This new audio system from Denon is loaded with just about every feature you’d ever want in compact stereo. The Denon S-52 combines a radio, CD player, iPod Dock and wireless audio streaming in a single box.
Check out this toasty Space Invaders scarf I stumbled on earlier today. The arcade-inspired wool scarf would make a great gift this holiday season for the video game fanatic on your list (assuming they’ve already got a Space Invaders sweater in the closet).
Who says a traditional dial is the only way to display the time on an analog clock? This new timekeeper deconstructs hours, minutes and seconds onto separate clock faces.
The minimal Just a Moment clock from Israel’s Reddish Studio does away with convention, breaking time into its most basic raw elements.
This could very well be the best home arcade cabinet of all time. Not only does it include a fully decked-out arcade emulation system, complete with real arcade controls, it also happens to have a kegerator built in.
This custom made toy by artist/sculptor Doktor A is a wondrous tribute to the classic arcade game, Pac-Man.
The one-of-a-kind sculptural toy is entitled “The Secret History of Video Games: Pac Gentleman”. It almost reads like a steampunk version of the 1980s dot-muncher, what with its crank-driven game play and wooden and metallic accents.
This amazing laptop creation by Datamancer beautifully melds old world style with modern technology. Under the hood of this lovingly handcrafted wood case is a Hewlett-Packard ZT1000 notebook computer, running Windows XP and Ubuntu Linux.
The system features intricate clock mechanisms below a glass top, brass details, leather wrist pads and even claw feet.
According to this ad circular that’s floating around the web, your friendly neighborhood Wal-Mart will be flooding the market with super discounted Toshiba high definition DVD players.
After dropping the price on Toshiba’s HD-A2 HD DVD player to $199, there’s now an ad that shows an unbelievable price of $98.87.