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Tag: Expensive

Mark One 3D Printer Can Print with Carbon Fiber: Pencil 2.0

Mark One 3D Printer Can Print with Carbon Fiber: Pencil 2.0
We know that 3D printers can print objects out of plastic, food, animal tissue and metal. Now a company called Mark Forged claims that its upcoming Mark One 3D printer can print using carbon fiber, the wonder material known for its high strength-to-weight ratio and cool looks.

Avegant Glyph Beta Head-Mounted Display Doubles as Headphones: Music & Graphics

Avegant Glyph Beta Head-Mounted Display Doubles as Headphones: Music & Graphics
We first heard about Avegant’s Glyph retinal display a few months ago, which uses tiny mirrors and optics to reflect images directly to the user’s eyes instead of using conventional displays. Now in beta, the Glyph has a new trick: a headphone mode.

Assassin’s Creed Ring: Don’t Wear It

Assassin’s Creed Ring: Don’t Wear It
…or do wear it. I don’t know anymore. Ubisoft’s take on assassins morphed from a dude who was at least trying to be discreet to death-dealing mob lords and empire-building pirate captains. So a large ring marked with the Assassins’ symbol – why do they even have a symbol anyway?

Darth Vader and Son & Vader’s Little Princess Figurines: The Children Strike Back

Darth Vader and Son & Vader’s Little Princess Figurines: The Children Strike Back
Jeffrey Brown’s Darth Vader and Son and Vader’s Little Princess might be the cutest Star Wars retcon ever. The books feature a caring Anakin looking after Luke and Leia. Gentle Giant Ltd. is going to release a limited edition bundle of the two books, which will include adorable figurines of the Skywalkers.

CyberPowerPC Fang Battle Box: Rig in a Box

CyberPowerPC Fang Battle Box: Rig in a Box
Portable gaming computers are nothing new. Micro-ATX and Mini-ITX motherboards let you create relatively light and compact rigs, though often at the expense of hardware specs. In an attempt to come up with a perfect compromise between power and portability, CyberPowerPC decided to emulate a briefcase for its upcoming LAN-ready rig, the Fang Battle Box.

Bedjet Bed Heater & Fan: a Weird Appliance in the Streets but a Source of Heat in the Sheets

Bedjet Bed Heater & Fan: a Weird Appliance in the Streets but a Source of Heat in the Sheets
Do you find it hard to stay warm during winter even with the heater on? Well then I envy you, because it’s always hot and humid where I am. But Mark Aramli knows that feel bro, which is why he and his colleagues Scott Milligan and Shaun K.

Signal RP1 Full-size iOS Controller Fights Screen Smudge and Hand Cramps

Signal RP1 Full-size iOS Controller Fights Screen Smudge and Hand Cramps
SteelSeries opted to make their upcoming wireless iOS controller as small as possible, perhaps to keep it as portable as the devices it will pair with. A new company called Signal is taking a different route.

Griffin PowerMate Bluetooth for OS X: Twist & Scrub

Griffin PowerMate Bluetooth for OS X:  Twist & Scrub
According to Griffin, its PowerMate knob and button gained a “dedicated user base.” I don’t know whether that’s one thousand or one million users, but apparently that base is dedicated enough that Griffin was compelled to release an update to the PowerMate Bluetooth, which now connects to OS X 10.8+ computers via NFC.

SteelSeries Stratus Wireless Gaming Controller for iOS7: No Touching

SteelSeries Stratus Wireless Gaming Controller for iOS7:  No Touching
The first two iOS 7-compliant controllers extended the battery of your iPhone or iPod Touch. But they needed to connect to your device to work and were flat out incompatible with iPads. Enter SteelSeries with what seems to be the best iOS 7 controller yet, the Stratus Wireless Gaming Controller.

Linksys WRT 1900AC Router: The Blue and Black is Back

Linksys WRT 1900AC Router: The Blue and Black is Back
Today’s Linksys routers and networking devices are usually clad in black and silver. But the company’s most recognizable product wore blue and black: the WRT54G series router. First released in 2002, it was one of the first routers to be compatible with the 802.11g wireless standard and became Linksys’ bestselling product.

Philips 27″ Gaming Monitor with NVIDIA G-Sync Adjusts to your GPU: Refresh Prince

Philips 27″ Gaming Monitor with NVIDIA G-Sync Adjusts to your GPU: Refresh Prince
One of the many gadgets unveiled before the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) – really guys, if you keep preempting the show CES 2015 might as well be held this December – the 27″ Philips 272G5DYEB monitor is one of the first monitors to have NVIDIA G-Sync built-in.

Wonder Woman Ring: Put a Tiara on It

Wonder Woman Ring: Put a Tiara on It
Here’s one of the latest offerings from one of our favorite geeky jewelers, Paul Michael Bierker. It’s a ring that looks just like Wonder Woman’s tiara. It has five custom cut rubies and can be made from sterling silver, gold, palladium or platinum alloy.

Super Breakout Sweater: Casual Atari

Super Breakout Sweater: Casual Atari
Band of Outsiders released a line of Atari-themed apparel this Holiday season. The clothes might as well be adorned with pixel art or random colored blocks to younger gamers, but their dads and moms see cowboys, aliens and car chases there.

Amsterdam’s Canal Aqua: Bottled Canal Water Costs Almost $70 Per Bottle

Amsterdam’s Canal Aqua: Bottled Canal Water Costs Almost $70 Per Bottle
Amsterdam is known for a lot of things, including their scenic canals. The city’s Canal District is turning 400 this year, and the city is celebrating by selling bottles of water obtained from the canal.

Panono Panoramic Ball Camera: Spherefies

Panono Panoramic Ball Camera: Spherefies
A couple of years ago we saw an unusual camera. It looked like a ball and took 360° panoramic photos, like the ones on Google Street View but completely spherical. Jonas Pfeil and his co-inventors are now gearing up to mass produce the camera, which they’re now calling the Panono.

The $500 TV Dinner

The $500 TV Dinner
How much would you pay for a ready-to-eat dinner? Most people wouldn’t pay more than five or ten bucks, but this luxurious food platter by Chef Charlie Bigham might just convince a couple of folks to change their minds – and their perceptions – of what TV dinners are.