We’ve been holding off posting on Dell’s Adamo XPS, but this latest batch of teaser pics is too good to pass up: its razor-sharp 9.99mm case is so thin the hardware is in the screen.
Now available: Aurora Collective’s Velcro Straps are designed for road or track pedals and handmade with industrial strength fabric; be sure to read Peregrine Cyclery’s first impressions.
Dyson’s Air Multiplier is a minimalist’s dream, but it’ll cost you: the blades are hidden inside the base, which expels up to 118 gallons of air a second through an airfoil-shaped ramp.
The only flaps you’ll be lowering will be over your ears, but A. Kurtz’ Avery Flight Hat gives you the look of a 30s/40s-era flyboy; it’s lined with fleece and features an adjustable chinstrap.
You’ll need Viper’s $499 SmartStart system, but the SmartStart App lets you control your car via iPhone: start the engine, lock and unlock doors, open the trunk or set off the alarm.
Frankenstein’s story is well known, but gets recast in a mythic (and green) light in this Frank’s Origin t-shirt; still, his saga would have been truly epic had his brain not come from Abby Normal.
This Sacred Ashes trailer for Dragon Age: Origins may be cinematic, but we enjoyed the tag-team, LOTR-style combat and face time with a dragon; note to self: do NOT piss off the ladies.
The ultimate unitasker, the WikiReader lets you read all of Wikipedia offline (it updates via SD card); it has a B&W screen, four buttons and can run up to 12 months on two AAA batteries.
Modest Mouse’s trippy but impressive Whale Song music video begins with a Da Vinci style device and only gets stranger from there; it mixes live action, stop motion and other effects.
Bon Jovi finds their way off the Lost Highway and back to rock with The Circle; on sale 11/10, it’s their 11th studio album and will include the documentary When We Were Beautiful.
Mixing the old with the new, these S.T.A.R.S. figures of Redfield and Wesker are anachronistic yet cool; they’re alternate outfits seen in Resident Evil 5 but packing RE5 weaponry.
And it all started with clay and paper clips: LIFE Magazine gives us a peek at early spacecraft models and tests by both NASA and the Russian space programs in the 1960s and 70s.
Designed for playmakers, Nike’s CTR360 Maestri is a specialized soccer cleat that fill a voids in the market with Kanga-Lite leather, control pods on the strike zone and off-center lacing.
When you’ve got a small army to feed (or you have the appetite of said army), Weber’s Ranch Kettle saves the day: it boasts a giant 7.7 square feet of charcoal BBQing bliss.
One year after its debut teaser, AureaSection has released a second Naumauchia teaser in glorious HD; it’s a space combat game with up to 8 players and is due out later this year.
Rock while you roll with a Bicycle iPod Speaker: it’ll dock your iPod inside a waterproof case that clamps to your bike frame and is controlled via a handlebar-mounted remote control.
Lum-Tec’s Bull 45 chronograph goes minimalist with a blocky 45mm stainless steel bullhead case, but it ain’t just about looks: the top-mounted crown and pushers won’t poke your wrist.
A cross between a piano, a drum and a sax, the Eigenharp is an uber-instrument with the capabilities of an electronic keyboard; choose from the budget Pico or professional Alpha.
The LEGO Book is Nirvana for brick lovers; it’s a two volume set that includes a 200 page visual guide through LEGO’s history and a 96-page book celebrating the Minifigure.
Filmed with the RED ONE, Riese is a dystopic steampunk web series about a girl and her wolf; it’s also a sci-fi who’s who with a cast from Stargate, BSG, Smallville and Sanctuary.
Obey’s Duality of Humanity is now available in t-shirt form; it’s a collaboration with famed Vietnam War and Khmer Rouge photojournalist Al Rockoff and based on an actual photo.
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