The Motorola Z Droid already has a good camera. But if you're relying on your phone to be your only camera, "good" isn't good enough. That's where the Hasselblad True Zoom Camera comes in. Taking full advantage of the Z's Moto Mods back connector, the True Zoom adds a 1/2.3-inch 12-megapixel sensor that has bigger pixels for increased image quality and a 10x optical zoom. There's also an upgraded flash, a real shutter button and grip, and the ability to shoot in RAW, and since it's literally attached to your phone, it makes it super-easy to share your best shots.
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For Issue 02, we flew down to Cuba to do some long-awaited exploring, gathering all of the cigars and rum the island has to offer. We then returned stateside and dug up even more. In Southern California, we visited the garage-oasis of Mercedes Motoring and obsessed over their immaculate collection of classic Benzes. We wrapped things up with edited guides full of machetes, submarines, golf equipment, sneakers, watches, and skateboards, among other gear.
If you're an indecisive trader — or if you're buying a gift for someone who is — check out this whimsical die. The Buy Sell Hold Die from Tiffany & Co. ($75) is a half-inch sterling silver cube with the word "Buy" "Sell" or "Hold" on each side, making decisions about the future of your finances as simple as a roll of the dice. Note: The die is not in any way correct all the time. Use at your own risk.
Ever since our first Xmas with the Game Boy, we've loved Tetris. Now you can spread the love around your cubicle, kitchen, or home office with the Tetrius Magnet Set ($10). The set includes seven different Tetris-shaped magnets, which you can fit together to resemble a round of the famous game, or just show your love by actually using them as magnets. Either way, they're too cool and too cheap to pass up. [via]