Ferrari’s Scuderia Spider 16M has a bit of an identity crisis, as it’s designed for the track but is a drop top with a built-in iPod Touch in its center console; it’s limited to a run of 499.
With all the global troubles in the past decade, the advice to Keep Calm and Carry On is apt but a bit tired; we all know this Now Panic and Freak Out tee is a far more honest response.
Modern and minimalist, the Vers 1.5R is an iPod radio/alarm that includes an AM/FM tuner, 15 watt speaker, 3.5 mm input and output, IR remote and your choice of six wood cabinets.
Spooky Daddy’s Eyeball of Doom is a bit too soft for world domination, but we do want one for our office; there’s nothing quite like 3′ wide, all-seeing eye to brighten up your day.
Don’t let its police box disguise fool you; this Dr. Who Tardis USB Hub can travel through time at at USB 2.0 speeds with its four ports; it even has a blue siren up top and sound effects.
Move over, M. Bison: Street Fighter IV boss Seth is the Silver Surfer with a bad case of villainous exposition; however, we can’t help but think his reliance on magic is a bit of a cop-out.
Coming soon to Burnout: Paradise: called the Jansen 88 Special, we all know it’s just Doc Brown’s DeLorean; dual flame trails at 88mph and the fact that it flies are not-so-subtle hints.
Can’t convince your friends you’re a Sith Lord? NovaPop’s custom Star Wars art shows the power of your Dark Side by personalizing Storm Troopers, Palpatine or Boba with your own face.
Commemorating the Apollo, Gemini and Skylab missions, these 23 Omega Speedmaster Watches are going for an astronomical $125k; for that, they should throw in a moon rock.
It’s not quite as cool as playing Zelda with tesla coils, the Ocarina iPhone app is more portable and less likely to electrocute; you can even hear what others are playing around the world.
Asus’ N80V looks like the N20A; however, this 14.1″ laptop has a tantalizing feature set, including an LED backlit screen, 512MB GeForce 9300M GS, HDMI out and optional Blu-ray.
With a Warner Bros live-action Akira due in 2009, American Akira is both hilarious and terrifying, similar to what might happen if Michael Bay made a Transformers movie. Oh, wait…
Mow down woodland creatures and tear up the slopes with this Tracked Hummer: converted into a snowmobile/ATV for SEMA, it’s even got avalanche-inducing speakers in the trunk.
Tom Bihn’s Checkpoint Flyer is pricier than the Checkthrough or FlyThru, but the TSA-friendly bag’s ballistic nylon + cordura construction and detachable laptop sleeve are spiffy features.
Samsung’s Behold is coming to T-Mobile Nov. 10th, and we’re genuinely intrigued: it’ll have a 3″ touchscreen with haptic feedback, 3G, Wi-Fi, 3.5mm jack and 5 MP camera.
Despite his name, HPI’s G-Dog isn’t packing any attitude; made with aluminum and powered by nine servos, he can sit, beg, crawl and even roll over to its side using a Playstation-like joypad.
Surprisingly, this isn’t the first dino guitarist we’ve seen, but LBP continues to wow us with Heavy Metal Mullet, an ode to hair metal with a bone-crushing finale on a skull elevator.
Even mad scientists need a little booze every now and then: this Cocktail Chemistry Set includes your standard radioactive and biohazard test tubes, Erlenmeyer flask and a shaker.
We love two-fers, but this Devil or Angel shirt is really a four-fer: not only is the shirt reversible with angel or devil designs, but it includes an art print and is packaged like a steak. Mmm, steak…
The Asus N20A is the N10′s big bro, with a 12.1″ screen, Core 2 Duo, Bluetooth and 3G. Curiously, it’s stuck with Intel’s X4500 chipset, instead of the N10′s Nvidia 9300M.
This Halo Wars Limited Collector’s Edition might justify a little February splurge; it comes with a graphic novel, three maps, Spirit of Fire patch and six leader cards.
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