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Mini Museum

One of the best parts about going to a museum is the ability to look at rare artifacts from across the world — and beyond. The Mini Museum lets you do exactly that, right from your own desk. Available in small (11 specimens), medium (22) and large (33) sizes, each museum is handcrafted, encased in resin, and individually numbered. What's inside? Only some of the craziest, rarest stuff imaginable, including some of the oldest matter ever collected, chunks of dinosaur egg, pieces of the Berlin Wall, and even chips of a T-Rex tooth.

  • Parrot MiniDrone

    Parrot's AR.Drone 2.0 has long been the go-to quadricopter for tech-loving enthusiasts, but now you can get into the flying game without taking up a huge amount of space in your home with the Parrot MiniDrone ($TBA). This palm-sized flying toy connects to your phone or tablet via Bluetooth Smart, and is packed to the gills with sensors that help make it easy to fly. And unlike its big brother, it also includes two ultra-light indoor wheels that allow it to roll on the floor or ceiling before taking back off into mid-air. Coming soon to the airspace near you.

  • Lego The Simpsons

    In perhaps the most anticipated pop culture collaboration of a lifetime, everyone's favorite yellow minifigs and the cartoon world's most famous yellow family have finally joined forces. Lego The Simpsons ($200) will take two forms. The first, a Lego set, depicting the Simpson family's home painstakingly recreated in brick form — complete with minifigs of Bart, Lisa, Maggie, Homer, Marge, and Ned Flanders. The second, a Lego-themed episode of The Simpsons planned to air on FOX in May of this year. The set is sure to please longtime Simpsons fans, with plenty of incredible details including the family's car, Bart's skateboard, a radioactive isotope, and much more. We can think of no better way to celebrate the show's 25th year than this iconic partnership. Expect the set in Lego stores this February.