If there’s one thing that’s for sure, it’s that you can find some really odd stuff if you dig around deep enough over on Etsy. For instance, while I was searching for some zombie-related items, I came across this monstrosity.
Sure, I like Diesel, but I never thought I’d see them make headphones. That’s probably one reason why Monster, whose widely-publicized split from Beats, provided the technical know-how to help make these. I’ll give the VEKTR Headphones one thing: they look unique.
At the beginning of the year, there were rumors that Dr. Dre and Monster were going to split ways. Since then, Monster announced that it would no longer be producing Beats headphones and started marketing their own branded ones.
Here’s another iPad case that you can add to your growing collection (that most likely already includes the French Cover and the Moshi iGlaze iPad VersaCover): the Cyclops iPad case. It basically plays up the iPad’s design, since the ‘eye’ of Cyclops in this case is your iPad’s camera.
There are a lot of huge monsters that I would like to meet in real life, just because they are cool, but the Rancor from Return of the Jedi is not one of them. The Rancor will tear you limb from limb and pick the meat out of it’s teeth with your bones.
If this robot snake looks prehistoric to you, that’s because it is modeled after the actual prehistoric snake that shares the same name: Titanoboa. This 50-foot giant weighs over 2,000-pounds and yes it slithers around, making humans run.
I love Kickstarter. It’s a great place for new and innovative ideas to get off the ground when they might have never made it in conventional start-ups. I’m not quite sure this is one of those great ideas, but it sure made me chuckle – and for that, it deserves a post.
While I don’t think that these would go well with a business suit, these cases from Case-Mate are quite unique. These iPhone 4 cases will set your phone apart from all of the rest, and that can be good or bad.
When gadgets get very small, they get pretty darn cool, but the size can also be a problem for people who tend to lose stuff. This is why these Mix Monsters iPod Shuffle 4G cases from Fred & Friends come into play.
Monster has a huge range of hardware and gear that it offers for music lovers. You can get all sorts of expensive cables and headphones. Monster makes gear for listening to audio in your car too, and the latest car product is the iMotion CarPlay 3000.
I am pretty sure that Monster, known for its cabling and audio gear, coined the name to describe the price tag of its offerings. The place is far from where you shop for bargains – especially when it comes to cable prices – but they do peddle some pretty cool gear.
This unusual new game from Sony puts you in the role of a giant beast, roaming through town, stomping on buildings, and yes, eating citizens. Yum.
With a name like Eat Them!, would you expect anything less?
Meet the Microsoft Surface Monster. He’s half-real, half-virtual, 100% adorable.
As you may have guessed, the monster was made specifically for the Surface, Microsoft’s super multitouch tabletop computer. Right now the monster can’t do much besides suck bubbles up its butt (and poop them out if its eye is poked), but it does a good job of illustrating the level of interactivity that’s possible with the Surface.