Robotector has unveiled new cases for the iPhone 4 and the fourth generation iPod. These silicon cases shaped like badass robots should keep your phone happy. Cost $25.
There is no reason for not having these Lego storage boxes, except of course, the danger of cool overload. These boxes are licensed by Lego and can be used to store stuff. Making things a lot more cooler, you can actually stack these boxes together, like Lego bricks. That will probably result in gigantic lego-box creations. Cost £26 ($41).
A double barreled crossbow that can shoot marshmallows to a distance of 30 feet. How’s that for a fight? Each of its barrels have room for 25 mini marshmallows so you can fire rapidly without running out of ammo too quick. And the harmless marshmallows aren’t quite likely to hurt someone in the domestic warfare. Costs $36.
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Why you need a barking dog-head on the door is something we will not discuss, but if you want one, this dog could very well fit the bill. It comes with seasonal costumes and welcome signs to be ready for work all through the year. Actually, the easter bunny dog looks kind of funny. Costs $15.
It is difficult to wrap our head around something that isn’t what it seems to be, like this computerless computer. The Pano Device actually is a computer, as in it will be able to handle most of the operations you expect a computer to do; it is computerless because the device itself won’t be handling most of these processes. The tiny Pano Device has no memory and no software, you can attach a monitor, keyboard and mouse to the device, but it has no CPU. The processing part is handled by a Pano Manager server, which hosts the OS and virtualizes it for your device.
Our liking of Lego creations is no secret, but even judging by those standards, these ships are just plain amazing. The models created by Ed Diment are incredibly detailed and huge. The USS Intrepid is 22-feet and 4-inches long, and probably required an incredible amount of patience. The Intrepid comes decked with aircrafts, deck guns and other details. Other builders created ships like the USS Pampanito and the USS Haggard to keep the Intrepid company.