Created in partnership with Harrison Ford, Hamilton’s Khaki Conservation features a see-through back engraved with Ford’s signature; proceeds go to Conservation International.
Gun violence is bad, kids, but The Midnight Show’s video starring Andy Richter and a smug Prius owner echoes the sentiments of many; we particularly liked the Nissan pitch at the end.
Coming to the US later this spring, the Dell Studio One 19 is an all-in-one with an 18.5″ multi-touch display; it’ll top out with a Blu-ray drive, GeForce 9400, 4GB RAM and Core 2 Quad CPU.
Apple’s new stainless steel iPod Shuffle is half the size of the previous generation and moves navigation buttons to the earbud lanyard; it can also speak the name of the song and artist.
Consider us officially sprung for Disney/Pixar’s Up: this theatrical trailer is not only double the length of the previous one but introduces several new characters (a villain!) and settings.
The flame design may not be for everyone, but we like the Sharkoon Rush FireGlider’s gaming features; on-the-fly refresh rate toggling, Teflon feet, a 1.8m cable and weight tuning.
We’ve featured the McLaren SLR Stirling Moss before, but Mercedes-Benz has dropped 25 smokin’ new pics that make us just that more envious of folks with 750k euros lying around.
Just in case you thought Wolverine’s claws were decorative, this Uncaged Trailer is basically 1 minute 40 seconds of Logan tearing into everything; dude’s got serious issues.
Human survivors may lack numbers, but they make up for it by being opportunistic bastards: Zombie Donkey turns the undead hordes into cheap transport and labor. Thanks, Brian!
I spy a Covenant plasma pistol: this amazingly detailed Xbox 360 mod by Max is a Halo-themed diorama that should make any Spartan weep; it took roughly two months to create.
Empty out your bank account like it’s Judgment Day: the Terminator 2 Complete Collector’s Set (available 5/19) nets you six discs including Blu-ray and a 14″ T-800 Endoskull bust.
I Heart Chaos’ Periodic Table of Video Game Characters is one that we could get lost in for a good half hour; they’ve managed to pair (by letter) a character with each real life element.
Dievas’ Aqualuna Gray gets an impressive 1000m of water resistance by not skimping: it uses 5.5mm thick sapphire crystal, surgical grade stainless steel and a Swiss 28k bhp movement.
Eks’ Otus DJ Controller emphasizes usability, with features such as a 7.5″ high res jog wheel, user assignable controls, two swappable virtual decks, four jog wheels and a touchpad.
Sure, Kevin Lin is using stock effects from Adobe After Effects for his demo reel, but keep in mind he’s only 12 years old; a hair dryer blaster and twirling lightsabers? Rock on, little dude!
Available to North American World of Warcraft fans since 2007, FigurePrints is now making its 3D statue services available across the pond; they’ll have to pay about 130 euros.
As if an RC Grand Prix in the office wasn’t cool enough: this Vodafone viral video shows McLaren using a BlackBerry to control an F1 car with Lewis Hamilton at the wheel. Thanks, Mauricio!
Designed to hold a 13″ notebook, LAbesace’s curves hide a wealth of protective features: hi-density 8mm padding, 1682D nylon fabric and 420D ripstop linings (available orange or lime).
We’re happy with one solid-state drive, but the geeks over at Samsung put a whopping 24 SSDs in RAID with blazing fast results; 53 programs in 18s and DVD rip xfer in 0.8s FTW! Thanks, Alex!
Sanuk’s Pick Pocket Sidewalk Surfers are lightweight, beach-friendly sandals with a hidden bonus: a pocket lets you stash away cards, driver’s license, a key or other small items.
We never thought we’d see “AT-AT” and “cute” together in a sentence, but these pictures by Nick Drummond of “ATilla” show a softer side to the death-dealing Imperial walker.
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