I sense a disturbance in your signal: we have a bad feeling about this Darth Vader Wii Sensor Bar Holder, if only because he just might Force Choke us for one Wii Fit workout too many.
Fresh off his 12th-round dismantling of Miguel Cotto, this new trailer for Wapakman features Manny Pacquiao as a superhero who battles a lava man, heat-ray bras, and a giant crab.
Ruff Wear’s Palisades Dog Pack is Fido-friendly and praised by owners for being both comfortable and secure; it features load compression, water bladders, and removable saddlebags.
Our blindingly fast paddle prowess is no match for this blindingly bright Chrome Ping Pong Table; limited to 10 pieces, each table is made from mirror-polished stainless steel.
28-year old indie game dev Eric Ruth’s NES Left 4 Dead is an 8-bit-style “de-make” of the franchise; it only offers 1- or 2-player but will be free for download January 4, 2010. Thanks, Boots!
Less than 1″ thick, Asus’ UL30Vt tops out with a Core 2 Duo SU7300 and 4GB DDR3 RAM; it also features a discrete GeForce G 210M card, 13.3″ LED display, and 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi.
Named after Boston’s historic walking tour, New Balance and Concepts’ Freedom Trail Collection dresses their 1500/875 shoes in red (Trail footpath) and brown (North End brickwork).
Adam Richardson uses humor and irony to address a politically sensitive topic with Invaded Space; taken at face value, it blends Boston.com’s war photography with 8-bit retro goodness.
The Mo-Tool Axe is already a multi-tool with a hammer and axe head, but the handle (wood inlay or black) packs a can opener, wire cutter, pliers, file, wrench, screwdrivers, and blades.
We pity the fool who disses the ‘do: this World of Warcraft ad with Mr. T is short, sweet, and full of win with his grenade, which’ll blast any sucka into a Night Elf Mohawk-haired believer.
Worried about your phone frying your brain? Pong’s iPhone Case reduces radiation 65% (WIRED’s test here) by using passive antenna coupling to redirect energy away from your head.
The 2010 Lotus Evora lands stateside 1Q 2010, and with it, a pricetag of $73.5k; currently only a 44-dealer tour in the US, the 2+2 boasts 276 hp V6, a 4.9 second 0-60, and 30 mpg.
You’ll need to speak Japanese to understand this Overview trailer for Resonance of Fate, but a video is worth a thousand words (and bullets): gameplay starts about 3 minutes in.
Hard Graft’s now classic 6-in-1 2UNFOLD bag goes all black (see previous iterations here); the multi-use laptop bag features an Italian Nappa leather shell and dark brown shoulder strap.
A Romero version of Star Wars: Uncut, Night of the Living Dead: Reanimated is an ongoing collaborative project; artists reinvent scenes from the 1968 cult classic in their own style.
Black & Decker’s Ready Wrench is an all-in-one socket wrench, replacing sixteen sockets (eight standard, eight metric); it features etched and color-coded sizes for easy visibility.
Tom Spina Designs’ Han Solo Carbonite Desk is perfect for crime and Sith Lords; the metal and fiberglass table sports a glass top, but you’ll need to supply your own flash-frozen smuggler.
This Vanguard trailer for Mass Effect 2 amps up the Adept/Soldier with a wicked dash/warp move (think Sonic meets Hadouken); also glimpsed: heat-sink discharge and on-suit meters.
Heat up the slopes while keeping out the cold with Billabong’s Marius Jacket; it sports a blinding-hot pixelated print, 10k waterproofing, underarm zips, powder skirt, and seam taping.
Call of Duty: Zombies for the iPhone lets gets touchy-feely with the undead; it’s limited to one map, but the multiplayer co-op is full-featured with Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and online (!) support.
No, you’re not seeing double: Sebastian Denz’ Skateboarding 3D is a literally in-your-face book filled with 70+ anaglyph pictures of skateboarders and tricks; 3D glasses are included.
And we thought Jenga was tough: Walter Wick’s Balancing Act puts 117 objects on a single LEGO block without glue or hidden supports; watch to the end for the “cue” de grace.
Casio’s 10 MP EX-FH25 superzoom improves on the 9.1 MP EX-FH20 with CMOS backlit sensors and 40 fps burst mode at 9 MP; other specs: 20x optical zoom and 720p video.
The first Borderlands DLC is a perfect fit for the action RPG: The Zombie Island of Dr. Ned includes 50 quests and spawn-anywhere zombie classes that include shamblers and tankensteins.
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