In Pictures: Queen Victoria's gadgets - tech gear for the steampunk set

Occupying a fantastic world where Charles Darwin meets Steve Jobs, steampunk-modded devices blend 19th- and early 20th-century styles with 21st-century tech. Get an eyeful of these cool and clever computers, cellphones, speakers and more.

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A trackpad for the Gilded Age With a case of either mahogany or dark walnut surrounded by polished brass trim, Datamancer's $400 Marquis Trackpad makes the ultimate steampunk desktop statement. The look is pure 19th-century luxe, with the choice of brown leather, black leather or burgundy faux leather for the palm rest and either a semi-gloss or gloss finish.

It may not look it, but under the Marquis's skin is an off-the-shelf Apple Magic Trackpad; you can supply your own and reduce the price by $70. Datamancer also sells matching Marquis keyboards in beautifully etched brass (for $1,200) or aluminum (for $850).

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