Looking like a cross between Unicron and the Tokamak, this LEGO CubeStormer puts humans to shame and humanity on notice: it can solve a Rubik’s cube in only 12 seconds.
The Ophidian Shuriken is one throwing star you don’t want to throw away; made out of 440 stainless steel, one blade pivots to turn it into the equivalent of a three-pointed brass knuckle.
Sure, the iPad Basic (aka the Notepod+) is a pad of paper, but it features zero bezel, infinite battery life, and doubles as a mousepad; in other words, GUI-sketching heaven for app devs.
Compared to the Desire, HTC’s Legend is a no-go with no 3G, but its aluminum body is a head-turner; it also sports Android 2.1, a 600 MHz CPU, optical trackpad, and 3.2″ AMOLED screen.
Ernst Benz’s ChronoScope PEK watch celebrates the Lunar New Year; limited to 8 pieces in red or black, each features numbers on the dial written in formal Chinese calligraphy.
Defendor may come across as Kick-Ass’ lower budget little brother, but we’re liking Woody Harrelson’s take on fake superhero-ing in this second trailer; it’s due out on DVD 4/13/10.
At nearly 8 feet tall and weighing over 1,200 lbs, we’re not sure if we’d rather be stuck with this Alien Queen Sculpture or the real thing; it’s made from over 4,000 pieces of recycled steel.
100 Star Wars fans is a tiny Comic-Con at best, but this Bristol Lightsaber Flashmob makes up for it with sheer Force of will; it took place 2/13/2010 at a shopping mall in England.
Hard Graft refines its 6-in-1 uber-bag for 2010: the new 2Unfold comes in two limited edition colorways (hazelnut brown and graphite grey) with black shoulder strap and individual numbering.
Not just for looks, the 2011 Lotus Elise not only gets an Evora-esque fascia but reduces its drag coefficient by 4%; it also gets a beefier 1.8L (192 hp) and a new 1.6L (134 hp/118 lb-ft).
The OpenTablet 7 is a 7″ multitouch tablet designed to serve as a home command center; it weighs 1.15 lbs and features 802.11n Wi-fi, dual HD video/still cameras, and Flash CS4.
The propeller doesn’t leave much room for smuggling Jedi, princesses, or droids, but Hasbro’s R/C Millenium Falcon is no piece of junk: it flies up to five minutes at a time. Thanks, Thorir!
If only survival of the fittest were really turn-based: Darwin’s Theory of Evolution has less to do with genetic selection than Trainer selection in this Endless Forms Most Beautiful t-shirt.
HTC’s Desire/Bravo goes one-on-one with Google’s Nexus One (also HTC); it features a 3.7″ multitouch 480×800 AMOLED screen, 1 GHz CPU, 5 MP camera, and Android 2.1 w/Sense UI.
Entire world, meet Dan Meyer: the Santa Cruz high school teacher has created a 2009 Annual Report of his life that includes beers imbibed, TV watched, miles driven, and hour slept.
Room101′s Executive Collection puts the bling in single- and double-finger block rings; available with 22k gold, diamonds, rubies, and more, each bespoke ring is also laser-engraved.
Polaris’ 2010 Ranger RZR is the world’s first 4-seat sport side-by-side vehicle; made for dunes, desert, and wide-open spaces, it sports 26″ tires and a 12″ long-travel suspension.
Sony Ericsson’s downsizes its X10 Xperia with the X10 mini and mini pro; both feature 2.55″ touchscreens, Android, and 5 MP cameras, with the mini pro boasting a slide-out QWERTY.
Hasbro’s Star Wars AT-AT gets galactically sized; 24″ tall and 28″ long, it fits up to 20 figures inside and includes a zip-line, articulated legs, LED lights, sounds, and a pop-out speeder bike.
Multiplayer decor at its finest, hangUp not only gives gamers a place to stow their capes and cloaks but sports ball-tops that can be swapped with any other arcade ball-tops.
Firefly captains can learn the New Canaan run with the Atlas of the Verse: Volume One; the giant 12″x16″ book features 26 full-color pages and 11 planetary systems on 100 lb. paper.
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