On Wednesday, February 29th, Nike released a limited supply of their sexy, new Nike+ Fuelband's. And sold out.
And for those wondering what the heck it is, the Nike+ Fuelband tracks your physical activity throughout the day. Similar to the other products in the Nike+ series, your Fuelband activity is meant to be shared online to encourage competition and fitness. Or you can simply wear it as a fancy watch.
The wristbands went on sale at 5PM EST and were gone in less than an hour. There was also a Pre-Order sale on January 19th - which also sold out. Whether this is a clever marketing-ploy or lack of resources, the Fuelband has definitely reached hot, unattainable item status. The @NikeFuel Twitter feed is literally streaming hundreds of apologies to empty-handed customers.
If you're looking to get one for yourself, stay tuned here. Or if you were lucky enough to get one, tell us if it's worth the $149.
Vizio has announced plans for an all-in-one PC which includes a slew of machines readied in their arsenal. Plans feature a 24- and 27-inch all-in-one and a 14-inch and 15.6-inch ULV-powered ultrabook which will be powered by Windows. With May as a suspected release date, industry insiders point to Intel’s forthcoming Ivy Bridge processor as being a major part of the offering. Stay tuned for specific specs as well as an official release date.
The Omega Seamaster series is a collection of water-resistant dress watches most notably worn by James Bond. Although gadgets to prevent villains from world dominance are manufactured separately, you can still get your hands on the state of the art Aqua Terra Golf. Featuring a new and practical watch escapement for the first time in 250 years, the Co-Axial movement will deliver perfection far out-lasting traditional Swiss lever escapements. As a result of this innovative upgrade, Omega guarantees this soon-to-be classic for four years. The stainless steel, white gold accented Aqua Terra Golf will be available in November for $4,600 USD.