code just to open your wallet. It will have cashiers baffled. And keeping in the playful spirit, it even has the phrase “all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy” on the inside, which will remind you to step away from your actual keyboard more often.

Ostrich Leather Arcade Stick

Posted in Controllers by Conner Flynn on February 3rd, 2011

A luxury joystick without any bling or diamonds is pretty refreshing, however, who wants an arcade stick made of Ostrich leather? The Hoon Entertainment System from Neo Legend and Hoon comes with a joystick and 10 buttons. It will play nice with the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC.

The hardware is made by Sanwa and some poor ostrich. Classy? Not really. Kind of weird. There’s no info on availability and pricing, but we know it won’t come cheap. Want one?

Saddleback Leather iPad Case

Posted in iPad accessories by Conner Flynn on November 3rd, 2010

If you are looking for a rugged iPad case, then check out this Saddleback leather iPad case. It’s tough enough to last a long time. The Saddleback iPad case is made from 100% thick full grain boot leather and stitched together with heavy gauge marine grade thread to create an iPad case with no breakable parts and an impact absorbing design.

If this is the case for you, it comes in a a variety of colors including Coffee Brown, Black, Chestnut and Tobacco Brown. All cases also come with a 100 year warranty. What more could you want in an iPad case?

Exclusive Vaio C Series Crocodile style

Posted in Sony by Conner Flynn on April 7th, 2009

Exclusive Vaio C Series Crocodile styleSony Japan has updated their C series of laptops with a strange new design. One that we think will catch on just because it’s different. Crocodile skin laptops. Crikey! Sony wants to cater to those who like the skinning of cranky stabby-toothed dinosaurs and want their laptop to reflect that. The new CS series are available now for pre-order and this exclusive Vaio Owner Made edition will be available in brown, red, and pink.

Don’t worry, no Crocs were dipped in pigment and flayed alive. Sony reproduced the crocodile effect by creating real bumps and irregularities of textured patterns on plastic. The official model numbers are VGN-CS92DS, VGN-CS92JS, and VGN-CS92XS and this should be available on April 18th only in Japan for about $1,024.

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Leather chair hides your Billiards accessories

Posted in Furniture by Conner Flynn on February 24th, 2009

Leather chair hides your Billiards accessoriesDamn their hides. The rich have all the cool things. Like this leather chair that takes up a bunch of space and only seats one. That’s because the rest of the chair is devoted to hiding some of your other rich accessories, like your billiards stuff.

It helps keep your overpriced pad all neat and tidy. Who cares that it looks freakish and pompous and only seats one. If you want two people to be able to sit during a Billiards game, you’ll just buy two and store some more expensive stuff in the second one. Ahhh, it’s good to be rich and buy fugly things.

Wooden MacBook case is exactly what it sounds like

Posted in MacBook by Conner Flynn on January 19th, 2009

Wooden MacBook caseThis plain looking wooden case has been designed for the MacBook and the 15 inch MacBook Pro. It is what it says it is. A wood box to put your laptop in. The tree that died so you can tote around your MacBook in style will surely thank you for it. Anyhow, carrying around a rigid wood box with your laptop inside isn’t exactly all that stylish or hip, or comfortable I would imagine. Think of the eventual splinters.

The inside is even lined with leather, so now the count is up to one dead tree and one dead cow. It’s not that I’m against wood and leather. It’s just that you, our awesome readers, deserve something better then a plain old box lined with leather. No word on pricing. I mean, what do you price a box? Boxes are everywhere. So is leather. Whatever the price, I’m sure it will be way more then it’s worth.

Solar iPhone cases from Solar Arcadia

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on December 20th, 2008

Solar iPhone cases from Solar ArcadiaAn iPhone with integrated solar cells may be quite a ways off, so in the meantime Solar Arcadia’s solar-powered cases are your best option. The cases are available in SideFlip and Leather Flip models and offer a bit of extra protection for your handset.

They feature a solar panel so that your phone can enjoy at least a few more minutes of life while you’re out in the sunlight. Each case is constructed from ABS sheepskin and comes in a trio of colors. Red, white or black (The Leather Flip is only available in black).

Gokukawa Leather Keyboard for fetish types

Posted in Keyboards by Conner Flynn on December 14th, 2008

Gokukawa Leather Keyboard for fetish typesTyping on this soft Gokukawa leather keyboard will feel soft and smooth. Some of you may even want to break out your riding crops and ball-gags and be lovingly whipped into a bloody frenzy from behind while working. Hey whatever floats your boat. No skin off my back, though yours is a different story.

And since you love pain, the $548 asking price is like a kick to the crotch. Especially when you consider the fact that there are no labels on those smooth, leathery keys. Don’t worry, for $603, you can get letters etched into them.

Steampunk watch gobbles up entire wrist

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on September 15th, 2008

Steampunk watch gobbles up entire wristThis Steampunk creation is pretty cool. There’s just so much of it that you have no wrist left and it looks like it would give you carpal tunnel syndrome and make one arm look like a weight lifter while the other is thin and geek-like. Sure is a lot of leather work around the metal flip-open watch.

It does have a certain authentic antique look about it. And I can’t tell you what the whole finger strap is about because my translation skills aren’t up to it. My guess is that you wear this while riding your bicycle and when you see a pretty lady, you activate a bell with your finger that dings, letting the Victorian hottie know that you noticed. Then one day they’ll invent the bicycle bell and your wrist can be free.

Steampunk mouse looks like a killer tank

Posted in Mouse by Conner Flynn on July 16th, 2008

Steampunk mouse looks like a killer tank
This steampunk mouse definitely looks like a tank. It’s a Russian built tank/mouse and actually looks like the kind of steampunk tank that Russia might have constructed.

Having began life as a plain black mouse, it’s all brass and leather now. It even has little porthole type windows. The modder even went so far as to pimp the usb connection to match, which is a nice touch. I don’t think you could use it comfortably, but this thing is probably better turned into an RC steampunk tank anyhow.

Vaja leather case for MacBook Air

Posted in MacBook by Conner Flynn on June 13th, 2008

Vaja leather case for MacBook Air
I’ve seen both love and hate toward some other MacBook Air cases, I guess it all depends on what your style is. This one is sure to please just because it’s different. The ivolution Leather Macbook Air Case from Vaja is…a leather case for your MacBook Air. It’s gotta beat a manilla folder right? It provides some protection from those sharp edges and has a nice sleek and fitted look. What the hell, make your MacBook more like your car interior.

Sony Cyber-shot Snap is like a wallet

Posted in Concepts by Conner Flynn on May 5th, 2008

Sony Cyber-shot Snap is like a wallet
These are some excellent renders, but unfortunately this is just a concept Sony Cybershot camera called ‘Snap’. It was obviously inspired by a man’s wallet, the surface is even covered in leather. Like some other ultra compact Cybershot cameras, you slide the cover to activate, only it pivots from a corner for easy one handed operation. But aside from that, it’s just another typical Cybershot.

Some users would really love the compact design as you won’t stand out as an obvious tourist while using it, while you take pictures inconspicuously. Others might find it a bit too fragile and wouldn’t be able to resist the urge to actually put it in their back pocket and break it.