Swatch Touch Watch
We’ll be the first to admit that Swatch — better known for its crazy, stackable neon designs — was about the last company we expected to drop a touchscreen digital watch. Yet that’s exactly what the Swatch Touch Watch is. Using funky on-screen digits that blend in well with the control indicators at the bottom, it offers up the time, date, and even a chronograph, all accessible with a touch — and swipe — of the finger.
Samsung Series 9 Monitors
Sammy’s been in the news a lot lately for ripping off Apple’s designs, but it’s giving the boys from Cupertino a run for their money with these new Samsung Series 9 Monitors. Sporting an ultra-sleek aluminum design, the Series 9 features quad high-definition (QHD) resolution, professional-grade Plane Line Switching technology, anti-glare, edge-to-edge glass displays, height-adjustable stands, and round bases which house a plethora of connections, including DisplayPort, Dual Link DVI, HDMI, MHL, and USB, along with 7W stereo speakers. Arriving on a desktop near you in March.
Price: $1,200 and up
Thor Ice Scraper
What better name for a burly ice scraper than that of a Nordic god-turned-comic hero? The Thor Ice Scraper drops the hammer on ice and snow with a double-blade design so you can scrape with forward and backward motions, a front handle for added force, a telescoping arm so you can reach all the way across your vehicle with ease, and a front plow for blasting away snow.