The NES Classic Edition sold out everywhere in a matter of minutes yesterday. Nintendo has promised that more are on the way but that means you have to do things like wait and have patience. The internet is here to help. This video is a twofer. You can experience the vicarious joy of opening that sucker up and you can…
Unboxing videos are generally a complete waste of YouTube storage. But what about when you've just laid your hands on... a Little Professor calculator?
Sony's newest flagship the Xperia Z3 carries on the handset's most notable and widely praised feature. It's completely waterproof. So the unboxing experts at Carphone Warehouse decided to get their first look at the new Z3 in its natural habitat—completely submerged underwater.
This is iPhone 6 unboxing video but The Blue Man Group is not your ordinary iPhone 6 unboxing video. So don't expect them to reveal anything you don't know about the phone. Just sit back, relax, and enjoy the show.
This video is an hilarious parody of the famous scene of Seven, where Morgan Freeman opens a box with Gwyneth Paltrow's head inside, but told as if it was a conventional unboxing video. I know I probably should't be laughing at this but as a dark humor fan I am indeed cracking up.
We've had a longstanding ban on unboxing videos here at Gizmodo. Every once in a while, though, something happens that completely decimates everything you thought you knew about yourself. This happy accident of an Explainette unboxing is one such moment.
Unboxing videos are perhaps the biggest waste of YouTube storage to grace the planet: watch a pimple-faced youth take a phone out of a cardboard container and play with some basic functions! Woo. But here's one worth watching.
Even though we've seen Google Glass be leaked, be announced, be presented, be demoed, be worn, be used and even be mocked, it's always represented some far off future technology that we never were sure if it would ever be real (in a I can't believe it's already here kind of way). But it's totally happening guys. And…
I know a lot of you guys are counting down the moons, days, hours, minutes, seconds, breaths, eye-blinks and everything else until you get your hands on the new iPhone 5. We're obsessives, we get it. So here's something to placate you until then. A spoiler alert, if you will: here's what's inside the iPhone 5 box.
Think of this comic strip as a warning for everybody with a YouTube account who's going to get an iPhone 5 and record a video of them unboxing it. Don't do it. It's weird. It's silly. It's not a thing anymore. And it might be even a little pervy.
The unboxing video is a tired trope of tech blogging, but that doesn't mean we can't find new ways to embarrass ourselves with it. Like, for example, every tech blogger in the world failing miserably and hilariously to open the stupid box. Way to rage against the spaghetti-armed stereotypes, comrades. [Jean-Louis…
If you recall, the adorably simple, no-nonsense John's Phone only makes phone calls. There's no texting, no music, and no color LCD. It's address book is a pen and paper attached to the back. Here's a video of it being unboxed.
In this Google-sponsored video by Patrick Boivin, stop-motion ninjas show us only the second unboxing that I can describe as "action-packed." They easily defeated the Nexus One packaging, but their arch-rival Blister Pack won't go down so easy. [Engadget]
What's inside the Windows 7 Launch Party Kit? Balloons, streamers and no cake. Oh right, they stuck a copy of Windows 7 in there, too.