The Roku 4 ($130) has just dropped just in time for the holidays and if you've been looking to jump into the 4K arena the Roku 4 will is the perfect addition to your arsenal. It automatically upscales the signal to deliver the best picture your TV or projector can handle. So whether you're driving a 1080p or a 4K screen, you'll get the maximum resolution. But that's not all, the new Roku gives you access to over 2,500+ streaming channels and 300,000+ movies/TV episodes. Additional upgrades include a lightning fast quad-core processor, a remote with a headphone jack for private listening, and voice search so you can find flicks by a particular actor, title, or director. And maybe my favorite feature is the Lost Remote Finder. Just press the button on the top of the Roku 4 and it'll tell you right where you left it.
Ford's first compact SUV and launched during its racing era, the 1969 Ford Bronco U14 Half Cab ($AUCTION) is one of under 2,500 produced during its year. Finished in a rare Code-A Raven Black paint combination that was further limited to just 42 models, the iconic shape of this recognizable vehicle runs on a rebuilt 302 CI V-8 engine with the original 3-speed transmission. Custom Bronco shifter knobs and Mustang Pony interior upholstery stay true to aesthetics of the era while the addition of an OE style AM/FM radio with Bluetooth, USB and iPod connectivity brings it into the 21st century.
The Casio G-Shock 2014 GAC-110 Series ($170) is expected to drop in January and is the latest update of their current GA110 line. The GAC-110 features G-Shock's big case design and will debut in two colorways; a purple number with neon lime hands and numbers and a version with a black case, and grey face and hands. Check G-Shock's website for updates on availability.
The Mutombo TR Block Shoes ($100) were originally created for Mutombo back in the early 90s. The shoe has finally be released to the public in a cool new red colorway. The shoes feature a Nubuck and leather upper with printed heel and rear-quarter window, a printed textile lining, molded TBU lacing system, mid-foot strap over laces, and a basketball-inspired outsole. The kicks are now available from the Adidas online shop.
Taking the iconic design from one of the world's most recognizable motor vehicles, the Retro VW Fridge ($TBA) draws the eye towards a usually unremarkable kitchen appliance. Reminiscent of the unique curved bumper, this fridge takes it back to the original camper van design with its curved 'V' split color silhouette and large 'WV' logo. Using the same colors as the original motor vehicles, this fridge combines 60's design with modern technology. An advanced fan system distributes the air evenly while CrispZones keep your fruit and vegetables fresher for longer. The Retro VW fridge has an A+++ energy efficiency rating and features 260 liters of capacity providing ample storage for the whole family. This fridge is a functional and beautiful addition to an already stylish kitchen.
The concept that everyone loved is finally becoming a reality with the release of the 2016 Acura NSX ($TBA). The brand new NSX is completely built around the needs of the driver and will feature all wheel-drive, and a 75-degree DOHC V-6 mid-mounted twin-turbo engine paired with a 9-speed dual clutch transmission. Additional drive is provided by three electric motors, two on the front wheels and one attached to the engine. Weight and stability are improved buy utilizing an aluminum frame, and carbon fiber flooring. Expect the 2016 Acura NSX to by released some time later in 2015.