I typically would really like to find gaming jewelry that I like, but rarely have found anything that I feel the need to rush out and buy. This cute little charm bracelet, although gaming oriented has that cute girly twist.
Finally, a designer with a bit of sense and personal motivation to create a product with practical uses. Tim Dubitsky didn't just create this to look pretty in his portfolio, no he actually created it for his nephew.
Its been a little while since a new Guitar Hero Shirt has popped up, if you haven't snagged one in a while, now you have another to add to your collection or wish list. This one has a much more hardcore look to it as opposed to just the regular guitar on your tee.
USB drives have become a gadget that some of us can't live without, even for a few moments in the day. Which has spawned a bit of USB jewelry, that is typically way too over the top and frankly, a bit cheesy. However, two designers have teamed up to create a few attractive and understated bits of USB jewelry.
I am not entirely sure how this thing works, but apparently the gist of it is soap-less dish washing. Somehow it uses sonic waves of water to remove even the deepest particles of dirt without the slightest amount of soap necessary.
I have a purse, or at least I call it one, in all honesty it's technically a tote bag. I have upgraded to that due to the overabundance of gadgets that I have the tendency to carry around. Many women have the same dilemma, Choe Dao has created a technology handbag just for that reason.
If you're going crazy waiting for the flowers to pop up and add a bit of color to the seemingly brown and gray landscape, you might try snagging a colorful laptop bag to tide you over. This Juicy Couture bag is perfect to remind you of the warm months to come.
So first it was those new notebooks I told you about the other day, the Jisus ones, and now the guy is cranking out a very fashionable cell phone watch. The WM2 is due out on April 14th and boasts a 1.3-inch 260k color touchscreen.
This is the successor to the Cube 2 and will hopefully have a better user interface as that was one of CNet’s main complaints of the Cube 2. It still has the OLED screen, FM Tuner, and 2GB of storage space.
This player also has support for MP3 and WMA formats which makes it PlaysForSure compatible. Other than the relatively low storage capacity, possibly difficult to navigate UI, there is the $99 price that you’ll have to get over.