A little bit of X-Files intrigue, a little bit of Indiana Jones-style supernatural archaeology and a whole lot of steampunk gadgetry fires up the pilot episode of Warehouse 13.
There, they encounter a cavernous warehouse filled with weird artifacts stored over the past century by the federal government. Named after inventor Philo Farnsworth, the Farnsworth communicator is supposedly hacker-proof. A new computer screen is patched into an old keyboard in the Warehouse's gadget-filled office. This morning i was so half awake, i started things off catching up on the new Syfy show Warehouse 13 to ease into things… and couldn’t help but fixate on the STEAMPUNK WACOM TABLET!

As with most science fiction shows, it takes me a few to warm up to them, but i always love the gadgets!!! Rumpled manager Artie, played by Saul Rubinek (pictured above, center) welcomes the agents with an array of antique gizmos. Borrowing a page from the Breaking Bad school of high-contrast desert cinematography, the artfully shot Warehouse 13 emphasizes its characters’ isolation. I mean i love all the bizarre archaic gadgetry (Wired has a nice look at them)… but its the tablet and keyboard that got me first. Maybe going back to Wargames or later finding The Andromeda Strain with the farmshack that is a downward elevator when pulling on a shovel on the wall.

Their mission: Track down a sinister artifact each week and bring the relic back to South Dakota for safekeeping. So, add us to your ad blocker’s whitelist or pay $1 per week for an ad-free version of WIRED.

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Comments to «Warehouse 13 keyboard for sale online»

  1. quneslinec writes:
    Embrace D and F# and you are.
  2. kvazemorda writes:
    Ear (as Nate teaches them on the DVD) or by following along.