The Nintendo 64 controller, sixteen years after it was first introduced, still looks strange, foreign. And wholly unusable and uncomfortable. But it’s actually still one of the best controllers you’ll ever use. It’s unusual trident design and surprisingly precise joystick made playing games like Goldeneye a pleasure. If you owned a Nintendo 64 back in the day, chances are you’ve dabbled in using emulators on your computer; the only problem is using a stinking keyboard and mouse. So relive the glory days, back when companies turned out some of the best video games ever (Ocarina of time, Super Mario 64 and Conker’s Bad Fur Day come to mind). [$30 via ThinkGeek]

Nikon Coolpix S800c

Don’t get stuck using a camera company’s crummy proprietary apps, or some unknown and unusable photosharing service. Get up-to-speed and use a camera running… Android? It was inevitable, but there finally exists a point-and-shoot equipped with Google’s OS, albeit Android 2.3, that you’ll actually be able to purchase. For $350 — not all that bad — you’ll get a sleek cam with 16-megapixel CMOS sensor (1080p video capture), 3.5-inch touchscreen, Wi-Fi, GPS and, best of all, the ability to download apps from Google Play.

the-wrap-cable-organizerThe Wrap Cable Organizer

It’s just a cable organizer! No big deal. Uh, very big deal. If you’re like me, and possess a few OCD tendencies, then having a desk or room full of unorganized or unruly cables is not only frustrating, but borderline sickening. It’s weird. So seeing a product like this warms my heart and soul. I often resort to twist ties and the like, but this is muuuuuch more attractive and adds a bit of needed contrast (though it does come in white) to Apple’s white-only color palette. The Wrap costs just $10, but provides an exponentially more valuable working area devoid of knotted cables. I’ll take three. [via GearCulture]