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Vertu Ascent Ti Ferrari luxury phone

Posted in Mobile Phones by Conner Flynn on January 13th, 2011

If you have more money than common sense, here is your new phone. Vertu and Ferrari have teamed up to produce this latest luxury phone. It features a 2-inch QVGA sapphire crystal display and quadband 3G.

The case is made from forged titanium with a matte black PVD finish and the same hand stitched leather as the interior of the car itself. You better hurry if you want one though. Only 2,011 will be made. Very clever.

Hasselblad’s Ferrari H4D camera now available for €21,499

Posted in Cameras by Conner Flynn on November 26th, 2010

Hasselblad’s Ferrari-branded H4D medium format camera is now shipping to the wealthy among us. This is basically just an H4D with a Ferrari makeover. Not that that justifies the price.

Just 499 of these are available today. That’s how many insane rich folks they think might buy one. Each one costs €21,499 ($28,425) + tax.

Motorola Milestone Ferrari Edition

Posted in Motorola by Conner Flynn on October 3rd, 2010

The Motorola Milestone (Motorola Droid) might not be the latest and greatest phone anymore, but the guys over at Boy Genius have spotted a Ferrari-branded version of the phone, giving it some new life. It looks pretty good in Ferrari red.

The device has been produced in limited quantities of course and has been given to members of the board, as well as some vip customers. Specifications are the same as the standard Milestone, so it is simply a facelift.

Hasselblad H4D-31 camera goes all Ferrari on us

Posted in Cameras by Conner Flynn on September 22nd, 2010

What happens when two rich and famous brands get together? Well, you get a whole new beast. In this case, the Hasselblad H4D-31 camera sports Ferrari’s famous prancing horse logo over the familiar shade of red.

It retails for just under €10,000, so only serious douchebags need apply. This limited run of Ferrari-branded H4D medium format cameras will stop at just 499 units.

Oregon Scientific Maranello Ferrari Speedometer Line Projection Clock

Posted in Oregon Scientific by Conner Flynn on September 14th, 2010

Make your room all vroom vroom with the Oregon Scientific FSP301A-K Maranello Ferrari Speedometer Line Projection Clock. It features an eye-safe LED projector that will rotate 180 degrees with focus adjustment. It will also deliver the weather forecast with weather icons and the time can be set by synchronizing the clock and calendar to the official U.S. atomic clock via radio frequency broadcast.

The alarm sound is also selectable between a Ferrari racing engine sound or a standard beep alarm. Sadly no peeling out sound. The Oregon Scientific Maranello Ferrari Speedometer Line Projection Clock will cost you $154.99.

Acer unveils Liquid E Ferrari smartphone

Posted in Acer by Conner Flynn on June 1st, 2010

This new special edition Ferrari branded Acer Liquid E Smartphone is certainly eye catching. The special edition device is expected to land in the pockets of those with plenty of disposable income, where it will be powered by a Snapdragon processor and equipped with a 3.5 inch capacitive touchscreen display, a 5 mega pixel camera with auto focus, Wi-Fi and GPS.

It also comes with preloaded exclusive Ferrari content like Ferrari videos, images and wallpapers, along with Ferrari ring tones that imitate Ferrari engines.

Thrustmaster Ferrari Wireless GT Cockpit 430 Scuderia Edition racing wheel

Posted in Games by Conner Flynn on May 26th, 2010

Thrustmaster has introduced its newest high-end gaming accessory, a new racing wheel designed to put PlayStation 3 and PC gamers in the game and in the poor house. The Ferrari Wireless GT Cockpit 430 Scuderia Edition is a complete wireless cockpit rig which weighs 23 pounds.

Looking like a complete tool in your living room? Priceless. The wheel measures 11-inches in diameter, and it’s said to be an exact replica of the Ferrari 430 Scuderia, complete with all-metal pedals. It will arrive in June if you really want to convince her to divorce you.

Ferrari F1 Chair goes nowhere fast

Posted in Furniture by Conner Flynn on February 14th, 2010

If you are a Ferrari fan, than designer Arthur Q. Reyes, Jr. has designed something that you may just love. This chair will make Ferrari Formula One fans very comfortable, whether you are watching the races or just relaxing.

It took three years to make and includes speakers in the headrest, subs for bass and another speaker on top. The foot rest is designed to look like the front of the car and can also hold your LCD TV. There’s even space for a gaming console or DVD player.

Thrustmaster unveils Ferrari gamepads

Posted in Controllers by Conner Flynn on September 10th, 2009

Thrustmaster unveils Ferrari gamepadsHere’s one gamepad that looks vroom vroom fast while standing still. These exclusive Thrustmaster gamepads are for the PS3 and PC. They are wireless and of course detailed with Ferrari stylings. The wireless versions are the Ferrari Wireless Gamepad 430 Scuderia and the F1 Wireless Gamepad Ferrari F60.

