Designed by Crispin Jones, Tengu ($50) is an iPod-like USB creature that lip syncs to your music using his red LED face. He's got seven different facial expressions, and works with any PC or Mac. Don't blame us if Tengu gives you a WTF look when iTunes starts playing "A Bay Bay."

  • DirecTV Sat-Go

    The DirecTV Sat-Go ($1,500) is the world's first portable satellite TV system and the ultimate tailgating accessory. The briefcase-like design integrates a 17-inch LCD screen, DirecTV Receiver, flat antenna, and a rechargeable lithium-ion battery. The easy-to-carry unit also includes AC/DC adaptors for home and car. With no installation required, you'll be set up and watching SportsCenter within minutes.

  • Asahi Beerbot

    If there's anything we like more than robots, it's beer-pouring robots. The Asahi Beerbot ($800) became an internet star when videos of it first appeared, and now you have the chance to own one yourself. The 'bot stores and refrigerates six cans — although it was designed for 350ml Japanese cans, it works with 355ml American cans just fine — and features a programmable voice, cleaning mode, and child lock. Beer. Pouring. Robot.

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