The Force is strong with the LG x Lucasfilm 65-inch Star Wars C2 OLED TV. It was revealed yesterday at Star Wars Celebration Anaheim and will be limited to just 501-units in the US, exclusively from the company’s website as to avoid scalpers. Each set will come with its very own individually numbered certificate of authenticity to ensure that you aren’t buying a knockoff.
Photo credit: Rex Sowards
Back in 1989, Apple released the Macintosh Portable, but it wasn’t exactly something you could fit in a pocket or even a standard backpack for that matter, as it weighed 16-pounds. Unfortunately (or fortunately), it was discontinued after 2-years, possibly due to its $16,790 USD price tag (adjusted for inflation). Industrial designer Rex Sowards wanted to change that with the Macintosh Pocket.
The Lamborghini Aventador LP 780-4 Ultimae Coupé will be the last one ever made and it includes a unique NFT, which has been minted in collaboration with contemporary artists Krista Kim, Steve Aoki, and global brand storytelling agency [INVNT GROUP]. This Lamborghini ‘Ultimate’ drop is touted as the world’s first supercar 1:1 NFT.
There are some that may remember a portable Nintendo GameCube Advance concept that has been floating around the internet for years, but one gamer decided to make it a reality. Simply put, it has a functional Nintendo Wii crammed inside the Game Boy Advance SP-inspired shell, so it can play the entire GameCube library flawlessly.
Disney+ subscribers are probably familiar with “The Book of Boba Fett”, which takes place after the events of Return of the Jedi (1983), and a spin-off from the The Mandalorian series. Now one fan shows us what it would look like as a TV show from 1985.