Star Trek Collectibles
In Star Trek XI, Nero was the swankiest dressed protagonist this side of the Hobus Star. He and his crew of rough-and-tumble space miners wear their futuristic alien fashions with style and elegance. Now, the latest in Romulan outwear can be yours for the taking. Thanks to contributor A.J. Gonzalez for sending us a link to the raddest thing ever. Senator Vreenak thanks you!CONTINUE READING >>
eFX, none for manufacturing extremely high quality “screen accurate” limited edition prop replicas and collectibles, just signed licensing agreements with CBS Consumer Products to create collectibles based on the classic Star Trek films and TV series. First up, the Mark IX Tricorder. Check out the press release below.CONTINUE READING >>
Looks like Amazon has a special edition version of J.J. Abrams' 'Star Trek' in the works. CONTINUE READING >>
I love the fact that, since the release of Star Trek XI, we're seeing an influx of Star Trek related accessories and collectables. It really is a fantastic time to be a Trek Fan. Let's call it our trek-aissance.
In this trek-aissance, what better way to tell your clientele that you rock out with your Spock out than with the latest offering from Vandor. An all metal Spock encrusted business card holder for your Vulcan pleasure.CONTINUE READING >>
Dream Cheeky has put out an officially licensed Star Trek communicator that connects to your PC via USB and works like a phone. It is compatible with applications such as Skype, MSN, AIM, and iChat. Also, as it is basically a microphone and handset speaker, it should be compatible with nearly any application that uses either. Thinkgeek.com has videos of it in action. (In a fairly funny way.)CONTINUE READING >>
On a recent trip to Etsy.com we noticed lots of Star Trek inspired handy crafts. What really caught our eye was the vast amount of Spock inspired items. Here are a few links to some of the Vulcan-ized items that we found.CONTINUE READING >>
The Skins Factory has just released another version of their popular Hyperdesk XP desktop theming series. Star Trek: Terran Empire Hypersuite offers users the ability to transform their XP Desktop into a completely themed Star Trek environment. A StarTrek: The Original Series Hypersuite is also available from Hyperdesk. Both will run $14.95 each.
About Star Trek: Terran Empire Hypersuite
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