Spend too many hours sitting in front of a computer (like we do)? Steelcase’s Sit-to-Walkstation is a hybrid treadmill and adjustable height desk with digital console to monitor calories.
The Eye-Fi Pro joins the company’s stable of versatile Wi-fi SD cards, this time packing RAW file and ad hoc support; the latter lets you upload files to your computer without a network or hotspot.
G-Star’s new Challenger bag gets the details right; a wide, cushioned shoulder strap, thick piping, tone-on-tone stitching and water resistant lining equal comfort and durability.
Modern society’s unending gadget upgrades get put into perspective by an H.G. Wells-era time traveler, whose love for last-gen iPods is only equalled by his fascination with zippers.
Likely due out June 15th, the Samsung Omnia II improves heavily on the outgoing Omnia: a 3.7″ resistive AMOLED touchscreen, 8.1MP camera w/dual LED flash, and video recording.
The Zero MX electric motorcycle is a motocross version of the original Zero S; larger 19″ alloy wheels, an upgraded suspension and anodized frame make it a seriously green dirtbike.
Vector Boom is a 2D space shooter with a twist: aside from upgrades, your primary weapon is essentially an expanding blast radius, limited by the amount of time you take to charge it.
New Era and Marvel team up for this Wolverine cap, part of their X-Men Faces collection; the patch with Logan is cool, but we’re digging the claw cutouts at the back and sides.
iShot Machine takes the best vices of Vegas (liquor and gambling) and combines them into a drink-dispensing slot machine; simply shake it and randomly get one of 3,000 shot recipes.
YouTube music celebs Paul Dateh and David Choi break out the strings in this stirring rendition of the Super Mario Land Theme; if this doesn’t get you doing a plumber’s jig, nothing will.
Targeted towards media centers, Brando’s wireless Entertainment Slim Keyboard includes a multi-touchpad that doubles as a numeric keypad; it also includes 18 media hotkeys.
We fear this may be the beginning of an epic battle (think Pirates vs. Ninjas), but let’s just say that Global Agenda’s No Elves trailer fires the first salvo in the great Elves vs. Snipers war.
With a heel notch for ankle mobility, these Jason Jessee x Vans Syndicate SK8-His are designed for chopper riders; it’s also lined with OutLast, a material which regulates temperature.
While there’s no gameplay in this Edge of Twilight trailer, we like its ominous, intensely atmospheric feel; it’s a third-person steampunk fantasy platformer due out third quarter 2009.
Breitling means to be taken seriously with their Chronomat B01, which features their first 100% in-house movement; we also like the retro-style numerals and 500m of water resistance.
If you can’t stand the sight of Zerglings getting mashed into a goo, be sure to skip this video filled with Starcraft II unit death animations; otherwise, let the pixel eviscerating begin.
Made from recycled materials and powered by Li-Phosphate batteries, Husqvarna’s Panthera Leo concept is smart and green: an LCD shows speed, cutting height and battery life.
Thrustmaster’s Tennis Duo Pack NW straddles the line between real and virtual; it not only works with Wii’s MotionPlus but includes a foam ball for when you want to break a real sweat.
It was bound to happen, but Scott Iseri of Scotty Got An Office Job gets fired after his boss learns of his videos; don’t beat yourself up too much, Scotty! Note: good stuff starts at 0:30.
Available today only: Philip Tseng’s Turtle Power t-shirt asks the question, “What if the TMNT were real turtles and tortoises?” The answer: the slowest ninjas you’ve never seen.
The Beanzawave brings us one buttprint closer to never leaving our cubicles again: it’s a USB-powered microwave that uses finely tuned cellphone radio frequencies to cook food.
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