Inventors sure seem to have a lot of time on their hands in Japan. Take for instance, this wacky gadget, that’s sole purpose is to carry around a single doughnut.
Yep. The appropriately monikered Doughnut To-Go does one thing, and one thing well – it carries your doughnut (or donut if you prefer).
Fresh off the streets of China comes another no-name tablet that looks curiously like Apple’s iPad.
From the sleek aluminum case, to the exact same 9.7-inch display found in the iPad, to the single round navigation button, this clone sure looks like the device it’s trying so hard to copy.
One of my favorite movies as a kid was TRON. I loved that movie and I am going to see the new 3D one as soon as the film hits theaters. If you like 3D movies, but you have a hard time with the ugly and uncomfortable 3D glasses they give you at the theater, Oakley has some sweet 3D glasses for you.
Ah, aromatherapy. I’ve always meant to try it on my laptop. Not really. But thanks to Brando, I can do so now with this handy USB Flower Aroma Diffuser with Light. Thanks guys!
At first glance, this is just another USB light.
This pumpkin with a face carved using a Glock and a slew of .40 caliber lead brings back memories. I had a poster in my room in college that was of the Brady Bunch. Before you laugh, let me say that it was the coolest poster of those weird ass people ever.
Any computer user eventually needs a USB hub for one reason or another. It might be that your machine only had a few USB ports and you are out, or you may just need to get some ports further from your computer and a hub and long cable works well for that.
Halloween is almost upon us, and the tech geeks aren’t above trying to make Jack-o-lanterns scarier – or at least geekier. How about this? Installing a 70-LED matrix into a Jack-o-lantern to scare people away with blinking lights.
Is there a bust more badass than this? The original Darth Vader looks like he’s part Predator:
The 8-inch, 10 lb. bronze bust is made by Gentle Giant Studios to commemorate the original version of the Sith for all seasons, as drawn by Star Wars concept artist Ralph McQuarrie.
Despite being one of the few RPG heroes who dress normally, Ness’ costume is apparently not that easy to copy. So say the folks at Fangamer, who after being frustrated for so long about the lack of an authentic-looking Ness costume – i.e.
Looking for a fun way to waste the next 20 seconds of your life? Then head on over to this strange Japanese website which basically turns itself into a giant first-person Pac-Man when you click the giant power pill.
While this Zelda-inspired t-shirt hasn’t yet been made yet, I’m really hoping that this design does get produced.
This absolutely perfect Link-inspired t-shirt design was submitted by unwohltaeter over on Threadless, and if you vote for it enough, it could get made into an actual shirt you could be wearing to your next geeky outing.
Worn by a serious StarCraft Ghost fan at this year’s BlizzCon, this incredible costume would look great, even if there weren’t a smokin’ hot girl wearing it – but that certainly doesn’t hurt.
The costume features illuminated armor made from football pads, along with an accompanying bad-ass prop gun, crafted from what looks like a highly-modified NERF weapon.
I am not one of the drivers that tend to habitually speed so I don’t keep a radar detector in my car. My dad on the other hand has a radar detector he has used for years and each time I am in the car with him the thing drives me crazy beeping for no reason.
I have played my share of pinball in my day. I used to frequent the machines as a kid in-between rounds of Pac-Man. I had a full size old school arcade pinball machine in my room as a kid and loved it, though the thing was crazy loud.