Here’s what happens when you stack 25,000 barrels into a 15,000 foot tall pillar, then let them fall to the ground. This insane mass-physics demo was created with the Unreal 3D gaming engine.
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Sony’s latest all-in-one desktop PC tops out with a stellar Core i7-620M CPU, running at 2.66GHz, a 21.5″ 1080p touchscreen display, a 500GB HD, (7200rpm), NVIDIA 310M GPU, and Blu-ray.
ColorWare is now making custom-colored HDTVs – any model in the color that you want. However, you can’t send them an HDTV that you already have; the offer is for a TV plus the paint job.
The Kube is a teeny tiny portable MP3 player that can hold up to 8,000 of your favorite tunes. Plays up to 6 hours of continuous music on one charge and recharges in an hour with included USB cable.
Nintendo’s new handheld 3D gaming system offers glasses-free 3D viewing on its 3.5″ top screen, adds an analog control, gyro and motion sensors, beefed up graphics, and a 3D camera on back.
Amidst all the buzz about the iPhone 4, Apple snuck out an update to the venerable Mac Mini, with all aluminum construction, faster CPU & GPU, HDMI output and user-upgradeable RAM.
Microsoft has revealed the much-anticipated “slim” black version of the Xbox 360, has a 250GB hard drive, built-in 802.11n Wi-Fi, is “whisper quiet,” and ships to U.S. retailers this week for $299.
This amazing robotic chess set took a core team of four people over a year to create, using over 100,000 LEGO parts, at a cost of appx. $30,000. Winner: the LEGO company.
Looking to shoot some HD footage on the cheap? Kodak’s latest entry into the HD digicam fray shoots 720p video at 60fps, and is their first HD camcorder for less than $100 bucks.
MSI’s latest gaming laptop offers a beefy 1.6GHz Core i7-720QM CPU and a blazing fast ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5870 GPU. The 17-inch monitor doesn’t do full 1080p, but 1680×1050 isn’t too shabby.
Munitio’s Teknines 18k gold earphones are designed to look like the slug from a 9-mm gun, but with top-tier listening specs. This is about the closest you’d ever want a bullet to your brain.
This 1W laser not only cranks out a tremendously intense beam thanks to the blue-laser diode from a Casio projector, it looks like a lightsaber, and can inflict serious damage, even from a distance.
The Amphony microFidelity 100 may be tiny, but its sound is mighty. The digital T-amp cranks out 20WPC stereo or 50W mono with a 115dB S/N ratio. Not bad for something you can pocket.
Got an old Macintosh Classic lying around? One enterprising modder in Japan figured he could use his old Mac as the perfect doc for his iPad, and it just plain works. Don’t you want one now?
Valentina Trimani’s brilliantly simple concept design combines the utility of a bookmark with low-voltage OLED illumination, so you can read your books while lying in the darkness of your bedroom.
Audio-Technica’s ATH-CKS90NC noise-canceling earphones can block out up to -22dB of noise. The noise canceling function runs on a single AAA battery for up to 50 hours of sweet aural nirvana.
The Kisai Changing Lanes watch tells time using an LED display which uses lanes of “traffic” to indicate hours, minutes and three minute intervals. We got stuck in the left lane behind an old guy in a Buick.
Apple’s latest wonderphone sharpens its display to an astounding 960×640 resolution, adds a front-facing camera, a 5MP digicam with 720p HD video, and runs iOS4, Apple’s multitasking OS.
Going for that Avatar-at-the-theater quality 3D media room experience? Sim2’s new C3X Lumis 3D just might do the trick with its dual projector system, each with 3 DarkChip4 1080p DLPs.
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