Dell’s convertible is now available. Runs touch-friendly Stage software in tablet mode and Windows 7 in netbook mode. Has a dual-core Atom CPU, 2GB RAM, Bluetooth, and Wireless b/g/n.
Hand made using various types of woods, the Koostik works like the body of an acoustic guitar, amplifying the volume of an iPhone’s speakers by about two to four times, no plug or battery needed.
Crazy discounts. Long lines. Throngs of people. No thanks. Here’s a video compilation of some of the more insane melees in the history of shopping. We’ll be doing all our buying online today.
Screw high-speed railways. America’s #1 source of satire has just reported that instead of expensive bullet trains, you’ll be getting bullet buses. Stay the hell out of the shoulder lanes people.
Well, it’s not really parkour, but tossing items from across the store into their carts and shopping bags still requires amazing dexterity and skill. Or maybe it’s all fake – it is a commercial after all.
That turkey might be not be fully cooked just yet, so until it’s ready please enjoy these epicurean delights from Epic Meal Time. Bonus: looking at this may help you avoid overeating. (Thanks Ugo!)
Inspired by skater Chad Muska, these bold, impact-resistant shades from 413’s CDXIII line send a clear message: you’ve got everything under control, and you look like a real bad-ass.
Acer’s new tablets will run Android 3.0 (aka “Honeycomb”), Google’s “Tablet OS.” They’ll come in 7 and 10.1-inch versions, with 1280×800 resolution, and the 10-inch has 1080p HDMI out.
Darek Sepiolo’s astounding video of life in the Galapagos islands had us convinced we were looking at another world. When we realized this is right here on Earth, our minds exploded.
We like this fun companion video showcasing Freitag’s F48 Hazzard backpack: it offers portrait and landscape carrying options, quick access toe loop and intelligent storage for all your gear.
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