Pinnacle’s PCTV HD mini Stick is the smallest HDTV tuner on the market and connects via USB. It comes with a TV antenna, remote and PVR software, with versions for the PC and Mac.
Check out these sweet silkscreen posters by Hydro74; they’re actually an uncut promo print that includes nine of his favorite illustrations on 14″x21″ French Paper. Limited to 40.
Like the Lexus IS, the 2009 Audi A3 gets a minor facelift with a revised front bumper, grille, headlights and turn signals in the side mirrors. The 2.0L model also gets quattro AWD.
Classic yet industrial, we like the gear-shaped face of Bulgari’s Professional Aria GMT watch. Nice attention to detail: the world map in the background is centered on Greenwich, England.
BlackBerry fans rejoice: RIM’s Pearl Flip 8220 (formerly Kickstart) will be available to T-Mobile customers this fall. It’s a quad-band 3G phone with a 320×240 display and Wi-Fi.
First there were his Minigods, and now Marka27’s hitting us again with his Killa Instinct Vinyls. You can preorder this 10″ figure, which comes with a bolt cutter, gas mask and spray can.
Temporary graffiti isn’t so bad: Jaybo aka Monk recently “painted” the Berliner Dom in Germany with a sea of cartoon hands; it was powered with Skudi Optics projectors.
The Sony Alpha DSLR-A900’s chief bragging point is a 24.6MP 35 mm full-frame CMOS sensor. However, CNET reports that noise seems to be above average at high ISOs.
We’ve seen Justin Buonvino’s 3D Super Mario Bros. scene before, but we had no idea he’d created more. He’s got over a dozen here, including scenes from Duck Hunt and Excitebike.
For the feudal warlord in all of us: this original 16th century Japanese Dragon Armor Helmet (Kabuto) is made with riveted plates of iron and is signed by the blacksmith on the back.
The movie above was filmed at NASA’s Space Sciences Laboratory at Berkeley; Ruth Jarman and Joe Gerhardt have turned magnetism into a visual and auditory feast for the eyes.
It’s not as lux as the bespoke Opus Football, but the Diamond Plate Foosball table is still extra swank with diamond plate accents and a built-in MP3 player dock with speakers.
Hot on the heels of the new iPod Nano and Touch, Apple has released iTunes 8. Its biggest feature: Genius creates songs based on a single song choice; you can also sort by cover art.
Microsoft’s Explorer Mouse features BlueTrack, a blue laser that works on previously unmousable surfaces such as carpet and marble. It’s also available in a smaller Mini version.
Rugged on the outside but packed with pockets inside, Booq’s Vyper Exo is waterproof and made from semi-rigid ballistic nylon. It opens 180 degrees and at 4 lbs. is lighter than it looks.
In collaboration with Addict, graphic artist Mitch’s Biker Scout tee is part of his Icons Series. It’s a tribute to one of his role models, legendary Star Wars illustrator Ralph McQuarrie.
It’s just a bit cheesy and reminds us of a flashing banner ad, but the E-Ink cover on Esquire’s 25th anniversary issue is a technological milestone. Click here to see it taken apart.
If the 2009 YZF-R1 is out of your budget, Yamaha’s 2009 FZ6R comes in at a more affordable $7k; it’s an upright bike but still sporty with a 78bhp engine; the seat is adjustable.
Apple’s iPod Touch gets a mild makeover, with a thinner, more contoured design and an external volume control. It will also get a built-in speaker and come standard with Nike + iPod.
With Porsche cashing in on home gadgets, it’s not too surprising to see this Bugatti Volo Toaster. Even with 930 watts you’re paying mostly for style, but there’s no denying its sexy looks.
The attention to detail on these hand-crafted, glass-topped Alien coffee tables (#1, #2) is stunning: they’re made from car and bike parts, tools, and other scavenged metal pieces.
Senior Computer Club brings back happy memories of dual floppy drives and baud; it sports a TRS-80 Model III (or 4?) and comes in an AA tee, but we definitely prefer the snazzy polo.
If you need inspiration, Fubiz has an excellent post up with 70 creatively designed business cards, with everything from smoked plastic and metal cutouts to wood tokens.
Northwave’s Lizard Cycling Shoes are ideal for cross country and mountain bikers; their aptly-named “Jaws” soles have great grip, while triple velcro straps maximize support.
Apple’s new Ipod Nano returns to its candybar roots and is the thinnest iPod ever. Made with curved aluminum, you can shake it to shuffle; it will come in a rainbow of nine colors.
Yamaha released a slew of bikes yesterday, but we’re most excited by the 2009 Yamaha R1: it uses a big bang engine, which gets an inline four’s power and a v-twin’s traction.
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