I’m not a big Star Wars nut, but I would gladly hand over my money for these awesome Star Wars hoodies by Marc Ecko. I want all of them. Here are some of the designs:
That’s the Vader hoodie ($100 (USD)) together with the X Wing Pilot hoodie ($150).
The Chocolate Mouse belongs to a rare class of objects, with seemingly sensible names that turn out to be doubly stupid. Like the English sparrow, which is neither a sparrow nor English, but merely an Average Bird.
Back in 2007 Optoma released the HD80 1080p projector. It’s initial price was a whopping $3,000 (USD), but actually it was one of the cheapest in its class. Think about that for a moment. Now think of the quality and size of a $1,000 HDTV nowadays.
When we love someone or something, we tend to overlook its flaws and shortcomings, and we say to ourselves that these flaws and shortcomings are just part of the person or the object that we love, they’re included in the package, even though we could mine these flaws and shortcomings for comic material, thus putting them to good use.
Hey there Mom! Does your husband always seem to forget that the floor of your house isn’t his clothes hamper? Do your kids always mistake Coke for milk? Is your uncle senile? The Jenda Voice Calendar can help!
The Master Chief MIMOBOT isn’t a towering 7-footer with a 700 lb. armor like his video game counterpart, but he can store data. Like, up to 8 GB. And he has a huge head.
As you can see, Blue and Red Spartans have also enlisted to protect your spreadsheets and documents.
We’ve already featured a talking translator before, but it looked intimidating and/or boring. Not the Trinvo. It’s a hip and handy talking translator equipped with the very original “navigational wheel.” Wherever you go, people will surely want to talk to you if only to ask what that gadget is that you’re holding.
anythingbutipod’s Andreas Ødegård recently reviewed FiiO’s PS1110 Walkbox, a portable speaker. The Walkbox turns out to be a good deal, churning out surprisingly loud sounds in such a small package while still being cheap. As in Chinese product cheap.
The Hunt and Peck Keyboard sports an alternative layout, one that has the letters arranged alphabetically. You can toggle between the traditional QWERTY layout and the “logical” ABCDE layout with the press of a button. The function keys are also mapped to type in commonly used abbreviations like ASAP and IMO.
Hitachi’s data storage brand SimpleTech wants a piece of the tree-hugging techie market, so they’ve come up with the [re]Drive, a 500GB external hard drive that’s packaged in recyclable aluminum, and “renewable, naturally grown bamboo.” Are we making test tube bamboos now?
I was digging around the deep recesses of Flickr earlier today, when I came across a picture of what could be one of the greatest video game console oddities of all time.
Apparently, this Rambo TV Game console came out at some point back in the 1990s.
Although they’re nearly twice as expensive as traditional rechargeable batteries, the USBCell from Moixa Energy can be recharged via USB, so if you keep your computer on most of the day, might as well use those extra USB ports to charge the batteries instead of spending extra for a battery charger.
By the power of (a) gray(?) skull… you can call your friends! Brando’s Thriller Skull Phone has flashing blue LEDs to complete it’s pseudo-scary theme. The handset is the middle third of the skull’s face, but it looks like you’ll have no problem picking it up because of the grooves that the eye sockets make.
While Pac-Man and his family keeps on lapping up the praise – and coins – of gamers around the world, his brother Stap-Man has largely gone unnoticed, even though he’s actually useful. Stap-Man has spent countless hours helping the cubicle-inhabiting man, the equally unsung heroes of the modern era.
If the only design on your consoles are dust and fingerprints, you might want to check out Etsy shop NoveltyGallery and their vinyl skins for various game systems. Unfortunately there are no video game-themed skins; most of them are abstract, floral, or child-friendly designs.