The Complete New Yorker
In case you are a New Yorker fanatic (the newspaper, not the NY city) this item will certainly interest you, it is a digital copy of the entire New Yorker archive which goes from February 1925 to April 2006, more than 75 years worth of news (81 years to be exact). The content comes in a small 3-inch x 5-inch, portable and brushed aluminum hard drive with a storage capacity of 80GB, it’s not full of data (there are 750MB of free space) so the next time The New Yorker creates an update you’ll able to add more stuff on to the drive.
Besides the main content which are the news there are also poems, short stories, cartoons and ads. After installing The Complete New Yorker software which is included in a CD you just need to plug the drive on a USB port and get ready to spend hours exploring old but interesting news – over 4,000 issues and half a million pages. One particular requirement is the screen resolution – 1024 x 768 – so if you have a really old-school computer you won’t be able to view the content.
The Complete New Yorker is available for Pre-Order and costs $300.
Check the Virtual Tour of the DVD version for more details.