Love the new Google Android Wear powered smart watches that Motorla, LG and other makers are going to be coming out with later this year. What we’re really excited about though would be seeing a Street Fighter II video game app made for them. It’s just a dream for now, but in the mean time, here’s a little Google Android Wear Street Fighter watch app mockup we put together. Sonic Boom!
Sony FDR-AX100 ($2000)
Small enough for one-handed shooting, yet powerful enough to record movies in the revolutionary 4K standard, the remarkable new FDR-AX100 is packed with leading advances including Sony’s massive 1.0 type Exmor R CMOS image sensor, which delivers stunning image quality, high sensitivity and gorgeous background defocusing. Also featuring a manual lens ring and ND filters, this Handycam camcorder opens the door to a wealth of image expression despite its compact body.
Honda “Hands” film celebrates the curiosity of Honda engineers, which has led to some of the most successful Honda innovations over the past 65 years.
Reddit user Auir2blaze made a graphic showing how much game consoles would cost in today’s dollars. The Atari 2600 which started the home console revolution would cost $796, while the NeoGeo would cost a whopping $1,225. The Xbox One and Playstation 4 suddenly seem like a great deal!
Turn your iPhone or iPod Touch into a full-fledged gaming console with the Logitech PowerShell Controller ($99).
Life-size soap replicas of classic SNES games like Donkey Kong Country, Street Fighter II Turbo, Super Mario Kart, and The Legend of Zelda.
Get them from Firebox ($21.29)
Remember playing Skeeball in the arcade when you were a kid? Now you can have it in your very own home. This Vintage Arcade Skeeball ($6995) by Restoration Hardware replicates the original Skee-Ball alley,complete with 1930s retro oak exterior with state-of-the-art functionality, boasting an authentic flip display and pull-handle activation lever.