Originally created in 1925 by Louis Vuitton to house a set of encyclopedias, this Trunk Humidor was modified for the traveling uber-chain smoker: it’s able to carry 500 cigars.
No word on a U.S. release, but this kick-ass trailer for Suck doesn’t suck: the rock-and-roll vampire comedy stars Rob Stefaniuk with Alice Cooper, Iggy Pop, and Malcolm McDowell.
This Brobdingnagian Sports Chair ensures you’ll always have an armchair throne even in the great outdoors; it stands 5.5′ tall, supports 400 lbs. and packs in 6 cup holders.
Despite its name, this Nights HD trailer for Gran Turismo 5 features mostly daytime shots, not that we’re complaining; the footage is gorgeous–now only if they’d release the game.
Green is not our color, but thankfully Incase’s reworked Neoprene Sleeve Plus comes in black and grey; it boasts a new inner border and extended faux-fur lining to increase protection.
Samsung teams up with Barnes & Noble for the E6, its first eReader for the US market; it features a 6″ display, built-in MP3 player, text-to-speech, Wi-fi, Bluetooth, and 2GB of internal memory.
The Hand Grenade Sword Cane is likely the most awesome multi-tool ever: pull the pin to uncover a compass, unscrew the grenade to reveal a sword, or just use the cane to bludgeon enemies.
The devs for Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands give us a First Look at the game, and boy is it a looker: you’ll have power over nature, 50+ enemy battles, and epic boss battles.
Dell’s Vostro may be targeted at small businesses, but the 3000 series will rope in a few consumers too; it sports sleek aluminum-class chassis, Core i5/i7 CPUs, and 13″-17″ screens.
Jay-Z and Alicia Keys get a geeky remake with Pantless Knights’ Entrepreneur State of Mind; sponsored by Grasshopper, it’s dedicated to tech startups and New Dorks everywhere.
Time gets broken down to the bare essentials with the 4N Wristwatch, so named for displaying four digital numbers using four mechanical main discs using an MVT01 movement.
This Universe trailer for Lost Planet 2 combines every other LP2 trailer and then some: running nearly 4 minutes long, it’s an epic non-stop onslaught of cinematics and gameplay.
Seven45 Studios’ upcoming PS3/Xbox 360 game Power Gig is a double-whammy for Guitar Hero/Rock Band fans: it hooks up a real axe up to your console for chording or chord play.
It’s considered a teaser, but this second trailer for Tron Legacy is definitely in like Flynn: a bit (8-bits, to be exact) more plot exposition as Sam Flynn searches for his MIA father Kevin.
Available today (3/9/10) only: you’d think it’d be simple to train a polar bear to press a button, but Desmond’s Replacement explains why the island (and the plot) has gotten un-bear-able.
Snowball Studios’ Round 6 is actually two stories in one: it’s a trailer for a video game called Fragball (think gladiator football meets Army of Two) which was invented for the sci-fi short film.
He may have had a bad motivator, but Luke hit the jackpot with Artoo: this R2-D2 USB Humidifier also doubles as a moisture vaporator, perfect for dry desert planets far, far, away.
Bodega and Converse join forces for a high-top roll-down version of the Poorman Weapons that are decidedly not poor: they sport a waxed canvas upper with deerskin lining.
Available on Blu-ray/DVD 4/13/10: it’ll knock your IQ down a rung with its low-brow humor, but The Slammin’ Salmon (starring Duncan Hines) is a cult comedy hit served on a platter.
And you thought you’d never use math in real life: the Inverse Graphing Calculator does all the work for you, but you’ll get an asymptotic high when it translates words into equation.
Mass Effect 1′s Mako was short for “makin’ me mad,” but we’re actually looking forward to the Hammerhead: the hovertank will be a free Mass Effect 2 DLC and will include new missions.
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