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Although this trailer starts off the same as the Halo 3 Recon teaser we ran earlier, this longer version shows a Spartan hiding from Covenant forces; the expansion won’t be out until Fall ’09.
Quiksilver’s Check Up Wallet is part 80s style graphics and part 1950s malt shop; this bifold is both screened and embossed, with a metal fleur-de-lis detail on the front.
No financial meltdown here: Continental’s Nokia E71 is clad in 24 karat gold and is available in white and black varieties; the extra filthy rich can opt for the platinum finished version.
Sick of the moon, with its craters and… moonliness? This Moon Hater Death Ray is a supersized version of Weta’s Blunderbuss, with a sweet steampunk design that will send Luna packin’.
Your voyeuristic proclivities will run wild with the remote controlled ATV-360; a pair of LCD glasses receives wireless video and audio from the tank, with treads to climb over obstacles.
Will Urbina’s Cinematograph HD case mod is video editing with zero compromises; it includes two 22″ displays, 5 hard drives and 10W stereo speakers. At 82 lbs, it’s just barely portable.
Ancient artifacts of incredible power and gigantic swords: yup, The Last Remnant has Square written all over it, but judging from this cool cinematic trailer we’re gonna buy it anyway.
Co-branding is often lame, but we’re digging this Gears of War x Globe shoe. Based on Globe’s Fusion tech skating kicks, it features a triple-layered toe cap and hidden lacing option.
Available at Neiman Marcus: the 2009 Confederate Fighter is a real motorcycle with sci-fi looks; made from titanium, carbon fiber and aluminum, it packs a 1966cc radial twin engine.
Augmented Space is a public video piece with shapes by Pablo Valbuena, projected onto the city hall of The Hague, Netherlands; it seamlessly blends reality with art.
New to Razer’s 1ms response time gaming keyboards: the Lycosa Mirror is a glossy version of their backlit Lycosa, while the Arctosa loses the backlighting but is more affordable.
If you’re hankering for old-school surfer culture (or station wagons), Vestal’s ultra-wide Saint Watches feature a wood-grained backdrop; they’re available in light brown and dark brown.
Although named HAL and created by Cyberdyne, this cyborg suit is designed to help: it amplifies the strength of the elderly and disabled, and can be rented. Thank you, Sonic!
The Motorola VU30 Rapture is a bit of a hybrid cellphone; it’s a clamshell yet still packs a touch sensitive screen and turn-by-turn GPS via Verizon’s proprietary Navigator service.
With the help of some of the same folks who created Warcraft III’s DotA, League of Legends is a stand alone game focused around hero units that fight with other players in tournaments.
Still in its experimental stages, the Rocket Racing League is a futuristic dream come true, with rocket-propelled planes racing through a closed circuit racetrack in the sky.
Sony’s CDX-H910UI is a splash-proof headunit, and is the first to work with iPods or iPhones via a USB port; part of their Marine line, you’ll of course need a boat for this to be useful.
A true snorkel parka is warmer, but Timberland’s Benton Short Snorkel Jacket is street-styled yet protective, with a waterproof coating, faux-fur trim and 200g of polyfill for warmth.
Little Big Planet may be annoyingly cute, but this amazing calculator shows off its engineering potential: it’s made with 610 switches, 500 wires and 430 pistons. Thanks, Devand!
Rugged yet minimalist, Logitech’s KINETIC briefcase features a PU/EVA exo-shell and ballistic nylon; it sports three distinct compartments and holds most 15.4″ laptops (or a 17″ MacBook Pro).
Have you ever wanted to do more than simply design for clients? The Design Entrepreneur is filled with stories of individuals who took their art and turned it into products.
In celebration of Honda’s 60th anniversary, this V4 sportbike concept is a peek into the near future and is based around a V4 motor; we’re most intrigued by those funky hubless wheels.
Atelier LaDurance continues its line of WWII-style apparel with their Royston Slim Jeans, co-released with Oki-Ni. Made with Japanese selvedge denim, it includes a bullet repair kit.
Get your official The Sopranos wine, made by with several Italian wineries and affordably priced between $15-$34. Each is tied to a specific character, e.g. Tony’s Chianti.
Made by Sleek Audio, Kleer is a wireless transmitter that hooks up to their existing SA6 headphones; if the batteries run out, simply remove it and hook the SA6 back to its original cable.
More tilt-shifting: The Little People is a collection of photographs with miniature figures in often comedic (and occasionally macabre) situations throughout London, by Slinkachu.
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