Portable storage that touts itself as a media hub isn’t all that new, but this little 2-inch box here, called Fasetto Link, does in a package beyond your wildest imagination. Measuring a mere 2″x 2″x 1″, Fasetto Link comes in three capacities: 256 GB, 512 GB and a whopping 2 TB. But Link isn’t your run-of-the-mill portable hard drive. It is more than just a hard drive slapped with a beautiful enclosure; it packs in a board loaded with a 64-bit octacore processor, 4GB DDR4 RAM, a SSD storage, wireless ac, WiFi 2×2 MIMO, Bluetooth 4.0 LE, a USB Type-C port, and a 1,300 mAh rechargeable battery good for up to 5 hours of streaming, or 2 weeks of standby time. Continue reading This Ultra-compact SSD Is A Storage And Media Hub That Fits In The Pocket
Nordstrom is no stranger to expensive fashion, but as it seems, the fashion retail giant has a penchant for the weird and quirky products too. After trying to sell you a 85 bucks rock, Nordstrom again made headline and this time it’s for selling a pair of fake mud-coated jeans for a cool $425. What makes this so hilarious and a sure-fire headliner are the price tag and the mud. The controversial feature (if you can call it a feature at all) of the jeans, called Barracuda Straight Leg Jeans, is what Nordstrom described as “caked-on muddy coating” on top of the “heavily distressed” denim that supposedly embodies “rugged, Americana workwear that’s seen some hard-working action.” Continue reading $425 Mud-coated Jeans, Because You Shouldn’t Have To Work For Mud
Good news, Apple Watch users who have an affinity for all-thing steampunk. Etsy seller JoyComplex has just the right stuff that will add a dose of steampunk to your Apple Watch. Nope. It will NOT turn your Apple Watch into a steam-driven gadget with cogs and gears. Neither will it emits lovely steam, but it will make the watch look, well, steampunk-ish and that’s all that matters, right? And yes, it is an Apple Watch cover, but mind you, this isn’t just any cheap look-like-metal-plastic cover. This thing is of hand-casted metal made specifically for 42mm Apple Watch. Continue reading Steampunk Apple Watch? We Say Why The Hell Not?
Independent vinyl figures collectors take note. Fools Paradise and teamed up with Thailand street fashion label Hold’Em Denim and toy brand JPX to issue a very limited Fools x Paradise x Hold’em by JPX vinyl figures, called I want to be ZauZ. With the set you will find two figures adorned with unique “3 straps” signature band on them. The set depicts Fool’s tattoo-obsessed alternate ’Batman’ (complete with undersized cap, of course, and disgruntle look, as always) being inked by a scrawny dude which appears to come with an alternate head sculpture. Continue reading Fools Paradise x Hold’em By JPX Thailand Toy Expo Exclusive
Robots are precise. I get it, but would you entrust your hand’s wellbeing to a robot’s precision? Specifically in a game of five-finger fillet and with a real knife? I don’t know. I probably wouldn’t. YouTuber Irfon Automation, however, seems to had a lot of faith in robots and in his case, a Staubli TX40 Robot and of course, what he claims as his talent for programming that enable this trusty (or not?) metal arm to do passes of five-finger fillet. Ok. Maybe, whether or not, Irfon Automation had a shit load of confidence doesn’t matter, because the hand on the table wasn’t his anyways. It appears that his neighbor had volunteered and so, I am guessing his neighbor was the one that had shit lot of faith in him (and little yellow armed Staubli there). Continue reading Would Trust Your Fingers To A Robot In A Knife Game Of Five-Finger Fillet?
If you have eyes set on travelling the world, then you will definitely have a bucket list to strike out countries you have visited. You probably use a good’ol notebook, or a tablet or smartphone for that, but nothing does it like a map. A map is the ultimate visual reference to where you had been and with a few magic touch of a sharpie, you can strike out countries you have been and even jot down interesting notes. Then again, a map, however big the size, does not pop out. It does tell which countries you have not been to yet. That’s why any jet-setter needs the Wanderlust Scratch-able Poster Map. It is an unique and novel way for travel happy person to keep a visual note of where he or she have been and where he or she has not been yet. Continue reading If You Travel A Lot, This Is The Map You Need In Your Jet-setting Life
We all know how lovable and cool K-2SO is, but however much folks love this hero of Star Wars Rogue One, it is nearly impossible to cosplay as one, unless K-2SO put on some serious stones. I mean, just look at this hands and legs. Not only are his limbs unusually long, but they are super skinny too, and no normal humans is going to be convincing in a K-2SO costume. C-3PO, on the other hand, is easier, as it has average human-size limbs; all you have to do is act a little more robot-ish and act like you are afraid of every situations. Anyways, but the super thin limbs did not stop cosplayer HarteAttack Cosplay from whipping up a K-2SO costume. Continue reading Check Out This Awesome K-2SO ‘Cosplay’ That Is Actually A Puppet
Another day, another “flying car,” but like the Lilium Jet, this Alphabet’s CEO Larry Page-backed personal flight startup, Kitty Hawk’s first flyer is not quite a flying car. Sorry, I disagree with our source cos’ nowhere in the company’s website did it reference itself as a flying car startup. The Mountain View, California-based company’s mission is to, in its own words, “engineer, design and build safe, fun, easy-to-fly aircraft.” So flying car, it is obviously not. The notion of a flying car is a personal transportation device that flies, possibly at low altitude, and also have the ability to travel on normal roads and likely, can be parked within one’s garage, or any regular parking space. Continue reading This Is The First “Flying Car” By Larry Page-backed Startup, Kitty Hawk
You know all the fad about Starbucks’ newest seasonal drink, the Unicorn Frappuccino. I am sure you also read about how it is “not as advertized,” but we are not going talk about how it is, or it is not “as advertized.” We are at it because about a day ago, Razer’s CEO posted a question on his Facebook page. He commented that since Starbucks has their Unicorn frap, he wonder what would a Chroma frap from Razer look like? Continue reading Razer’s CEO Asked How Razer Chroma Frap Might Look Like, Here’s Our Take
Well. What do we know? Ermenegildo Zegna, the name more associated with smart, swanky men’s wear (and to us, drool-worthy tailored suits) actually has some gadgets in the label’s lineup too. Granted, the Italian fashion label did not weaved the magic to turn out irresistibly the beautiful turntable, headphones, and in-ear headphones you see here; there were created in collaboration with New York-based premium audio equipment maker Master & Dynamic. As you may have already guessed, Ermenegildo Zegna’s touches are evident in the asesthetic bits like, for example, the weaved leather wrapped on the turntable. Continue reading Ermenegildo Zegna x Master & Dynamic Turntable and Music Gear