Post-nuke America meets Apple with this iPod Touch-powered Pip-Boy 3000; it uses the shell of the wristwatch replica that came with Amazon’s Survival Edition of Fallout 3.
One horse short of a grand, the USD Mallett Z03 is a 999hp beast wrapped in Italian-flavore, Uger Sahin Design sheet metal and a Mallett Cars-massaged twin-turbo V8 Z03.
Recently released by John Romero from a VHS tape stash, this 1993 tour of the id Software studios is a fascinating blast from the past; it was taped just before their release of DOOM.
Bruichladdich’s Octomore Whiskey is the world’s heaviest peated malt at 113ppm, making it three times more peaty than any other whiskey; all 6,000 bottles are already sold out.
Even if you’re not a Knicks fan, these Adidas Metro Attitude His remain surprisingly fresh despite using a tried-and-true style; they’re similar to the original kicks worn by Patrick Ewing.
While the Overlord is away, the Minions come out to play: Overlord: Minions lets you take control of five minions on the Nintendo DS as they solve puzzles, fight enemies and get minion-y.
Grace Audio’s Aqua Sounder lets you take your iPod poolside without worrying about getting it wet; a dock streams music to up to 10 floating speakers, with a max range of 150 feet.
Launching later this month, the GTA Concept finally has numbers to back up its drool-inducing looks: a V10 with 780hp and 678 lb-ft torque, 0-60 < 3s and a top speed of 217 mph.
It’s only a featherweight at 45 seconds, but this trailer for Fight Night Round 4 demos seriously cool moves including inside fighting, glancing blows and dynamic blood, sweat and tears.
The gadget gurus at Brando have a new combination uber-dock up; it could use an eSATA port (it uses USB 2.0), but still packs a 2.5″/3.5″ HDD dock, two USB ports and 3W speakers.
Resembling a circular saw, the Pizza Boss 3000 lets you show your pie who’s boss with a contoured grip, engineering-grade plastics and a laser-etched stainless steel blade.
With pedal-shaped pushers, Wyler Geneve’s Code S watch targets auto enthusiasts; it also sports a case within a case design that insulates the Swiss movement inside from shocks.
While we’re digging the artsy paper collage look of And Yet It Moves, what we most like about the puzzle/platformer is the ability to rotate the world to achieve your goals. Thanks, Stefan!
We’re still trying to find the lock that goes with that ginormous key, but Diesel’s Joy Black Leather Duffel is really about the details such as tone on tone stitching and rivet hardware.
Forget humanity’s survival: gear up for an assault on your wallets with this Terminator Salvation card set; it’ll include 90 base cards and random embossed foil and pop-up battle cards.
Not rich enough to wipe your butt with benjamins? This decidedly un-ergonomic (but wireless) Gold Bullion mouse lets you live pseudo-large while surfing for yachts at JamesList.
Free up some room in your wallet and rain papery death on coworkers with the Cardapult: this DIY project is made using only business cards/card stock, rubber bands and glue.
Kristofer Hammar’s DIY SNES Cartridge USB Hub is fast and easy; three out of four ports are available, with the last is permanently attached to a flash drive dongle for storage.
Burn Zombie Burn’s weapons trailer is predictably awesome; everyone loves chainsaws and flamethrowers, but we’re most excited by the lawnmower and (we kid you not) dance gun.
Amsterdam’s MiNiBAR‘ is a self-serve, bartender-less concept; guests are provided a key to one of 45 pre-stocked fridges, essentially giving you your own private bar with no wait times.
Perrelet’s Double Rotor Turbine Watch sports twelve titanium blades that rotate like a jet engine, which not only looks smokin’ but provides the automatic movement with energy.
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