In addition to all the goodies in The Beatles: Rock Band Limited Edition, two custom guitars will also be available for $99 a pop on 9/9: a Gretsch Duo-Jet and Rickenbacker 325.
Created by Ringling College student Christopher Hendryx for his thesis, Oxygen is not only beautifully rendered but by far the most entertaining chemistry lesson we’ve ever had.
Nearly exact replicas of Hip Hop’s most famous sequencers, these Akai MPC 2000XL and E-Mu SP1200 flash drives have 4GB of space, ideal for storing your MP3s, of course.
With an extra 40 hp and 72 lb-ft of torque, this Audi A5 by AVUS is modestly tuned, but its sweet matte color scheme steals the show; it’s actually a foil wrap that plays wicked with the light.
Similar to Dear Walker, this music video for rapper Nyle’s Let The Beat Build was filmed in a single take; even more amazing, the audio was recorded simultaneously with the film.
Turn your living room into an impromptu nightclub with this hypnotic DIY RGB Coffee Table; it uses 9×9 array of 81 Arduino-controlled ShiftBrite LEDs installed on a 2×2 Ikea table.
Roughly half of this debut trailer for Star Trek D.A.C. uses clips from the Star Trek movie, which isn’t a good sign for the game; still, any footage is like Dilithium from heaven for Trekkies.
They’re not the smartest things to wear to the airport, but these Hero Vests turn you from zero to action movie star in a heartbeat; choose from New York Cop, Dragon, and More Blood.
Budget friendly and stylish to boot, Altec Lansing’s low-profile BXR1220 can-shaped speakers feature dual 50mm drivers, built-in controls and are conveniently powered by USB.
The first trailer for Red Steel 2 is out–sort of; meant for retailers only, it’s a bit of a mystery as it’s shown by MSN Games Brazil from a Playstation event but with a Wii controller.
With an underwater remote, all this RC Manta Ray needs is a shark fin to cause serious chaos at the pool; able to do barrel rolls, loops and Immelmanns, it sounds more F-16 than fish.
Not just Vincent but “The” Vincent, Vael is due to release this premium 8″ boot in Fall 2009; it’s made with pebbled leather, Vibram soles and leather laces and will come in three colorways.
This set of eight 2″ Where The Wild Things Are Kubrick figures are surprisingly good and will be out 10/09; the boy looks a bit off, but his 12″ RAH (Real Action Hero) is pretty slick.
Weekender bags tend to be fairly utilitarian affairs, but Fossil’s Redmond Duffle Bag injects some serious sophistication with genuine leather, contrast stitching and silver-tone hardware.
The Onion takes a bat’leth to J.J. Adams’ new Star Trek film with their latest video, which criticizes it for being actually fun, watchable, and leaving out an aging, bloated William Shatner.
We could probably build one of Nils Moormann’s Easy Readers for cheap, but props to him for the ingenious idea: it’s a combination bookshelf and bench with wheel for easy moving.
Spoiler warning: this trailer for Fallout 3′s Broken Steel DLC has a big honkin’ spoiler, but you’d also miss out on big honkin’ robots; available today, it also raises your level cap to 30.
Limited to 150, Triumph’s Daytona 675 Special Edition packs the same 675cc engine as the 675, but you can personalize it with carbon fiber bits, a quickshifter set, footrests and silencers.
It may be a B/W t-shirt, but Ode to Joy’s artwork and all-over-print size is truly epic; an astronaut using a staff blaster to fend off a tentacled spacebeast while on his rocket ship FTW!
Squeeze more juice out of your MacBook with HyperMac’s 222Wh external battery; it’s good for 32 hours and a ridiculous 52 times for your iPhone; of course, it does weigh almost 5 lbs.
VBS.tv’s Itsy visits the New York Jedi Academy, learns to joust with lighsabers on Segways from a stage-trained fencer and gets chewed out by a butt-paddling, bearded Yoda.
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