Wrist-rest Brace

August 21, 2007


Featuring a bracelet-shaped body made of flexible rubber, it is designed for protecting wrists, palms, and elbows of mouse and keyboard users respectively according to how it is positioned.
Different from conventional mouse pads or keyboard rests, which is put on the desk, the wrist protector encircled on users’ wrists is movable and portable along with users’ movements.
Don’t lose your wrist-rest anymore… strange…

Extract from pro-pad

Tagz LED Display

August 21, 2007

Tagz can be programmed with up to six different messages and set to scroll at various speeds across the bright LED display. Each message can be up to 126 characters in length. The user programs the messages using buttons on the back of Tagz.
Tagz are worn around the neck and can be worn over or under clothing. When worn under a reasonably thin material the messages shines through the clothing.
Great for Clubbing, find yourself the centre of attention – bring out the true extrovert in you, be wild, be free! Let the world know your thoughts, your mission in life, your mobile number, the possibilities are endless.

Extract from Electronic Healing

Link Mugs

August 21, 2007


We’ve all done it at one time or another – tried to carry one mug too many rather than use a tray. The result is predictable – burnt fingers and stains on the carpet.

So, inspired by the quintessential builder’s mug, Jon has developed an ingenious solution to this problem – mugs that link together. An elegantly formed cross on the side of each mug fits neatly into the next, forming a self supporting row of up to 6 mugs. So there’s no tray, no mess and absolutely no fuss.

Extract from Yanko Design