Joel Scilley certainly knows how to make a mean custom turntable. Some are his designs, but he also custom makes ones from others’ plans. All of them feature an Origin Live DC motor controller and quality bearings and are made with redwood burl, walnut and other wood. Featured at the recently opened FiveTen Studio in Oakland, the Audiowood turntables are all available for sale and Joel can also create audio devices such as speakers, racks and stands.
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Swiss company Pat Says Now features a “computer maus” for those who are particular about their peripherals. We found this 3-button Brain Wheelmouse with a 520 dpi resolution that connects to your USB with a PS/2 plug and is compatible with Windows, Mac or Linux. It is available in a Limited Edition for EUR €24,90 (~$34.00.)
We are also rather partial to this 3-button optical Suisse Mouse because you can never have too many Swiss Army toys around the house. Suitable for PC and Mac, it features a 800 dpi resolution and a price of €29,90 (~$41.00.) Both mice come with 3 year warranties. The company also customizes so that you can use your own design or company logo.
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