It’s not as thin as their new Eee PC, but Asus’ new U/UX laptops have notable features: a 15.6″ LED-backlit display plus a backlit chiclet keyboard and trackpad definitely raise eyebrows.
Cisco Security’s The Realm is a goofy but commendable effort to make internet security look cool; it features superheroes with abilities like “extrasensory authentication.”
You’ll either be the envy of construction crews or teased mercilessly, but we’re still amazed by the level detail in this hand-tooled aluminum hard hat; check out that dozer!
David OReilly’s Please Say Something is at heart a love story, but one so trippy in terms of dysfunctional plot, sound effects and graphics you’ll either be amazed or driven insane.
We’ve been waiting for Leatherman’s Freestyle since 2007, but it’ll finally be available this month; it’s the lightest multi-tool with full-size pliers and a blade, weighing just 4.5 ounces.
Keith Jardine and Rampage Jackson give us a taste of UFC 2009 Undisputed in the gameplay trailer above; you know a game is onto something when the slams make you wince.
We’re liking the clean, squared-off lines of Orisue’s Saber shoulder bag, made even more efficient with retractable handles and a breakaway accessory clip and reversible zippers.
Above is the second full-length Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince trailer; we agree with VideoETA in that it takes on a darker (but more accurate) tone than previous trailers.
Celebrating one year since the first production vehicle, the X-Bow Superlight is their premium model with carbon fiber body panels and wheel covers, LSD, and a crash box.
We’re all for saving the environment, but c’mon: Batman’s street cred just flatlined with this Bat-Tuk-Tuk, which is no substitute beater for the Dark Knight’s Batmobile or Tumbler.
An update to Samsung’s Q1 Ultra, the Q1EX UMPC drops the keyboard entirely for a 7″ LCD touchscreen; it’ll run XP with a 1.2GHz VIA Nano CPU, 2GB RAM and a 60GB HDD.
Previously debuted at WonderCon (and today for Watchmen), the latest Trek trailer is fantastic; it lends real gravitas to the movie, elevating it from intergalactic joyride to a bonafide “star trek.”
Designed for minimalists, Areaware’s VANMOOF bicycle is a single-speed urban cruiser with an aluminum frame that houses two solar powered lights; it’s now available for preorder.
Made from a customized Luxor Pyramid case, Polo360x’s Great Pyramid mod is lit up like a Vegas nightclub; at its heart is an overclocked and water-cooled Q6600 CPU @ 3.15 GHz.
Increased space is the name of the game for Spyker’s C8 Aileron, recently unveiled at Geneva; the wheelbase increases by 5.9″ while an Audi 4.2L V8 powerplant pumps out 400bhp.
Relive the legendary Death Star trench run of Gold 5 with this Stay on Target t-shirt, this time with equally legendary WWII era fighters including a Spitfire, Corsair and Warhawk.
Filled with cavalry charges, rifle fusillades and glorious naval battles, this launch trailer for Empire: Total War is a must-watch for megalomaniacs; it’s available both at Steam and in stores.
Perched at the top of JVC’s new Everio camcorder line, the Everio X is a 0.66lb dual-use camera which shoots 9MP still photos, 5.3MP shots at 60fps and can record 1080p video.
Being stuck in a space with a crazed crew isn’t a fresh sci-fi plot line, but this trailer for Pandorum (starring Dennis Quaid and Ben Foster) is at least tantalizing; it’s due out September.
Iskender Asanliev’s ON AIR watch is a genius blend of analog and digital; the red LED’s position shows the hour, but is itself made up of numbers which indicate the minutes.
Above is a preview for iPhone game Heroes and Villains, currently in development by Infinite Ammo; you have the choice to help or hurt a helpless citizen by using superheroes.
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