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Wicked cool minimal design. Hiding and revealing seems an element of "retro futurism."

1970 Sony Solid State; World Expo in Osaka. Released in 1970, when Sony had become the first Japanese company to list shares on the New York Stock Exchange.

POPAI Awards 2016 CONSUMER ELECTRONICS - Bronze Motorola Wall Bay and Table by M4 Design Company Limited for Motorola Mobility UK Ltd

POPAI UK & Ireland is the not-for-profit trade association dedicated to the point-of-purchase (P-O-P) industry in the UK & Ireland.

Wireless Router for WIFI with Dual-Frequency

Item type: WiFi Router With Modem Function: No Type: Wireless Certification: CE Wired Transfer Rate: 10/100/1000Mbps WAN Ports: 1 x10/100/1000Mbps Wi-Fi Supported Frequency: 2.4G & 5G 5G Wi-Fi Transmission Rate: 1733Mbps Max. LAN Data Rate: 1900Mbps Standards And Protocols: Wi-Fi 802.11g Wi-Fi Transmission Standard: 802.11g 2.4G Wi-Fi Transmission Rate: 600Mbps LAN Ports: 4 Supports WPS: No Function: Firewall Application: Enterprise Product Size: 97 x 97 x 222 mm / 3.82 x 3.82 x 8.74…

Commodore 64 was first revealed at the Consumer Electronics Show, in Las Vegas (1982)

Via @IL0VEthe80s, 37 years ago today, in 1982, the Commodore 64 was first revealed at the Consumer Electronics Show, in Las Vegas. The C64 has been listed in the Guinness World Records as the highe…

For $99, You Can Build Your Own Computer in Less Than Twenty Minutes

The keyboard was designed to be assembled and disassembled without glue to make it recyclable.

The Keyboard Like You’ve Never Seen It | Yanko Design

https://vimeo.com/300234077 I'm not sure if it's the cool blue color or the neatly framed design, but there's something oddly satisfying about the Fangyuan Keyboard that makes you just want to push those buttons! Aside from being nice to look at, it also introduces additional functionality. A programmable dial gives the user a new way to

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