HP’s ENVY laptops rival the MacBook Air (0.8″ thin/up to 18 hours battery life for the ENVY 13), but are surprisingly powerful: the ENVY 15 tops out with Core i7 and 16 GB RAM.
A topless version of the MINI Coupe Concept, the MINI Roadster loses two seats from the current convertible but gains 8.8 cubic feet of trunk space and a new multi-function display.
#braainnnnnsss has always been a trending topic for Twitter Zombies, which isn’t too surprising: staying under 140 characters is pretty easy when you have a one word vocabulary.
Available today, Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2 unloads the awesome in this Gameplay Montage; regardless of which side you pick in the superhero civil war, this game looks like a winner.
You can’t Wingardium Leviosa your TV with it, but The Wand Company’s Remote Control Wand can be programmed to change channels and the volume with “magical” gestures.
Logitech further slims down its Lapdesk line with the Portable Lapdesk N315; designed to keep your legs cool, it’s completely flat with an anti-slip top and retractable mouse pad.
The rice rocket goes literal with this Extreme Japanese Cars clip; while we liked the B-Monk-W and uber-Batmobile, nothing can top the Rocket Launcher Van; liftoff is at 5:40.
Rife with intrigue, the episode 4 of the Old Republic Timeline series reveals the shadowy hand of Imperial Intelligence and its role in the creation of the Mandolorian-Sith Alliance.
We’re still waiting for our own flight to space, but MIT students recently sent a camera 17.5 miles into near-space using a prepaid GPS cellphone, hand warmers and a styrofoam beer cooler.
Kevin Tong’s iSteamPhone gets a follow-up with this iSteamMac tee; it’s a steampunk rendition of the legendary 1984 Macintosh 128K, complete with DaVinci-style annotations.
Customize your PS3 Slim according to your tastes (or the lack thereof) courtesy of ColorWare: choose one of nearly four dozen colors for the the top, bottom, logo and controllers.
We’ll forgive the wheel spats on Brabus’ E V12 Black Baron, if only because it has gobs of power: both its 217 mph top speed and 811 lb.-ft. of torque are electronically limited.
Worth1000.com’s Photoshop army takes on Disney’s surprise acquisition of Marvel Comics with Marvel/Disney Hybrids; our favorites: Mickey’s Fantastic Four and Snow White Hulk.
GP has an excellent review up of Craftsman’s Cap Wrench Bottle Opener; it’s basically a opener that acts as a fulcrum, albeit weighing a solid 0.64 lbs and made from solid steel.
Blending old world style with new world tech, Bill Guffey’s Google Street View Art may seem worldly but is painted entirely from his home in rural Kentucky; yes, Google says it’s okay.
Sporting Yamaha’s “neo-streamline” design, the 2010 Stratoliner Deluxe is a hard bag cruiser with 50/50 weight distribution, 1854 cc pushrod V-twin and a big, wind-shearing fairing.
This Characters Trailer for Borderlands introduces us to the Hunter, Siren, Soldier and Brick classes, but also further sells us on the games’ gratuitous (yet offbeat) take on cellshading.
Available 10/14/09, SF20: The Art of Street Fighter is a 320 page uber-tome packed with 1,500 illustrations that span the SF universe, including sketches, concepts and promo art.
If you didn’t hear Discovery’s sonic boom, this video of the Space Shuttle and ISS undocking makes up for it: it’s almost as good a fit for The Blue Danube as 2001: A Space Odyssey.
Not quite slim, not quite loose, these low raise Edwin Skinny Jeans have a modern profile, but the devil’s in the details with red selvage on the back pockets, cinchback and flat rivets.
The jury’s still out on Lucidity, but it comes with an impressive pedigree: created by LucasArts, this gameplay trailer looks like a quaint mix of Lemmings and Little Red Riding Hood.
Made with neatsfoot oiled leather, Chris Lee’s Triangle Coin Pouch is simultaneously affordable, functional and stylish; two snap closures allow access on either side; optional engraving.
We’re literally blown away by Stefan Radev’s Blue Dynamics Land Yacht; he followed BMW’s “Efficient Dynamics” design ethos to create a three-wheeled, wind-powered stunner.
It took 40 tries and two days to get it right, but Robert Carlyle absolutely nails The Man Who Walked Around The World, a six minute history of Johnnie Walker; it’s shot entirely in one take.
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