Over at www.core77.com there’s a post about a new concept phone that’s completely biodegradable once the antannea, battery and print board are removed. So basically, the case is biodegradable. Also embedded in the case are bamboo seeds, so once it’s thrown in the compost heap it’ll start growing bamboo plants. Not to mention it’s cute little bamboo design.
For the kid in your life, or the kid in you, this USB panda mouse gives your daily computing time a little pick me up. $24.95 at MouseStuff.
This USB drive would be a cute companion to the mouse, or adorable on its own. You can get a 1GB drive is only $15.95, or a 512MB for $13.95 at CCV.
However, if you really want to start a theme, you could also get the Panda PC. Though it seems that this little PC doesn’t seem as up to date as I would prefer, it would be a good first computer for a younger child or a new user. From $495 at NorhTec.
The black and white color scheme of Apple’s iPods make for a perfect match with our lovable Pandas, so why not combine the two?
This adhesive cover is a good choice if you’re not too hard on your iPod as it’s only a thin layer applied to the front and back of the iPod; it won’t protect it against falls or impact. It’s available from ideastyle on eBay for only $9.99.
For iPod owners that a little rougher on them, like me, this case from Kiwali is a bit more protective. It features a cover flap that snaps into place to completely encase the iPod. At only $14.99 it’s a steal that will impress even non panda lovers (if they actually exist).
Unfortunately I couldn’t find any panda cases available for the new iPods, but I’m sure it’s only a matter of time. In the meantime, you could always sport this cute tee from Pandas International.