V&A Steamworks’ Steampunk Lego Robots are detailed yet actually work, with motorized claws and gun mounts; also checkout their Batmobile-esque Steam Carriage.
Loaded with more pockets than we can count, owners of Incase’s Nylon Backpack rave about how well thought out it is; it’s also generously padded at the shoulders and back.
With a spaghetti western setup followed by trippy euro beats, Anders Backman’s video of the Gotland Ring in Sweden is pure automotive sex; Lambos and Porsches never looked so good.
Add inches to your leap and shave seconds of the dash with STS’ Strength Shoes; their frontal platforms plyometrically work the calves by putting 100% of your weight on them.
As much as we love our iPods and MacBooks, this Mactini commercial had us in stitches; it’s a skit from the BBC’s Peter Serafinowicz Show and part of his Christmas special.
Fujitsu’s Stylistic ST6012 is a feature-packed tablet; it includes a low-voltage Intel CPU, indoor/outdoor 12.1″ TFT screen, up to 4GB RAM, camera, draft-N wireless and 64GB SSD.
The University of Hertfordshire must be cloning brilliant digital artists, because Veni Vidi Vici not only has the looks but the humor meets heartwarming plot of a Pixar short.
This Ninja Party tee explains why our last shinobi get together was a bust, as none of our guests showed up (at least, as far as we can tell). Then again, all our alky disappeared, too…
Wild and vulgar in all the right ways, the Danish-designed Zenvo ST1 is an angular beast with the chops to back it up: it’s powered by a turbo- and supercharged 7.0L V8 with 1,104hp.
We’re not sure whether the upcoming G.I. Joe movie will be second grader nirvana or the bomb of the century, but these new posters are at least well produced, with a smokin’ Baroness.
Pentax’s entry-level K2000 is getting a limited edition white body bundled with two lenses (18-55mm, 50-20mm); it’s coming 2/09, which means no dreaming of a white Christmas.
Available in black or grey, 3sixteen’s Field Jacket is a contradiction of sorts; its snap button pockets and military styling give it a hard edge, but its fleece gives it a soft touch.
Like GTA IV sans any pretenses of doing good, we hope Mafia II will be half as fun as the premier trailer above; it’s a nice 50s pastiche of car chases, gunfights and Little Richard.
Improving on their wildly popular Snowclogs, Salomon’s Snowclog 3 is waterproof, warm and comfortable; it’s good both on the mountain and for everyday use. Note: size up.
Element’s customizable Liquid Case for the iPhone is downright sexy, with a transparent polymer base, molded bezel, acrylic flip-lid and a laser-engraved aluminum backplate.
Mac fans are agog over this 30 Years of Apple video; it’s a roundup of just about every product in the last three decades, from the Newton and Lisa to the Macbook and iPhone.
Mixing mid century modern with modern minimalism, the Sonic Chair takes the classic bubble chair and turns it into a mini-office with 20″ touchscreen iMac on a pivoting arm.
Deconstructing Disney characters may seem disconcerting, but M. Hofko’s Cartoon Particles are a quirky 3d look at the basic building blocks of our favorite ducks, dogs and mice.
Gears of War 2 has added its own DLC to the mix with its Combustible Map Pack at Xbox LIVE; it’s a set of three multiplayer maps titled Flood, Gold Rush and Fuel Station.
Tokyoflash’s Waku watch is a step away from their metal/plastic designs, but is no less cryptic or minimalist; the leather strap extends onto the face, which hides 15 multicolored LEDs.
Its composite back may scare guitar purists, but the Ovation Idea’s tech is super sweet: preamp for live gigs, built-in mp3 recorder with condenser mic, and playback for practicing.
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