Iomega’s portable eGo hard drives get a refresh with a new 1/2″ thick aluminum case, 7oz weight and up to 500GB of space; a special BlackBelt model can survive falls of up to 7 feet.
We like this new trailer for Resonance of Fate (aka End of Eternity), but it seems to be a bit too American: the last half is filled with fast action sequences and the heavy metal-ish music.
Most laptop bags are a jungle of cables, dongles and mice, but Cocoon’s Grid It is a versatile organizer with a weave of rubberized elastic bands that hold everything in place.
Shot at the 2009 Texas Star Party, this stunning time lapse shows the Milky Way in all its awe-inspiring beauty; it was taken with a Canon EOS-5D, fisheye lens and 20-40s exposures.
Okamura brings the office down to earth with low, rear-tilting seats that’ll make you look like a racecar driver; they’re ideal for creative pros who spend long periods of time at the computer.
Sony’s trio of new Alpha DSLRs emphasize ease of use; the A230 weighs just 1lb, while the A330 and A380 feature a 2.7″ tiltable LCD screen and Live View; all three have HDMI-out.
The Ferrari F430 will bow out soon, but this Calavera ensures it’ll go out in a tatooed blaze of glory; it sports a 707 hp twin supercharged engine, a 0-60 of 3.5s and tops out at 216mph.
This Trek Parody is not only a funny spoof of the new Star Trek film, but also shows off The Sims 3 movie mashup tool; it’ll let you boldly go where no machinima has gone before.
These Lego-shaped USB Hubs are actually a good business idea, as they’re just begging to be combined with other bricks; hopefully they’ll be brought over from Korea soon.
Like Spore but funkier (if that’s even possible), Let There Be Sound is as gorgeous as it is grotesque; still, any film that simultaneously makes us smile and squirm is worth a watch.
The Vestal Surveyor’s all-black face gobbles up light, emphasizing its sleek, stainless steel case; a hydraulically stamped dial and leather strap serve as subtle accents.
In the Loop brings The Office’s style of comedy to international politics, specifically satirizing the Iraq war with bumbling government officials and endless one liners; it hits theaters 7/24.
This Maniac t-shirt shows that even Legoland has its deviants; Jason never was the same after someone switched his head, but thankfully it’s relatively easy to reassemble his victims.
Pirate Defense is yet another tower defense game (and not much of a looker), but gets interesting once you use traps; it takes some getting used to, but is worth the Yarrs and Arghhs.
Texting while walking can be almost as dangerous as driving, but Phase2 Media’s Email N’ Walk uses your iPhone’s camera to project what’s in front while you message away.
Based on a quote by clergyman Norman Vincent Peale, The Fly is an animated film about the power of thought, the value of patience and the need for flypaper. Thanks, Tenshi!
Winner of the Adidas Consortium aZX Project, these ZX700Ys sport wraparound silhouettes of famous worldwide landmarks as well as a reflective white toe box overlay.
Can’t afford a Lamborghini? Gotham Dream Cars’ Legends Dream Car Tour (6/9-6/10) lets you drive five and get driven by legendary stunt driver Valentino; see him in Top Gear above.
We’ve always been a fan of art-a-day blogs, but Andy Helm’s Dude-A-Day really appeals to us with caricatures of famous fictional male characters from movies, TV and comics.
We initially thought all this ginormous custom Halo PC map of Hyrule needed to be perfect was Link, but it looks like they’ve got that covered, too at 1:06; truly epic, ARKaMAN.
Relapse should be subtitled Return, as it brings Eminem back to his self-deprecating, darker roots with song after song skewering his and others’ shortcomings; it’s honest and raw.
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