Coming in at $9,995, Ducati’s Hypermotard 796 is a wallet-friendly version of its 1100; you’ll get an 81 hp/55 lb.-ft. torque engine, low 32.5″ seat height and a dry weight of 368 lb.
Created “with conviction” by Tampa, FL inmates, Jailhouse Fire’s Hot Sauce supports inmate programs while delivering a fiery kick; choose from Original, Smoke and No Escape flavors.
With a calf leather upper, dual density footbed and memory foam, FootJoy’s Icon golf shoes are not just technically sound but also come in a collection of 5 swanky patterns and 19 styles.
Think fast: you’re a Hollywood writer and you’ve run out of story ideas. Who do you call? No Signal is a rapid-fire series of clips for the most overused horror/thriller plot device ever.
Worn by astronaut Scott Carpenter in 1962, Breitling is offering 1,000 Navitimer Cosmonaute watches for its 125th birthday; it features 24 hour divisions and a flyback function.
This World trailer shows off Brutal Legend’s setting and characters; the game will have classic metal, goth, and S&M factions, plus the most dynamic, baddest-ass sky we’ve ever seen.
Timbuk2′s bike-friendly bags expand to netbooks with the T-Pack; built specifically for 10″ or under laptops, it features air mesh padding, a ballistic nylon and a power brick pocket.
Wayne Eyre’s Submarine room is a crush depth-worthy man cave: it sports a working periscope, plutonium torpedoes, an island bar, and of course, a big screen TV with surround sound.
Looking like a scene straight out of Mad Max, a 500 km x 1000 km swathe of Australia was blanketed by a huge dust storm on 9/23; it was the worst storm to hit Sydney in 70 years.
Debuting today at the Alamo Drafthouse and opening in Russia 10/15, we don’t get a word of this First Squad anime trailer–but what we see rocks: WW2, zombie knights and Nazis.
Arcimoto’s Pulse is a tandem two-passenger electric car with that costs only $20k; built in Oregon, it’ll be available in 2010 with a 50-100 mile, 6-8 hour range and a 55 mph top speed.
Three different environments (jungle, urban and desert) get shown off in this Episodic Trailer for Lost Planet 2; it may be purely cinematic, but it’s also four minutes of pure awesome.
Wacom’s Bamboo graphic tablets now feature multitouch along with normal pen input; gestures include drag, right-click, pinch-to-zoom, rotation, scrolling, and back and forward.
Tom of Timescapes’ Mountain Light takes time-lapse photography to stunning heights; he mounts his Canon 5D II on dollies to do ridiculously cool panning shots. Thanks, Rob!
Alienware’s most powerful MicroATX desktop ever, the Aurora ALX maxes out with an overclocked 3.6GHz Core i7 975, dual ATI or NVIDIA cards, up to 24GB RAM and liquid cooling.
We’ve seen yachts with indoor gyms and helipads, but Wally-Hermes’ WHY Yacht asks “Why not?” and blows ‘em out of the water: it features a 36 meter private beach out back.
Bling-out your LEGOs with ChromeBricks.com: everything from helmets and car parts to entire minifigs are coated with an ultra-thin 50 micrometer layer of real gold, chrome or copper.
Created after losing his cooker on the way to a BBQ contest, Steve’s Barrel Smokers are actually firebrick-lined 55-gallon drums; each comes with a smoker plate and water pan.
Combining two great vices in one, this Playing Cards Flask is a stainless steel flask that flips open to reveal a full deck of playing cards–just don’t drink yourself under the table.
In an era when trailers show too much, we appreciate this featurette for Pandorum; it focuses more on the space horror flick’s psychology as opposed to showing gory take after take.
This Predator vs. T-Rex resin model is about as awesome it gets: available in kit form, it stands 14″ high and pits the two kings of the jungle against each other in a truly epic battle.
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