It may not have as many tools as modern knives, but Victorinox’s 125th Anniversary Heritage Knife is a historical treasure: it’s a replica of an 1884 Swiss Army Soldier’s Knife.
If you’ve got an Xbox 360 with an HDMI port, you’re in luck: the XCM Black Light Case is a stealthy black case with LED-backlit pre-cut window that’ll rotate between seven colors.
Harley’s been hit hard by the recession, but they’ve still released an extensive 2010 lineup of nine new models: it includes the new Road Glide Custom, Street Glide and Fat Boy Lo.
We’re pretty sure this isn’t what Ray, Egon, Winston and Venkman were referring to when they said, “Dont cross the streams,” but this t-shirt shows that it’s a dual-use safety tip.
This Extreme Anti-Smoking Ad starts off like any health public service announcement, but really takes its shock value premise to its cold, logical (some would even say robotic) extreme.
It’s been rumored that Disney is working on a steampunk game, but above is our first peek at the tentatively named Epic Mickey; it’s from websites of concept artists tied to the project.
Nikon fleshes out its entry level DSLR offerings with the new D3000; a replacement for the D60, it sports the same 10.2 MP CCD sensor but packs a larger 3″ LCD and 11-point AF system.
We’re big supporters of the Corps, but this Marines trailer for Aliens vs. Predator (due out next year on the PC, PS3 and Xbox 36) shows just how hopelessly outmatched they are.
Compact and light, The Survival Stove is a 1,200°F cooker that uses no artificial fuels, works in cold weather and burns any dry fuel material available; it’ll run up to 24 hours on AA batteries.
Stephen Hobley wowed us with his Laser Harp, but it gets better: he’s hacked it to work with open-source Guitar Hero clone Frets on Fire, appropriately dubbing it Laser Harp Hero.
Praesto’s first watch, the Modern Fliegeruhr is hard to say but easy on the eyes with SuperLuminova markings, 44 mm stainless steel case, Miyota movement and sapphire crystal.
The three little pigs don’t stand a chance: BBC One’s Bang Goes The Theory builds a gas-powered Vortex Cannon (basically an air gun) and pits it against straw, wood and brick facades.
DJ Hero Renegade Edition is pricey, but intriguing: you’ll get a black/gold premium controller, a case that turns into a DJ stand, and a 2-CD pack with unreleased Jay-Z/Eminem tracks.
Available in 13″, 15″ and 17″ sizes, Malcolm Fontier’s Diplomat messenger bags are sophisticated yet durable with a PU coated canvas shell, neoprene gadget pockets and linen lining.
Kodak’s Zi8 gives the Flip a run for its money with full HD 1080p video recording, built-in image stabilization, SD/SDHC card slot, 5 MP still picture shooting and an external mic jack.
It won’t be abducting cows anytime soon, but AESIR’s Embler is UFO-like in its use of the Coanda Effect to create lift; it’s part of a line of UAVs the aerospace company is developing.
Starting 7/31 at noon EST, Mega Bloks will make available 10k limited edition 1.75″ Halo Wars Steel Spartans; the real draw: 100 randomly inserted, ultra-rare Active Camo Spartans.
Created by Kansas City Art Institute students for their thesis, Dried Up is a desolate, yet beautiful stop-motion story about a drought-stricken town and one man’s project to give hope.
Sounding like an iPhone 3GS, Nikon’s 12.3 MP D300S gets speed and video: HD 720p @ 24 fps recording with autofocus and faster 7fps continuous shooting are its chief improvements.
The most important part of Comic-Con 2009 wasn’t the games, movies or even comics: it was the hordes of cosplayers; check out Maximum PC’s huge collection of 600 photos. Thanks, Jerry!
As slick as the A40 Audio System is, we’ve been hesitating until now: the Cardboard Tube Samurai Edition sports Penny Arcade tags and spearheads Astro Gaming’s Artist Series.
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