Go Miniman Go!

Go Miniman Go!

The above video celebrates the 30th anniversary of the iconic Lego Miniman; it’s even available in 3D. We didn’t know he even had a name; that being said, Go, Miniman, Go!

Jatur Reversible Jacket

Jatur Reversible Jacket

Reversible jackets are always cool since we feel like we’re getting a two-fer; Diesel’s Jatur Jacket has a black quilt-like on one side and a cool striped slate chain-link motif on the other.

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Dirtsurfer Freestyle BMX

Dirtsurfer Freestyle BMX

The Dirtsurfer Freestyle BMX is a hybrid skateboard and bike. Like a bike, it’s more stable at speed; unlike a skateboard, it can handle all sorts of terrain with its 16″ tires.

Telescoping Ladder

Telescoping Ladder

It ain’t called The World’s Handiest Ladder for nothing — this 12′ telescoping ladder can retract to the size of a small suitcase, making it extremely portable. It supports up to 250 lbs.

Tokyoflash Rogue Watch

Tokyoflash Rogue Watch

The blogosphere is abuzz about Tokyoflash’s Rogue watch, which features a green Matrix meets Mass Effect LED display and a sleek silver or black stainless steel strap.

The Residents Vinyls

The Residents Vinyls

The Residents is a set of vinyls by Steven Cerio, named after an avant-garde band of the same name. There are only 100 available, ranging from painted to glow in the dark.

HTC S740

HTC S740

If there’s one thing the HTC S740 isn’t lacking, it’s buttons. The cellphone borrows heavily from the HTC Touch Diamond, albeit with a slide-out keyboard; it will run Windows Mobile 6.1.

Alfa Romeo 8C Spider

Alfa Romeo 8C Spider

Limited to only 500 cars, the Alfa Romeo 8C Spider is based on the 8C Competizione. It tops out at 180 mph and is fitted with a fabric top and Brembo carbon ceramic brakes.

Trailer: Quantum of Solace

Trailer: Quantum of Solace

Above is the latest trailer for James Bond film Quantum of Solace, sequel to the successful Casino Royale. The plot is centered on a coup d’etat and promises more gadgets.

Squishi Bat Tee

Squishi Bat Tee

It’s a vampire bat vomiting ghosts, with lightning bolts and speech bubbles. And, it’s pink. The description is unpalatable, but we’re smitten bitten by Keeley Carrigan’s Bat t-shirt.

Nokia N96

Nokia N96

The Nokia N96 slider cellphone will arrive in the US 4Q 2008; it will be able to handle US 3G networks. Unfortunately, no carrier will pick it up, meaning you’ll have to foot the bill.

GOCE Satellite

GOCE Satellite

Real space vehicles generally pale next to their sci-fi counterparts. The ESA’s Ocean Circulation Explorer satellite (or GOCE) bucks the trend; hell, this baby comes with wings!

Dom Perignon Jeroboam

Dom Perignon Jeroboam

Dom Perignon’s Vintage 1995 champagne is wrapped in white gold and is the world’s most expensive jeroboam (3 liter bottle), coming in at a hefty $17k. Available in Singapore.

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Dicoco High Tops

Dicoco High Tops

Creative Rec gets us again with these military-themed Dicoco high top shoes; olive and black = awesome. Double velco tabs, laser etched logos, and green perforated leather inlays.

Navigon 7200T

Navigon 7200T

Navigon’s latest 7200T is a portable GPS navigation unit, available this October. The major upgrade is to the software, which includes 3D views and free real-time traffic for life.

Olympus 1050 SW

Olympus 1050 SW

The Olympus 1050 SW ain’t built for looks, but this camera will serve you well: its rugged body can be dropped from 5 feet, dunked in 10 feet of water and will still function at -14 degrees F.

Iron Man Mark III

Iron Man Mark III

Hot Toys’ Iron Man Mark III reads like an ultimate action figure wishlist: 36 articulation points, sleek metallic paint, and 3 swappable hands. Sweet: the eyes, heart and repulsor hand light up.

Trailer: Transporter 3

Trailer: Transporter 3

Above is the first English language trailer for the upcoming Transporter 3. As usual, there’s plenty of Audi chase scene goodness; there’s even a bit of impromptu BMX biking near the end.

Kama Dyvan

Kama Dyvan

Outdoor seating doesn’t always have to be teak or cheap plastic; Egoparis’ aluminum and vinyl Kama Dyvan has a slick modular design that allows for multiple seating configurations.

Fairlady Z Concept

Fairlady Z Concept

We love the refined lines of this Fairlady Z concept by automotive graphics expert Jacek of Iacoski Design. It’s a tasteful blend of the original Nissan 240Z, the current 350Z and recent GT-R.

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Photos: Symmetry Explorer

Photos: Symmetry Explorer

Symmetry Explorer is a Flickr mashup that takes images (based on any search term) and arbitrarily reflects them on the fly. Above is our super bendy MacBook Air.

HD3 Vulcania Watch

HD3 Vulcania Watch

The HD3 Vulcania is a maritime themed watch with multiple “portholes” for hours and minutes; it even has a unique gyrotourbillon and a power indicator that resembles a sextant.

CVT i3101 iPod Dock

CVT i3101 iPod Dock

There are plenty of other iPod/iPhone docks, but the CVT i3101’s wall-mounted form factor scores major style points. Also cool: FM radio; alarm clock; reads USB drives and SD flash cards.

Adidas Ciero Mids

Adidas Ciero Mids

These two-toned Adidas Ciero Mids have a good looking, low key aesthetic that stops short of casual. The suede upper mixed with tonal mesh panels gives these shoes an extra kick.

Video: Furby Gurdy

Video: Furby Gurdy

Furby Gurdy is a twisted take on a medieval noisemaker known as a hurdy gurdy. Twisting a hand-crank forms and breaks circuits; the result … well, just watch the video above.

Warrior Alien Vinyl

Warrior Alien Vinyl

This Warrior Alien (from the movie Aliens) will be released by Medicom Toys this November. The vinyl figure are a little more cartoony but still plenty menacing: we loves it.

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