Take a gander at this. This may be the weirdest makeup compact in the history of makeup. The thing looks like a handgun, but instead of bullets the gadget hides all the make up a well to do woman with a handgun fetish would need for a night of dodging the cops or sitting in security at the airport. The device is made by Ted Norton, a Dutch Jewelry designer.
We have all been there, 30 outlets, but only able to use 6. Nothing is more frustrating than buying a monster power strip with 30 or more outlets only to find most of them are un-useable. Not because there is something wrong with the outlets, but the shape of the power adapter you are plugging in ends up covering 2 or 3 additional outlets. Then there are those fat power adapters that can only be plugged in from one angle and naturally that angle makes almost half the power strip useless. Pivot Power, from Quirky has a solution. Pivot Power is a flexible power strip that can help reduce some of that frustration.
I may be the only girl in the world that doesn't particularly love trying on clothes. Sure, I like getting new threads but having to go through that process is both tedious and time consuming. But now, the Virtual Mirror promises to make trying on clothes a breeze, and you don't even have to take off your jacket.
These girly accessories for your DS look a bit like cosmetic cases. It actually also includes a screen cleaner that looks identical to a compact for your face powder. I do like that although the case is overly feminine, it isn't the usual bright pink.
If you're looking for some feminine laptop bags without them being bright pink and stamped with Hello Kitty, then these Lexie Barnes bags are perfect. The nice thing is that she doesn't sell just one type of bag either.
She has sleeves, over the shoulder bags as well as book bags, all of which would hold your laptop nicely. She has a few different color schemes as well to give you some options. Each color scheme has several different accessory options to go with it too.
I apologize, but it's apparently a pink day. This does happen on occasion, it's usually a sign that I'm about to be very ill. I can never decide if I'm writing up more pink stuff because I'm running a fever or if the pink stuff causes the illness. I'll get back to you on that one.
Well this latest pink gear is a Nano case that even features a cute little face, as if the pink weren't sweet and innocent enough. They of course had to add ears and that whole bear face. On the back of the case is a spot to wind the earbuds cord around, which is convenient, but it'd make it difficult to fit into your pocket.
At least it comes with a lanyard though. Maybe we can get a review unit of this in too and Vincent will have yet another thing to make poor Ann wear. The case itself is from Focal Point Computer, but beyond that there aren't any details on the product.
On occasion I do get sucked in like most women, into falling for gadgets that are disgustingly feminine. These speakers would happen to be one of those things, but in my defense it does come in colors besides pink.
It has been a while since I've managed to dig up a story involving the Solid Alliance, I was worrying that my favorite seller of overly shiny USB devices had given up. Without the Solid Alliance, who would I have to bash on over and over?!
Portobello has come out with a few laptop bags that look great and aren't quite so obviously laptop bags. Instead they blend in well with the oversized purses that have become so popular.
The line has several different options, from the overly chic to the more relaxed styles, for those that don't really fit with the faux croc leather bags. The best part is the security that comes with having one of these bags.
Each one has a tracker ID tag, so if you lose it or it's taken you can easily find it again. The bags start at around $300 and go up from there. Luckily they have a line for both the UK and the US as well as other parts of the world. Their bags will fit both 13” and 15” laptops.