A record player that streams to Sonos and Airplay devices as well as over Bluetooth. It can even turn your Spotify account into a radio channel by streaming music through the service. The catch? It has no wired output options.
A set of high tech bike lights that hold in place with powerful magnets. The headlight and rear brake light offer bright turn signals, and the rear light also projects a laser perimeter on both sides of your bike. A power-saving mode adjusts their intensity based on ambient light.
This simple, yet incredibly useful gadget for frequent flyers securely holds a drink and your mobile device on airplane seat backs without having to open your tray table. Holds smartphones and tablets up to 7-1/2″ tall, and includes an attachment for holding cans.
Get the inside skinny on everything your car’s computer knows with this dashboard plugin. This gadget connects with your smartphone to track fuel efficiency, driving habits, engine health, as well as notify you when you’re over the speed limit among other things.
Waterproof, crushproof, shockproof, dustproof, and freezeproof, this action camera is ready to take on whatever you throw at it, shooting 4K video via a wide-angle F2.0 lens, with 5-axis image stabilization, and built in GPS, compass, altitude sensor, and accelerometers.
Practice your ping pong game with Trainerbot. Use its app to specify a shot type, spin and location and it will get it right every time. You can also program a string of shots as one drill, or play right away with its random, smash and beginner modes. It holds up to 30 balls.
Add macro, wide angle and fisheye capabilities to almost any smartphone camera with this bargain-priced 3-in-1 lens kit. The lenses attach and detach easily using strong magnetic rings which adhere around your phone’s camera lens.
Google takes over your smartphone’s keyboard with its latest app. The simple, yet effective tool adds quick and easy access to Google search without leaving your keyboard. Also includes a swipe keyboard, GIF and emoji search built in. Surprisingly, it’s not out for Android.
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