Washington, Feb 17 (ANI): Computer experts have invented an avant-garde pair of jeans that are equipped with a set of speakers, a wireless mouse and a keyboard embedded into the upper thigh regions.
The dungarees of the dot com age are the brainchild of Dutch twenty-somethings, Erik de Nijs and Tim Smit, of design company Nieuwe Heren, which translates to "new gents", the Discovery News reported.
The jeans were designed to "combine fashion and technology," de Nijs told WebProNews.
"The idea was that you could log in to your computer and control it without sitting in a closed environment behind your desk."
Aesthetically, the jeans have two things going for them - what looks to be quality denim and, perhaps the best feature, their orange stitching embroidered to resemble a circuit board.
However, the keyboard's ergonomic, left-thigh placement of the alphabet could be Beauty and the Geek's saving elegance.
But one of the drawbacks is that the return key is located in the jeans' crotch.
The right back pocket has been particularly designed so the mouse fits snugly inside. The mouse is connected to the jeans through a strip of elastic and the pants come with a USB device that plugs into users' computers so a wireless connection can be maintained.
"The whole project is too complex and we don't have enough money right now to get it ready for the market," de Nijs added. (ANI)
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