A crazy cool modular single-voice analog synthesizer that’ll have you cranking out fat beats, crunchy noises, and amazing electronic sounds for your musical creations. It works completely standalone, or can be controlled by studio apps, sequencers, or keyboards via MIDI.
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We have a hard enough time keeping two balls in the air at the same time, but this robotic contraption is able to deftly juggle five balls at once. It’s even smart enough to detect when a ball is intentionally dropped and resumes without skipping a beat.
A portable printer that quickly outputs copies of Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and other images on your phone onto 2″ x 3″ mini prints. Each glossy print has a peel-off sticky back so you can slap them on notebooks, laptops, and other surfaces. Sticker packs cost $10 for 20 sheets.
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An awesome time capsule of what life was like on the Internet more than 20 years ago, just as it was starting to take off. If you remember Netscape, dial-up modems, or Excite!, you’ll get a kick out of this old VHS tape. We like he calls URLs “YEEERLS.”
While there are lots of surround sound systems that claim to be “wireless,” all of the ones we’re aware of still require the speakers be plugged into power. ONEaudio’s system uses DECT tech and 2″ rechargeable soundpods to eliminate all wires. Available in 2.1, 5.0 and 5.1 configs.
A truly unique USB condenser microphone for recording voiceovers, podcasts, or other vocals on your computer. Its bold black and yellow swivel boom arm design will look great on your desk even when you’re not using it. Includes a honeycomb filter for reducing “pop.”
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