It’s not as short as Eagletec’s Nano, but the Pico USB Flash Drive gets a higher max capacity of 32 GB, a chrome/nickel finish, is shock and water resistant, and measures 4 mm thin.
Just like the debut trailer, there’s no gameplay in this Demon Trailer for The Secret World, but what we do see is awesome: yet another damsel who dishes out the hurt on demons.
It won’t be in the Louvre anytime soon, but sometimes you need a “sharp” lookin’ tee: Jawesome! features a shark doing a back flip and fireworks; in other words, everything awesome.
Largely unchanged from the 200EX concept, the 2010 Rolls Royce Ghost is official: it tops out with a 6.6L turbo V12 with 563 bhp and 575 lb ft of torque, good for a 0-60 of 4.7s.
Setting political allegiances (or the lack thereof) aside, Senator Al Franken draws the US map from memory at the Minnesota State Fair; this should be required viewing for all politicians.
Based on vintage aircraft gauges, Tsovet’s AT76 features a jet-black aerospace-grade 316L 48 mm stainless steel case, non-magnetic etched PVD dial and anti-reflective mineral crystal.
It’s been described as Monkey Island meets Diablo, and rightly so: DeathSpank is an action/adventure game by Ron Gilbert, who worked on the original Monkey Island games.
An external version of the popular laptop keyboard, Lenovo’s ThinkPad USB Keyboard was crowdsourced via their design blog; users happily ditched the touchpad, numpad and wireless.
Ken Block racing Rob Dyrdek is special enough, but Gymkhana 2.1 is a must-watch with a Subaru WRX STI taking on a replica miniature shifter car; even better: synchronized drifting.
Due out in October/November, specs are still not finalized for Sony Vaio X but we do know the following: 1.5 lbs, 0.55″ thick (MacBook Air is 0.76″), 11.1″ screen, and optional 3G.
Set in Rapture before the fall, Bioshock 2’s Multiplayer mode gets an official debut trailer; just like single player, you’ll get to play Big Daddy when the game comes out early 2010.
8-Bit Vintners mixes geeks and grapes with their inaugural 2007 vintage, Player 1: it’s a blend of wines from vineyards in Eastern Washington, including Syrah, Tempranillo and Malbec.
Inspired by a Swiss sci-fi film of the same name, Space-themed watchmaker Fortis’ CARGO Spacematic features an asymmetric 40 mm high-grade steel case and sapphire crystal.
While it’s not the first time Halo has used live actors, this Live-Action trailer for Halo: ODST kicks serious ass and only makes us more despondent over the limbo status of the Halo movie.
Hand-tooled and printed, ThinkGeek had to start from scratch since no factory exists for this authentic 50s-60s Slide Rule; it measures 12.5″ and comes in a vinyl sleeve with retro box.
Starring Woody Harrelson, The Defendor follows a regular Joe who believes he’s a superhero and his attempts to bring down Captain Industry, a drug and weapons dealer.
1968’s Night of the Living Dead gets its own 12″ Deluxe Collector’s Edition figures; included is a sweet pre- and post-Zombie Bill Heinzman with interchangeable heads and arms.
This Visions of Venice trailer for Assassin’s Creed II makes Ezio look like the ultimate badass: the dude dual-wields weapons, leaps from tall buildings and hang glides Da Vinci style.
Disturbia Clothing’s Autumn/Winter 2009 line is up; ridiculously complex but sweet line art continues to be a mainstay, with their Howl and No Brainer tees literally no-brainers to own.
HTC’s Hero lands at Sprint 10/11/09, losing the large chin and squared corners from its initial preview; the 3.2″ screen will also get pinch-zoom but the internals remain the same.
Part motorcycle shop, part bike-porn gallery, Wrenchmonkees is a Danish outfit that builds custom cafe racers; they not only sell the bikes but the parts, letting you build your own.
Acclaimed as a web comic by Rolling Stone, Newsweek and more, New Orleans After the Deluge is now available in hardcover form; it illustrates the true stories of six Katrina survivors.
It could use a more memorable name, but Sony’s ICF-CL75iP is an uber alarm clock: it packs a 7″ 800×480 LCD, 1 GB of onboard storage, AM/FM radio, and retractable iPod Dock.
Celebrating 35 years of guitars, Taylor has released a slew of limited edition pieces that are both exotic and eclectic, including 35 ultra-rare flitch-match Brazilian rosewood models.
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