The Timex IQ+ Move is designed to look like a traditional analog timepiece. It tracks steps and distance, calories burned, and sleep habits, and can sync time precisely with your phone. It’s not as feature rich as other smartwatches, but we much prefer the styling of these.
Assuming you don’t keep a flash or a microphone in your camera’s hot shoe, this nifty gadget provides a new and easy way to carry your camera, with a sturdy quick-release aluminum handle that slides into that spot. It’s also great for stabilizing low-angle shots.
The THX sound, the Mac and Windows startup tones, the Nokia ringtone, and the Intel Inside music are all immediately recognizable. Two sound experts explain the psychology and conceptual approach behind such memorable auditory cues.
The Spontaneous Pop Up Display (SPUD) is a 720p pico projector which sits behind a 24″ 16:9 projection screen. The screen opens up like an umbrella, then folds over the projector when not in use. The whole setup weighs less than 2lb. The projector lasts up to 10h per charge.
A USB charger for neat freaks. Eclipse can house up to three USB cables – three USB-A, or two USB-A and one USB-C – and delivers power at up to 3A. It reveals the cables and lights up with a press of its touch-sensitive lid, and can be placed on a table or wall mounted.
Take your tunes anywhere with HomeSpot’s rugged Bluetooth speaker. It’s IP66 rated, so it can handle big splashes, drops, and dust, making it perfect for boating, rafting, camping and the beach. Has dual 6W drivers, and offers NFC pairing. Save 62% in The Awesomer Shop.
Pay what you want to learn the ins and outs of hacking, and use what you learn to help secure your personal or business computer systems from evildoers. This extensive online series offers 63 hours of training, and is available for a limited time through The Awesomer Shop.
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