Originally sold for $750k but now on the block for $295k, this 2006 ASC Diamondback Viper by McLaren features a tuned V10 that hits 615hp and a trumpeted air intake system.
Yes, it’s yet another zombie game, but The Last Stand had us hooked for a solid hour trying to survive twenty successive waves of the undead; hint: invest in a good weapon early.
JA Michell’s TecnoDec is an entry-level turntable with a low-noise DC motor, advanced bearing and a solid plinth, yet is still easy to use; it requires no user setup or maintenance.
We figured that any book with NPH on the cover is worth a look, and The Bro Code doesn’t disappoint; filled with 150 bro commandments, it’s a must for How I Met Your Mother fans.
If you’re an Adi fan, get a jump on the Adidas Originals Spring and Summer ’09 lineup; there’s a good mix of vintage styles as well as Superstars, Micropacers, Forums and Vespas.
Seriously loaded skiing enthusiasts should check out the Ski Gym, which is essentially a self-contained motion simulator with 18 venues that helps you train for blue, red and black slopes.
With a growing collection of gorgeously photographed case mods and custom desktops, Million Dollar PC will help to satisfy your appetite for sweet, sweet gadget pr0n. Thanks, Jack!
Specializing in car-oriented videos, AdvanTech Studios’ Showreel ’08 is pure sex for auto aficionados; filled with slo-mo drifts and vignetting, you may have seen some of this in Top Gear.
It might get us impaled playing Rock Band or Guitar Hero, but that won’t stop us from ogling this PS3 Warbeast Guitar; angles aside, it features a glowing strumbar and faceplates.
We always look forward to seeing NFL and NCAA money shots, but photog David Bergman has uploaded a whopping 1,304 stills from the 2008 SEC Championship game.
Tentacle Grape is a carbonated drink that is about as un-PC as beverages get, but it’s also brilliant wordplay on one of anime/manga’s more questionable fetishes. Thanks, Nailbeer!
Exploded diagrams rock our geeky socks, so this Exploded iPhone t-shirt by Dion Briggs is a must buy; it’s printed with soft-hand plastisol on an American Apparel tee.
It’s probably not wearable, but this life-sized Final Fantasy XII helmet will earn you some serious cosplay cred; it’s limited in availability for all you Judge Magister Gabranth fans.
Nothing will ever top the Heidi Kum Guitar Hero commercial, but this trailer for Dead Rising: Chop Til You Drop is pretty freakin cool, in a zombie mobbed, chainsaw flying way.
These s-Jays earphones come with a SIREN armature that bumps up output and dynamic range; they also include extra sleeves, a stereo splitter, airline adapter and extension cable.
Mac Funamizu over at Petitinvention is well known for his ultra-sleek gadget concepts that often favor form over function; his Lupa phone is part Aura, part iPod and all sexy.
Although it’s a viral ad for JC Penney, Beware of the Doghouse describes the predicament of guys so well that we can’t help but nod our heads (and wag our tails) in agreement.
Few brands are as lustworthy as Shelby, and true to form the 2010 Ford Shelby GT500 makes the new ‘Stang the most powerful ever, with 540hp and 510lb-ft of torque.
A retro 80s classic, Oakley’s Frogskins sunglasses are back thanks to a retooling of the original line; our favorite is the matte black with fire iridium lens above, which is still available.
Our favorite artist of insane details is as it again: eBoy’s Peecol Toy Poster is droolworthy, with nearly 100 characters ranging from space aliens and robots to Playboy Bunnies.
Coming to theaters 7/24, G-Force may just be crazy enough to be genius: it’s a Disney film by Jerry Bruckheimer about a team of covert rodents battling transforming robots.
No more ghetto white balancing with a sheet of paper: baLens White Balance Lens Cap not only protects your glass, but features a translucent dome in both warm and neutral colors.
Perfect for ethically challenged coders, this Wise Robots t-shirt takes the classic Japanese proverb and gives it a robotic edge: “Input no evil, Process no evil, Output no evil.”
We could deal without the continuous operatic wail in the background, but this trailer for Japanese action RPG Demon’s Souls is an absolute eyeful for medieval fantasy fans.
With declining marketshare, Motorola might want to consider Brad Mitchell’s MotoFocus concept; two touchscreens allow for dynamic displays that separate work from play.
Not sober (or conscious) enough to remember last night’s New Year festivities at the stroke of midnight? Check out these New Year 2009 firework videos from around the world: Vimeo, Youtube.
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