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Yup, you read it right–this hip 13″ laptop sleeve is a collab between Arkitip, Incase and street artist KAWS’s Original Fake. The sleeve is debossed with an OF design and is softly padded inside.
Razer’s Megalodon headset sounds like a dino because of its ginormous features: 7.1 channel surround sound, fine-grain sound tweaking, 200 mW output and cushions throughout.
We like the Halex Wireless Phantom Dartboard’s detachable scoring unit; mount it to a portable display stand to keep track of scores from the toe line. Handles both soft and steel tip darts.
Sony has officially announced the PSP-3000, to be released on October 14th. Improvements include a glare reducing transflective screen, built-in mic and new PS button.
The Stars Above is an inverted, semi-transparent 14″ globe that displays the major stars and the Milky Way. A calendar around its circumference makes this useful year round.
Leaked twice over, Palm inadvertently launched the Treo Pro Tuesday. The new Treo will be the first to get tri-band 3G (HSDPA). We like the simplified design and flush touchscreen, as well.
This latest trailer delves deeper into the post apocalyptic wasteland setting of Resident Evil 5 (Xbox 360, PS3), due out March 2009. Think Mad Max meets MGS4 meets Tomb Raider.
The Vestal Plexi: Acetate watch is so named for its unusual acetate band, formed from the same material used in Italian designer sunglasses. We also dig the simple, retro style face.
Universal Remote recently unveiled the Complete Control MX-880, which boasts a 2″ color LCD and the ability to use your own graphics. It’s also PC programmable and supports both RF and IR.
The Cockroach Artist Series is a collaboration between Zoo York and five renowned NYC artists. The subject: New York’s most infamous (yet resilient) resident, the roach.
Rolled out recently at Pebble Beach, Volkswagen’s CC Gold Coast Edition gets a special “tri-coat” of paint with gold, brown and silver tones, 19″ propeller rims and a ground effects package.
Jamungo’s iconic Sqube combines the best of both worlds, with a skull-motif and straight, rectilinear design. A recessed, cubical notch allows you to interlock multiple Squbes.
The Archos 5 is not quite a laptop or a media player. It sports a 4.8″ touch screen, wi-fi, and doubles as a DVR; the Archos 5g connects to cellphone data networks with a 3.5G antenna.
Steelcase’s Airtouch is a height-adjustable desk, ideal for users with ergonomic needs. It can elevate from sitting to standing position in 1 second, yet requires no electricity.
The latest version of Logitech’s Wave keyboard should be out in a few days. The keyboard curves both vertically and horizontally to more naturally align itself with wrists and arms.
You won’t really get the CMYK? t-shirt unless you’re a graphic designer or artist, but those in the know will appreciate its subtle humor and sharp design; pay attention to the question mark.
Reebok’s Dime Dropper sneakers have a sleek, organic design with mid-cut flap for stability. It’s also supportive inside, with foam cushioning and a removable sockliner for orthotics.
Designed by Alessandro Beda and Mathias Koehler, “Little Robots” are described as “geek toys” and contain floating organs; they look about 3.5″-4″ tall. Super cool, but just concepts for now.
That’s no moon: this tongue-in-cheek video blends real footage of San Franciscans going about their daily business with the Death Star, Tiberian Shuttles and Star Destroyers.
You’d be half right if you think “Brunopasso” sounds like an Italian supercar: designer Tadahito Ishibashi’s espresso machine sports race-inspired gauges and a sexy, sinuous design.
Nokia has released the Carbon Arte, an ultra-premium version of their popular 3G 8800 slider phone. The bulk of the cost: carbon fiber, polished glass, titanium and stainless steel.
The trailer above for Star Wars: The Force Unleashed makes being bad look oh-so fun. You won’t have to wait long: on 8/23, PS3 and Xbox360 owners can get the demo.
You can’t dog Skwak for being honest: his Throw Up t-shirt lives up to its name, with a truly massive glut of magenta, blue, and yellow monsters on a dark tee. Vomit never looked so cool.
Using a radio-controlled E-Flite Blade 400, retired marine and present-day UAV consultant Dave Herbert gives a new meaning to “fly fishing” with the video above. Warning: circus music.
Much like Johnnie Walker’s F1 whisky, the super-lux RM 011 Felipe Massa Special Edition by Richard Mille celebrates the world’s first F1 night race in Singapore; only 50 will be made.
Victorinox’s SwissFlash is a gadgety take on its popular Swiss Army Knives, but drops the cutlery and replaces them with a 16 GB flash drive, LED flashlight and ball point pen.
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