Submarine looks like a shark, jumps 12 feet into the air, article/gallery.
Price: "upwards of $100,000". I would actually have expected more. This is after all a product with a very limited production run, I'm sure, and those don't have the economics of scale to push down price.
Actually, I don't think we generally realize how much economics of scale, mass production, is doing to make things cheap. You can get a DVD player these days practically for the price of a ten-pack of cigarettes. Imagine what it cost to create the first one, and what the price would have been if there was only a market for ten of them.
But we get used to things very quickly, and instead of being grateful for the amazing bounty that industry is giving us, we get pee'd off if we have paid $200 for a digital camera and then see we could have gotten it somewhere else for $170.
"We put two dollars worth of medical insurance in every keyboard we sell. Now, I can tell you, I mean I can buy a keyboards from the Far East vendors today for three bucks."
And this is after they have been shipped around the world!