Had James Cameron created the original Terminator in 2004 instead of 1984, it likely would be like this Textinator t-shirt; then again, Hasta La Vista, Baby might simply be TTYL kthxbye.
Ural’s new Patrol T is $600 cheaper than the regular Patrol but gains a two wheel drive over the Ural T; the retro-styled sidecar motorcycle is decked out in olive and matte black.
Twice delayed, The Wolfman stars Benicio Del Toro and Anthony Hopkins; we hope the 2/10/2010 premier date sticks, as this hauntingly beautiful trailer has us howling for blood.
If you’re both style conscious and OCD, Verbatim’s InSight is the hard drive for you: portable at 6 oz. and 6 inches, it also features an always-on LCD with space and drive name.
Richard Wagner’s Siegfried opera gets a jaw-dropping modern makeover with over 5 hours of video played through 14 simultaneous projectors; it debuted June 2008 in Valencia, Spain.
OMG LOL FTW: If you liked Throwboy’s Icon Pillows, their latest Chat Pillows are ideal for SMS junkies; each 11″x9″ fleece pillow is handcrafted and available in any of six colors.
Confederate’s new P120 Fighter Combat is limited to 120 bikes; it packs a 1,966cc radial twin engine with 160 hp / 135 ft-lbs torque and is made out of 6061 aircraft grade aluminum.
For designers who can motion blur in their sleep: Chop Shop’s Filter Heroes t-shirt gives Photoshop tools a spandex makeover, though Lens Flare is more n00b villain than hero.
adidas’ SLVR 103s epitomize their fashion-oriented SLVR line; the high-tops sport a streamlined profile, aniline/full-grain leather upper, padded collar and simplified triple stripes.
Azeroth is broken and reforged in World of Warcraft: Cataclysm: it features two new races (Goblins and Worgen), raises the level cap to 85, adds flying mounts and more. Thanks, SJ!
Sennheiser’s HD 4×8 headphones are a triple threat; the entry-level HD 428 uses neodymium, while the HD 448 tops out with gold plated plugs and a 16-24,000 Hz frequency response.
Unparalleled beauty, freedom, and excitement take on very different meanings in this GC 09 trailer for Just Cause 2; it’s dressed up like a vacation commercial gone explosively wrong.
LEGO’s Motorized AT-AT stands a foot tall and also walks while moving its head up and down; it’s got four minifigs including Luke Skywalker on a grappling line. Thanks, Thorir!
James Cameron’s Avatar debuts with a lengthy teaser; in theaters 12/18/09, the alien/sci-fi movie looks gorgeous, but may have been over-hyped. Note: watch directly here.
Ricoh’s CX2 keeps the CX1′s 9.29 MP CMOS, but gets a host of modest tweaks with 10.7x optical zoom, 5 fps burst shooting, face detection and continuous autofocus.
It’s fairly slow-paced, but JumpTrumpRumpBump’s trippy plot, jazzy music, and funky animations make up for it; each frame literally looks like a standalone art piece.
The Tesla Model S was revealed earlier this year, but this new batch of pics gives us what we really want: action shots of the green sport sedan tearing up the asphalt.
Due out Spring 2010, Nike’s Method line of putters is official; it consists of 5 models, all with polymer grooves that dampen vibration and put forward spin on the ball.
Straight from Bruce Campbell’s legendary Army of Darkness movie: this Trust S-Mart t-shirt isn’t the best zombie armor, but you can’t beat the complimentary blood stains.
We can almost picture a medieval battlefield with this fantastic Chain Mail Chess Set; it’s made by artisan David Austin and consists of precisely 42,256 rings.
Available for pre-order: Metroid Metal Varia Suite is classic Metroid music played by a real band; they’ll debut live at PAX, with the official release set for 9/8/09.
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