Grimlock & Optimus Prime – Transformers Age Of Extinction – Prime 1 Studio

“Autobots, we charge together! Now, roll out!”

In the ultimate team-up, Grimlock and Optimus Prime fight together in an epic battle to save the human race from extinction.

Words can not describe how I excited I was when I saw this piece of art, bad ass has been redefined after the appearance of Grimlock in Transformers – Age Of Extinction and adding Optimus Prime to this piece just takes it to another level. The quality level of this piece is just something else, preorders are out and delivery is in May 2015 and priced at $1899. Only 500 pieces are being produced of this piece and as other Prime 1 pieces they will be flying off the shelf, the nerd in me couldn’t get more excited so I had to put my deposit down for it. The toughest Autobot & Dinobot duo in the Transformers universe.

iPod Wall

Concepts like these are really cool, putting together an animated design acting as tiled photo display on 20 iPod Touches. This would be considered an expensive animated tiled imaged but still very cool, whats great is they took the concept and programmed it to output this into 20 iPod with one controlling iPod. It’s not very hard but still not easy to design a program such as this, but I love the idea. The wood part I would be able to do but the programming is out of my league.

Link: UnPlugged

New Dell Studio 14z

I’m always on the lookout for a new laptop, something mobile but packs a punch and its still thin and easy to carry. Dell have been taking shots at these types of laptops, and I think they weren’t extremely successful with the Dell Adamo so they came with the Dell Studio 14z which seems like a very well rounded laptop, not a powerhouse but not on a light weight diet.


  • Core 2 Duo Processors
  • NVIDIA GeForce 9400M Graphics Card
  • 5 GB Shared Ram
  • 5+ hours with 8 cell battery and this is more on the realistic side
  • Hi-Def Widescreen LED 14″ display with 720p HD resolution and HD+ 900p optional
  • Backlit Keyboard
  • 4.3 lbs
  • Wireless N and Bluetooth
  • 64 bit OS available

A fully loaded version with all the bells and whistles you could possibly choose costs $1964 after the discount which isn’t too bad.

Link: Dell