Category: Furnishings & Furniture
Ikea launch wireless charging furniture
Go Waka Waka for these 8-Bit designer Pac-Man gaming blinds
Looking to spruce up your gaming den or geek chic office? Then these retro-inspired 8-Bit gaming blinds from Direct Blinds may be right up your alley. Pulling sprites from Pac-Man, Super Mario and Space Invaders down over the world outside…
VIDEO REVIEW: Home Creations Electric Massage Chair
As we approach the end of another busy week at Shiny Towers, we thought we'd earned ourselves a little back rub to soothe the muscles and ease the tension that only continuously blogging about gadgest and gizmos brings. Here…
VIDEO REVIEW: Philips Original Energy Light
Tech Digest yesterday had a play around with the Philips Original Energy Light, and learnt a little about S.A.D (seasonal affective disorder, not to be confused with sexual anxiety disorder) in the process. Blasting out 10,000 Lux of light…
Top 10 Gaming Chairs for the super-geeky
Winter shadows loom, the nights are drawing in, Christmas is just around the corner and you've got a brand new copy of Call of Duty: Black Ops waiting to be fired up. Beer in one hand, can of Pringles in…
Ctrl-alt-delete cushions, for a geekier sofa
God I want these. Being male, I’m not normally one for cushions on a sofa (they just get in the way of my reclining) but these have completely and utterly changed my mind.
They’re 12″ across – about the size of a pizza – and made of light grey and black felt. They’re machine washable, and will cost you $60, plus $15 shipping. That’s £50 or so, total. Only three sets left though, at the time of writing, so be quick!
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KOZO lamps bring the charm of the industrial revolution to modern lighting
Whilst those of us in the tech world love everything shiny, perfect and aesthetically pleasing, there’s something to be said about furnishings based on butt-ugly components from the recent past. Take these lamps handmade with galvanised iron, complete with authentic rust, dents from the tools used to create them and an angular retro charm.
Serpent Speakers offer flexible audio without that hissing noise
Snakes don’t have ears – they rely on vibrations to go about their snaky business, but if they did they’d surely appreciate these aesthetically pleasing “Serpent Speakers” by designer Ben Wahrich.
Microsoft Surface out in the UK now for a triffling £10,000
The debatably useful Microsoft Surface touch-sensitive computer table has finally hit the UK shores today. It’s expected to cost a hefty £10,000 when anyone can work out where to actually buy it and I’ll offer an even bigger prize when I’m…
Pixel Perfect SNES sprites – Street Fighter, Mario and crew
If the release of the mighty Street Fighter IV has taken over your brain then you’re probably staring at this SNES sprite image of Ryu and Cammy through watery eyes and slavering chops, and the good news is that you can indeed buy them…