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Handbag Made of Keyboard Is Geeky, Stylish, and Impractical

João Sabino a Portuguese designer has finally found a use for all those computer keyboards that land in the trash. He has repurposed 393 discarded keys to cover interesting-looking, though impractical, handbags. The tote style bags are described as fashionable, though we can't really imagine anyone carrying one of these around. That doesn't mean we can't sit back and admire the geeky...

Infectious Now Offering Seriously Cool iPhone Art

Looking for something a bit more distinctive to decorate your iPhone than a sports team logo or rubberized case? If so, you're in luck, because Infectious.com just launched its iPhone art store online. The site offers exclusive laptop, car, wall, and now iPhone art created by real artists, many with actual street cred! The 'art' is made of adhesive vinyl that sticks onto the back of your iPhone....

FujiFilm Z10fd Digital Camera

Coming at you in a neon rainbow of bright and shiny colors (plus black, natch), Fujifilm's new seven-megapixel camera sports a 3x optical zoom in its ultra-compact body. It's got face detection technology (and automatic red-eye removal), support for IrSimple InfraRed communication (for wireless image transfer to any IrSimple™ equipped device), and a "Blog It" function that allows you to...

Podera Luxe USB Hub and Reader

For aesthetes who like their desktops to look as fresh and clean as everything else in their Japanese-influenced, eco-friendly homes, Podera has some relevant USB hotness. Its Luxe Hub and Luxe USB 2.0 Hub and Luxe USB 2.0 card reader, both priced at $16.95, are absolutely gorgeous pieces of design. They perform simple tasks, but with grace: The former splits a single USB port into four, while...

Flybook VM Notebook

The Flybook VM ($1,400 and up) started as a concept PC -- after being entered into Intel's laptop design contest, an Italian company (read: Flybook) turned it into a reality (and manufactures it in China, but that's another story). This nifty looking thing's claim-to-fame is its adjustable 12.1-inch widescreen display, which can be pushed and pulled up, down, backwards, and forwards -- much...