Art Lebedev Unveils Plastinkus DJ Scratch Card

Posted: Jul 31 2008, 12:44pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 9:47am CDT, in News | Other Stuff

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Art Lebedev is usually known for releasing expensive keyboards and keypads that use OLED displays for the key tops. It's also known for taking years to bring said keyboard to market.

In a change, the design studio has announced an odd credit card like device that is called Plastinkus. The card is a scratch pad that has a rotating wheel and is printed to look like a record player.

The claim is that the devices make sounds just as you would hear from scratching a vinyl record. I guess some people are still into the whole scratching thing, I haven’t though it was cool since I was grounded for ruining my dad's Thriller album trying to scratch.

Via Pocket-lint

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