You paid a fortune to get your impossibly vintage-looking Jag-Stang just the way you wanted it, so why are you carrying it from gig to gig in a pedestrian case? The Brixton x Fender Guitar Case ($200) is worthy of carrying such a lovingly-crafted axe, with a vintage-inspired design, solid construction, and a near guarantee that it won't be mistaken for the opening band's gear. [Scouted by Eric]
We're still not convinced that they're appropriate for use in public — or anywhere else, for that matter — but if you're unconcerned with appearances, these Epson Moverio Video Glasses ($TBA) should provide as good of a portable viewing experience as you'll find. Powered by Android 2.2, the Moverio offers 1GB of built-in memory, an included 4GB SD card which can be replaced by cards packing up to 32GB of storage, Wi-Fi, built-in Dolby Mobile 2 stereo earphones, transparent lenses for see-through viewing, QHD screens that are the equivalent of watching a 320-inch screen from 20 meters away, and support for side-by-side 3D content.
And you thought film was dead. The Lomography LomoKino ($80-$100) looks to bring analogue filmmaking back to the masses by letting you record 144 shots on one roll of 35mm film by simply loading it up and turning the crank, giving you 50-60 seconds of LomoMovie. Any type of 35mm film can be used for different effects, and the lomokinoscope (included in the $100 package) will let you play back the developed film by pointing it at a light source and — once again — turning the crank. Interesting subject matter not included.