Pink is most definitely not our color, but this Valentine’s Day Case is really for your iPhone totin’ lady; only 100 will be made and will come numbered with custom engraving.
Apple has no intentions to go the Netbook route, but we like this MacBook Mini concept by Isamu Sanada; it’s a clutch similar to the Vaio P, albeit with a nifty folding form factor.
Amen’s Hubless Monster needs to be seen to be believed; the video above shows a chopper that seems to almost glide, thanks to a non-rotating inner ring which is attached to the fork.
There’s no crampin’ this bird’s style: even penguins get tired of the whole tuxedo getup from time to time, as evidenced by this Less Formal t-shirt; the tattoo on his wing says “Born To Fly.”
Crank: High Voltage is the sequel to the original 2006 film; Jason Statham still stars as a hitman, this time with an artificial heart that he needs to periodically jump start to stay alive. Thanks, J!
Those photochoppers at Worth1000 are at it again: their Armored Animals contest places owls, lizards, hamsters and penguins in medieval armor; our favorite: Squirrel Knight.
MyRacer’s Korea-only Lisse S10 does a good job evolving the minimalist touchscreen ethos first pioneered by the iPhone; the entire OLED screen is actually a four-way keypad.
Talk about a two-fer: not only does Boba Fett strike a bad-ass pose in this animated-style statue, but he’s backed with a freshly-frozen Han set in a Carbonite slab; it’ll be available 9/09.
Unlike yesterday’s Aliens Must Die, Space Pips is quite a bit more fun and frenetic, with responsive controls, plenty of upgrades and debris that sounds a bit like wind chimes.
The pen is indeed mightier than the sword with the Pocket Shark Pen, which doubles as a self-defense weapon; it’s made with glass-reinforced plastic and a screw-top cap.
It’s too bad this iPhone-shaped USB drive is Taiwan-only; you’re virtually guaranteed to get the ladies gushing over it’s bendy uber-cuteness, made possible by a flexible rubber body.
It’s old news for music majors, but Axis of Awesome shows that it only takes four chords for a hit song; realizing Blink 182 and A-Ha are related = shivers down our spine.
Even if purple ain’t your color, this Space Junkie Hoodie is a must for retro arcade fans; the Galaga print on the front is cool, but we’re really digging the alien cha-cha line on the hood.
If superpowers are mutations a-la X-Men, most should be dead ends; Superuseless Superpowers explores pointless abilities including 13th Bullet Bulletproof and Slumberjack.
With crystalized skull and heart frames and an oversized purple tinted lens, Ed Hardy’s Japan Tattoo sunglasses have a flashy Lenny Kravitz vibe; in short, they aren’t for the faint of heart.
If you’ve yet to score a copy of Burnout Paradise, Ultimate Box is a quick and dirty way to get caught up; it includes the Cagney update as well as the Bike, Big Surf Island and Party Packs.
Shot on Inauguration Day, this gigantic panorama shows thousands of people (including Obama); 220 photos are stitched together for the equivalent of a 1,474 megapixel picture.
If the Emperor is a bit out of your reach, Gravitonus’ WorkStation is about 1/5th the price; it features three displays, built-in LED lighting, a ventilated seat and 5.1 surround sound.
There’s nothing like singing about Seaborgium in the shower; we like how this 71″ square Periodic Table Shower Curtain conveniently masks your subatomic parts as well.
Chris Owens’ Edge cellphone refines the slider concept with a transparent, low-profile glass keypad with LED backlighting; the phone itself is made with a mix of aluminum and ABS plastic.
Created by the wizards over at LICHTFAKTOR for a cinema ad, this lightwriting video is some of the slickest light art we’ve seen; look for the cool “bicycle” at about 40 seconds.
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