Can You Believe This "Entry Level" Turntable Costs $28,400?

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Personally, I think this turntable looks like a really poor attempt at making a cake look like a tree trunk candle, but apparently it's $28,400 worth of audiophilic record-playing quality. It's only Audio Consulting's entry-level model mind you-the mind boggles More »

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In the Minimalist Remake of Texas Chainsaw Massacre Only the NokGear Chainsaw Will Suffice

While far from practical, NextOfKin Creative's re-imagining of the chainsaw isn't supposed to cut through trees or be waved around a leathery-faced lunatic's head out in the country. More »

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What I Wouldn't Give to Press Ctrl + O On a Bottle of Beer Right Now

How many times have you wished you could press ctrl/cmd + F in real life? Or ctrl/cmd + Z? We may not be able to perform those life shortcuts just yet, but with Art Lebedev's ctrl + O bottle opener, at least we can crack open a cold one, for $18. More »

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Bendi the Tablet Stand is Like a Mini Flexible Arm For Your ‘Pad

Over on Kickstarter there's a nifty stand-that fits all sorts of tablets-just crying out for you to invest a dollar or more to put it into production. Apparently it sucks onto the back of the tablet, with the other end clamped to a table like a vice, or with magnets or More »

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ElliptiGO 3C: For When You Can't Decide Between Cycling or Running

The world's first elliptical bike has been updated with three speeds for even more calf-toning bike riding/jogging. I guess their thinking goes along the lines of why just cycle or jog, when you can do both at once? More »

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Pinza: The Classy Cord Tamer

Cords! All gadgets have 'em. They're everywhere. And there are a million different ways to deal with them. But this cord tamer from Pinza is prettier than most, cast from solid stainless steel and hand-polished. $26. More »

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Alcatec Orbit: Pocket Sprocket Speakers

The Orbit Stereo might not be the most powerful laptop speakers in the world, but they're sleek, unobtrusive, and they've pretty much gotta be an improvement over the tinny noise that's coughing out of your keyboard about now. A single USB cord tethers the pair to your PC, and they snap together for easy transit. They'll be available this month for 50 bucks. More »

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