Our team is gearing up for PlayStation Experience — and now you can do the same!
The PlayStation Gear store will be back and larger than ever at PSX. We'll be offering 150 products at the event, including more than 40 limited-edition items specific to PlayStation Experience. We'll be offering new items from your favorite games, including limited-edition PlayStation T-shirts.
Ahead of the holiday shopping season comes a new catalog of gifts from Canon Japan. The gifts are styled after the camera company's existing gear, including a coffee mug and travel thermos designed to resemble lenses, a pair of miniature USB flash drives that resemble classic Canon cameras, a photo album and thermal bottle with an illustrated history of Canon's camera collection, a lunch bag styled after a camera bag, and a picnic mat with illustrations.
Lexus has revealed pricing and specifications for the 2018 NX300 and NX300h, bringing new suspension tuning, sharper styling, more standard safety and a front-wheel drive option for F Sport buyers.
The NX engine lineup remains unchanged for 2018. The NX300 (formerly NX200t) is still powered by a 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbo making 175kW and 350Nm, hooked up to a six-speed automatic gearbox.
Tsukumo Japan hits back by offering you their latest 15.6-inch Full HD notebook, the G-GEAR note N1570K-700/T. Powered by a 2.80GHz Intel Core i7-7700HQ processor, this travel-friendly notebook is built with a 15.6-inch 1920 x 1080 Full HD LED-backlight display, an Intel HM175 Express Chipset, an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6GB graphics card, a 16GB DDR4 RAM and a 275GB M.2 SATA SSD.
Gearing up for the Italian round of the championship, Outsiders Yamaha Official Enduro Team riders Loïc Larrieu and Jamie McCanney are ready to take on what's promising to be a long and demanding weekend of racing.
Photographer Beautifully embroidered "do" breastplates for kendo are displayed on the shelves at Kobayashi Isshindo Budoguten, a Japanese martial arts equipment shop in Machiya, Arakawa Ward, Tokyo.
At the shop, which marks the 150th anniversary of its foundation this year, fourth-generation shop owner Reiko Inagaki, 64, is busy repairing the protective gear worn by kendo martial artists every day.