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.
BMW’s LO Rider concept is an experiment in Harley-style customization, with bolt-on accessories including exhausts, seats and headlamps available to choose in the showroom.
This Sugar Rush trailer looks like something out of Adult Swim, but the actual gameplay for the MMO is a bit simpler (yet still zany). They’re now accepting beta sign ups on their forums.
Large and oblong, Sony’s MBS-900 speaker doesn’t pair visually with the Sony Ericsson W705, but its built-in bluetooth lets it pair with and stream music from BT-equipped cellphones.
Score some 8-bit street cred with this MarioFlauge hoodie; it abounds with geek-friendly features, including quick action thumb holes, an inner iPod pocket and mushroom zipper.
Jett Vodka has California written all over it, which makes sense considering it’s available only in LA; it adds trendy guarana, ginseng and caffeine for a slight boost with your buzz.
Available now on DVD and Blu-ray: Bender’s Game has us in a state of extended geek euphoria, with everything from LEGOs and demolition derbies to D&D and LOTR making appearances.
Continuing Tokyoflash’s often indecipherable yet awesome design philosophy, the Fire Watch isn’t yet available but we dig the perfed stainless steel face and hour and minute LEDs.
We’ve been eagerly awaiting Fanboys ever since we glimpsed the Star Wars parody in 2007; this latest trailer (which features Cap’n Kirk) will suffice until it hits theaters February 6.
Planning on flying soon? Two new TSA friendly bags are now available: both Skooba’s Checkthrough and Belkin’s FlyThru have a butterfly design and hold up to 15.4″ laptops.
Although we liked Reverie, we prefer Akihabara News’ use of the EOS 5D MKII in Tokyo Reality for its multiple “day in the life” shots; if you like people watching, this is your video.
Coming straight from Carroll Shelby himself, Restoration Hardware is auctioning off Shelby’s ’68 “Black Hornet” on 12/2; the proceeds will go to kids who need heart and kidney transplants.
With only a 5 MP and 2.5″ screen, Tomy’s xiao camera isn’t anything special, but its built-in Zero Ink (ZINK) printer turns it into a modern Polaroid, albeit with sticky-back photos.
Forget The Great Office War; Hard Knocks Orlando is so real (weapons with muzzle flashes) that it’s used by SWAT teams for training; choose from Office, Warehouse and Coliseum arenas.
A boon to impromptu photographers, the Modo Pocket is a foldable tripod that fits in your pocket; its four rubber feet guarantee stability while hinges allow you to angle and position it.
If the last Guitar Hero: World Tour trailer was a bit too testosterone-loaded, this video with a smokin’ Heidi Klum should restore balance to the force; not responsible for dropped jaws.
Most HDD enclosures are pretty stale, but Datamore’s Porte sports sleek racecar looks and a Lambo-esque scissor door; it comes in USB and eSATA versions, but is sold in Korea only.
Coming January 17, these black and red Air Jordan True Flights really bring out the numerous angled suede panels; the red contrast stitching and white accents are icing on the cake.
GPG’s Demigod isn’t an easy game to define–an RTS version of Diablo? A DotA descendant? Either way, it looks pretty fantastic from the trailer above; expect it to arrive February 2009.
Canon’s EOS 5D Mk II not cutting it? Their XL H1S and H1A prosumer camcorders feature a 20x HD lens, manual zoom/focus, 60i/30F/24F frame options and DIGIC DV II.
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