Western Digital’s stylish ShareSpace targets small offices (or folks with too many media files); the NAS server handles up to 4TB with RAID 5 and is both quiet and energy efficient.
Add this to our Christmas wishlist: Dark Knight is coming to Blu-Ray on 12/9 as a standard two-disc set. The second set will include “Batman Tech” and six Gotham Cable episodes.
We loved Ecko’s Star Wars tees, so we were happy to see this Boba Fett Hoodie; the classic yellow, green and red colorway looks pretty cool. Also available: a Storm Trooper hoodie.
Mythbusters has a preoccupation with cannons, not that we’re complaining: this Creamer Cannon uses non-dairy creamer to create a explosion that is part terrifying and all awesome.
Luxury trunk designer Pinel & Pinel’s Movie Trunk is a cinemaphile’s dream, and includes a 26″ TV screen, DVD/CD player and a 1300 watt Bang & Olufsen sound system.
Emre Durmus’ Blackbook M concept is what T-Mobile’s G1 phone should have looked like: it gets a slide-out keyboard and runs on Android, but man, what a quantum leap in design!
We don’t get enough Kaiju out west, which is why we’re loving this 7 min collection of the best parts of Negadon: The Monster form Mars; it’s part of a 25 min CGI short made in 2006.
Oakley’s Kitchen Sink Backpack is an uber bag with tons of features; able to hold a 17″ laptop, it includes a molded top compartment for sunglasses and drainage ports for wet items.
Singapore’s historic F1 Night Race is over, and with it Jalopnik has posted a nice gallery of pics. The full results are here, but quickly: Renault’s Fernando Alonso won with 1:56:16.
Our favorite out of Substratum Apparel’s Seven Deadly Sins collection is this Wrath pullover hoodie; the art is hand-drawn and fresh, but not over done; it’s also available as a tee.
This trailer for Sacred 2: Fallen Angel is one of our favorites; performed to music by Blind Guardian, there’s just something about smashing skeletons to rock that is oh-so righteous.
Australian Ashley Wood has just released his Deep Powder edition MK 2 Bramble bots; these will be his last for some time, and with only 200 available, preorder these 15″ robots ASAP.
JL Audio’s latest subwoofer, the Fathom f212, sports automatic room optimization tech similar to the Beolab 5, but ups the ante: we’re drooling over the 3000W amp and dual 12″ drivers.
Laid out in logarithmic, Height is a hand-drawn poster by xkcd that puts everything from the Eiffel Tower to the Horsehead Nebula in perspective; it measures 28″ and will ship 10/15.
Although it’s targeted towards the ladies, LG’s Momo X110 netbook has a two advantages: integrated 3G and a more useable keyboard thanks to thoughtfully placed arrow keys.
Using C++, OpenFrameWorks, and OpenCV, Chris O’Shea and rAndom Int’l created Audience, a funky flock of 64 interactive mirrors at the Royal Opera House in the UK.
Although we prefer the Seamaster Diver watch, this Quantum of Solace branded Smirnoff Black Vodka should be more accessible; it’ll come in a limited edition cocktail shaker.
We dare you not to drool: Mercedes’ McLaren SLR 722 S roadster gets a 650 HP 5.5L V8 that tops out at 220.6 mph. Its soft top can handle up to 200 mph and the body is all carbon fiber.
Paul Eres has put together a fantastic montage of 100 indie games developed with YoYo Games’ Game Maker application, around since 1999. Click here to see a list of the games.
We’re feeling 200 Nipples’ latest t-shirt, Beware the Slime Monster by Matthew Skiff. It’s got a nice gooey look with great use of negative space and is perfect for Halloween.
Good artists can create even with simple tools; Font Park’s website has a gallery of pretty sweet art made using only Asian brush strokes. Hint: click “View List” in the upper right.
London-based illustrator Rod Hunt’s artwork reminds us of Goon City, albeit better drawn and more detailed; this is especially critical when viewing a 50-foot tall bikini-clad woman.
Our favorite PMP with the spinning doohickey, the iRiver Spinn, is finally available for sale in 4 GB and 8 GB varieties; you’ll get a 16:19 OLED touchscreen and FM tuner come 10/3.
While not the first 8 MP-equipped cellphone we’ve seen, Samsung’s Pixon is well-rounded, with a 3.2″ touchscreen, accelerometer, GPS and WXVGA video recording. Look for it 10/2.
Using office supplies such as clips and rubber bands to make guns, OfficeGuns.com is simultaneously cool and dangerous: you really *will* shoot your eye out with these beasties.
Still drooling over those iPhone cupcakes? Check out these 3.3″ iPhone Coasters by Meninos Design; they’re made out of plywood and wrapped in vinyl with a rubber backing.
Endless Zombie Rampage is a free flash game and not very complex, but the satisfying crunch of body parts and vast array of weaponry (minigun, anyone?) makes this a great time killer.
Tired of stock Guitar Hero and Rock Band controllers? Peak’s Starpex Guitars mimic the real thing; they’re heavier, feature muted strum buttons and get three awesome color schemes.
ISO50 is the brainchild of San Francisco-based artist Scott Hansen; his retro-themed artwork demonstrates a mastery of nostalgic colorways, yet remains quite contemporary.
These Hennessy Hi-Tops by Jhung Yuro are a bit out of left field, but we’re digging the brown and creme colorway and croc embossed inserts. Available 12/1, sans the cognac.
Despite 3000 mW of maximum input, Sony’s MDR-XB700 headphone is designed to pamper the ears: its thick urethane leather cushion is air tight and minimizes sound leakage.
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