The folks at Heiron & Smith have put together this ridiculous home theater pool table which they call The Executive. It costs $12,000 but it's well worth it, my friends. Why? Because it has built in speakers, a tiny LCD screen (which you'd probably have to sit on the ground to see), and a built in PS2. I can hardly believe the value! I mean, a PS2! It's like packaging this thing with a dinosaur fossil. And those are practically priceless! Seriously though, you'd be better off feeding your money to zoo animals than buying this thing.
Gorenje has put together this Swarovski crystal studded refrigerator in black or aluminum. Because really, who doesn't need their fridge covered in Swarovski crystals? Anything less would be an insult to your week-old pizza. And besides, what else are you gonna spend that mon... / Continue →
Have a spare $189,000 lying around? I'll f***ing kill you. Twice if you buy a solid gold iPad.
UK-based luxury gadget designer Stuart Hughes has come to the rescue with a solid gold, diamond-encrusted version of Apple's "magical" and "revolutionary" tablet.
The price is Â£... / Continue →
I don't care if a computer can run a real-time simulation of the Big Bang while playing Crysis at the highest settings and rendering a HD home movie you made of the neighbor's dog humping a stray cat, it shouldn't cost $32,000.
Gaiser High End Design PCs range from $7,820 to ... / Continue →