Fujifilm is about to release the little brother to their popular X-M1 camera. The Fuji X-A1 ($599) has 16.3 MP and a 23.6 mm x 15.6 mm sensor. The only differences between the X-M1 and the X-A1 is the exterior finish and the A1 doesn't have the X-Trans sensor that comes with the M1. The X-A1 is available in three colors; blue, black, and red and will be available Oct 30th. Pre-orders are being taken now.
The beauty of beer is very much in the hand of those holding the glass. From the pouring to the storing, from the crushing of the cans to keg stand, from beer pong to beer bong, The Book of Beer Awesomeness ($13) is the definitive guide to beer drinking and could well be the bible for all brew lovers. Written by those experts who brought us The Book of Beer Pong, and featuring stacks of games of skill, memory and strategy and feats of fortitude, along with a host of other challenges and activities, this book is full of cup-flipping, kings-playing, frosty-mugged fun.
Apple had its big reveal today detailing new features with the Apple 5s ($199-$399). Although there is nothing earth shattering the three new features should make for a much improved user experience. The major features include updated processors, updated camera, and new security system. Complete details after the break.(more…)
Go to any market and store shopping for beef and you will be faced by a choice of prime cuts that cost the earth. Crown roasts, racks of lamb, pork chops are all delicious and make us part with our hard earned dollars to pay for them. The problem here is that due to these we tend to forget about, or avoid, those cheaper but distinctly less lovable parts of the beast that are still edible. Brains, bellies, cheeks, gizzards, combs, hearts, hocks, lungs, kidneys, the list just goes on and on. Odd Bits ($23) aims to address this by showing us how to save money and serve up delicious meals using these odd bits, just don't tell the kids whats in it.
Fancy having a single smart looking and safe location to charge every smartphone, tablet in your home? Then behold the next generation in innovative charging stations, the new and exciting Cove Charging Station ($200)! This reimagining of your typical ugly charging station gives way to a sleek modern design that more represents a piece of functional art than a simple charger. Looking right at home in any living area the Cove gives you a secure place to charge and store up to five separate tablets, smartphones, e-readers, game controllers and more. Fitted with super soft anti-slip shelves you can eliminate annoying scratches and dents from your expensive gadgets being pulled off of surfaces while charging, and Cove’s door acts as a handy hands-free stand for your tablet! Say goodbye to miles of ugly cables, lost devices and gadget clutter by grabbing the must have storage and charging unit, the Cove.
As their website rightly states, Rough Crafts is a professional design powerhouse, based out of Taipei, Taiwan. They specialize in not only building custom motorcycles, but also graphic design, product development and street art. They have and amazing knack for blending all of these skills together to create beautiful works of art.The latest piece by Rough Crafts' Winston Yeh is called, Rough Crafts Fat Bob Dyna Guerilla Motorcycle ($NFS). The 2009 bike murdered out in all black features a ton of upgrades including; Guerilla signature Coker Beck Style tire 5.0x16" F&R, with Arlen Ness Motorcycles all black 10 Gauge wheels, and 49mm forks. An updated headlight with their Grill version, which creates nicer proportions than the stock dual headlights. Updated fenders with Voodoo fender kit from Rocket Bobs, and seats with their Diamond Stitched solo seat which will be available for sale for you guys who want to add the look to your bikes.