As slick as the A40 Audio System is, we’ve been hesitating until now: the Cardboard Tube Samurai Edition sports Penny Arcade tags and spearheads Astro Gaming’s Artist Series.
Rob Dobi has just released Series 9 of his popular Full Bleed t-shirt line; his quirky, yet thought-provoking silhouettes continue to please, with Curtain Call and Color Theory our top picks.
The F430′s successor, Ferrari’s 458 Italia is an aluminum stunner with a 4.5L V8 good for 562 hp and 398 lb-ft; it also features a 7-speed dual clutch shifter and a 0-60 of 3.4s.
Sure, the gun training premise of this Firearms trailer for Darkest of Days is dorky, but you’d be missing the point: assault rifles vs Romans=best excuse ever for hedonistic anachronism.
Like the Wild West in reverse, the Fly-Goodbye Gun doesn’t shoot; it uses a vacuum to suck up flies into either a deadly glue cartridge or a more humane catch-and-release canister.
Leica lends its pricey and prestigious name to the Pinmaster, a laser rangefinder that can “pin”-point the distance to a pin; it’s good up to 820 yards with 7x magnification and auto-dimmer.
Morbidity has nothing on megalomania: the Personal Urn is a 3D reconstruction of your face that’ll hold all your ashes and remind your loved ones of your eternal awesomeness.
Lexon hits the sweet spot for stylish austerity with its Black Watch (LM 102); it features an IP black steel case, Miyota movement, and phosphorescent white or orange indices.
Short but sweet, Music Catch is a free consumption-style game (think flOw) with a catch: it’s set to an utterly mesmerizing piano song which is cued to match the pace of the game.
Pure genius, but also pure annoyance, too: Shirts Taste Good features t-shirts based on Internet memes, with classics like Rick Rollin’, the Aluminum Falcon and Don’t Tase Me, Bro.
Intricately detailed, Ernesto Carrillo’s Lego Star Wars Dioramas pull back the curtain on the inner workings of the Imperial war machine, from a droid-run ER to an AT-ST factory floor.
Just in time for football season, Bushnell’s new Spectator Binoculars sport wide-angle, multi-coated optics that reduce glare, while PermaFocus means no more adjusting for sharp images.
Think of it as a time travel ride to the Happiest Place on Earth when it was little more than dirt: this time lapse video of Disneyland was found by an employee on its way to deep storage.
Underneath King Arthur’s Court was also King Arthur’s lesser-known bowling alley: Bowling Knight tasks you with taking out the roundtable’s finest without knocking over the princess pin.
The Zii EGG Plaszma is a wish list come true: 3.5″, 10-point capacitive multi-touch screen, two cameras (one front-facing), 32 GB storage, Flash Lite, Wi-Fi, GPS and 1080p output.
Celebrating the Alien’s 30th anniversary, this Big Chap figure is based on H.R. Giger’s original design; it stands 16″ tall with 19 articulation points and an extendable set of inner jaws.
This Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2010 ad is so ridiculously bad that it’s guaranteed YouTube cult status; a Segway-riding Jackie Chan busts out a can of cheesy whoop ass on malware.
Winner of Best Parody for the 2009 Star Wars Fan Movie Challenge, Star Sports is an action-packed tale of blaster pistols and dodge ball; the overall winner, BTW, is Star Wars: Retold.
Panasonic slims down its compacts with the 12.1 MP Lumix DMC-ZR1, which boasts the world’s first 0.3 mm aspherical lens; it also features 8x optical zoom and a 1.1 s start-up speed.
Literally turning frowns upside down, the Smiley Factory isn’t the happy place you’d imagine; if anything, this t-shirt is a surprisingly poignant (and eery) metaphor for life.
A remake of an old legend, Eagle’s Jaguar E-Type Speedster updates the tried and true lines of the original, along with a modern straight six 4.7L powerplant mated to a 5 speed gearbox.
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