Results for "colorware"

Colorware tackles Guitar Hero controllers

Colorware tackles Guitar Hero controllers

Alright it's official, Colorware has to stop releasing new things that they can customize. The last time they announced that they were releasing the DS Lite I spent an hour on their site drooling over the possibilities. This time, I kept it at around a half an hour, so maybe I'm getting better at this.

Colorware now customizes the DS Lite

Colorware now customizes the DS Lite

Most have heard of Colorware but if you haven't they are known for allowing you to add a bit of custom coloring to your gadgets, everything from laptops to Blackberries have been done in the past. Now they are adding the DS Lite to the list.

If you've never checked out their site you can go through and just click different colors and immediately see what your DS might look like. You can even hit the brainstorm button and it will give you different color configurations. Some of the combinations I've seen look way too cheesy, but the nice thing is that it isn't just slapping on a single color.

Colorware attacks the MacBook Air

Colorware attacks the MacBook Air

Colorware is at it again, reupping their Apple game by adding the company’s latest addition to their color-change lineup. You can now get your MacBook Air customized in a broad array of colors instead of leaving it aluminum colored.

BlackBerry gets blessed with ColorWare treatment

BlackBerry gets blessed with ColorWare treatment

For those of you not in the know, ColorWare is a company that was started roughly 7 years ago and the service they offer is that they will alter the color of a large number of consumer electronics ranging from computers, iPods, gaming systems, all the way up to BlackBerry’s now. They will officially begin offering the color-changed devices on the 31st of December.

Roomba outed with custom colors

Roomba outed with custom colors

This week the folks at iRobot have brought forth customization for their official Roomba lineup. You too can make your DJ Roomba ready for the club with a cool set of color combinations in five separate areas throughout the machine. There’s a customization factory online and you’ll be able to begin tapping in today.

Continue Reading

Product (RED) Mac Pro: Jony Ive makes one-off crimson workstation

Product (RED) Mac Pro: Jony Ive makes one-off crimson workstation

A one-off Product (RED) Mac Pro specially created by Apple's Jony Ive and Marc Newson will go up for charity auction next month, with Sotheby's expecting the beautiful red anodized desktop to make as much as $60,000. A special edition - of one - benefiting the AIDS charity, the customized Mac Pro takes the standard black version we went hands-on with earlier this week, and gives the casing and chassis an eye-catching new color treatment.

Continue Reading

Mac Pro 2013 glass case concept is impractical but lustworthy

Mac Pro 2013 glass case concept is impractical but lustworthy

Apple's new Mac Pro may be a lesson in rethinking workstation component layouts, but wouldn't it be better if you could actually see all that clever construction through a custom glass sleeve? Designer and 3D artist Martin Hajek thought so, and so cooked up some renders of the Mac Pro 2013 with its metal casing replaced, not only with glass - and reminiscent of the G4 Cube Steve Wozniak is so enamored with - but with perforated aluminum and even some sleek metallic finishes.

Continue Reading

Cygnett InSound Noise-Cancellation headphones hands-on

Cygnett InSound Noise-Cancellation headphones hands-on

The InSound noise-cancellation headphones were on display at CES: ShowStoppers 2012, and we took them home with us to put them to the test. After opening the protective case, it contained the headset, two audio cables (one red, one black), and an in flight adapter. Unlike conventional headphones, they require two AAA batteries to operate - noise-cancellation engaged or not. After installing the batteries, I tested to see how effective the noise-cancellation setting actually were.

Continue Reading

Rumor: Apple suppliers to go full speed in July gearing up for new MacBook Air

Rumor: Apple suppliers to go full speed in July gearing up for new MacBook Air

Anytime Apple is getting ready for a new product, some of the first whisperings often come out of China where suppliers spill the beans on ramp ups. The suppliers aren’t always correct, but we never know. DigiTimes reports that sources in the supply chain for Apple are saying that suppliers are gearing up for full production in July for components to be used in the new MacBook Air notebook computers. The number of MacBook Air notebooks that Apple is said to be receiving in Q3 is very large.

Continue Reading

1 2 3 4 5