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Brushed metal fetishists will love iRiver’s E50 PMP, due out in January; it’s pretty run of the mill otherwise, with up to 8 GB of space, an FM tuner, and a 1.8″ TFT LCD screen.
Lockheed Martin’s Multiple Kill Vehicle is at once amazing and a bit frightening; designed to intercept ICBMs, the video above shows it hovering while using thrusters.
With a case that tightly wraps itself around its internals, this Digit MP3 player concept could easily be a next-gen Nano (sans clickwheel); we’re really digging those wireless earphones.
Minimal talking, lots of action, and superbikes is just the way we like it: this video for Tekken 6 is basically one long, gorgeous character intro. Note that it cuts out abruptly at the end.
Maserati’s MC Sport Line offers a slew of carbon fiber add-ons (seen above on their GT S). It’s mostly for show, although their suspension kit stiffens springs and lowers the ride by 10mm.
We’ve featured some expensive watches, but this Horizon Watch is incredulous in its simplicity: it looks great, but for $39k you’re basically paying for designer Mark Newson’s name.
Larry is a firebreathing “robo dog” by industrial artist Lyle of the Mutoid Waste Co.; it’s powered by a Citroen 2CV engine and was made entirely out of old scrap in four weeks.
The devil is in the details with this Absence of Light jacket by LRG; textured raw denim, double stitching, shoulder epaulets, tons of pockets and ribbed details = awesome urban wear.
If you can ignore the atrocious English, this Item Getter trailer is like watching a Hayao Miyazake film; it’s a DS RPG that allows users to create their own items through alchemy.
If you liked the functionality of Huawei’s ad-hoc 3G router, Novatel’s MiFi ups the ante style-wise; it’ll run 4 hours on a single charge with a choice between EV-DO and HSPA speeds.
Got movie buff friends? Packed with over 1,500 examples from 15 countries over the past 60 years, Modern Movie Posters is a giant 500-page coffee table book for cinemaphiles.
Converse and UNDFTD have teamed up with Poorman’s Weapon, military bomber jacket-inspired kicks with a black nylon outer; the removable Converse chevron lets you go brandless.
Currently in closed beta, Parabellum is a free-to-play MMO/FPS; the angst-ridden trailer above gives a quick glimpse into a near-future New York besieged by terrorists.
T-shirts have always been a vehicle for self-expression, but Demographic takes this premise one step further with infographic style graphics that are at once more explicit and abstract.
Flickr user Derek is one lucky dude; not only does his girlfriend pack Japanese-style “bento” lunches, but arranges them into characters from Wall-E, Katamari, and Totoro. Thanks, Tenshi!
Auditorium is an intensely atmospheric musical instrument game with puzzle elements, with the payoff being a coherent piece of music; it’s best understood by simply playing it.
Wear and tear is a fact of life for both mountain and urban bicyclists; Topeak’s popular Alien II is a Swiss Army knife for riders, with 26 hardened steel tools in a break-apart body.
Geeks who live and breathe hexadecimal will love ThinkGeek’s Epoch Clock; despite its monolithic appearance, it’ll display the time in hex, octal, binary and unix epoch/POSIX.
Perfect for those with thrill-seeking Type T personalities, The Sharp End is an exhilarating rock climbing video with everything from free solos and high-lining to BASE jumping.
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