Cardboard Radio: It's a cardboard FM radio and a portable speaker for your iPod (or other music player).
Vax's Cardboard Vacuum: This cardboard vacuum cleaner by Vax, is constructed from its own packaging materials.
Cardboard Record Player: This record player is created from cardboard that folds into an envelope. Once you assemble it, the record can be rotated on the player with a pencil. The vibrations go through the needle and are amplified in the cardboard material.
Recompute: Recompute made from cardboard houses a working computer.
Cardboard Camera: IKEA's digital camera is made out of cardboard.
Berlin Boombox: Designed by German designer Axel Pfaender, its made from reused cardboard, comes in black and white finish. It features two speakers, 3.5mm stereo input and volume dial.
Cardboard USB Drive: Flashkus USB drive concept comes from design studio Art Lebedev; it's acardboard version.
Cardboard Speakers: These DIY cardboard speaker from Merkury comes with six colored pencils to get you started.
Desk Lamp by Terkel Skou Steffensen: This desk lamp beautifully combines Scandinavian design simplicity with Japanese folding functionality.
Cardboard Mini Arcade: It's a cardboard mini arcade for your PSP.
Cardboard Clock: It's constructed from its own packaging materials.
B and D Messenger: The B and D messenger, designed by Okada Noriaki, uses cardboard for building its chassis.
Cardboard iPhone Dock: Simple to make and cool to look; make your own iPhone dock out of cardboard.
Cardboard Laptop: The Cardboard Laptop concept by designer Je Sung Park is made using reused paper or cardboard pulp all packed in layers. What makes this concept interesting is that the damaged part can easily be replaced with new ones.
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