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Nada”One’s KID666 is now available; these demons with altered Adidas sneakers are sold in batches of 30; so-called secret versions of 13 come with a limited edition drawing.
Filled with gorgeous retro-style graphics, Gravitron 2 is a literal blast from the past. Kind of like asteroids with gravity, it’s available for a five-spot; you can try out the demo here.
Coming this November: Gamepark’s GP2X Wiz is a Linux-based handheld game console (read: emulator); we’re digging the OLED touchscreen and 533 MHz 3D accelerator.
The Kata Sensitivity V’s two compartments can hold both a laptop and a DSLR, or be merged into one space. It’s rugged, with rubber bumpers and tear- and water-resistant fabric.
It’s not quite Monday Night, but you can catch Sunday Night Football with Madden and Co. for free online; now if they could only get Frank Caliendo in on the action, we’d be good.
Above is a fantastic skateboarding video shot with a Red One Camera; it’s cheaper than professional cameras but will still set you back $17.5k for the body alone.
Logitech’s MX 1100 mouse may not have the cachet of its Revolution series, but its features are top notch: fast scrolling, DPI switching and great ergonomics make this a must-buy.
Walkie Talkie’s tees remind us of the low-key styling of Ugmonk, with a dash of tongue-in-cheek humor. The simple, good-looking designs are screen printed by hand on AA t-shirts.
Nike’s Zoom LeBron VIs look amazing without being flashy; Zoom Air cushions make them lightweight yet supportive, with a full-length unit in the midsole and double stacked heel.
Jake von Slatt is one of the better-known steampunk artists; above, Wired interviews him. Datamancer has actually taken von Slatt’s idea and sells Mac and PC steampunk keyboards.
The French really know how to put on a show: this gigantic 50′ spider is the work of La Machine; it’s currently running amok in Liverpool with its many operators at the helm.
OSIM’s uSpace is a high-tech massage chair with mood-lighting and music synchronized to your sleep states. It’s for relaxing, but we’d like to see one just for gamers.
Calling the Tabbert Paganini RV a mere winnebago just seems wrong; with race-inspired lines, this 28-foot “caravan” includes LED lighting, an upscale kitchen and built-in shower.
So named because of its ability to boil two cups of water in two minutes with half the fuel, the Jetboil Personal Cooking System is portable and light, ideal for outdoor enthusiasts.
Stormpulse is a visual web app that lets you keep track of storms and hurricanes brewing in the Atlantic. It forecasts direction and wind speed, but also shows historical storms.
LG has unveiled the KC910 Renoir, a sleek successor to its Viewty cellphone. It sports a spacious 3″ touchscreen, 8 megapixel camera and 3G HSDPA; it’ll be available 10/08.
While Warner Bros’ much-anticipated movie is stuck in legal limbo due to a lawsuit, tide yourself over with this special hardcover edition of Watchmen, available 11/11.
Talk about markup: New York’s Rose Club is charging $2,500 a shot for Remy Martin’s Louis XIII Black Pearl cognac; you can save a bit if you buy the whole bottle here for only $32k.
Can-Am’s Spyder Roadster is a road-approved three-wheeled motorcycle. It’s available in the US and Canada through numerous dealers, and sports a 106 hp, 990cc V-twin engine.
Clint Hawking, Far Cry 2 Creative Director, talks shop (above) about immersion. We like the idea: little details like getting into and out of vehicles help to boost realism.
This is one deck you won’t thrash: DolceQ’s sexy skateboards are actually printed by Deckpeck. They allow artists to create their own custom decks and wheels as well as sell them.
The venerable boombox sticks around another year, this time with Sharp’s 250-watt CD-DK890N and CD-DK891N systems. They come with a 5-disc changer and iPod Dock.
Kind of like an old MTV video with tye dye thrown in, this Satellite t-shirt by Sentimental Soy Cheese (yes, that’s really their name) is a cool all-over piece that’s definitely different.
Recently announced at CEDIA, the Sony JS is a value-priced all-in-one PC; it’s got a 20.1″ XBRITE screen and 3.0 GHz Core 2 Duo CPU; optional: BD-ROM and up to 4 GB RAM.
You’ve likely seen his art or imitations of it; Chuck Anderson, aka NoPattern, is only 23 yet has already worked for clients that include Burton, Reebok, Microsoft and Absolut.
While $425 seems like a lot for a pair of shoes, the AF-X Pack (a collab between Nike and Stash) includes a backpack, laptop sleeve, gadget pouch, phone case as well as AF-X Mids.
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