With winter time right around the corner, it's time to start building up your defense for the onslaught of colds and other illnesses. The Humanair ($TBA) is certainly deserving of a roster spot, with patented Clean Air Zone technology that removes up to 99% of pollutants, dust, and contaminants from the air, leaving you with fresh, clean, and most importantly healthy air.

  • Vuzix Wrap 920 Video Eyewear

    Don't let your movie experience suffer because you're without your big screen and surround sound. With Vuzix Wrap 920 Video Eyewear ($250) you get the experience of a 67-inch screen, and with thier high resolution display and noise-isolating earphones, these glasses are ideal for any 2D or 3D movie on the go.

  • Apple 1

    Own a piece of computing history with this Apple 1 ($160,000 and up). This classic computer may not be all that useful, but it and that materials it comes with -- including an invoice dated to December 1976 with the infamous $666.66 price listing, a letter to the customer signed by Steve Jobs, a copy of Basic on cassette, the owner's manual with Apple's original logo on the cover, and even the box it shipped in — are worth far more than their functionality would suggest. Of course, you'd probably be better off just spending the money on Apple stock, but if you've got over $100K to drop on a basically useless computer, odds are you're already doing okay.

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