Android TV Box

November 1, 2011

Android Player TV BoxConnect to the internet through Wi-Fi; browse the internet, watch online video. Flexible and intuitive; allow the users to install and uninstall the apps from the Android market place to meet their individual needs. Your Android TV can be controlled by remote control as well as wired or wireless keyboard and mouse. It is convenient, fast and easy to  use. I connected mine with a bluetooth mouse. It works… I surfed the internet websites that requires flash, I played Angry Bird, I watched a full movie using the PPS app yesterday night on my 42″ Sony Bravia. Cheaper than buying a smart TV, a tablet, a smartphone or a netbook, I got mine for SGD230. Does Android market have the smurf village app? 

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Box Pig

June 2, 2009

Box Pig 2 is a chair with teeth, or a table with teeth, or whatever you want it to be. It’s just feels like a very nice thing to have in the house…

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SIGG Aluminium Boxes

February 3, 2009

I didn’t know SIGG has lunch boxes…
SIGG aluminum boxes are practical and versatile use them for your little snacks in between meals or as a simple storage box for your office, kitchen or bedroom.

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Lunch Box by Oots

December 7, 2008

This lunch box has a retro colour and the lid of the box is shaped to keep a reusable bottle in place, under an elastic strap. The ‘stacked’ design is made from BPA-free and phthalate-free polypropylene and safety tested for lead. The lunch box and containers are dishwasher safe and the containers are microwave safe.
I like the bottle.

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Lamp Shade cum Packaging

November 28, 2008

It is not out of this world, but the idea is there. The possibility is aplenty.

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October 7, 2008

Sandwich boxes that unfold into a plate… so you can feel less pathetic eating your sandwich?
The lunchboxes cover three distinctive ranges, healthy, satisying and childrens. This project won a D&AD Yellow Pencil for Packaging Design (Silver) and appears in the 2006 Student Annual.

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July 9, 2008

A metal sheet mounted on the wall and boxes with a magnetic back stick on it in any position you could imagine.

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Fractal 23 Bureau

June 1, 2008

The fractal 23 bureau makes use of every single last bit of space. A simple cubic form with drawers on every side and no space wasted, there are plenty of areas to place items of any size and shape.

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April 2, 2008

Bloxes are building blocks made of interlocking pieces of corrugated cardboard, folded together. Their unique shape and structure make them exceptionally strong and lightweight. Bloxes can connect with each other on all six sides, so you can use them to build walls, benches, tables, tunnels — whatever you can think of.

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Casulo Mobile Living

February 14, 2008

This design idea won the Abraham & David Roentgen Award last year. You actually get a desk, bed, shelves, dresser, and some other random boxes in the package.
This will be a great idea for the tsunami victims…

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