The Bespoke BBQ Company has created the God-grilla, the world’s largest BBQ. The 16′ long beast can simultaneously cook 1,000 sausages, 500 burgers or 7 whole lambs on 14 bags of coal.
First made popular back in the early 1980s, Milton Bradley’s classic programmable tank has been resuscitated from the dead by Zeon Tech, and looks and works just like the original.
Coming in early 2011, the Sony a560 camera comes with a 14.2 MP sensor and offers full 1080p HD movie shooting, 7 fps photo shooting mode, 15 point AF, and 3D Sweep Panorama mode.
This may seem silly to the youth and the patrons of the Web, but the simple truth is that every generation has its own sub-language. Get this for your old folks and laugh and learn together.
A great gift for photography junkies, the Camera Lens Mug looks almost exactly the same as a 24-105mm lens. It has a lens lid, focus grip and zoom rings, and even a moving auto-focus switch.
While the automatic switchblade action of the aluminum and steel Switchkey key holder wasn’t designed as a weapon, it certainly couldn’t hurt against would-be attackers.
Ford pays homage to the original ’69 Mustang Boss 302 with a car that is as fierce as it looks. Its defining Boss 302 V8 engine belches out 440hp and delivers up to 7,500rpm. Coming spring 2011.
If you never saw Terry Gilliam’s 1981 classic fantasy, now’s the time, thanks to its debut release in all its high-def glory. And if you have seen it, you know what we’re talking about. Buy this movie.
If you weren’t ready to plunk down your hard-earned dough for another set of Rock Band peripherals this year, perhaps this trailer will convince you to expand your band.
Building on an already gorgeous Maserati, Novitec Rosso boosts the sedans to a whopping 590-hp with their compressor tech, pushing the cars from 0 to 60 in 4.6 seconds, and a top speed of 183 mph.
While Apple’s multitasking on the iPhone is a little underwhelming, maybe they can learn a little something from this Cydia app with it’s ExposÃ©-like UI for app switching. Works on iPads, too.
The Proxima concept is actually two devices – the rectangular phone and the wrist strap, which has a proximity sensor. The latter will beep if the two get separated by a certain distance.
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