Monday, September 28, 2009

Wooden PS3 Controller

Check out this wooden PS3 controller from Singibigi. Dubbed “Joytron,” the controller is compatible with PS3, PS2 and PC.

Unlike those plastic controllers, it has a wooden grace that makes it stand out when it comes to choosing a home arcade controller.

The wooden grace is backed by a reasonable price tag of $39. I wish it was wireless, nonetheless, it has its own grace.

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Thursday, September 24, 2009

Playstation 4 concept

Don't this just mess with your senses? My hands are itching uncontrollably.

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Wednesday, September 23, 2009

LEGO gadgets

Many unofficial LEGO gadgets have been on the market for some time now, but next month will see LEGO themselves release a digital camera and MP3 player developed together with digital blue.

LEGO worked with the atlanta-based company who specialize in children's tech-products for a range of gadgets that includes walkie talkies, boomboxes, alarm clocks as well.

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toto design: mosquito bike

German designers Tom Mudra and Hans-Tobias Schicktanz combined together as toto design to realize projects like the electric mosquito bike. the vehicle is a lightweight electric bike designed for the urban environment. The motor is powered by inexpensive lithium batteries that give the bike about a 60 km range with maximum speed of up to 50 km/h.

The bike a has a removable centre pole to make mounting easier for riders of all ages and ability. the motor and batter are housed in the body and can be covered with a variety of materials making the bike customizable.
Because most of the parts are standard bike parts, repairs are easy and inexpensive. The bike is already in small production and should be available next year.

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Thursday, September 17, 2009

Montague Boston

bike has an aluminum frame, puncture resitant Kenda tires, 42x15 Suntour crankset, and front and rear dual pull caliper brakes.


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Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Razer Mako 2.1 THX Speakers

Simply put, THX Ground Plane™ and THX Slot Speaker™ technologies work to fill the room with sound by bouncing it upwards. With a normal speaker, you can get what sound engineers call “desk bounce phenomenon”. That’s where the direct sound waves interfere with the reflected sound waves.
To combat this, the Mako system is designed to bounce the sound upward, creating an omnidirectional sound stage. The other ™’d feature, the ClassHD™ amplifier technology isn’t just another fancy name for a system with an amp.
It actually adjusts the power to the speakers in sync with the music, rather than just blasting power at constant level. That’s rather impressive from an a desktop computer speaker system.

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The Reinvention off the Wheel

An idea successful by the designer Victor Mr. Aleman with this project of urban & compactable bicycle allowing to save space. At the same time transportable and practical, the wheel is composed of 6 modules and a detachable structure. A complex mechanism, to discover in the continuation.

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Bugatti Galibier Concept Pics Leak

The new Bugatti Galibier, which was previously reffered to as the Bordeaux, is a four-door supercar concept that shares the same powerplant as it’s counterpart Veyron. The Galibier is absolutely stunning, it carries some design cues from the Veyron but the materials used here are a bit more elegant and tasteful.
Not to discount the Veyron in any way, but the dark blue carbon fiber weave is like nothing I have ever seen before. The polished aluminum shell over the doors and fenders that greets the blue carbon fiber is an absolutely stunning combination.
The W16, unlike the Veyron, is mounted up front and redesigned to run off optional ethanol fuel. Bugatti claims a top speed of 217 mph for the Galibier, a bit shy of the Veyron’s top speed but you show me a four-door sedan capable of 200+ mph!! More details are to be revealed during the Frankfurt Autoshow.

Check out the video inside.


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Dunhill Fighter Provenance Fountain Pen

Inspired by the British Spitfire fighter plane used in WW2, Dunhill's Fighter Provenance Fountain Pen is a stunning writing instrument crafted from Aluminum used in the casing of the Rolls Royce Merlin Engine used in the actual Spitfires.
They've also designed the clip after the plane's propeller and the most striking detail: a plexiglass cap that resembles the Spitfire's cockpit.


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Ion USB turntable plays music on vinyls and turns them into MP3s

The ION turntable offers the EZ Vinyl Converter software, which can be downloaded for free for converting the music into MP3s and providing ease of transferring and organizing them into your iTunes music library. The entire turntable measures 20 inches long, 17 inches wide and about 6 inches high.

Buy online, $140, UrbanOutfitter

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Xbox 360 Modern Warfare 2 bundle has a 250GB HDD, $400 price tag

While the Forza 3 set is still an unconfirmed listing, there's no denying the Xbox 360 has just upped its storage capacity options with a 250GB HDD bundle clad in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 emblems.
Asking price is $399.99 and that includes the game and two black wireless controllers. Our friends at Joystiq have conjured up some images of the packaging as well as some shakycam footage of the debut from a LA press event, seen after the break.

Update: It's now available for pre-order care of Amazon.

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