SchultzeWORKS’ Philco PC is a blast from our retro past, inspired by a same-named (but short-lived) TV maker of the late 50s/early 60s; check out the video above for the full 360.
This debut trailer for Batman: Arkham Asylum 2 seems to reveal little other than the Joker getting new digs, but watch closely: it reveals four villains (learn about three of them here).
The RDSport RS46 completely reworks BMW’s M3; it features an F1-style 4.6L V8 with stainless steel parts and carbon/Kevlar bumpers, plus an upgraded suspension, brakes, and rims.
An entry in Cooler Master’s 2009 Modding Contest, Macius Barreto’s Morphius is a four-legged robotic case mod of awesome; it’s built out of fiberglass and finished with car paint.
Galactic history may have turned out differently had those Death Star plans gotten lost: this That’s No Spoon t-shirt may not be fully armed and operational, but it is multi-functional.
Following in the footsteps of Call of Duty, Medal of Honor gets a modern reboot in this debut trailer; due out Fall 2010, it’ll tell the story of a special ops soldier fighting in Afghanistan.
Because spatulas are for sissies: these Fusion Finger Tongs are silicon mitts that let you get up close and personal with your food; they’ll withstand temps of up to 500 degrees F.
The voices of Vader and Yoda duel in Starkiller’s mind while he duels in real life in this debut trailer for The Force Unleashed II; his opponent makes a rancor look like a chihuahua.
Barely 1″ thick, Piixl’s EdgeCenter 3770 is an HTPC that mounts behind a 37″-70″ flat panel TV; it maxes out with dual Xeons, 2 TB HDD, 24GB RAM, 1GB ATI HD-5850, and Blu-ray RW.
Don’t get your D-branes rolled up in a bunch, but this Calabi-Yau Manifold Crystal is a perfect gift for string theorists and extra-dimensional geeks: it’s a 3″ 3D cross-section of a 6D space.
If you haven’t put up your lights yet, don’t bother: Christmas Light Hero is an audio/visual double whammy-bar of garage lighting hooked up to a playable game of Guitar Hero.
This Gamers FTW t-shirt isn’t so far from the truth: with consoles in 40% of households and PCs in 70%, today’s nation of controllers will likely be tomorrow’s controllers of the nation.
Possibly the fastest production car ever built, 9ff’s GT9-R is an 1120 hp monster with a 257.2 mph top speed and a 0-300 kph of 15.8 s; the street legal car will be limited to 20 units.
For diaper dudes and dudettes who know how to dish it out: Shi Jinsong’s gun-toting, stainless steel carriages takes the pacifism out of pacifiers with badass baby transports.
Less a biography and more a visual diary, Comeback 2.0 follows Lance Armstrong’s return to competitive cycling in 2009; it’s a mix of action shots and behind-the-scenes photography.
With a plot that revolves around a killer holographic Santa, Station 21’s storyline and acting is decidedly B-movie; still, this 3D trailer is definitely in your face and out of this world.
Finding a minimalist but masculine watch can be a challenge, but Nixon’s all-black Cannon is terrifically tonal; white indices are all that break up the solid stainless steel case and band.
Trailers are often better than the movies they preview, but this 50 movie trailers montage is a movie in and of itself at nearly 4 minutes, click the more info link here for the full list.
He’s before our time, but Robby the Robot’s timeless influence spans from 1956’s The Forbidden Planet to today’s Fallout 3; this 1:6 scale, 13″ figure packs light and sound effects.
The Muppets ring in the holidays with another 1080p performance, this time singing (or meeping) Ringing of the Bells; be sure to rock out to Bohemian Rhapsody if you haven’t already.
Available 12/18/09, Cyber Snipa’s new Silencer is a relatively affordable gaming mouse; it features a 5000 DPI sensor, 150 IPS, 9 programmable buttons, and 6 x 4.9 gram weights.
Edo Competition’s Lamborghini Gallardo LP600/4 gets a new front spoiler lip and 600 hp, good for 211 mph; it also sports an adjustable suspension system and three-piece 19″ wheels.
If you liked the quirky Google Japan ad, this Chrome Features video by Google UK is a not only a rundown of the browser’s abilities, but an exercise in Rube Goldbergian creativity.
They say you can eat your shoes in a pinch, this DQM-styled version of Nike’s Air Max 90 could serve as the main course; it features Huarache detailing and a bacon colorway.
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