|Dyson Root 6
Are you ready to bust some ghosts? Blow the heads off some aliens? Or, um, clean those crumbs out from the couch that you've been unable to leave since the dual release of the PS3 and Wii? Looking more like the assault rifle in Halo than the highly evolved descendant of a dustbuster, the Dyson Root 6 is guaranteed to suck the stuffing out of a turkey from across the room, or your money back.
|Macgyver 512MB MP3 Watch
While it's doubtful that this piece of merchandise was officially licensed by Richard Dean Anderson, one can't help but think he would approve of its multifunctionality. Between playing MP3s, storing files, recording your voice and, yes, telling time, just about the only thing this watch won't do is fix your messy divorce.
Data centers can take up thousands of square feet, or if you're Google, entire football-field-size warehouses. But what do you do if you don't have that kind of space or power and you need, we mean really need, an enterprise-class supercomputer or Internet hub, like now? (For an answer, check out the "Scenarios" Sun helpfully illustrates on its site--they're priceless.)
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|Flying Alarm Clock
When helicopters made their debut in dubya-dubya II, military planners were convinced they would revolutionize warfare, and they did. But what to do for an encore? How about using this technology to revolutionize waking up after a night out.
|E-Puppy Personal USB E-Mail Communicator
Those of you who can recall the magic of sticking a Slayer tape in a Teddy Ruxpin and watching the bear that love built try to sing along with "Evil Has No Boundaries" will love this e-mail-reading dog, whose belly glows like Sauron's cyclopean eye whenever you have an e-mail waiting in your queue. He'll also read Web pages and Word documents to you, as well as record brief notes.