Burger King and t-shirts seems “cheesy”, but their Burger King Studios apparel line is surprisingly fresh and hip; our favorite is King of Deliciousness where you can have it your way.
Steel Toe Studios excels at making cool stuff from found objects; their Cyclone bike gear bottle opener is our top pick; it’s welded to a steel bushing and then oxidized and hot waxed.
Point-and-shooters with a need for speed should check out Casio’s EX-FC100; this 9.1 MP camera can record high speed at 30 shots per second and movies at up to 1,000 fps.
We can’t get enough of these Prototype gameplay clips; the genetically-modified parkour-wielding anti-hero game (due out this summer) looks as sweet as ever, courtesy G4TV.
For the photographer with ADD, Sony’s Cybershot G3 comes with Wi-Fi and a built-in browser so you can surf and snap; the camera also sports a 10 MP camera and 3.5″ touchscreen.
While we still wish GT 5 Prologue was released in a finished form, we’re still salivating over this video from their Spec III release, which added the Ferrari California and Lotus Evora.
With a heritage that stretches back to 1983, Adidas Forum celebrated its 25th anniversary with a Foot Locker re-release that adds a heel cup and high strap for ankle protection.
While we’ve previously featured Kirk Hawkin’s Icon A5, Wired has an short but sweet video interview up with some great panning and in-flight shots; note: 15 second ad pre-roll.
We’ve featured 826 Valencia before, but weren’t aware until recently that they were also a non-profit that tutors kids in writing; all the more reason to buy their pirate swag, yarr!
For flight sim players who can’t have too many buttons, Mad Catz’ Cyborg X joystick delivers; it features 11 programmable buttons (double that if you press the shift button).
Finally, some targets geeks will appreciate: Olly Moss’ has a sweet “Shoot the Baddies” graphic that features our favorite movie and game villains. Note: vote for it at Threadless.
Gateway finally throws its hat into the 13.3″ laptop ring with its UC Series; materials scream premium, with brushed aluminum and rounded edges. It is hefty, however at 5.3 lbs.
Okay, so you won’t be tossing X-Wings around anytime soon with The Force Trainer, but it does read your brain waves and “train” you to move a ball upwards by merely concentrating.
For those who want their pack to stand out from… the pack, Speck’s TuckPack is an upscale-ish laptop bag for 13″ notebooks; choose from Coffeehouse Brown or Black Pinstripe.
A funky mix of Borat meets St. Elmo’s Fire meets The Office, The Zangief Chronicles is the only time we’ll admit looking forward to watching a hairy shirtless guy. Thanks, Tommy!
New from the gaming mouse fanatics over at Razer: the Mamba features a 5.6k DPI 3.5G laser sensor, 1 ms polling rates, 2.4GHz wireless tech and a detachable seven foot cord.
Designed by six industrial design students at FH Joanneum University, these KTM Concept Vehicles posit everything from hydrofoil boats to a turbine-propelled flight vehicle.
A clear sign of Dell’s quasi-upscale intentions, their Studio XPS 13 and 16 laptops are now available; both are dressed with edge-to-edge screens, an obsidian black finish and leather accents.
Sony’s Walkman NWZ-X1000 may yet be a viable iPod Touch competitor: available in 16GB and 32GB flavors, it sports a 3″ touch AMOLED screen, Wi-Fi and digital noise cancellation.
Designed for soldiers to snag trip or IED detonation wires, EOD’s Micro Grappling Hook is a life-saving device that’s also easy to pocket; it won’t, however, support your bodyweight.
The prodigal anti-netbook, Sony’s Vaio P gets a narrow form factor for easy pocketability; it’s equipped with an 8″ 1600×768 LED screen, built-in 3G, 802.11n and weighs 1.4 lbs.
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