Pass Labs’ new X260.5 is a 260-watt mono-block amplifier in a manageable size; the high power A/B amplifier features Super-Symmetry topology, which reduces distortion and noise 100x.
It lacks biotic abilities, but Mass Effect 2’s Combat Engineer class has a few notable tricks: it can deploy drones and hack mechs as well as incinerate, overload, and freeze targets.
Winner of the 2009 Design Challenge, Nissan’s V2G concept is short for vehicle to grid and not only envisions a moddable vehicle, but a high-speed solar-powered highway system.
It is a good day to Twitter: Tweet in Klingon is a Star Trek Online viral tool that translates your weakling Federation-speak into 140 characters of guttural, bat’leth-wielding doom.
Simultaneously realizing every little boy’s dream and low earth orbit is no small task for a 3rd grader; this Accidental Astronaut t-shirt is a coin-op ride’s version of the Konami code.
Quentin Tarantino stars as a gaijin samurai in Japanese cellphone provider SoftBank’s TV commercial about a dog-shaped mobile speaker: even with the translation, we’re still lost.
Minimalist but by no means musically impaired, Thomas Mascall’s Touchtable concept is 1/8 the size of a DJ setup; the turntable can create sample loops, cue points, and wireless battles.
Frosty’s (really) little brother: this snowman measures 0.01 mm wide (1/5 the width of a strand of hair) and consists of two tiny tin beads, a platinum nose, and an ion beam-carved face.
We’re fans of the fully-suited Iron Man collectibles, but we like how this Mech Test Tony Stark figure bares it all; Robert Downey, Jr. floats 12″ tall alongside a platform and robotic arm.
It wasn’t built in a day, but you can watch it in only 22 hours: Rome: The Complete Series includes 10 discs and 22 episodes of the Julius Caesar Sopranos-in-52 B.C. docudrama.
APPLEBUM’s Danchi fitted cap pays literal homage to their origins with a stunning all-over printed Tokyo nightscape; it’s a modified New Era 59FIFTY with thermal lining and embroidery.
They’re a little short for a stormtrooper, but we’ve got a really good feeling about Joe Wight’s Super Chibi Star Wars drawings; it’s a full alphabet set including Ackbar, Yoda and Chewie.
With a typical patrol running 10 hours, it’s best that periscope up equals upgraded graphics; this 3D Engine trailer shows off submarine sim Silent Hunter 5’s new graphic engine.
Send a space travel buff over the moon with this Full Scale Apollo Lander; it won’t be touching down in Copernicus Crater anytime soon, but it’s a high-fidelity, 1:1 replica of the LEM.
Disco dancing sounds and looks good on paper with Rob Diaz’s Elio, which shows the perils of going Travolta at your 9-5; the stop-motion short film was shot using a Nokia XpressMusic 5800.
A super clean leather and wool outer belies a technical interior with Nike’s Varsity Jacket; it features waterproof zippers, breathable stress zones, and light but warm Thermore filling.
It’s just a promo trailer, but Slingers has more style in its pinky than most shows do in a season; it’s an Oceans 11-style sci-fi heist show with a pilot due out 2010. Thanks, Andrew!
Gary Larson retired his hilarious Far Side comic in 1995, but The Complete Far Side amasses his works into an epic two-volume, 18 lb. tome; it packs in 4,300 comics into 1,272 pages.
Darksiders continues its Hellbook trailers with War’s Arsenal and Hordes of Hell; the first is a runnin’, gunnin’, and swordin’ lowdown, while the latter gets up close with the unholy masses.
Part of Oakley’s custom line, pick your own colors for five sections on the Alpha Charlie messenger bag; it’s also a pocket-palooza, with areas for laptop, phone, media player, and water bottle.
HDTV it isn’t, but Gebhard SengmÃ¼ller’s A Parallel Image is as live as TV gets: 2,500 photoconductors on one side transmit your image through cables to 2,500 bulbs on the other side.
eBoy’s Amnesty Poster is part of the Poverty is Modern campaign, with 4 Euros of each poster donated to Amnesty International; it’s a disturbing, pixelated look at human rights issues.
Bethesda takes gaming to the cutting edge with Brink; the innovative FPS’ Container City and Airport trailers show off gameplay, with the latter focusing on the “smart button”.
Final Fantasy XIII’s ridiculously detailed Shiva Bike looks even hotter in real life with this 21″ transforming modelM by Kotobukiya; it includes two figures that combine into a single bike.
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