Cracked.com explores the consequences of oversized weapons and inventories: If Video Games Were Realistic introduces real-world problems to our virtual worlds. Thanks, Dean!
Available 11/09, Pioneer’s CDJ-2000 is a multi-format digital turntable that can be linked with up to 4 other units; it also packs a 6.1″ LCD, needle search pad and jog dial.
An Awesome Book may be for kids, but Dallas Clayton’s message appeals to all ages: remarkably popular for an indie-published book, he donates one book for each one sold.
Ocean Minded’s Uppers are not only comfy but eco-friendly; they sport an anatomical, odor-resistant footbed, hemp laces, bamboo lining, and outsole made out of recycled car tires.
If you thought fighting demons was bad, check out Eddie’s pre-Brutal Legend life: the intro shows him serving as the world’s best roadie for the world’s worst metal band, Kabbage Boy.
“Chiseled luxury” comes to mind with NOOKA’s new ZEM watch (available November); it features a gem-cut case and mineral crystal with leather or high-gauge stainless steel strap.
Goa’uld motherships can ruin your day, but this Stargate-inspired Pyramid HTPC case has us singing the praises of our false gods; it’s made by the same guy who made the Pyramid PC.
Ditch the mousepad, because Gyration’s Air Mouse Elite is their flagship in-air mouse; it weighs 3.3 oz. and features 3 programmable buttons, a 100 ft. range and charging cradle.
No word on whether the commentary system’s been tweaked, but this gameplay trailer for NBA 2K10 gets one thing right: the players each have their own swagger, aka Signature Plays.
Case-Mate’s I.D. Case ups your iPhone 3G/3GS’s convergence cred by doubling as a wallet; it’ll fit up to two credit card-sized items (think IDs or cash), making this ideal for clubbing.
Due out 9/25/09 at select locations, Paranormal Activity has been getting rave reviews on horror blogs and is touted as the next Blair Witch Project; think shaky-cam scares at home.
Crate and Barrel’s Raised Number Wall Clock doesn’t tell time, it blasts it out: bold, 3D extruded numbers, aluminum hands and a black-on-black colorway make this ideal for modern pads.
If you prefer tribbles over TNG, this Star Trek Original Series Tricorder is for you; its an analog artifact in a digital world, but you can’t beat the lights, sound effects and Spock sound clips.
They look ready to explode out of an unsuspecting victim’s chest, but these Alien LED Jumper Cables are purely benign; a high-intensity LED lights up when you squeeze the clamps.
Kevin Cyr’s Camper Bike is a functional three-wheeled, pedal-powered RV that made the rounds in China in 2008; he’s currently at work on his next project, the urban-inspired Camper Kart.
The Method is Burton’s uber-snowboard: it sports high strength/low weight UltraMeth tech, on-the-fly stance Burton Channel system, Alumasuperfly core, Slimrails and Pro-Tip edges.
The Fine Brothers are back with arguably their “finest” work ever: 100 TV Spoilers: Emmy Edition ruins everything from Saved By The Bell to The Sopranos in just six minutes.
With K-7 features in a K-2000 body, Pentax’s K-x DSLR is a decently-priced franken-camera; you’ll get 720p HD video recording, a 12.4 MP sensor and 4.7 fps continuous shooting.
Good news for Muggles and magicians alike: The Wizarding World will open in Spring 2010 at the Universal Studios Orlando theme park; Flight of the Hippogriff to Hogwarts Castle, anyone?
Originally previewed here, the Archos 5 Internet Tablet is official: it runs Android and features a 5″ touchscreen, 720p HD playback, Wi-Fi (n), BT 2.0, GPS and up to 32 GB storage.
DJ Hero marks Daft Punk’s first participation in a video game, and we couldn’t be more excited: it’ll include 11 exclusive mixes with artists including Young MC, Queen, and Gary Numan.
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