Depreciation is a big issue for most used vehicles, but probably not for this Porsche Gemballa Mirage GT Coupe. If your beater can do 0-60 in 3 seconds, give us a call and we’ll deal.
Andrew Mager’s broken iPhone 3G photos can be painful to see, but there is an innate beauty to the shattered screens and crumpled cases. May you rest in pieces.
This Quadraflex speaker has a timeless style; it was designed over 50 years ago by Ray and Charles Eames. They’re for serious collectors only: you’ll need to hunt for them.
It’s only available in Japan, but that doesn’t stop us from ogling this leather-bound Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia notebook. Comes with the game and a two-CD soundtrack. Thanks, CirusX!
For active guys, Keen’s new Venice H2 Sandals feature better drainage and cooling over earlier shoes; they’re quite comfortable. Hydrophobic foam rubber speeds up drying.
Biofueled engines? Check. Ice penetrating radar? Check. Propellers? Lotus’ Concept Ice Vehicle is an Antarctic explorers’ dream; it scouts ahead for heavier support vehicles.
New at ThinkGeek: the Exposed Flip Clock allows you to watch all 86,400 of your daily seconds tick away in agonizing detail. The gear on the left is a 24 hour alarm.
Three years in the making, the MechRC is a programmable robot with 17 independently controlled servos: in short, it can dance the funky chicken without breaking a sweat.
Nothing says classy like black and white, which is why we like the simple yet sophisticated appeal of these Pointer Toby sneakers. The upper sports paneled leather with logo tabs.
Nokia’s 3610 clamshell phone is targeted towards budget users, but it manages to pack in bluetooth, a 1.3 MP camera and microSD support. The analog clock display is a nice touch, too.
Above is Little Big Planet’s latest trailer. Yes, it’s basically a big ad for their preorder at Amazon, but who can resist flame-breathing dragons and triple ballooned airships?
3D printing is here: Philips’ Shapeways site will take just about any 3D model you submit and “print” it using one of four materials; they charge by the cubic centimeter.
NVIDIA’s Quadro Plex 2200 D2s are targeted towards 3D modelers and scientists, but we dig the design and power under the hood: two Quadro FX 5800 GPUs and 8 GB of memory.
Scott Wade takes one-of-a-kind art to extremes with his dirty car art, which he brushes onto dusty car windows. To get the dirt to stick, he rubs almond oil onto the windows. His latest gallery is here.
Long live the queen: Monarchy’s Union Jack watches look swank in silver and black with digital+analog movements. Also includes thirty timezones by city, chronograph and timer.
Choosing between Nokia and Blackberry? BGR’s E71 vs. Bold comparo is worth a read. Conclusion: the E71 is the best phone ever to run S60, but the Bold remains king for business users.
Rainbow-colored shirts aren’t our thing (tye dye gives us headaches); thankfully, White Bread’s Rainbows tee is blue and shades of grey. Thumbs up for the hand-drawn look.
Reenact the Battle of Britain with these two WW2 themed Sharkys by Keith Poon. “Kempfe” is based on Germany’s Messerschmitt Bf 110 G, while the other is based on the legendary Spitfire.
Artist Bekijk Michael Karcz’s creepy manipulated photos are some of the best we’ve seen. His mastery of composition and use of atmosphere borders on supernatural.
The Rovio Wi-Fi Robot streams audio and video with its built-in camera, allowing you to control this via the Internet. Oh yeah: it’s got three omni-directional wheels and micro-GPS.
Steinway Lyngdorf’s Model D Speakers literally cost an arm and a leg, and are targeted towards (well-heeled) audio aficionados. Finishes include black lacquer, fine woods, gold and chrome.
The Lenovo ThinkPad W700 is a beast: it tips the scales at over 8 lbs. However, it’s the first laptop to have a built-in Wacom tablet. A 1GB Quadro card doesn’t hurt, either.
PatternTap.com is a boon to web designers; it compiles examples of common website parts (borders, comments, backgrounds). It’s a great place to get ideas and inspiration.
It’s the ultimate test-drive: Ferrari’s FXX program has chosen only three worthy (and stinkin’ rich) drivers to try out their 860hp V12 Evoluziones. There’s one in Europe and two in Hong Kong.
Dell has a slew of new laptops today; our favorite is the mainstream E6400, which hits the feature-to-size sweet spot with a 14.1″ display and up to 19 hours of battery life with SSD.
COSMIC MOTORS is a fantastic, albeit fictional look at spaceships and their totally smokin’ pilots. It’s written by Daniel Simon, who in real life has worked for Bugatti and Lamborghini.
Springfield Punx is a pet project of artist Dean Fraser; he does an amazing job creating Simpsons styled versions of popular superheroes and celebs. Our fave: The Dark Knight‘s Joker.
Fujifilm has released the FinePix S2000HD; the “HD” refers to the digital camera’s ability to record HD movies and widescreen stills. Other specs: 10 megapixels and 15x optical zoom.
Workaholics can take their iPhone swimming: the Amphibx Waterproof Armband protects your phone or mp3 player up to a depth of 12 feet. Two versions: medium or large.
For 2009, Audi’s RS6 sports sedan gets a twin-turbo V10 with 580 HP and 479 lb-ft, launching this all-wheel drive monster from 0-100 kph in 4.5 seconds. Available in mid-October.
Arthur Yung and Clemen Cheung’s Decode Clock reminds us of Ross McBride’s Normal watch: the hours are “encoded”, with the hollowed-out hour hand serving as a decryption key.
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