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Optimus Popularis LED Keyboard

Art. Lebedev Studio (the ones behind the USD$2400 Optimus Maximus keyboard) presented a working prototype of their upcoming Optimus Popularis keyboard. This one has 20 less displays than the Maximus, and besides lacking a numeric keypad it uses 64×64 LED displays instead of OLED on the keys to reduce the price tag. The goal is for it to cost “less than $1000” and it’s supposed to be available for preorder later this year and hit the stores early 2011.

(via crunchgear, technabob)

Posted by TG July 5th 2010 | Link to this post

Tokyo Flash Infection Watch

Tokyo Flash Infection Watch

Ooookay, I’m back from my 3,5 month long vacation in Asia! Let’s start things off with a new (and odd) Japanese timepiece from Tokyo Flash called Infection. Besides the expected innovative way of telling the time it sports a pulsating display with 27 tri-colored LEDs, a mirrored face and a leather band with a stainless steel clasp. Wa

“Twelve red LEDs indicate hours, eleven yellow LEDs represent the progression of time in groups of five minutes and four green LEDs show single minutes.” Infection ($139, €88.30)

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Posted by TG May 21st 2008 | Link to this post

The Optimus Tactus Keyboard

Art. Lebedev Studio Optimus Tactus Keyboard

Just when people stopped drooling over the LED-key Optimus Maximus keyboard Art. Lebedev Studio hits us with yet another progressive keyboard, a concept (hopefully-soon-to-become-reality) dubbed Optimus Tactus.

This time they’ve removed the keys all together. This keyboard is just one, big touch-screen (a “one sensor display”) allowing you (and the software you use) to customize, resize and rearrange they keys however you want to, including showing videos. This way you could have it to show selected tool icons along with a color selector while running Photoshop, just media buttons while watching movies and so on.

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Posted by TG December 31st 2007 | Link to this post

Atomic Projection Clock

Self-setting Atomic Projection Clock

Here’s the Self-Setting Atomic Projection Clock. A black, cubic alarm clock featuring both easy-to-read digits on a green, LED-backlit display as well as soft, red numbers projected on the wall, ceiling or any nearby flat surface.

As the name implies this atomic clock is self-setting, meaning it’ll communicate with the US Atomic clock to make sure it’s set correctly and automatically adjust for annoyances like Daylight Saving Time.

Oregon Scientific: Self-setting Atomic Projection Clock ($34.99)

Posted by TG December 6th 2007 | Link to this post

Little Mouse LED Light

Little Mouse LED Light

This cute and uber-shiny little mouse is gifted with two ultra-bright, sparkling LED eyes, just hang it on your keychain and let it guide you to the keyhole whenever its dark. Ships in a gift box. Little Mouse LED Light (£4.99)

(Via RedFerret)

Posted by TG November 23rd 2007 | Link to this post

Highwire Power LED DeskLight

Balmuda Highwire Power LED DeskLight

The Highwire Power LED DeskLight by Balmuda Design isn’t just a stylish desk lamp, this subtile aluminum creation is actually the brightest LED desk lamp in the world.

“It keeps 70% of its original light output even after 50,000 hours. The color emitted by Highwire matches the color of a computer display therefore, the display is not distorted. The light coming from Highwire does not include infrared rays and so emits less heat.”

It’s available in two models; the Highwire 1100 for 23" displays and smaller and the Highwire 1300 for 24" and bigger. The price is pretty close though, $630 vs $660.

Balmuda: Highwire Power LED DeskLight

(Via Geekalerts)

Posted by TG November 19th 2007 | Link to this post

Teague Paperclip LED Lamp

Paperclip LED Lamp

This is Teague’s Paperclip Lamp. Besides just looking like a giant paperclip you can bend this chromed LED-equipped desk lamp into different shapes depending on your mood. No word on price or availability yet though.

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Posted by TG October 16th 2007 | Link to this post

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