The Poler Le Tent Rooftop Tent ($999) is the perfect piece of kit for anyone who likes to hit the road at the drop of a hat. The Le Tente is made from heavy duty waterproof canvas and comes with aluminum poles and a ladder. It is big enough to fit a queen sized foam mattress and sets up extremely quickly. Just unstrap and flip over. It automatically pops up and extends the ladder.
Back in November the Helsinki-based company, Solu met it's crowd funding campaign for its micro-computing platform. Going by the same name as the company, Solu is a small collaborative computer with a cloud-based OS and a revolutionary UI. Solu ($379) takes the concepts of cloud-based computers, mobile computing, and seamless collaboration, and rolls them all into a small wood wrapped package that contains all your processing, an edge-to-edge screen, and a powerful battery.
Venice designer Enrico Zanolla is used to pushing creative boundaries and his new striking Picia Lamps ($156) are no exception. Using a unique combination of beautiful hand-blown glass and contrasting cork these modern lamps come in a variety of pastel shades to suit you. Available in a choice of subtle shades each further enhancing the suspension lights natural curves and sweeping lines. Recently showcased at the Milan Design Week 2015 these enchanting Picia lamps are sure to become a point of focus in your home.
The Tesla Model 3 ($35,000) just debuted and its already acquired more than 150,000 preorders. That's roughly 5.25 Billion in sales. Not bad for a company that barely sold 50,000 cars all of last year.Although the Model 3 is the most affordable car in the companies lineup, a lot of attention was paid to the details. The fully electric design gives the Model 3 a 200-mile range, and it can reach 60 miles per hour in under six seconds.On the inside you won't see your standard gauges, everything is controlled through a centrally located flat screen console. Additional features include a low center of gravity providing improved handling, an aluminum chassis and room for five. If you have $1,000 laying around you can pre-order yours today. Expect deliveries sometime late 2017.
So you're looking to buy a new tent, but you're not sure which tent to pick? Well, have no fear. Our goal is to bring you the best of the best. We've sorted through several of the top rated tents, both new and old, to bring you The Best Camping Tents ($67-$580) that we've deemed the best overall. That includes price-wise, feature-wise, and, of course, durability-wise.Whether you're looking for a family tent for a weekend getaway. A mountaineering tent to go hiking and backpacking. A festival tent to chill in after that crazy night out or even just a simple pop-up tent for sporadic usage - we're certain we've got something for you in this article. We've created this article with all these kinds of situations in mind!If you're reading this, you probably have a general understanding of tents at the very least. However, if you don't, don't stress it. In the description of each tent, we'll be sure to make it very clear what the tent can be used for and its benefits. This information will ensure you get the very best of what it is you need.Just to clarify, these tents are not listed by best to worst. All of these tents serve different purposes, and we believe them to be the best for that purpose. So enough of telling you what it is we have to offer here, lets get to it.
The Book of 'Unnecessary' Quotation Marks ($12) takes your from the suggestive to the sarcastic, and shows you quotation marks doing what we love them to do best; wreaking havoc on the English language. Who would have second thoughts about ordering that "hamburger" on the menu at the diner or wondering what the hidden price is for that item advertised as being "free"? From the creator of the hugely popular "Unnecessary" Quotation Marks "blog", this book surveys the havoc caused by those stupid quotation marks on menus, signs, posters, placards and leave reality suspended by those supposed "facts". This is a smarty-pants guide, made no mistake about that, and is perfect for those who habitually "air quote", grammar police or anyone who just wants a darned good laugh.