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Mamiya DM22 DSLR

Mamiya DM22 DSLR
$9,995  Buy Comment

Mamiya’s DM22 is an entry level camera, though only affordable for professionals; it features a 22 MP 44x36mm sensor, Leaf Aptus II-5 back, 80mm f/2.8 lens, and ISO range of 25-400.

Book: Toygiants

Book: Toygiants

Photographers and brothers Daniel and Geo Fuchs strike gold (and silver, and black) with Toygiants, an ginormous collection toys owned by Selim Varol; artwork, here; book, here.

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Jabra STONE

Jabra STONE
$130  Buy Comment

Available at AT&T stores 11/8/09, Jabra’s STONE ups the style ante for bluetooth earpieces; it packs a noise-canceling mic, touch-sensitive shell, A2DP, and charging dock.

Altec Lansing Stage-Gig

Altec Lansing Stage-Gig
$100  Buy Comment

Compatible with Rock Band, Guitar Hero, and DJ Hero, Altec Lansing’s Stage-Gig is ideal for extra on-stage (or on-couch) oomph; the 40W amplified speaker packs a 6.5″ woofer.

Covenant Elite Costume

Covenant Elite Costume

Putting the Halo in Halloween, Pete Mander’s Covenant Elite costume also puts anything we’ve ever fielded to shame; it features joystick-operated top and bottom mandibles.

USB IR Helicopter

USB IR Helicopter
$44  Buy Comment

Brando’s USB IR helicopter will stay juiced as long as you’re near a USB port, letting you buzz nearby cubicles all day; it also includes a controller and LED lighting for night flying.

Trailer 2: TMWSAG

Trailer 2: TMWSAG

This second trailer for The Men Who Stare At Goats isn’t quite as funny as the first, but makes up for it with plenty of witty repartee between Clooney and McGregor’s characters.

SealLine Urban Backpack

SealLine Urban Backpack
$81  Buy Comment

Equally at home on a river or on the road, SealLine’s Urban Backpack is lightweight yet durable and functional; it sports a watertight shell, roll-top closure, and modular pocket system.

Intro Video: Borderlands

Intro Video: Borderlands
$50-$60  Buy Comment

This intro cinematic for Borderlands doesn’t reveal anything new, but it sets the tone for the game with character intros and sweet roadkill; available today, it’s been getting good reviews.

Barnes & Noble Nook

Barnes & Noble Nook
$259  Buy Comment

Barnes & Noble’s Nook is their first eReader; weighing 11.2 oz, it features a 6″ e-ink display, 3.5″ color touchscreen, Wi-Fi, AT&T 3G, 2GB built-in storage, MP3 player and speaker.

Free: Xenogears ReMixed

Free: Xenogears ReMixed
Free  Buy Comment

We always love freebies, but Xenogears ReMixed goes beyond awesome: based on Yasunori Mitsuda’s original Xenogears music, it’s reconceived by no less than 32 musicians.

BeoCom5 Cordless Phone

BeoCom5 Cordless Phone

House phones are fading fast, but Bang & Olufsen’s BeoCom 5 scores style points while staying relevant; it’s a dual-landline cordless phone with VoIP, 2″ LCD and magnetic dock.

Carl Sagan Auto-Tune II

Carl Sagan Auto-Tune II

From the guy who brought us the first Carl Sagan Auto-Tune, We Are All Connected is a symphony of science: Richard Feynman, Neil deGrasse Tyson, and Bill Nye get their groove on.

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Dahon Ios XL Bike

Dahon Ios XL Bike

Dahon’s Ios XL is their flagship full-size folding bike, and we mean full-size: 24″ wheels, integrated lighting, built-in bike pump, and a dynamo-driven gadget charger–yet only seconds to fold.

Randr Tees Fall 2009

Randr Tees Fall 2009
$20  Buy Comment

Just in time for Halloween, Randr Tees’ Fall 2009 line hits our horror sweet spot with plenty of gore and just enough tongue-in-cheek to keep things light; choose from seven new t-shirts.

