WiiFit totally sucks. If you want some in-home simulation that’s also guaranteed to provide some stimulation, this flight simulator could be just the thing. It’s the real deal, an enclosed, fully-equipped sim unit with controls that can be modeled after the Cessna 172, Piper Seneca, or Mooney Bravo. Acceleration, braking, turbulence and all the other features of real flight are driven by a PC control system that is fully customizable. Price tag, sixty grand. Source
Here’s how simple guys are: call a product “Manly” and suddenly it looks better than any of its rivals. Maine-based natural soap maker Rocky Top knew exactly how to tap into that fear of fruitiness that pervades the male mind when shopping for grooming products.
Every grill out there can cook burgers and dogs but only this one can also make your fries. At its center is a 20oz. deep fryer for french fries or anything else you want to boil in oil and around the fryer are surfaces including a grill, skillet, warming plate, and even a cutting board. Source
The Boxee Box, like other set-top boxes for streaming video from Netflix & VUDU, etc, is a simple way to watch whatever you want, whenever. But what about regular old TV if you don’t have cable? Well, this little plug & play device gives you easy access to basic live TV, in HD, without the need for a cable subscription. Awesome, right? Yes. But its name, The Dongle, that’s just plain genius. Boxee Dongle, really? Uh, yeah, we’ll take one. Source
Nobody including yourself should care that you’re never going to use Tag’s latest innovation, the first-ever 1/100th-of-a-second display. It is, however, a reason (as if you needed one) to buy that new TH chronograph.
They said the 90s were going to make the 80s look like the 50s. Former 90s posterboy and Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell was a big part of that numerical rock revolution. After a sold-out tour last year, his new acoustic solo record shows that even after all these years, he still has plenty to say and play.
There’s a reason why people are fanatical about their Apple products and it’s not just because they’re better. You love these products in large part because they are designed to move you. This book features over 200 examples of outstanding design by Jonathan Ive, the company’s Senior VP of Industrial design and explores the brand’s approach to the design process.
Every holiday season for the last 35 years Star Wars gifts have found their way under the tree but this year you can put your beloved spiritual advisor Yoda on the tree. And don’t worry he won’t compete with the reindeer, angels, and elves because they’re make-believe and both you and Yoda are well aware of that fact.
The eco-friendliest way to make stuff is to not make any stuff but we know that’s not happening. So we’ve got to hand it to the Marley brand for at least using eco-minded materials like FSC-certified wood and recycled aluminum in their headphones. By doing so our children and our children’s children might also be able to plug-in and jam out to the timeless sound of Bob Marley & The Wailers.
On the outside, the 2013 Shelby GT500 looks only slightly updated. It’s got that familiar steroid-pumped muscularity but where the real upgrades have been made are in performance. You can look up the whole spec sheet but we just want to inform you this thing will do 200 miles per hour off the lot. Ponder that number for a moment.