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Brionvega RR227

Brionvega RR227
~$265  Buy Hat Tip View

A modern update of a classic 1965 Italian radio, the Brionvega RR227 includes an AM/FM radio and can play MP3 or WMA files through its 3W speaker via SD card, USB or Line-In.

4 Stars
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Nikon D5000

Nikon D5000
$730+  Buy Hat Tip View

Now official after a leak yesterday, Nikon’s D5000 DSLR packs a 12.3MP DX-format sensor, 2.7″ swiveling display, Live View, 11-point AF system and a 720/24p movie mode.

14 Stars
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Poly.Touch Synthesizer

Poly.Touch Synthesizer

Bridging the virtual and physical worlds, Mike Neumann’s Poly.Touch concept is a “tangible” synthesizer which lets you dynamically configure real objects to serve as controls.

2 Stars
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Scarab Lunar Rover

Scarab Lunar Rover

The racing stripes make it look like a soapbox racer, but CMU’s Scarab Lunar Rover is all business: able to work in light or dark using 3D laser scanners, it features a 1 meter coring drill.

1 Stars
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ALP Horn Headphones

ALP Horn Headphones
$175  Buy Hat Tip View

From cans to blocks: WeSC’s ALP Horn headphones feature funky square earcups; they also sport a convenient dual headband system, with a flexible inner band that fits your head.

3 Stars
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Tweenbots

Tweenbots

A funky but fascinating social experiment, watch Kacie Kinzer’s Tweenbots as they rely on the aid of strangers to get to their destination (displayed on a flag); they can only roll forward.

25 Stars
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DXG-125V Camcorder

DXG-125V Camcorder
$100  Buy View

Not too shabby: The DXG-125V is a 720p camcorder for less than $100; it also happens to be waterproof, includes a compass/lanyard, uses SD cards and runs on Li-ion batteries.

6 Stars
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CrunchPad B.5

CrunchPad B.5
~$300  Buy Hat Tip View

TechCrunch’s CrunchPad tablet now sports a slimmer design, an Intel Atom chip, bottom-up Linux OS and new Webkit browser version; Michael Arrington calls this the B.5 version.

3 Stars
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Samsung SGH-a657

Samsung SGH-a657

It’s not the first rugged military-spec cellphone we’ve seen, but Samsung’s SGH-a657 is well-featured with A-GPS, 3G, PTT, Bluetooth, email, microSDHC slot and built-in flashlight.

6 Stars
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PS3 Rumble Joystick

PS3 Rumble Joystick

XCM’s Rumble Joystick is the first to be compatible with the PS3; beyond the rockin’ and rollin’, it includes 4 memory buttons with up to 20 moves each, rapid fire and turbo modes.

5 Stars
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KDDI Idda G9

KDDI Idda G9

KDDI’s Idda G9 sliderphone may be Japan only, but we’re fawning over its stainless steel frame and titanium finish; it packs a 3″ touchscreen, 3.2 MP camera and pico projector support.

5 Stars
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DIY: Bulbdial Clock

DIY: Bulbdial Clock

Think of the Bulbdial Clock as a modern sundial: three rings of 12 multicolored LEDs project light onto a central rod, which in turn casts shadows–i.e., minute, hour and second hands.

6 Stars
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Acer Timeline Laptop

Acer Timeline Laptop
$699+  Buy Hat Tip View

Ranging from 13.3″ to 15.6″, Acer’s Timeline laptops target style-conscious buyers but also boast a decent feature set: LED displays, multitouch trackpads and up to 8 hours of battery life.

24 Stars
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WALL-E Case Mod

WALL-E Case Mod

For all you WALL-E lovers out there: your favorite robot has been cast into a fantastically detailed computer case, complete with meticulous step by step instructions. Thanks, IceBone!

12 Stars
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CupCake 3D Printer

CupCake 3D Printer
$750  Buy Hat Tip View

Yup, you read it right: MakerBot’s CupCake CNC is a 3D printer that essentially spits out plastic into shapes of your own design; it’s crude, but cheaper than commercial printers.

9 Stars
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All-White Leica M8

All-White Leica M8
>$6,000  Buy Hat Tip View

So exclusive that you can only request it over the phone, this all-white Leica M8 will be released in very limited quantities with a price likely to be between the regular M8 and the Safari.

12 Stars
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Kaossilator x Guitar Hero

Kaossilator x Guitar Hero

James Hasskin has taken the Korg Kaossilator, a touchpad synth, and packed it into the shell of a Guitar Hero guitar; the result is a techno-tastic axe mashup with 100 sound effects.

6 Stars
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Nehalem Apple Xserve

Nehalem Apple Xserve
$2,999+  Buy Hat Tip View

Apple’s rackmounted Xserve line finally goes the way of Nehalem: choose from 4 or 8 core Xeon CPUs (max 2.93GHz), 1066MHz DDR3 RAM, and an optional 128GB SSD boot drive.

4 Stars
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GM x Segway PUMA

GM x Segway PUMA

GM and Segway’s Personal Urban Mobility and Accessibility Project (PUMA) looks more like a one-man rickshaw; it uses a Lithium battery with a 35 mi range and tops out at 35mph.

5 Stars
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Pip-Boy x iPod Touch

Pip-Boy x iPod Touch

Post-nuke America meets Apple with this iPod Touch-powered Pip-Boy 3000; it uses the shell of the wristwatch replica that came with Amazon’s Survival Edition of Fallout 3.

6 Stars
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Aqua Sounder Speaker

Aqua Sounder Speaker
$150  Buy Hat Tip View

Grace Audio’s Aqua Sounder lets you take your iPod poolside without worrying about getting it wet; a dock streams music to up to 10 floating speakers, with a max range of 150 feet.

9 Stars
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