Rocket scientist Mark Rober and his pal spent about 3 years perfecting their invention. This motorized dartboard is designed to track a dart being thrown at it, and ensures a bulls-eye assuming you’re somewhere within its board. It also can make you miss every time.
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A bargain-priced, compact 3D printer made primarily from sturdy metal components. It not only can print PLA, PVA, ABS and Nylon, but offers modules for carving and laser engraving. Our main concern is the lack of an enclosure for containing noise, odors, and debris.
A USB charging cable with a combo plug that supposedly works with both Apple’s Lightning port and microUSB ports. The cases of Magbine’s connectors are also magnetized for easy storage, while the cable itself has a braided sleeve for durability.
Grab this pair of lightweight, weatherproof, wireless in-ear headphones for all your sports, fitness, and outdoor activities. They stream using Bluetooth 4.1 for the best audio quality, and provide up to 6 hours of playtime per charge. Save 72% over in The Awesomer Shop.
If you’re like us, you can never have enough charging cables. We can all use a spare for our travel bag or car, or as a spare in case we lose or break one. So be sure to grab this deal on a pack of three MFi-certified 10-foot Lightning to USB cables in The Awesomer Shop.
A user-friendly Internet solution for large households. Plume consists of multiple small routers that plug into a socket in each room. These tiny routers learn and adapt to your usage, and let you manage connected devices through a dead simple app.
A flat speaker that’s meant to sit and disappear under your big HDTV. It’s meant to serve both as a home theater speaker and as a music playback device just like other Sonos speakers. It has six mid-range drivers, three tweeters, and one woofer. Drops 4/4/17.
A big honkin’ waterproof speaker. Perfect for tailgating or job sites, with up 100w of power, Bluetooth, AM/FM, and analog audio sources. Its battery can deliver 75 hours of sound per charge and can juice up gadgets. A telescoping handle and wheels make for easy transport.
Ready to build your first iOS app? This bundle of online courses from instructor Rob Percival will teach you the basics of building apps for iOS – and includes training in both iOS 9 and iOS 10, as well as Swift 3. You’ll learn by doing, and make a variety of sample apps along the way.
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