The field rail system on the Teenage Engineering Field Desk finally has its first accessories. For the uninitiated, the Field Desk is part of the field rail system, which is Teenage Engineering’s open-ended modular furniture range made to adapt to your needs as your work environment changes. It is like the MOLLE system of a …
Recording a meeting, interviews, and ideas can be easily done with most smartphones and usually, that would suffice, after all, those sounds are just for reference. However, if a high-quality audio recording is what you are after, then perhaps you will need a dedicated recording device, such as the Teenage Engineering TP-7 Field Audio Recorder …
For a consumer electronics company as established as Teenage Engineering, it may come as a surprise that it does not have a microphone yet. But that has just changed with the latest addition to TE’s field system, the Teenage Engineering CM-15 Studio Microphone.
I am sure you are familiar with the MOLLE backpack. It allows different add-ons to be attached based on your needs. Now imagine the same concept applied to a desk and you have the Teenage Engineering Field Desk.
It is nothing out of the ordinary when a Swedish consumer electronics company Teenage Engineering offers field accessories such as backpacks, tote bags, and whatnot. But what may raise some eyebrows is this: Teenage Engineering x Stigberget beer.
Ever wanted to cut your own vinyl record, or at least do a, well, mixed record? If so, the Teenage Engineering PO-08 Factory Record Kit is the gadget that will let you do just that.
Google has teamed up with Teenage Engineering to bring the Pocket Operator experience to Pixel phones. Why? I have absolutely no idea. The Android app, called Pocket Operator for Pixel, is essentially a Pocket Operator for mobile phones with a twist.
Teenage Engineering marries tech and Scandinavian minimalism style. While it dabbled in fields beyond music making and audio enjoyment, it never had personal music equipment. This prompted a young product designer, Haechan Ryu, from Seoul to think about what a pair of Teenage Engineering TWS earbuds would look like if the Swedish consumer electronics company …
The mention of pressure forming machine, it probably conjures up an image of a clunky, very industrial-looking machine that probably stands on its own. In other words, pressure forming is something you can’t do at home but that changes with the Mayku Multiplier.
Most people would want a functional, stylish PC case but stylish does not necessarily mean it has to be a life-size Iron Man suit, drivable or rideable. Sometimes, minimal is in itself a style as proven by the Teenage Engineering Computer-1 mini-ITX PC Case.