If you ever dated an accountant, you know how much they love those numpads on their keyboards. Too bad that Apple decide to get rid of them on their fancy new bluetooth keyboards. Thankfully, Mobee came up with The Magic NumPad ($29.90), a clever way to transform your Apple Magic Trackpad into an extension of your keyboard. You will just need to apply one of the included removable stickers to the Magic Trackpad. A free application downloadable from their site will recognize your keystrokes. Old wired keyboard, your time has come.
You can find The Magic NumPad on Mobee’s website
If you are the kind of person that stresses out about finding the tree with right shade of green, you definitely can’t afford to ruin it with some anonymous decorations. Luckily, Studio Baldini Createam is here to help. They’ve designed the Pantone Xmas balls ($TBA). Produced and distributed by Seletti, they come in ten different colors. It’s probably too late for this upcoming Christmas, but why not think ahead and get some of these decorations for Christmas 2012?
Get them from Seletti.
It’s time to upgrade that sad plastic desk organizer that you bought on sale at Office Depot. The i/o Desk Organizer ($TBA) is a beautiful desk organizer designed by Kaiju Studios. Made of natural materials such as wood and felt, it features a modular design that will let you rearrange its elements the way you prefer.
Not yet mass produced, Kaiju Studios is working on a small run of this product and you can join the waiting list here.
Back to back posts for audiophiles. These black ceramic speakers by Joey Roth ($360) are a limited edition of his more famous white ceramic speakers ($495). These speakers not only are absolutely gorgeous, but they have an audiophile-worthy sound as well. This is pure awesomeness born by the combination of the combination of ceramic, wood, and cork.
You can find them for the next 3 days on Fab.com (this link is an invite that will allow you to subscribe).
Let’s start this new blog with my (early) Christmas present. The V-Moda Crossfade LP2 ($199) is the newest edition of the V-Moda Crossfade LP, featuring a much improved audio signature and a minimalist design with virtually no V-MODA branding.
If you are on the market for a good looking pair of headphones, that cost less than the Beats by Dre and sounds better, the Crossfade LP2 are what you are looking for.
Available on V-Moda