From a design standpoint, it’s out of this world. When you consider the technology – you’ll most likely call it your next TV. The Sony NX800 has an innovative 6 degree tilt (for better viewing at a lower placement), an Edge LED backlight, and BRAVIA Engine™ 3 video processor for the best possible image. Did I mention, built-in wifi brings on-demand entertainment straight to the tube & widgets let you check the weather or Twitter, while peeping the game.
Cars: Freedom, Style, Sex, Power, Motion, Colour, Everything is a love letter to the most beautiful 86 cars ever manufactured. This read reminds us the automobile is more than a machine moving us from A to B. It’s an ever-changing work of art. Award-winning columnist + design guru, Steven Bayley narrates the evolution of the automobile with Tif Hunter’s 400+ stunning B/W photographs.
We’re all about tools that make life easier. This handy gadget does just that. Bosch’s Digital Angle Finder records into memory the measure of any angle or bevel. If you’re not looking for an angle, how about a level, miter calculator or protractor accurate to within +/-0.05 of one degree – who needed geometry anyway?
Pure’s Sensia Digital Audio System does to radio what the iPhone did to telephone. Connected to the internet, this system’s touchscreen acts as an audio entertainment portal. You can listen to the radio, stream music from the internet via wi-fi, plugin your iPod, check weather reports, twitter or just use it as an alarm clock.
So, you think Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 is addictive? Wait until you navigate a pixelated explorer over scorpions and gators in the classic Atari 2600 game Pitfall. The Atari 2600 Store connects gamers to everything related to the retro gaming system – joysticks, consoles, game cartridges, and even those goofy paddles used for Warlords, Super Breakout and Kaboom. Long live the classics.
The recent lift of the 1915 ban on absinthe created a rush of distilleries producing what devotees like Van Gogh and Aleister Crowley referred to as the “green fairy”. St. George Spirits was the first U.S. distillery to legally produce the mind-altering beverage. Their Absinthe Verte is among the world’s finest with a smoothness and flavor mimicking the original recipe.
Created by athletes interested in improving their gear, Spy’s Optic Zed Snow Goggles push eyewear’s technological limits. A durable, uni-body frame construction and patented Scoop ventilation system eliminates fogging and provides 100% UV protection. Slip these on and focus on your view rather than your vision.