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Thermaltake Attracts Women With Swarovski Bling

That said, it seems Thermaltake is trying to cater for the few people who might actually want an "absolutely elegant aluminum" iPod stand or a laptop stand that is completely covered in Swarovski crystals, rather than its usually market of men (and women) who wish to house more spectacular and increasingly large heat sinks. Enter its year old brand, Luxa. Aimed at those who want to stand out from the crowd, looking at any of these products will likely damage your vision.

The images below are probably the best way to represent what Luxa is all about so we’ll leave you with this cascade of Swarovski and you can make up your own minds…

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  • starryman
    Attracts women? Those cases look like they attract gold diggers. Give me a break.
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  • dman3k
    They could have easily found a much hotter girl for this... but, hey, it still brightens up my day!
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  • starryman
    dman3kThey could have easily found a much hotter girl for this... but, hey, it still brightens up my day!Believe me dude... at these nerd conventions, anything with two orbs on their chest is the hottest thing.
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  • Kill@dor
    Oh great, now Jamie Fox's Golddigger song is stuck in my head...
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  • Tindytim
    starrymanBelieve me dude... at these nerd conventions, anything with two orbs on their chest is the hottest thing.So I'm guessing Steve Wozniak is at those things.
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  • KyleSTL
    Thermaltake has angered the Gods with devices so gaudy and ugly. Surely we will all have to pay for this mistake.
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  • sublifer
    mmmmmmmmm booth babes.... Is Tom's going to give us a booth babe slide show again this year?
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  • verenos
    Where are the 24" spinners?
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  • icepick314
    are they TRYING to be tacky?
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  • Pei-chen
    Why use booth babe if the product is aimed at girls? Maybe a special kind of girl?
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