Some of our readers will remember the cool Ctrl, Alt, Delete cups that we featured on the site back in September 2008, when we featured these geeky cups there were just a design and there was no word on when we were likely to see them in the shops.
Here is another fun geeky t-shirt that would make a great addition to you geeky wardrobe, the The Airdrop Tetris T-Shirt.
Have you every wondered where Tetris blocks come from?
Here is a fun geeky accessory for your apartment, that is bound to add some geeky style, the Pong Vinyl Wall Decal.
The Pong Vinyl Wall Decal measures 3 metres tall by 2.5 metres wide, and it comes in a variety of colors, which include, red, violet, grey, yellow, blue and lots more, so you could have one on each wall.
If your a Star Wars fan, then you may want to check out these cool Star Wars themed iPhone cases.
There are two versions available, a Darth Vader iPhone Case and a Stormtrooper iPhone case, the cases are made from hard plastic and they will fit both the iPhone 3G and iPhone 3GS.
We have seen quite a few different geeky cakes here at Geeky Gadgets, the latest one if this cool Pac-Man Cake.
This geeky Pac-Man cake was made by The Domestic Scientist, as a grooms cake for a friends wedding, this is definitely one of the coolest video game themed cakes we have seen to date.
This crafty cyclist created this innovative mod for his bike to help him get seen at night. Rather then using the off the shelf reflectors (Which don’t do half as good a job as this mod) he popped down his local road maintenance centre and asked for any spare scraps of reflective tape used on road signs.
If you need to do a little undercover convert night spying then these Infra-red Stealth Night Vision Goggles will defiantly help. Allowing you to see up to 15m ahead in absolute darkness. Using a powerful infra-red lamp which is barely viable by the naked eye.
Here is a cool chair that would look great in any geeks apartment, the The Shift Chair By Simone Micheli.
The Shift Chair is inspired by the number keypad on your PC keyboard, and it is made from solid pine, plywood and padded with polyurethane foam.
Check out this fantastic replica Millenium Falcon holochess table Created by Philip Wise. Who has tried to create the most exact replica he possibly could. He has even built in the 50sec light and studio pattern from the first movie in the Holochess table which plays from an internal flash drive. Check out the video after the jump.
Scott Holden has created probably the coolest Star Wars costume we have ever seen on Geeky Gadgets, the Star Wars Tauntaun Costume.
The Star Wars Tauntaun Costume was designed in Solidworks, and then Scott used a variety of materials, which include, wood, expanded metal, and plaster of paris, and foam, check out the video of it in action below.