Lavazza Modo Mio Extra
Before your daily hit of coffee wakes you up, ease into consciousness with an eye-opening sunny yellow Lavazza Modo Mio Extra coffee machine. The simplicity of the capsule delivery means even an early morning daze won’t stop you making an espresso, cappuccino or latte. And if yellow’s not your thing it comes in eight other colours too.
JCB Toughphone Pro-Smart
The company known for its yellow kit is delivering its other famous trait, with this phone, strength. The Toughphone Pro-Smart is JCB’s first Android Toughphone built to military certifications for resisting water, dust, impacts and even pressure of up to a ton. It might only be Android 2.3 Froyo, but with a 5MP snapper, microSD for up to 32GB memory, and Wi-Fi – it’s the toughest, if not smartest, smartphone we’ve seen in yellow.
Samsung Series 7 Gamer
Yes the Samsung Series 7 Gamer is yellow, marigold yellow to be exact. But more importantly this powerhouse (spotted at CES in this colour but not out until later this month), comes with a Core i7 processor, a 2GB AMD Radeon HD6970M graphics card, and a 300 nits 1080p HD display. And if you’re a less attention seeking gamer, it also comes in red.
Ferrari 458 Italia
£190,000 (used), pistonheads.co.uk
Some people say it’s not a Ferrari if it’s not red. We say the 562BHP, V8-engined 458 Italia shouldn’t be judged on the colour of its shell. It should be measured by how fast it can propel you from 0-60mph, which is in 3.4 seconds. Well, it can if you can afford the price, or don’t mind selling your house.
Vibration X sticker speakers
Want to turn your mug into a speaker? For £12, why not? This yellow Vibration X sticker speaker can be stuck on any surface and the vibrations will turn it into your own speaker. Although with a £12 price tag we can’t recommend this for sound quality. Novelty value is guaranteed to be high though.
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