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Thursday, February 23, 2012
Ummm . . . . . . . I don't think I have words
Talk about geek chic.
A Dutch company has developed a pair of high-tech trousers equipped with a wireless rubber keyboard stitched over the groin for those who need to dash out a line of code on the go.
“The idea was that you could log in to your computer and control it without sitting in a closed environment behind your desk,” designer
Erik de Nijs
told the Daily Mail.
The digital dungarees also sport a wireless mouse in the back pocket and a pair of speakers sewn into the thighs.
The company that came up with the idea, Nieuwue Heren, run by de Nijs and his partner
, have aptly called their jeans, “Beauty and the Geek.”
The fledging company has only developed a prototype, but estimates the iPants would cost around $400 in stores.
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