The Loud, Messy, XTREME Graphic Design of the 90s

Today we learned that popular 1990s soda/xtreme sports pump-up drink Surge is back: Amazon will now deliver a 12-pack to your house for $14. If you hadn't thought about Surge since the late 1990s, it was probably a trip to see that distinctive green can again. And it brought up a question: Who designed this little gem… »9/15/14 4:16pm9/15/14 4:16pm


1.5TB FreeAgent XTreme Anchors Onslaught of Stylish Seagate Hard Drives

That there is the grandpappy of those leaked Seagate hard drives »9/15/08 12:01am9/15/08 12:01am, the 3.5-inch, 7200RPM, 1.5TB FreeAgent XTreme. It connects via USB 2.0, FireWire 400 or eSATA, the latter of which transfers files at a blazing 3GBit/second. Available in October, the $300 LED-filled drive comes in three more sizes starting at $160 for…

SanDisk 32GB Extreme III Is Fully Prepared To Capture Your God-Awful Photography

You're special, no really. You have a unique view of the world. It's so unique, in fact, that you need at least 32GB to capture your Vision (sometimes it comes out blurry, but not like cool artsy blurry)—and you need speed, because you never know how many unique world views will collide on a millisecond basis. The… »9/11/08 9:17am9/11/08 9:17am

MBL Speakers Look Steampunkish, Cost More Than a Black Market Left Kidney

MBL's new X-treme Speakers may look mighty impressive, but that has nothing to do with their ability to deliver "acoustically brilliant" sound, their ridiculously huge 6ft tall deep bass towers containing four 12" subwoofers, or the immense one month assembly/delivery time. No, the reason for their brilliance lies in… »11/24/07 2:15pm11/24/07 2:15pm