$17,500. it is listed as "used", but still, it looks kind of too cute to resist. described by its seller as "one of a kind", this Dark Knight's golf course ride of choice started life as an EZ-Go Golf Cart and was stripped down to the frame and four cup holders (!), and after which, custom frame and sheet metal, along with sculpted, molded cowl are fitted to it. it took its creator some 30 grand to turn that the boring EZ-Go ride into one that you see here and according to the seller, it spent a quarter of its time on a studio lot, with the rest of time kept indoors as a display (which we would gladly do if we have that kind of money to drop).
just when we were talking about how Gramophone-style speakers almost always comes in natural amplification form, we stumbled upon yet another beautiful power-free example, also based on Gramophone design (obviously), coming from Restoration Hardware. this device or accessory, if you prefer, is simply known as the Gramophone For iPhone and iPad
get rid of all those puny portable batteries and score yourself one of this big bad ass Mophie Powerstation XL that packs an insane 12,000 mAh under the hood and capable of pumping up two tablets with electrons to the brim, simultaneously and yes, it has two USB to do the job. of course, it can also be
having cold ears already? perhaps this Wireless Headphone Ear Warmers can help you get through the long cold winter while keeping you entertained and also lets you answer calls coming to your smartphone without exposing your ears to the harsh cold. lets just say that this is a two-in-one solution for those living in cold
Beats products are hardly something you will considered "luxe", but that is set to change with the collaboration between Beats and famed New York-based designer Alexander Wang. clad in the Alexander Wang's signature black and gold colorway, the collection comprises of Beats' key products like the Pill Bluetooth Speaker, the
looking to add some bling to your iPhone? why not go beyond the case and do the bling thing on the display as well? thanks to the Kyocera Opal Protective Film for iPhone, you can actually do that. no kidding. basically, what Kyocera did was to infuse the firm's unique "Kyoto Opal" material into the polyethylene terephthalate (PET)
up till now, gaming hardware has been stereotyped, well, at least in the color department, so if you are going to break that stereotyping, how about starting off with cool white pointing device like this ROCCAT Limited Edition Kone Pure Color Phantom White? released to mark the five year anniversary of Kone gaming mouse
Canon fan may recall Canon's first mirrorless interchangeable lens camera, the Canon EOS M and would most certainly recall the reviews wasn't as favorable and might have even halted the purchase indefinitely. well, perhaps, it is time to re-look at this mirrorless offering, but at the newly announced Canon EOS M2
after reading about the Neptune Pine, will you still consider a smartwatch that pegs to your smartphone to function? if the answer is 'yes', then you can add the Qualcomm Toq Smartwatch to your list of 'sleek smartwatch from a reputable company to get'. the much talked about smartwatch went up on pre-order late last month
Gramophone horn-style speakers for iPhone are not new, but they are generally, based on natural amplification. we won't blame their creators, cos' having a horn this huge really tempts one to go all natural, but not the Gramovox. not a chance. a couple dudes had a better idea: combining the proven acoustic of a gramophone
had enough of iPhone-controlled vertical take-off aircraft? how about a change from that and go for a smartphone-controlled airplane instead? though the company behind this slow flyer, Germany-based TobyRich, claimed the SmartPlane as the world's first smartphone-controlled airplane, it is technically not the first smartphone-controlled toy aircraft to take to the sky.