We doubt the Mac vs. PC debate will ever be put to rest, but this Transformers themed short by Nick Greenlee easily puts those endless Get a Mac / I’m A PC commercials to shame.
The NC20 is Samsung’s followup to its NC10 netbook, with a larger 12.1″ display, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 1GB RAM and 160GB HDD; instead of an Atom CPU, it uses a VIA Nano U225.
Celebrating Maserati’s Indy win 70 years ago, the Quattroporte Sport GT S eschews visual cues for a 4.7L V8 with 433hp, throaty exhaust, stiffer springs and single rate dampers.
Vectoroid may be nothing more than a bunch of lines and points, but this homage to Asteroids is a literal blast with upgrades, enemies, hit points and a gun that never stops firing.
9grand’s hooded Eastwood jacket is a bit schizophrenic, with lumberjack plaid up top and along the sleeves; still, it’s a decent mashup of the great outdoors with urban casual.
There’s no mistaking when your battery is finished charging with this Toasting Charger concept by Hyun-A Ko; just slide in your lithium ion and wait for it to pop back up when it’s done.
Made by RMIT student Kyle Downes, A Short Visual History of Videogames starts from 1972′s Pong and stops just short of current gen consoles, but is wonderfully rendered nonetheless.
We’ve seen many customs, but Methamphibian’s 12″ post apocalyptic and counter terrorism figures rank high on the badass scale; he’s actually best known for sneakers.
Just like beer goes with bowling, this Jack Daniels Golf Flask is perfect for golfers who sip between swings; it includes a stainless steel flask, four tees and a pitch repair tool.
A perfect gift for web and UI designers, Design Commission’s Web Stencil Kit includes a stencil, mechanical pencil and browser chrome sketchpad (W3C compliant, no doubt).
Feelin’ the need to personalize your MacBook or MBP? Iamhuman’s tasteful, upscale-styled 3M adhesive covers resemble wood and fabrics; they’ll remove with no residue.
At $570 these Lanvin Tennis Shoes are pretty uncoppable, but we’re sure the 19th century French brand has legions of fans who will splurge for this refresh of a classic style.
This Nerf Chaingun is a heavily modded Nerf Vulcan that fires 500 rounds per minute by quadrupling the voltage for some serious cubicle pwnage. Get the full instructions here.
Altruism is overrated anyway: Television Made Me Do It is a tasteless spin on the Fireman’s Carry technique, with the good ol’ boob tube taking the blame for bad behavior.
This VAX77 Folding Keyboard is a boon for on-the-road musicians and weighs just 25 lbs with a magnesium alloy case, polyphonic aftertouch, custom colors and keyweights.
Table lamps rarely inspire awe, but Ettore Cimini’s Ra is downright sexy; a pair of flexible steel/polymer “snakes” with fiber optic cables relay light from a 100W bulb at its base.
Madden NFL-era kids won’t care much for Mattel’s Football, but for 70s kids, LED Football 2 is a nostalgic iPhone app; it includes running, punting, field goals and passing.
What global warming? Las Vegas was hit by a rare 30-year snowstorm last week, which dumped 3-6 inches in outlying areas; check out the surreal Strip photos above.
Nixon’s stainless steel 51-30 watch is getting two new colorways; we like the swank red on black tones of Gunmetal, while All Gold/Brown suits those with a propensity for bling.
Dissidia: Final Fantasy is out in Japan; this runnin’ / flyin’ / jumpin’ opening cinematic is both gorgeous and torture for North American fans, who will have to wait until mid-year 2009.
Despite its rough-hewn name, this Meat Hook Wallet sports clean lines with a heat embossed Obey logo up top; this trifold also includes a detachable keychain with bottle opener.
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