Recycled Computer Keyboard Keys Pencil Holder
Undoubtedly many of computer geeks aren’t interested in some traditional pencil holders, but for the following unique computer keyboard keys pencil holder, they must have a different face
This chair shaped like a keyboard key is being manufactured by a Japanese company Duende. This stool comes in black background with white letters and white background with black letters. But it would be so nice if it had letters ‘Home’ instead of ‘sit’.
Reboot your livingroom with this three pillow set. Light gray pillows look as if they’ve jumped right off your keyboard. Set of three pillows. Made from Eco-Felt these 12? pillows are soft yet durable. Backs have envelope enclosures so the pillow inserts can be removed for easy washing. Machine wash cold with like colors then tumble dry on low.
Ctrl-Alt-Del Tea Cups
Control, Alt, Delete... The plastic cups weigh 85 grams (about 3 oz.) each and measure 6cm wide by 8cm high (2.4 by 3.2 inches). Each cup can hold up to 150 ml (5 fl.oz.) of liquid and their interior surfaces contrast with the exteriors, a nice touch.
It allows interaction fun because you really can push the button. Besides helping to reduce electronic waste and thereby sustain the environment. Dubbed Wolfgang Keyboard Bench bench Baltic birch wood create tactile effect immediately after the user into contact with it. Recycling of old computer keyboards Herbut designer Nolan has come up with a unique seat that comes close to 2000 the key to being a part of art.
This concept alarm piece shows the time using red LED lights that are displayed on the transparent front of the clock. It also features wireless speakers and docking station so you could set the speaker part of the clock anywhere in the room. To silence the alarm in the morning, one simply needs to strike the “Esc” key for a few more minutes of blissful rest.
Priced at $180, this ain’t nothing in comparison to what some women will spend on a purse/handbag. Available in a variety of bright and attractive colors.
Keyboard Key Magnets
Are you a geek? If yes, your fridge shouldn’t be alone with those boring rounded fridge magnets. Show some geekiness by getting yourself a set of this cool keyboard key magnets for your refrigerator. They looks pretty glossy and nice for a little CTRL + ALT + DEL. But sadly, it seems there is no ALT key available there.
Russian keyboard stones
Spotted in Ekaterinburg, Russia: a keyboard layout of concrete stepping stones. Doubtlessly all the strange Cyrillic characters have been rubbed off by the skipping feet of vodka-swigging hooligans.