11/29/2010, This steampunk computer, dubbed The Timekeeper, looks like something that Doctor Who might own. It’s designed to look like an old Victorian clock on the outside and comes complete with a skeleton clock. Despite its nostalgic exterior, the interior houses rather modern hardware such as an Athlon 64 dual core 4400+ processor, 160GB hard drive and 2GB of RAM. The Timekeeper is retailing for $1,099 and ships from Japan.
07/12/2010, You might have seen the iRetrofone Dock that makes your iPhone look like it took a time machine back into the past. The folks behind it might have had some success with the original model, as they’re now back with the iRetrofone Steampunk Copper Edition, which looks quite similar, but is a lot bigger, sculpted with cold cast copper, and features a steampunk design that makes it look even cooler […]
05/04/2010, We’ve seen many Steampunk USB flash drives, but this Waterproof Steampunk USB flash drive does stand out from the crowd, possibly due to its use of various materials including brass, copper, glass and even a genuine quartz crystal. To make things even prettier, it comes with a large glass window, allowing you to view the guts of your flash drive, as well as the crystal. All this beauty comes at […]
04/15/2010, VTR controllers aren’t something that most home users will have, as it’s a professional piece of equipment, used by broadcasters to control videotape machines. With that in mind, you normally wouldn’t see one that has gone through the whole steampunk process, but seeing is believing, right? To make the deal sweeter, it’s fully functional, with every button performing a real task. This custom VTR controller was made by HiTechSys and […]
04/07/2010, Want another Steampunk device to add to your collection? Try checking out the Steampunk 8GB USB flash drive, which certainly matches your criterion, and also comes in an authentic looking vintage box. The brass and copper on the flash drive give you that steampunk feel, and there’s even a silver steam train at the back panel. To top things off, there is an amber light in the middle of the […]
04/06/2010, While you often see Steampunk items appear now and then, not many are as large as this Victorian Organ Command Desk, and it’s certainly a beautiful piece. It took its creator about 6 months to come up with this, and it’s certainly something to be proud of. The computer setup offers 3 monitors, a printer, scanner, webcam, horn speakers, iPhone dock, card readers and a built-in clock. Would you have […]
03/30/2010, Are you in love with Steampunk stuff? Well, how about this steampunk-ish turtle? It’s a mechanically stuffed turtle which looks more or less normal, until you open its shell, where you’ll find all sorts of gears inside it, making it look like something from another planet. It does look more than a little cruel, though.
03/23/2010, For some reason, steampunk-anything seems cool, but when you steampunk a stormtrooper helmet, you can be sure that you’ve got something really cool on your hands. Of course, there wasn’t any steampunk stormtrooper running around in Star Wars, but you have to admit that this steampunk stormtrooper helmet is extremely cool.
03/18/2010, Check out this steampunk iteration of a desktop setup, where a whole lot of sweat as well as customization has been thrown in. There is a significant amount of wood as well as brass included in the mix so that it achieves a right balance of form and function. According to the designers, “These custom-made keyboards, framed monitors and computers are completely functional, but with a 19th century/ steampunk aesthetic.” […]
03/05/2010, This certainly isn’t the first steampunk flash drive that we’ve come across, and it probably won’t be the last, but you have to admit that there’s a certain appeal to steampunk items. The flash drive pictured here sports a 4GB capacity with ReadyBoost. It’s made from brass, copper, solder, watch parts and glass. You’ll need to unscrew the cap to use it, and the glass portion of it lights up […]
01/24/2010, You’ve probably seen many steampunk mods on various items over the years, and here’s another one to add to your list of steampunk devices – the steampunk Game Boy. It seems to have been done pretty nicely, and anybody to takes a glance at it will know that the theme is a steampunk one. Aside from the looks, the creator of this has also popped in the pro sound mod (increasing […]
10/10/2009, We’ve seen steampunk mice, computers, keyboards and whatnot, but have to give credit to this Steampunk wedding cake. You probably wouldn’t want to eat such a pretty cake, but the fact that even the metallic gears, doors, rivets and panels are entirely edible will probably make it too hard to resist. Would you pick such a cake as your wedding cake? You probably would want to check with your wife-to-be […]
08/25/2009, Steampunk modifications of existing gizmos are certainly worth looking at, but check out this USB flash drive that looks extremely attractive although we have no idea what warrants the $3,000 price tag slapped on it. Perhaps the owner loves it too much to part with it, hence the astronomical price – pretty much similar to what soccer clubs are doing to their prized players with Lionel Messi from Barcelona going […]
06/07/2009, Talk about one-of-a-kind – that’s exactly what the Mechanical Memory Key is, where it took around a dozen hours to complete by UK artist Rob Smith. The case itself is made out of wood, while within the enclosed space are parts from six other pocket watches of yore. The key is made out of purple heart & has approximately 26 Ruby’s which look great when the key catches the light, […]