The weather is warm and if you are anything like me, you are listening to music in the open air. If you aren’t, you might want to check out the Sunnylife Catalina portable speaker. Read more
Just spotted this Urban Outfitters Boombox, which looks like a 1980s box, but with a little added extra. Read more
Love a retro look but firmly attached to the joys of your iPod. Newman Radios combines the best of both worlds, converting cool original radios into 21st-century friendly music docking stations.
If you thought converting your old vinyl and cassettes to MP3 was a pain, it might be easier than you think with the Ion Duo Deck.
The Thomas Paul Luddite cases are the perfect gift for those who have trouble grappling with the changing technologies of the twenty-first century. Named of course after the nineteenth century group who tried to prevent the changes brought by the industrial revolution, they are heavy weight cotton bags that have been hand screen printed with relics of past technology.
So for example, on the left of the image above, is a case showing a gramophone: perfect for carrying around a MP3 player. The typewriter is on a laptop sleeve and the camera is shown on the case for the slightly more portable version that exists today. You can have fun guessing what is shown on the phone, cosmetics and pencil cases.
Prices vary. The MP3 pouch and camera case are both $24, while the laptop sleeve costs $50.
Buy them from Velocity Design