The Z combines a joystick, analog buttons and half of a keyboard in one familiar form. It has removable feet that adds tilt and pivot controls, while sensors add mid-air gesture detection. It also has two tiers of buttons above the left and right click buttons for easy access.
Bosch powers some of the best electric bikes with their integrated crank-based drive unit that offers a more natural and balanced feel than wheel-mounted motors. Assistive drive makes you feel like you have bionic legs with speeds up to 28 mph, and from 30 to 100mi range.
These amazing wheels allow a car to not only move in the typical directions, but to turn on a dime or move sideways. Their inventor says they’re driven using 24,000 pounds of torque directly on the tires, and are more precise and durable than prior omni-directional wheels.
Upgrade your sound and lose the wires with these lightweight Bluetooth earbuds from Acesori. They’re easy to carry, won’t ever get tangled, and store neatly thanks to magnets. A microphone and controls let you accept phone calls, and change tracks on the go. Save 57%.
An upcoming note-taking app for iOS and OS X devices that’s lightweight yet versatile. Use it to make quick notes, to-do lists, essays, programs and more. It has essential word processing tools such as word count and saves files as plain text but can export in various formats.
The idime is a tiny and coin-shaped external flash storage device for iPhones. It comes with a USB adapter and a Lightning adapter to make it easier to transfer files to and from PCs or other iOS devices. It also has an optional magnetic iPhone case connector.
Creating commercials for new cars can be challenging because the cars aren’t always yet in production. The Mill’s amazing contraption acts a stand-in for virtually any car, simulating its length, width, wheels, and driving dynamics. CG artists can then wrap it in any virtual body.