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Travel in style and ease with a suitcase that has a mind of its own.
Anytime you come to an incline like a hill or a ramp, this self-propelled suitcase from Hammacher Schlemmer will power itself up the slope up to a maximum speed of three miles per hour.
Don't worry about the luggage taking off without you, though. The suitcase powers up only when it is in motion, carrying a minimum of 7kg (the maximum is 30kg), and the handle comes out of the suitcase at an angle of 15 to 35 degrees.
Beauty and the Geek jeans
These pants may be just a concept, but they're also the ultimate in utility wear for any gadget-loving geek.
Designed by Erik De Nijs, these jeans use wireless USB to connect to your computer.
Peripheral devices built into the jeans include a full-size wireless QWERTY keyboard, a wireless mouse that fits into a specially designed back pocket, and built-in speakers at the knee.
The stitching for the jeans was inspired by the look of printed circuit boards. De Nijs recently founded a product design company called Nieuwe Heren (loosely translated as 'new gents') with his business partner Tim Smit.
Nieuwe Heren is currently looking for a manufacturer to produce the Beauty and the Geek jeans.
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