MSI is a name that many geeks will recognize for making some nice notebooks and netbooks. The company is always adding new gear to its line to try and part geeks from their dollars. The latest additions to the MSI family are the GX660 and GX660R.
Using LEDs to simulate an analog clock is kind of cool (although not as cool as say, a mechanical LED clock.) This clock mimics the hands of a traditional clock using rows upon rows of LEDs that are all wired together.
If you never managed to get that iPhone you wanted, or just plain love iPhones, why not get yourself the MyBrett, the cutting board that’s supposed to look like an iPhone. Actually at this size, it looks more like an iPad.
I have been a PC gamer for years now and the best thing I did this side of getting a really fast video card was upgrading to a 30-inch LCD years ago. There are few things better than gaming at 2560 x 1600.
Do you get pumped up at the thought of assembling your own PC? Do you regularly find yourself surrounded by circuit boards and the smell of solder? Do you adore Arduino? Then you’ll love Atelier Kurth’s Happy Covers, awesome pillow covers with electronic parts printed on them.
The PC version of Final Fantasy XIV will be released on September 30, so I wasn’t surprised when I learned that several FFXIV-themed peripherals were going to be released. But I was surprised by how ugly they look.
While the wait for Gran Turismo 5 is hasn’t yet approached Duke Nukem Forever proportions, we are getting kind of sick of waiting. Especially when Sony sneaks out fine looking video footage the likes of which they showed off at this week’s Tokyo Game Show.
Got 980 spare plastic soda bottle caps lying around? Why not do what this guy did and create some retro game art with ’em?
Over a period of 6 months, Instructables member skeplin gathered up a whole crapload of caps and made himself a giant Princess Peach mosaic with all of them.
There are some times when making a product look retro turns out really cool. Things like the new Ford Mustang and the Chevy Camaro are great examples of how designers can use cues from old products to make something new and cool.
I spent most of my younger years banned from touching my dad’s record player and collection of vinyl. I blame MTV for all the record scratching that was popular then for the death of my dad’s Thriller album.
These super-cute images of our favorite characters from Star Wars were created by James Hance. Why are they so cute? Well, Hance re-imagines Han Solo as Christopher Robin, Chewbacca as Pooh Bear, R2D2 as Piglet, and an AT-AT as Eeyore.
Upcoming Nintendo DS game Okamiden is the sequel to the cult classic Okami. It’s going to be a hit. Here’s why:
That’s Okamiden hero Chibiterasu, and he makes Pikachu look like a pee-stained pillow. Look at those chubby wubby feet.
Lots of people are sick of the “Keep Calm and Carry On” war poster meme, but if you’re not one of them then you might want to grab these posters made by Red Bubble member SevenHundred:
Nearly all of them refer to classic Nintendo games though, so if you wanted Keep Calm and BOOM!
If you need a place to juice up your Nintendo DSi or DSi LL (XL here in the states), you could plug in into that boring old AC adapter that came with your system – or you could do this…
The guys at Hori Japan have come out with this ridiculously gleeful Pikachu charging stand (translated) for Nintendo’s latest handheld systems.