It’s hard to convince your poker buddies to raise the weekly stakes if you’re playing with chips that cost less than the beer they bring with them. This Dunhill Poker Set ($700) can take care of that situation, and then some. It includes three hundred aluminum chips in various colors, five poker dice, and two packs of silver-edged Alfred Dunhill playing cards, all housed in a carbon fiber box with a sliding lid. Next thing you know, you’ll have to establish a dress code. [Scouted by Erik]
It takes most people years to acquire a reasonable amount of add-on junk for the console of their choice — but if you lack the time and have the money the Pinel & Pinel Arcade PS Trunk ($90,000) can have you gaming like an old pro on day one. This insane set includes a PS3, two Formula 1 racing seats with Thrustmaster steering wheels, a selection of 24 PS 3 games, an 1,800-watt sound system, a Playstation Move camera, four Move controllers, two Move shooter guns, four PS3 wireless buzzers, four Dualshock 3 controllers, two arcade fighting sticks, a 55″ Sony TV, and four pairs of 3D glasses, all of which is housed in a custom trunk that’s covered in calfskin and measures just 51″ x 55″ x 36″ when closed.
No worries about this one ending up like the rickety table at the neighborhood bar. This Electropolished Steel Foosball Table ($4,000) is crafted in Spain from the aforementioned electropolished steel and hardy iroko wood. It features metal players and built-in levelers for keeping things perfect even when that surface isn’t, all of which combines to make it rugged enough for outdoor use — even if you’re unlikely to ever take it outside.
It takes skill to create a DJ console that looks as good in your house as it would in a club. The Bad Habits Made-To-Order DJ Console (£750; roughly $1,200) boasts such a look, with a simple base that harkens back to classic setups from clubs like Studio 54, plenty of racking for mixers and other components, and your choice of finishes, materials, and either two or three turntable slots.
Bring your iOS playtime off your device and into the real world with these Moto TC RC Cars ($30-$60). Available in large Monster truck or smaller Racer varieties, each is controlled via app, letting you use virtual controls — or accelerometer movements — to guide the vehicle. While the Monster connects via Bluetooth, the Racer comes with a RF transmitter — but either way, they’re both compatible with most newer iPhones, iPod touches, and iPads.
We don’t know where you’re going to find content to watch on it, but if you like to be as future-proof as possible with your purchases, it might be time to consider this LG 84-Inch 4K 3D TV ($20,000). Boasting a mammoth 84-inch, 3840 x 2160 4K — oh, sorry, it’s “Ultra High Definition” now — panel, it also offers 3D technology, a new Magic Remote, Smart TV capabilities with access to over 1,400 apps, a 2.2 speaker system, and Dual Play, a new feature that lets gamers play head-to-head, full screen on the same screen. [via]
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