Having original furniture from your favorite Sci-Fi flick would be nice, but having dark and mysterious furniture from a movie that never was would be even better. This chair was meant for a movie based on Dune, which never happened.
I think I have just found what will soon be featured on random nerd pr0n sites all throughout the net. Now there will no longer be random Harley Quinns not captured, no, they shall be adorned with replica Batman cuffs.
Even in the kitchen gamers need ways to express their geeky selves. Beyond fridge magnets there aren't a ton of ways to do that. Well now one Etsy seller is offering this cutting board to keep you attached to the classics.
If you haven't felt quite enough like a ninja lately, a bit of quirky lighting might boost your confidence a bit. Especially if it seems sharp and dangerous, okay it might not really be, but it is shiny and designed after a dangerous weapon.
Anyone who has enjoyed looking at the products that come from recycled circuit boards will enjoy this mouse pad. As with all circuit board products it is made of old useless ones, although this one has a slight snag with the purpose of its direct function.
Gelaskins has been featured a time or two on Slashgear with several different covers that have left myself and several others envious. However, this cover is quite a bit different from their artistic covers that they currently offer, adding a more geeky flair to your laptop.
Any fans of the new Transformers movie might be interested in this USB hub with a bit of a geeky twist. It is designed to look like the All Spark, for those living under a rock, that is the artifact they were protecting in the movie.
If you're in love with all that is Lego, you might enjoy this geeky office supply. This product happens to be sold by the same people who were selling the Lego Tower Mood Light, so you can snag them both from the same place.