Marc Jacobs Stardust headphones
While the World+Dog appears to have jumped on the Dr. Dre Beats bandwagon, there are other pairs of headphones out there, ya know? Take this pair of Marc Jacobs cans for a start. Any mention of the brand certainly grabs the attention of feminine ears, and they're lightweight, covered in hearts and even come in pink. Booyar.
The Stardust from Marc Jacobs are semi-open on-ear headphones that feature an adjustable headband and a fabric-woven cord.
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Nintendo recently launched this feminine version of its latest handheld, tempting My Little Pony fans and cutesy pink-loving casual gamers into picking one up.
It may have had a slow start since release, but 3DS sales have picked up recently and Ninty has just announced a more encompassing digital platform, the Nintendo Network, which'll help keep the flow of content heading onto the platform and integrating it with the upcoming Wii U.
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Did anyone in the office actually bother to ask the girls?
Does anyone in the office actually have a girlfriend?
So it's true, women can only use technology if it's pink
Expect a thorough kicking when you get home, sir. Particularly if your gift of lurve is a pink USB hard drive.
Slap a coat of pink on it, and away you go!
I'm looking around my condo right now and I see three laptops, one desktop, one server, several external drives, two flat screen monitors, a printer, and router - none of it is pink. Had it been pink, I would have passed it by, I'm more of a blue/silver girl. Tip: just because you slap a layer of pink enamel on a tech product, it doesn't mean that it's suddenly meant for girls.
Spawn of Satan because it kinda looks like a purse with a smiley face.