The Eve V is a crowdsourced Windows tablet-laptop hybrid. It can be configured with a mobile Core i7 CPU, 16GB RAM and 512GB SSD. It has a 12.3″ 2736 x 1824 IGZO LCD touchscreen and four speakers. Ports include two USB 3, one USB 3.1 Type-C and one Thunderbolt 3 Type-C.
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Amp up your gameplay with Razer’s awesome sounding USB headphones. They offer an immersive 360º virtual soundfield, and can be set up with unique profiles for individual games. The built-in noise-cancelling mic is perfect for voice chats. Save 33% in The Awesomer Shop.
Despite measuring just 8.5″ x 8.5″ x 2.28″, HP’s new desktop system packs a punch, which can be kitted out with workstation-class parts like an Intel Xeon E3-12XXv5 CPU, NVIDIA Quadro M620 (mobile) GPU w/2GB VRAM, a speedy M.2 SSD, and up to 32GB ECC DDR4 RAM.
An internet router for parents looking for an easy way to manage their family’s online activity. Gryphon comes with an app that lets you see everyone’s browsing history, allow access to websites or turn off online access temporarily and more.
A smartwatch for race car drivers. Its windshield-mounted sensor automatically identifies track location, and sends the watch lateral Gs, lap times, top speed, sector times, and more. An interchangeable analog movement provides versatility off the track.
A pair of tiny and wireless sensors that let you play drums using only drumsticks and a MIDI smartphone app such as GarageBand. It works with both iOS and Android. You can even buy a second pair and strap them to your feet to mimic pedals.
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.
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