Rich? Love Star Wars? Obsessed with collecting models used in the making of the original films? Did I mention rich already? You'll need to be almost obscenely wealthy to win this eBay auction: one of four original T.I.E. Fighter models used in the filming of Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope. In fact, this is the Fighter that helpfully collided with Darth Vader and allowed Luke to blow up the Death Star, constructed from resin and cannibalized parts from other model kits. The auction doesn't officially kick off until August 1st, but if you fancy you could drop an absentee bid at the starting price of $170,000.
If you're looking for a laptop that nobody else will have - and that will interest everybody - ignore the MacBook Air, any Tablet PC or even Alienware's super-strength gaming notebooks. Instead, stick a bid in for this Xentex prototype currently up on eBay: at first glance it looks like it should be a mockup, but this is actually a real, working laptop, it just so happens to be one with a folding chassis and twin swivelling screens. The screens are in fact two 13.3-inch panels, and they can be independently rotated so that people can view them from each side.
Perhaps the only thing better than a freshly grilled steak is one going at 150mph round an oval track. That's why this NASCAR-themed BBQ trailer is so impressive: a 4-flame propane burner, twin coolers, slide-out prep tables and a JVC CD/DVD stereo with six speakers (two of which are 12-inch subs, and not the bread sort). There are even custom rims and racing tires.
This gadget attaches to you and your computer and when you are playing the Unreal series if you get hit it will shock you. No, no I will not review it, look at it, think about it, I hate being shocked more than any other sensation I’ve ever had.
Currently it only works with the Unreal series, but they are apparently working on an engine to work with the Half Life series. So, if you are feeling especially dumb, or if you feel you need a more realistic incentive not to die in game, this is for you.
Chrono Trigger was definitely one of the best RPGs for the SNES. I'll still have to rank A Link to the Past up at number one in my book though. I will admit that I never had the pleasure of playing this game back when it was first released. I picked it up after it was ported to the PlayStation. Even after I'd played such games as Final Fantasy VII, it was still fun to play this older SNES-era game. For those die-hard collectors out there, how much would you pay for an original unopened copy of the game?