We’re tempted to call the Indigo a $12k iPod Dock, but that doesn’t describe all of its features; it’s designed to serve as a hub for your analog and digital audio both wired and wirelessly.
This Star Trek TOS-styled Communicator is not only a must-have for Trekkies, but actually serves as a VoIP phone with working speaker and buttons plus 21 sound effects.
Filmed with a modified $100,000 TyphoonHD4 camera, the slow-motion BBC footage above is absolutely stunning; it shows surfer Dylan Longbottom in a 12 foot monster barrel.
It may not be much to look at, but Garmin’s Oregon 550/550t navigator adds several significant features: a 3.2MP camera, geotags, 3-axis compass and sunlight readable touchscreen.
We’re not sure how effective Daniel Eindhoven’s CoilMaster Coil Gun is, but it sure as hell looks badass: it’s a 14-shot semi-automatic which fires 42g projectiles with 18J of kinetic energy.
Nokia’s E52 retains the svelte candybar design of the E51, but doubles talk time to 8 hours (6 hours on 3G); it also features a 3.2MP camera, GPS, noise cancellation and new email UI.
Weighing only half a gram, the PD-100 Black Hornet is no toy: this government-only mini spy copter flies up to 20mph and sports a camera which can relay video to an RC unit.
Evil Mad Scientist Labs shows off some of the chroma-fantastic properties of their Peggy 2 LED board in the video above; it’s amazing that they’re doing this with 2×2 RGBW super pixels.
Barely a day after the Kindle DX announcement, meet Hard Graft’s new Dapper Kindle case: it fits the Kindle 1, Kindle 2 and Kindle DX and is made with wool felt and Italian leather.
Just shy of a netbook, SmartQ’s 7 MID features a 7″ WVGA touchscreen, Linux OS, WiFi, two USB ports, stereo speakers, and up to 48 hours of music playback on Li-poly batteries.
Flickr user Reintji has an illuminating (and growing) collection of x-rayed consoles and their controllers; you’ll see the naughty bits of everything from a PS3 to the borg-like Gamecube.
Percussa’s Audio Cubes should be called wonder cubes; they produce lo-fi music (“cube bending”), double as visual controllers, and can network wirelessly in groups of up to 100 cubes.
Large and somewhat in charge, Amazon’s Kindle DX targets newspaper and textbook readers with a 9.7″ screen with auto rotation, 3.3GB of storage, and a native PDF reader.
Its refresh rates are atrocious, but we have to hand it to Kyle Buckner for creating one cool school project: his wooden MacBook features a working hinge and penciled-in details.
At nearly double the cost but the same specs of a regular K20D, these pricey (but gorgeous) titanium 14.6MP Pentax K20D DSLRs are pure vanity; they’re limited to 1,000 pieces.
Nearly exact replicas of Hip Hop’s most famous sequencers, these Akai MPC 2000XL and E-Mu SP1200 flash drives have 4GB of space, ideal for storing your MP3s, of course.
Turn your living room into an impromptu nightclub with this hypnotic DIY RGB Coffee Table; it uses 9×9 array of 81 Arduino-controlled ShiftBrite LEDs installed on a 2×2 Ikea table.
Budget friendly and stylish to boot, Altec Lansing’s low-profile BXR1220 can-shaped speakers feature dual 50mm drivers, built-in controls and are conveniently powered by USB.
Squeeze more juice out of your MacBook with HyperMac’s 222Wh external battery; it’s good for 32 hours and a ridiculous 52 times for your iPhone; of course, it does weigh almost 5 lbs.
Calrec’s Apollo Audio Console is a visual and audio feast, with OLED displays, touchscreens and light-emitting knobs; the mixer uses Bluefin2 HDSP with 12 layers and up to 320 faders.
RipNAS’ Statement is meant to be seen but not heard: it’s the world’s first SSD CD ripping NAS packed in a gorgeous case which is virtually silent; choose from SSD and HDD flavors.
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