Kobo’s new e-book reader has a 7.8″ 1872 x 1404 screen yet weighs just half a pound. It’s also waterproof and has an adjustable night mode that reduces blue light. It also has Wi-Fi, 8GB of storage and a battery that lasts up to a month per charge.
A smartphone accessory for home construction or improvement. Walabot uses a depth sensor and an app to provide a digital image of what’s behind walls, as well as how far they are inside. Use it to spot wires, pipes and more.
Wooden peripheral maker Grovemade teamed up with industrial designer Joey Roth to create a pair of beautiful speakers. Made of either solid maple or walnut, the speakers are CNC-machined on the inside with a back-loaded horn design to increase bass and reduce distortion.
A photography drone with several automatic tracking modes and a 3-axis gimbal that’s compatible with all GoPro cameras. Staaker can follow you from up to 165ft away thanks to the wearable tracker. It can fly at up to 50mph and lasts up to 30 min on its swappable battery.
An affordable dumb terminal for Android devices. The Superbook weighs 2lb and has an 11.6″ 1366 x 768 screen, a multitouch trackpad, a keyboard with Android keys, a USB Type-C port, and a battery that lasts up to 8h that also charges your device.
AR Designs claims it’s working on a wireless charging base for mobile devices that also doubles as a magnetic levitation display. It will supposedly have cases for most smartphones and tablets. In short, wait for it to be funded and released.
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