So my recent journey with the HP TouchSmart 600 PC is coming to an end. But before I call it a wrap, I thought I’d share with you how the TouchSmart handles itself as a music playback and management system.
The guys over at LEGO-fan site Brothers Brick came across these new LEGO sets based on this Summer’s much-anticipated Prince of Persia: Sands of Time motion picture.
The three sets range from a modest 258 piece kit for $29.99 (USD), all the way up to an enormous 821 piece set called the “Battle of Almut,” priced at $79.99.
As I mentioned the other day, I’ve been spending the last couple of weeks using the HP TouchSmart 600 PC as a standalone entertainment system. In the first part of this story, I shared my experiences with the TouchSmart’s HDTV and DVR capabilities.
Between you and me, Tron was a great movie. I really liked it. Unlike some movies, it stands the test of time pretty well. When I recently watched it again, and I wasn’t disappointed. Today, a new Tron Legacy trailer was leaked on the internet in full HD.
Horror news website Bloody Disgusting “received word that Warner Bros. Pictures has been looking to redo Mortal Kombat“. I was a die-hard fan of the first game, simply because it was so ridiculous. I didn’t like the movie though, as young and devoid of standards as I was back then.
Need some additional storage for your computer? Then you might want to check out these wacky hard drives, fashioned out of old VHS tapes. Sure, VHS tape tech is definitely obsolete, but aren’t hard drives on their way out too?
One designer from Copenhagen decided that he’d want his own Avatar after watching James Cameron’s epic film.
Peter Ammentorp Lund is a creative art director and just used his digital photo manipulation skills to create this effect.
No, it’s not Christian Bale rapping, thank god. It’s the work of the satirical and parodistic folks at the Key of Awesome, and they do have valid questions. Plus the characters’ voices were spot on.
Still, some of you may be tempted to ask: Plot holes?
Entertainment Earth is selling a Star Trek: The Motion Picture phaser replica, an affordable yet fun gift for Trekkie fans. Or kids, because they’re bound to like anything that lights up and goes pew pew. The replica is based on production blueprints of the movie prop and uses sound effects from the movie as well.
Transformers fans, don’t miss the chance to grab the limited edition Autobot logo flash drive! Each flash drive comes in a special tin case and can carry up to 4 GB of data! The flash drive itself is in the logo’s forehead, so you don’t have to take the whole thing with you if you don’t want to.
Just about the only thing good about the recent Transformers movie are the new versions of our beloved Autobots and Decepticons. Although I’m sure some of you will say that even the new designs suck. Also the movie changes POVs and angles every nanosecond so we hardly got to appreciate the designs anyway.
TRON is one of the most famous geek movies of all time, and what better way to pay homage to the film than with another geek favorite? Flickr user/blocksmith/80s baby (I suppose) 2×4 created these neat LEGO light cycles and even posted step-by-step instructions on his Flick page.
…That is, if the people around you haven’t seen – or finished – any of the movies that it refers to. From The Usual Suspects, to Donnie Darko and even Citizen Kane, the Spoilt shirt design offends people from all walks of life.
The guys over at Chunnel.TV scrounged up the preview trailer for the original 1982 classic CGI flick, TRON and compared it with the upcoming 2010 reboot, TRON Legacy. There are no surprises here, but the computer graphics in the new film are just a wee bit better.