You won’t pick up any hot babes with these in your hands, but they do look pretty cool and they ship this October for $49.99 each, unless you want a wired version for $10 less.

Atom PC in a toy Ferrari

Posted in PCs by Conner Flynn on June 3rd, 2009

Atom PC in a toy Ferrari Yesterday we saw a PC in a vase at Computex, today it’s an Atom-based net-top in a Ferrari. There isn’t much info about it. We simply know that it has the guts of a netbook and appears to be sticking it’s tongue out in the form of a CD tray.

The body is custom-molded as well as the optical drive tray. I proclaim thee a thing of awesomeness. Other things we would like to see PCs crammed inside? Luke Skywalker’s landspeeder, Barbie’s Dream car and the Batmobile, just to name a few.

Schimmel “Ferrari” piano

Posted in Musical Instruments by Conner Flynn on April 5th, 2009

Schimmel "Ferrari" pianoUp until recently, Pianos hadn’t really changed very much. Ever. But lately Schimmel has taken the piano and evolved it in great quantum leaps. Like the Pegasus grand piano for instance. This particular incarnation pictured above makes it look like the piano will take off and take you for a wild ride.

It’s dubbed the Schimmel Pegasus Guoqin. It sports the Ferrari Rosso Red finish and styling, only missing the horse logo. I guess it isn’t officially endorsed. The price is $410,000. Which means, if you can afford this, you likely already own a Ferrari.

MOTORAZR2 V9 Ferrari special edition for Malaysia

Posted in Mobile Phones,MOTORAZR by Conner Flynn on April 1st, 2009

MOTORAZR2 V9 Ferrari special edition for MalaysiaThe MOTORAZR2 V9 Ferrari Special Edition is constructed using plastic, metal and glass with a gloss black finish that is sure to get all smudged up with fingerprints. The handset will be available as a special edition in Malaysia.

Priced at $384, the phone is pretty much the same as the normal version of the phone. The MOTORAZR2 V9 Ferrari also features special edition Ferrari screensavers, wallpapers and ringtones if you’re into that sort of thing.

Acer Ferrari 1200 laptop

Posted in Acer by Conner Flynn on February 1st, 2009

Acer Ferrari 1200 laptopLooks like Acer’s Ferrari Laptop just got an upgrade. The brand new Ferrari 1200 features the newer AMD ultra processor Turion X2. Acer decided to keep the carbon fiber and it still has the backlit LED display like the previous Ferrari 1000. You’ll get 4GB of DDR2 memory too. While Acer isn’t saying much about the specs of the 1200, we know it has a webcam and bluetooth based VoIP for internet telephony.

No word on price yet, but it’s available in the UK. Then in the US and rest of the world at some point. Hey, if you are lucky enough to drive the car, why not? Or maybe this is as close as you will get to a Ferrari. Either way, it’s all good.

Ferrari V4 Superbike concept

Posted in Automotive by Conner Flynn on September 24th, 2008

Ferrari V4 Superbike conceptSomething just had sex with my eyes and it’s the Ferrari V4 Superbike concept, but instead of having a smoke and cuddling I made a lame excuse and left so I could tell you all about it. This has to be the absolute best attempt at a Ferrari motorcycle. The concept is the work of Israeli designer Amir Glinik, who based his design around the theoretical application of the Ferrari Enzo’s V12 engine, chopped down to four cylinders and modified to drive just one wheel in a motorcycle.

Glinik’s design has a sleek shape that is futuristic, but thoroughly ridable and it catches your attention like a long-legged blonde in a room full of Ugly Bettys. Glinik even planned out the controls, blending elements from an F-16 fighter jet and the high-tech Formula One steering wheel. It even sports a weatherproof touch-screen LCD on the fuel tank. This is one that I think anybody would want to see built.

Ferrari Go-Cart with dashboard computer

Posted in Personal Transport by Conner Flynn on April 17th, 2008

Ferrari Go-Cart with dashboard computer
This pint sized $2,400 Ferrari FXX Exclusive means business. It’s a great way to encourage your kids to worship overpriced sportscars. It’s a pedal go-cart with some nice details like spoilers, 7 gears, 12-inch lightweight metal wheel rims, and perhaps the coolest feature: A digital dashboard computer for keeping an eye on your speed and lap times.

It uses pedal power so your kid will be safe assuming he isn’t on a Kool-Aid sugar rush, which is about the only way they’ll reach dangerous speeds. It will only cost you £1239 in real-life gas money.

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