You’ve got the whole world (floating) in your hands: the Antigravity Platform is basically a big electromagnet that levitates and illuminates your goodies via an included magnetic stand.
Sony’s Kevin Butler travels back in time from 11/2010 to teach backwards early 2010ers about the PlayStation Move; yup, more digs at Wii and Natal from the VP of Realistic Movements.
Dana Gordon’s Itch Chair concept has got your back: users can control a scratching actuator with a broad selection of servo-powered “fingernails” using a touchpad at the seat base.
The bold black Santok SMC1000 iPhone Boombox features something unique among iPod docks – a sound-sensitive blue-green VFD visual equalizer display on the face of the dock.
Razer finally gives a hand to southpaws with a left-handed version of the DeathAdder after releasing the RH version last fall; it features the same 3.5G IR sensor at the same price.
Breffo’s Spiderpodium is functionally just an iPhone stand, but we’re not sure if arachnophobes can stand it: its eight flexible legs are not just good for holding but hanging, too.
Parrot’s AR.Drone has much more waiting in the wings than just flying: this Game Demo video shows off both one- and two-player combat modes with simulated and real opponents.
Microsoft updates its LifeCam line with a trio of 720p HD AF webcams; the HD-5000 and 5001 are designed for the desktop, while the HD-6000 adds 360° rotation for notebooks.
Astro Gaming’s A30 Headset targets home gamers at $50 less than the A40; it features supra-aural on-ear cushions, closed back construction, a left-side only mic, and three QD cables.
Digital Storm’s Black|OPS PC now packs Intel’s first hexa-core consumer CPU, the Core i7-980X, but that’s not the big news; their TwisterBoost OC package boosts it to a blistering 4.4GHz.
It’s not the first clip-on USB hub from Brando we’ve featured, but their new Combo Hub not only increases the total USB 2.0 ports to five but lets them swivel; also: a 4-slot card reader.
Available 4/2010: Sony’s MDR-RF4000K is a digital cordless headphone with circum-aural cushions and 40mm long-stroke diaphragm; it’ll last up to 7 hours and includes a charging dock.
Save space without giving up power with AeroCool’s Qx-2000; the double-deck case has space for 300mm video cards, letting you isolate hot components from the rest of your system.
Never be without a Rock, Paper, Scissors sparring buddy again with Steve Hoefer’s Playing Glove: this arduino gadget will not only play against you, but learns from your moves.
Never worry about powering your collection of R2D2 Humidifiers, IR Helicopters, and Lightsaber Lamps again: the Super 16 Port Hub features 16 USB 2.0 ports and a 22.5W PSU.
Cellphones have made watches redundant, but Celsius X VI II’s phone is more for telling time than making calls: made with 547 mechanical parts, it features a tourbillon in its hinge.
Wage not-so-silent death on your enemies while texting with these Mini Ninja Weapons Cellphone Charms; choose from tiny replicas of Katanas, Nunchucks, and Throwing Stars.
If you think 8-bit graphics are retro, wait until you see Chloe Fan’s Super Mario Bros on an 8×8 LED matrix; it’s surprisingly still playable despite having only one color and 64 pixels.
Pioneer’s DJM-2000 is a professional mixer with an industry-first 5.8″ color multi-touch screen which allows for virtual assignable triggers and faders; it’ll be available for $3k June 2010.
Apple geeks can geek-out with their axe courtesy Paul Reed Smith’s GuitarBud: it’s a cable system w/iPhone app that lets you connect your iPhone and headphones to your electric guitar.
Casio’s rugged/hip G’zOne series gets an upgrade with the Brigade; it features a full QWERTY, 3.2MP AF camera w/video, EV-DO Rev.A, Mil-Spec 810F, and dual OLED/WQVGA screens.
Sony finally sets things in motion with the PlayStation Move; part Wiimote, part lollipop, it uses the PS Eye to track the controller; also included is a secondary controller with analog stick.
Networking through your home’s electrical wiring isn’t new, but brite-View’s LinkE ups the ante (and the power) with a 200 Mbps adapter that offers a whopping 4 ethernet ports.
If your desktop case is on its last legs, get four more with Lian Li’s creepy PC-T1R Spider Case: it houses an mATX mainboard, drives, and PSU in its head/thorax and abdomen.
Booq’s Vyper XS3 is more like laptop armor than a sleeve; it features a water-resistant cross-weave ballistic nylon exterior with non-scratch interior lining and 1/4″ molded foam.
Elgato’s EyeTV Hybrid USB tuner slims down and adds Windows 7 compatibility; it allows you to watch HDTV, Clear QAM and analog cable TV and includes DVR software.
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