They’re not just shaped like keys–LaCie’s USB Keys and microSD card reader can be hung from your keychain; sturdy metal and Gold SIP tech lets them survive scrapes and water.
Ideal for musicians, KRE-8 concept features a mix mode, a record mode and a play mode; the latter takes place by shearing the unit in two and simulating a violin, drums or guitar.
Created by Ransom Riggs for mental_floss, this step-by-step Be Amazing! video shows how to destroy civilization with nanotechnology; you’ll never look at grey goo the same again.
Supermandolini has added two new Console Wars Veterans Medals, this time paying homage to the SNES and Sega Genesis; they’re enamel pins with metal bodies and a gold finish.
The battle lines are being drawn for this Lamborghini Insecta concept; it’s the work of Romanian Iulian Bumbu and takes the brand in an organic direction inspired by insect exoskeletons.
Forget those plastic army men: Z.O.M.B.I.E. Series I features 2″ undead figures in various states of decay and is available in four sets (best: glow in the dark); includes trading cards.
Asus G71Gx brings its 17″ gaming notebook up to par with a 1GB GeForce GTX 260M that boosts performance 50%; also: up to 12GB RAM, dual 500GB drives, and Blu-ray.
Laugh-Out-Loud Cats Sell Out is a collection of Adam Koford’s LOLcats-meets-early 20th century American comics mashup; it includes an intro by John Hodgman of I’m A PC fame.
From a distance a standard Finnish Army anorak, CTRL’s Jakarta Jacket gets pretty trippy up close with titled flap and slash pockets, double giant cinches and hieroglyphic art.
NSFW: we’ve always wondered why Arnie had to transport in his birthday suit, and this video by CollegeHumor explains why; never, ever put fashion designers in charge of time travel.
Ideal for those who are tight on space but don’t want to sacrifice sound, Onei’s 6.1 Home Theater System/Stand includes six 15W speakers and HDMI in/out in a piano black finish.
Revealed alongside yesterday’s KAWS TREK bike, these special edition “Hope Rides Again” Nikes are part of his LIVESTRONG line and come decked out with custom urban art.
No word on when they’ll be coming stateside, but Samsung’s S5600 and S5230 are decent looking touchphones with 3MP cameras and “gesture lock” — think speed dial for touchscreens.
Several big changes for Audi’s R15 TDI; the V12 is swapped for a lighter, more compact V10, aerodynamics are improved and a Li-Ion battery system increases power but reduces weight.
Created for actor Justin Theroux, a long time Moscot customer, these bold Theroux frames are vintage French-styled and an exact replica of the pair he wore in Mulholland Drive.
Topps’ 3D Live Baseball Cards are our favorite commercial use of augmented reality tech so far; control one of 32 MLB players in 3D just by holding the card in front of your webcam.
Dell’s 14.1″ Latitude E6400 XFR is a rugged laptop with an abundance of features, including a touchscreen, SSD and PR-481 “Ballistic Armor” which is double the strength of magnesium alloy.
Rejoice in your own awesomeness today, because March 10th is the International Day of Awesomeness; first celebrated in 2007, it also happens to be Chuck Norris’ birthday.
Philips’ Master LED bulb is next generation lighting in a traditional form factor; it provides 40W light with only 7W and also lasts 45,000 hours–45x longer than incandescents.
There’s nothing like naming your own constellations while drunk: Pterodactyl With A Machine Gun is an irreverent glow-in-the-dark tee with gems like “Nondescript Polygon” and “Utah.”
LUXA2′s M2 Laptop Cooler is not only portable (its slot join hinge lets it fold down to half its normal size), but is pretty swank with a brushed metal finish and Swarovski crystals.
Use Arrow Keys ← → for Faster Navigation, Press "R" for a Random Post | Keyboard Shortcuts: OnOff | Overlays: OffOn
Home | Shop | About | Suggest | Contact | Team | Links | Privacy | Disclosure | Advertise | Facebook | Twitter | Google + | Pinterest | Tumblr
Awesome Stuff: The Awesomer | Gadgets, Games & Geeks: Technabob | Science Fiction: MightyMega | Cool Cars: 95Octane © 2008-2013 Awesomer Media
Visit our Friends at: Not Always Right