Apple MacBook (Fall 2009)

Apple MacBook (Fall 2009)
$999  Buy Comment

Apple’s MacBook finally gets some love from its Pro siblings; it sports a glossy unibody plastic shell, a built-in 7 hour battery, glass multi-touch trackpad, and 13″ LED backlit display.

Apple iMac (Fall 2009)

Apple iMac (Fall 2009)
$1,199+  Buy Comment

With larger 21.5″ and 27″ 16:9 LED IPS displays, a tapered base and edge-to-edge glass, Apple’s iMac gets more than new looks: it tops out with a quad-core Core i5 CPU (but no Blu-ray).

Apple Magic Mouse

Apple Magic Mouse
$69  Buy Comment

Chief amongst Apple’s announcements today is their new Magic Mouse: it’s features a seamless multi-touch shell, four months of battery life, a laser-tracking engine and Bluetooth.

D&D x Microsoft Surface

D&D x Microsoft Surface

Microsoft’s Surface finds its true calling with this Dungeons & Dragons concept: it’s a dream come true for tabletop gamers with virtual playing fields, although we miss the physical dice.

Canon EOS-1D Mk IV

Canon EOS-1D Mk IV
$5,000  Buy Comment

Canon’s 16.1MP EOS-1D Mark IV boasts 102,400 ISO, but its strong suit is fast action, low-light shots with 10fps burst, two Digic 4s, 45-pt AF, and 1080p recording (sweet video here).

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Uruguay x OLPC

Uruguay x OLPC

Massive props to Uruguay for coming the closest to fulfilling One Laptop Per Child’s vision: all Uruguayan children attending state primary school will receive an XO model OLPC.

The Horde T-shirt

The Horde T-shirt
$18  Buy Comment

Aled Lewis’ The Horde t-shirt replays a scene from Living Dead and countless other zombie flicks, but we wonder: perhaps they just want to lend a hand (or other detached limb)?

Trailer: Black Lightning

Trailer: Black Lightning

From the same director who brought us Wanted, Black Lightning may be in Russian but it’s not hard to understand: it’s essentially Spiderman meets Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.

The Helmet Project

The Helmet Project

The Helmet Project deserves its own Hall of Fame for its scope: a work in progress, its goal is to catalog images of all college and pro-football helmets from 1960 to present day.

Scubacraft

Scubacraft
~$160,000+  Buy Comment

In addition to his Project X watch, Daniel Craig may want a Scubacraft for his next Bond movie: it’s both a 50 mph speedboat and a submarine, able to dive up to 100 feet underwater.

Blu-ray: Fight Club

Blu-ray: Fight Club
$35  Buy Comment

Tyler Durden’s Fight Club comes to Blu-ray 11/17; in addition to 1080p video and DTS-HD 5.1 sound, it includes an Ed Norton interview, deleted scenes and four audio commentaries.

Haynes Manual Graphics

Haynes Manual Graphics
~$160+  Buy Comment

Volkswagen guts and Spitfire innards make you giddy? Surface View offers Haynes Manual Graphics prints and wall covers; they’re based on the renowned DIY tomes of the same name.

Trailer: Shattered Horizon

Trailer: Shattered Horizon

The deadly void of space has never looked more beautiful with this nearly soundless trailer for Shattered Horizon; 100% in-game footage, it’s packed with sweet zero-g combat.

Analog Glasgow Jacket

Analog Glasgow Jacket
$260  Buy Comment

Analog’s Glasgow Jacket looks urban, but it’ll serve you well on the slopes; it sports a 10,000mm waterproof poly twill shell, hand warmer pockets, MP3 sound port and adjustable hood.

World’s Loudest Alarm

World’s Loudest Alarm

Warning: do not try this at home (or anywhere else); Kipkay.com has built the world’s loudest alarm clock, replacing a cheap 1″ speaker with two ear-splitting, 140 dB electric horns.

Lotus Exige Scura

Lotus Exige Scura
~$90,000  Buy Comment

AKA the Stealth for its matt black paint and carbon fiber bits, Lotus’ Exige Scura is limited to 35 cars; it uses the Exige Cup’s supercharged 257hp 1.8L engine, good for a 0-60 of 4.1s.

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