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Dr. Martens Limited Edition 50th Anniversary USB Boot Drive

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Dr. Martens Limited Edition 50th Anniversary USB drive in the shape of one of our classic boots. 2" tall. 2GB capacity. $25
Price: $25   |   BUY

Power-Strip Usb Hub

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Gear  |  Desktop
These power-strip USB hubs from Elecom (JP), you can turned on or off your gadgets individually(Good idea!). Available in two version, 4 and 7 ports. They even have neodymium magnets on the back so can be attached to any steel surface, and comes with a bunch of stickers to help you identify which USB port is powering which device. The 4-port version is for $40.70, and the 7-port version sells for $106.15.
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Price: JPY 3,700   |   BUY

PVC Pipe Speakers

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Gear  |  Desktop
These speakers from Etsy seller ikymagoo for $200. It also has red and yellow verison. By ikymagoo, you can also see them from the DIY Audio Projects Forum.
"Audio speakers handmade from PVC pipes, each houses a 3 inch magnesium/aluminum alloy full range driver. Frequency response is 80-20,000. 3 way binding posts on back. The bass port is on the end of the 1-1/2 pipe/stand. Nice sound and a very good sound stage, lots of low end bass for a small speaker. Hand painted with a high gloss lacquer."
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Price: $200   |   BUY

Optimus Popularis Keyboard

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Art Lebedev Studios has just posted this cool Optimus Maximus OLED keyboard, it looks really Cool!
The new Optimus Popularis keyboard design features higher resolution keys than the previous model, and will sell for “less than $1000″, which is about $600 bucks less than the Maximus. Each key features a 64×64 pixel programmable display, and rounded-corner keys that are more what you’d expect on a new computer compared to the old model. In addition to the programmable keys, there’s a nifty full-color display which can show widgets via your computer’s USB connection. "Optimus Popularis comes in compact form-factor without the dedicated numeric keypad section. We have special Fn key in the lower left corner that turns right part of keyboard into the page-up and num-lock keys, as well as the numbers arranged in a familiar calculator layout."
It is expected to ship at early in 2011. Pre-orders start later this year.

Pill-Shaped USB Drive

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Rollin Rockers's new LP limited edition on the Pill Shaped USB drives, $15.
"The brand new, 10 song Rollin Rockers album Bang!Bang!
"What A Long, Strange Trip It's Been" Mix.
Music videos, photos, and exclusive Rollin Rockers content."


Price: $15   |   BUY

Mouse of stone

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Gear  |  Desktop

Here is a Mouse, made from stone by Russian designer Neko, looks like the stone parts are polished/cut and made to a mouse.

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Commodore Invictus Keyboard PC

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Gear  |  Desktop
Commodore Computer has launched the Invictus Keyboard PC($TBA), this keyboard PC with a Cool touchscreen display(600 x 800). Features include an Intel Atom processor, wireless HDMI, NVIDIA ION chipset, and five hours of battery life. It ia very similar to the Asus EEE PC Keyboard. No word on pricing or availability now.

HTPC Green PC by Design Hara

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Green PC are built with recyclable green materials green materials, by Design Hararecyclable green chassis of the PC handcrafted (side panels) from cypress wood from Italy or rose wood from Canada; front cover of this computer can be made from natural sheep leather. The internal segments of the PC are connected by a bolts and nuts structure, making it easier to separate so recyclable e-waste can be removed.
Beautiful and green PC!

imm Living Hand Sign USB Drives

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The IMM Living's Hand Sign USB Drives($35) include pop culture hand signs (peace, Vulcan, gun, Westside, Eastside, Fist, rocker-horn).
"Live long and prosper." This phrase, widely recognized beyond sci-fi circles, is accompanied by a hand gesture made by raising the hand palm forward, parting the fingers between the ring and middle finger and extending the thumb. This gesture is known as the Vulcan salute.
Price: $35   |   BUY

Rii Mini Wireless Keyboard

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Gear  |  Desktop
The Rii Mini Wireless Keyboard($92) is a mini wireless QWERTY keyboard with a big touchpad and laser pointer. It has 69 keys and featuring a LED backlit keyboard so you can use it easily in the dark. It has a 2.4GHz wireless USB receiver, and its built-in lithium-ion battery will give you up to 700 hours(about one month) of standby time. The range of the keyboard is 30 meters. Cool mini keyboard!
Price: $92   |   BUY

Western Digital My Passport Studio

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Gear  |  Desktop
Western Digital announced a new portable hard drive, the My Passport Studio($150-$200). It features a "e-label smart display" on the front that actually remains on even when the drive is off and unplugged. Users can easily create a label to personalize their drive or remind themselves of its contents. The display also includes available capacity and whether the drive is locked. It is the both FireWire 800 interface and USB 2.0 interface and and 256-bit hardware-based encryption. Available in 320GB($150), 500GB($180) and 640GB($200).
Price: $150-$200   |   BUY

MiniGuru keyboard

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The MiniGuru keyboard has three layers of functions designed to keep your fingers on the home row.
"Meaning the index fingers resting on the F and J keys. Editing on a regular keyboard forces the right hand to constantly leave the home row for the cursor keys. Then find the home row again to continue typing. It takes time. And it’s not convenient.
The Miniguru puts the editing keys where they are in direct reach. On a second layer that is thumb-activated by the swirl keys. Fast and convenient. Only second layer keys are active when the swirl is pressed and there is a one key distance to the modifier keys and Enter.
Reaching for the mouse is another leave frome the home row. An integrated pointing stick helps with this. The buttons are at the front of the space bar, pushed with the tip of the thumb.
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The 80 Ports USB Hub

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An 80 ports USB hub from Japan's company Thanko, it is awesome!
The price is ¥14,800(about $165), and you must know that the hub seems to charge your gagets only, no USB data. But who care!
"When viewed from the side of the port in line, you feel powerful and somewhat like a soldier in the army."

Old VHS turns into hard drives

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If you're looking for coolest external hard drive? Check out these External Hard Drive VHS, by etsy user CentennialMerchant. These old VHS tapes contains a Samsung 2.5” hard drive and is also available in 32OGB($105), 500GB($125) and 640GB($155). If you have a favorite movie, they’ll make one custom for you if they can find the VHS version, including old tapes you might have laying around.
"Not a Trekkie? Not a problem. This drive is also available in just about any VHS tape and cover you can imagine, including one of your own if you want. "
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USB Dust Vacuum Mouse, Clean and scroll

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Gear  |  Desktop
This USB Dust Vacuum Mouse(EUR 8.8; about $13) is a standard 800 dpi optical mouse with a miniature vacuum cleaner that keeps your desk free on your desk. It has a small vacuum hole near the optical sensor to suck the dust.  And it has a dust bin and a small switch on its side to turn on and off the cleaning process.
Price: EUR 8.8   |   BUY