Chronicle Collectibles and Cinemaquette teamed up to create a 78″ tall T-800 Endoskeleton statue. Based on the robot’s appearance in Terminator: Genisys, the statue is chrome plated, has LED eyes and articulated forearms and fingers. Limited to 100 units.
Hot Toys has unveiled a sixth scale action figure based on the heroine of the sci-fi action movie Alita: Battle Angel. The figure comes with a nicely tailored outfit, which can be removed to show a highly detailed body. The figure also has separate rolling eyeballs.
Q Acoustics’ Concept 300 speakers marry form with function. Its beautiful cabinet and tripod stand are designed to eliminate vibration, with technologies such as a gel separating each speaker cabinet’s layers and springs on the stand mount. Drops 3/2019 for $4,499.
MSI’s GS75 Stealth gaming laptop is equipped with the latest GTX Max-Q GPUs and Intel’s 8th gen Core i7 CPU in a 0.75″ thick and sub 5lb package. Its 17.3″ 1080p 144Hz screen is barely surrounded by bezels while its SteelSeries keyboard features per key RGB lighting.
Limited to just 3000 pieces, this retro-modern LCD watch is a reproduction of the classic Seiko Speedmaster, created by famed automotive designer Giugiaro, and worn by racer Ayrton Senna. It features a curved Hardex crystal, tachymeter, stopwatch, alarm, and timer.
Toyota is releasing a limited-edition of 1200 vehicles featuring a black accented grille, bronze BBS 18″ forged aluminum wheels, and retro-style badging. Its chrome lower moldings and running boards have also been removed to make it more off-road friendly.
Developed with the help of Fishman, Fender’s American Acoustasonic Telecaster is a modern take on the acoustic-electric guitar. It has a thin and hollow body, a curated selection of acoustic and electric voices, and a tuned sound hole. The downside? It will go for $2,000.
Hot Toys presents this super-powered variant of The Punisher based on his appearance in the mobile game Marvel Future Fight. The Punisher War Machine armor action figure comes with an extra head, eight hands, a detachable chest armor, thrust fire effects and tons of weapons.
One of designer Takao Inoue’s artistic goals is to capture fleeting moments and preserve them. His unique tabletop curiosity does just that, freezing a puffy dandelion about to release its seeds inside an acrylic block, illuminated in space with a smooth, OLED light source.
Gecco is offering this sixth-scale statue of the modern warrior Hachiro Oka in his elite Hard Suit from the animated movie spinoff of the brutal manga series Gantz. The statue’s cords have metal wire for poseability, and Oka’s face hides underneath the detachable mask.
Boox’s 2019 Note Pro eReader has an app store that lets you access the most popular reading and productivity based apps from Google Play, such as Word, Excel, and the Amazon Kindle app. It also has an adjustable backlight with warm and cool settings. Drops 4/2019.
August & Wonder’s connected kinetic sculpture tilts to indicate day-over-day changes in a stock market or cryptocurrency using a bull for increases in value, and a bear for decreases. It’s available in wired and wireless variants, and limited to 300 units.
The latest model of Ressence’s unique floating face watch. The Type 2 is a mechanical watch that can always adjust itself to the right time after only one calibration, no matter how long since you’ve last used it. You can also calibrate it via its app. Drops 4/2019 for $49,000.
For 2020 the Lexus RC F’s beefy V8 jumps to 472 hp, and gets a few other upgrades, but it’s the Track Edition that we want. This beast has shed 176 lb and improved aero thanks to carbon fiber everywhere, titanium exhaust, lightweight forged wheels, and carbon ceramic brakes.
The crazy expensive HP Omen X Emperium 65 is the first commercially available NVIDIA Big Format Gaming Display. The 65″ monitor has HDR, a 144Hz refresh rate, 4ms response time, and NVIDIA G-Sync. It also has an NVIDIA Shield built-in and comes with a soundbar.
We’ve driven the Lexus LC 500 before, and it’s a truly amazing vehicle. Now, Lexus is showing off a concept version that lets the wind blow through your hair as its powerful V8 launches you down the road in the lap of luxury. Let’s hope Lexus puts it into production just like this.
Clocking in at 5.79 lb, Alienware’s 2019 m17 is the world’s thinnest and lightest 17″ gaming laptop, thanks to its copper and magnesium alloy case. It can be maxed out with Intel’s 8th gen Core i9 CPU and NVIDIA’s RTX 2080 Max-Q GPU. It drops 1/29/19 starting at $1649.
Lenovo’s answer to the Surface Studio. Like Microsoft’s offering, the Yoga A940 all-in-one PC has a touchscreen display that tilts to make it easier to touch the 27″ 4K display. It comes with a stylus, a keyboard, and a wireless charging pad. Drops later in 2019 for $2349+.
Alienware’s new desktop replacement gaming laptop. The beastly Area-51m can be maxed out with desktop-class Core i9 CPU and NVIDIA RTX 2080 Max-Q GPU… for now. That’s because you can swap out its CPU and GPU, as well as its RAM and battery. Drops 1/29/19 for $2549+.
Razer’s svelte new 27″ gaming monitor has a wide stand, but it’s not just for show – though it does have an RGB LED strip. The stand has CNC-milled slots at the back for cable management, and the display itself tilts up to 90º for easy access to the ports underneath.