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Ultimate Deck

These will take a little getting used to. Created in collaboration with design agency Stranger & Stranger, the Ultimate Deck ($25-$65) is a one-of-a-kind deck of playing cards that is the "most expensive deck ever produced," according to its makers. In total, the deck features 54 unique designs — one for each card — as well as a unique back design and a tuck-case boasting embossed elements and foil accents. Available as a standard deck or as an uncut sheet for display; the latter includes a matching deck, as well.

  • GameStick

    The new Wii's already in stores, and a new Xbox and Playstation can't be far behind — but if you think those are your only TV gaming options, you're missing out. The GameStick ($80) is the latest independent, Android-based console to hit Kickstarter. Powered by an Jelly Bean, this unique system consists of a dongle that draws all its power over HDMI and a sleek Bluetooth 4.0 controller with dual analog sticks. As far as specs go, you'll find 1GB of RAM, 8GB of storage, and 802.11n Wi-Fi for downloading new content. Want to take the action with you on the road? Just unplug the dongle and slide it into the dedicated slot inside the controller.

  • James De Wulf Pool Table

    And you thought your concrete ping pong table was cool. The James De Wulf Pool Table ($16,000-$18,000) is the next concrete creation from the artist, measuring 101" x 57" x 32", and built to be both minimalist and within regulation. Thanks to its concrete build, it's suitable for use indoors or out, although be prepared to cough up a little extra dough for the outdoor version, which arrives with rubber pockets, outdoor felt, and four graphite cues.