Ideal for laptop users in need of extra screen real estate, the Mimo 740 Touchscreen is a 7″ 800×480 display that weighs 1.3 lbs, rotates between portrait and landscape, and runs on USB.
Finnish artist Markku Lahdesmaki’s art features a googly-eyed robot with a frightening resemblance to Futurama’s Bender; it’s still pretty cool, albeit pricy at 3-4 figures a piece.
Shot in only two days using a RED camera by Dan Gaud, Leap is a sci-fi short film about the perils of traveling between parallel worlds; it’s still incomplete but a trailer is above.
We know next to nothing about its riding dynamics, but Renovo Hardwood’s R4 Pursuit bicycle can survive on looks alone; it’s made with two CNC’d halves of wood, leaving a hollow core.
Awesome monster/robot graphics aside, these DigiDude Tripods are feature packed; they sport retractable and bendable legs, a convenient key ring and can easily fit in your pocket.
The Goliath Messenger Bag is a bicyclist’s dream; it features 2500 cu. inches of space, durable recycled rubber fabric shell, a padded shoulder system, tons of pockets and 6 reflective discs.
iGoogle, Google’s formerly plain-jane web portal page, has recently been revamped with social networking features including 19 social gadgets that you can share with friends.
City builders are more than the sum of their parts, but based on this latest Cities XL Build Your Dreams trailer we’re liking those parts; it arrives 10/8 in Europe, with no US date announced.
Black Bull Whisky is simple and strong Scottish stuff: 50% malt whisky, 50% grain whisky, all of it over 30 years in age and bottled at 100 proof; the first batch is limited to 600 bottles.
Jesse Eisenberg plays the straight man to Woody Harrelson in Zombieland Rules, a set of short but funny clips that hype the movie; remember the bowling balls and Bounty, folks.
Alright, so the 500 hp BMW V12 engine isn’t really screaming save the environment, but Lazareth’s Wazuma Bio V12 Quad does run on E85 ethanol fuel–assuming you can catch it.
If you prefer Rick Astley over Rokysopp, this Cassette-shaped 4-port USB Hub lets you wax nostalgic over the 80s while Facebooking; it’s authentic down to the rotating ribbon wheels.
Funny or Die’s The Ballad of G.I. Joe is instant internet gold; it’s a lonely cowboy paean to not-so-real American heroes, with appearances by Sgt. Slaughter and Julianne Moore.
Random Objects self-titled t-shirt isn’t a profound or even witty piece of apparel by any stretch of the imagination, but for is perfect collectors and photographers of knick knacks.
Julius Tarng’s Chef’s Tool bag lets up-and-coming culinary masters look the part of students and keep their hands free; it includes a detachable knife compartment and first-aid pouch.
Pixar’s Up floats into home theaters 11/10/09; the DVD version is a two-disc set while the four-disc Blu-ray also includes the DVD version; both will also include a digital copy.
Seiko’s SAGG017 is their latest Brightz Kinetic Drive watch; clad in black with sapphire crystal, tach-like power meter and day/date display, it’s Japan only, but you can buy older ones here.
Be the coolest dad on the block (or the dorkiest 30 year old, your pick) with a Tumbler Go-Kart (“T-Kart”), a mini version of Batman’s ride minus reverse; buy the full plans on eBay here.
As if our lives aren’t already consumed by tweets and status updates, these Social Media Pillows let you pimp out your pad with Facebook, Twitter, Flickr and MySpace icons.
Vertu’s new Ascent TI Carbon Fibre cellphones tempt auto aficionados with 4 editions; the best features a titanium case swathed in real carbon fiber and leather; each is a 3G capable.
The Onion’s Google Opt-Out is a brilliant take on bureaucratic double speak: Google knocks you so far off grid you can forget about basic sanitation, medical care or escape.
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