The Aviatore Veloce Turbojet 100 PCs ($CALL) is a limited edition, single service, high-pressure espresso machine designed to look like a jet engine. It measures L: 780mm x W:332mm x H:455 mm and is made from aviation grade aluminium alloy, stainless steel and aluminium bronze and not only makes a great cup of coffee but also makes a real statement in your kitchen.It’ really easy to use: simply slide open, add water and ground coffee, close and enjoy. It can also be used to make tea. So, why not turbocharge your morning brew with this impressive Aviatore Veloce Turbojet limited edition, espresso machine.
The Adidas Originals Iniki Runner ($115) is a modern take on a 1970s runner. The upper is all 70s. It features a two-way stretch mesh, combined with a vintage suede, topped off with printed serrated Adidas stripes. The whole thing is wrapped in a beautiful ink colorway. But the midsole is all modern tech with its full-length boost for continuous energy return. The white boost midsole is capped with a gum rubber outsole for traction. The Iniki is a perfect addition to your fall wardrobe.
Amazon has just released the Amazon Fire TV ($99) and like most of these boxes only time will tell whether or not it'll be an Apple TV killer. But for now we can take a look at the specs and see how things stack up.
The Amazon Fire TV comes with a video resolution of 1080p, a 1.7GHz quad-core Qualcomm processor, 2GB memory, screen mirroring via Kindle Fire HDX, a remote with voice search, and an optional Amazon Fire Game Controller ($40).
Hulu Plus, Netflix, and Amazon Instant Video are available, but if you like HBO programming you might be out of luck as HBO Go isn't currently on the menu. It also comes installed with Plex for streaming local content, but if you're like me you're waiting to see what the forums come up with for XBMC support. Because it's an Android based OS there shouldn't be a reason why XBMC won't eventually be functional on this unit.
As I mentioned earlier Fire TV has an optional game controller and Amazon is working with game developers to bring in game content. Right now they have about 100 available with a price of about $1.85 for each game. They hope to have thousands in the near future. Time will tell how Fire TV stacks up, but right now the hardware specs and programming offerings looks pretty, except for HBO Go. That would've seemed like a now brainer.
The Nike Free Inneva Woven ($180) continue to fly off the shelves. The shoes here are the gray with orange woven accents in the toe and the heel. You can wear these shoes with pretty much anything, including demin jeans or camo. These Inneva come with the 5.0 sole. This sole is made for stability and daily use, but still give you that barefoot feel.
The Quepos Quilted Jacket by Howler Brothers ($155) will keep you nice and warm in these fall and early winter months. The Quepos features an insulted diamond quilted nylon shell, custom BROS zipper, Howler badge patch and drop in hand warmer pockets. It also comes with microfiber inside the chest pocket for cleaning your glasses. The Jacket is available in mint green or miner black.
Wouldn't it be great if you had a tiny multi-tool you could take everywhere you go? Let us introduce you to The Fly Pry titanium Multi-Tool ($25), the smallest, titanium, multi-tool on the market. It’s a bottle opener, zip puller, hook screwdriver, box opener, pull-tab lifter, can opener and much, much more! Sized just larger than a US quarter, it's suitable for attaching to your sweater, backpack, keychain, neck lanyard or anything else you can think of! Made right here in the US, it is a must-have tool for the modern man. Check out their Kickstarter today.