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$500 milkshake

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The LA-based Hollywood cocktail bar The Powder Room has created a $500 milkshake. The milkshake will include edible gold leaf, "the finest Belgian chocolates", a host of liquors they haven't decided on yet, and a $190 Swarovski Nirvana Mountain Ring, which disappointingly will not make your "Smells Like Teen Spirit" cover sound any better. But at least you get to take it home with you after you've drained your shake.
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Decal turns Apple 5W USB Power Adaptor into a cup of coffee

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This creative coffee decal turns your Apple 5W USB power adaptor into a cup of coffee. The decal makes a wonderful gift and it is a cheaper way to make your Laptop stand out. $5
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Portable battery packs for recharging iPhone

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These portable battery packs are compact, lightweight and powerful enough to charge your iPhone twice. The Portable Power 5400 gives you true power to roam. $80
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Abacus iPhone Case

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This abacus case for iPhone 4/4S and 5/5S designed by Joaquin Baldwin allows you to perform complicated mathematical operations, without even unlocking your phone. It will not drain your batteries, and will work underwater and in outer space. The beads look like tiny apples that move smoothly and freely.
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Bacon Body Wash

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The Bacon Body Wash($5) from Archie McPhee. Cool product!
Smell like bacon in every nook and cranny
"Before this fantastic product, when you wanted to shower with liquid bacon, your best bet would be to take a vat of bacon drippings into the shower with you and use it to moisturize. This resulted in glowing, shiny skin and clogged drains. This Bacon Body Wash brings the exhilarating aroma of bacon to yet another part of your morning routine. The friendly Mr. Bacon on the label wants you to smell like he does"

Darth Vader Pumpkin Push-ins

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This quick decorating kit can turn any pumpkin into Darth Vader. Decorate your Halloween pumpkins this year with Star Wars Darth Vader. Great Halloween fun activities to do with your kids and perfect for any Halloween star wars fan. Pumpkin not included. $23
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Nokia Lumia 2520, running on Windows RT 8.1.

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Nokia introduces its first Windows tablet, the Nokia Lumia 2520, running on Windows RT 8.1. The Nokia Lumia 2520 Windows Tablet has a 10.1-inch HD display with a resolution of 1920 x 800 pixels. Powered by a quad core 2.2Ghz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor, and features include a 4G LTE, WiFi, 2GB RAM, 32 GB internal memory, micro SD card support up to 32GB. About the camera, on the back, there’s a 6.7-megapixel camera with ZEISS optics and an f1.9 aperture, on the front is a 2 megapixel camera.
Watch the video of Nokia Lumia 2520 in action.(this´╗┐ guy has small shirt, haha!)
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Sonos Play:1 Speaker

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Sonos announces its compact wireless speaker, the PLAY:1($200). It features a 3.5” mid-woofer and tweeter, each with a dedicated amplifier deliver "rich, powerful sound HiFi music." . The Sonos Controller app lets you access any music anywhere. Compatible with Android, iPad, iPhone, Mac and PC devices.

Pumpkin tap kit for Halloween

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Halloween is around the corner, and it's time to get something special for the exciting festival. Prepare a big, hollowed-out pumpkin and turn it into a drink dispenser instead with KegWorks' Pumpkin Tap Kit for $30. The set includes a 3″ cylindrical shank and tap faucet, both made of sturdy chrome-plated brass, and comes packed with easy to follow instructions to rig one up. Plus, its use is absolutely not restricted to halloween since it’s also compatible with watermelons.
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Fitbit Force

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Fitbit is introducing the $129.95 Fitbit Force, a bracelet that combines smartwatch and fitness tracker. It has a new small OLED screen right on the band so you can easily tell the time and how many steps you have taken or how many miles you've gone. It can show most of that information on the screen or you can view it through the Fitbit app, which pairs with the tracker via Bluetooth 4.0. It also features Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity to iOS and Samsung devices. When paired with an iPhone running iOS 7, you see incoming call notifications right on the display. "At night, track your sleep and wake up silently with a vibrating alarm." I like this.

Nest Protect

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The Nest Protect($130) is a smart smoke and carbon monoxide detector that won't wreck your ear drums if you left the turkey in the oven too long. It features a glowing status ring (green means everything is okay, yellow gives you a warning about a potential problem, and red means there's an emergency), real voice alerts, and with a simple wave of the hand the detector knows to not go into full red alert mode. It can also give you updates to your phone or tablet if the detector goes off or needs its batteries changed.

Garmin Head-Up Display(HUD)

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The Garmin Head-up Display($150) receives navigation information from your smartphone and projects it onto a transparent film on your windshield. It display system, showing turn indicators, distance to the next turn, current speed and speed limit, and estimated time of arrival. Place HUD onto your dashboard and pair it wirelessly with your compatible Bluetooth-enabled smartphone. Using Garmin StreetPilot for iPhone, choose your destination and HUD will project turn-by-turn directions to get you there. [ Amazon link ]
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This Power Bar Politely Steps Aside So It Doesn't Block Other Outlets

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The Contort Power supply offers a pair of USB ports as well as an AC outlet. It features an angled plug so the extra outlet and USB ports don't end up blocking anything. $25
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P12 Jetpack Will Be Available To Buy In two years for $200k

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New Zealand-based Martin Aircraft's latest re-design of its Jetpack—the P12, technically still a prototype, the P12 is promised to be very close to the final version of the Martin Jetpack that could be available commercially sometime in mid-2014. As for pricing, it’s predictably high. The Martin Jetpack will cost anywhere between $150,000 and $250,000, excluding the cost of premium gas as well as any costs associated with getting a sports license in the U.S., and purchasing the necessary flying equipment. The P12 is said to reach a top speed of 46 mph, with a max flight time of around 30 minutes.
"The Martin Jetpack is the result of inspiration and many years of development work by Glenn Martin and an enthusiastic team of engineers and other experts. It uses sophisticated composites and a highly efficient propulsion system to achieve the goal of personal flight, with many safety features including a ballistic parachute.
Originally designed with the leisure market in mind, the Martin Jetpack has found strong demand from a wide range of markets, including military, civil defence and recreation. It is in the final stages of development for the first commercial customers, mainly Government users such as Search and Rescue and Police."
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Steam Controller

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Valve has announced has announced a unique gamepad that would be a good fit for your living-room gaming needs, the Steam Controller.
"Steam gamers, who are used to the input associated with PCs, will appreciate that the Steam Controller’s resolution approaches that of a desktop mouse. Whole genres of games that were previously only playable with a keyboard and mouse are now accessible from the sofa."
"The Steam Controller is designed to work with all the games on Steam: past, present, and future. Even the older titles in the catalog and the ones which were not built with controller support. (We’ve fooled those older games into thinking they’re being played with a keyboard and mouse, but we’ve designed a gamepad that’s nothing like either one of those devices.)"
The Steam Controller features two main circular, high-resolution trackpads that take advantage of the latest haptic technology and are also clickable.
In the center of the controller, there is a touchscreen that can display information related to the game. According to Valve,
"In the center of the controller is another touch-enabled surface, this one backed by a high-resolution screen. This surface, too, is critical to achieving the controller’s primary goal – supporting all games in the Steam catalog. The screen allows an infinite number of discrete actions to be made available to the player, without requiring an infinite number of physical buttons."