Love Hultén’s Pixel Vision 2.0 is a much smaller and thinner portable retro console than the original one he released back in 2015. Available in a one piece or clamshell design, it can store over 10,000 games and plays SNES, Megadrive, Game Boy games and more.
The latest masterpiece from Icon’s Derelict line is this 1949 Mercury Coupe that has been infused with electric power. Inside is a Stealth EV dual electric motor that produces 400 hp and 470 lb-ft of torque. A Tesla battery gives it a range of up to 200 mi.
The Feher ACH-1 is said to be the first self-contained air conditioned helmet available to the public. Using similar tech to ventilated car seats, it has a small convection system and and air flow lining that keeps your head cool while riding without adding too much bulk.
Some of the best bookshelf speakers we’ve ever heard, the A300s push out tremendous volume with crystal clarity. They feature built-in amplification, Bluetooth, RCA, XLR, and optical inputs, and punch out frequencies from 40Hz to 40kHz. Read our full review on Technabob.
The King of Cool had lots of sports cars and motorcycles in his collection, but he also showed some love to World War II’s workhorse, the Willys Overland Jeep. This Jeep has been fully renovated and recommissioned to its specifications when it was in McQueen’s hands.
Analogue’s latest high-def retro console is for Sega fans. The Mega Sg uses FPGA tech, not software emulation, to play Genesis, Mega Drive and Master System cartridges. A separate adapter for the Game Gear and other consoles is also planned. Drops 4/2019 for $190.
From luxury goods maker Montblanc and watchmaker Firstbeat, the Summit 2 packs an advanced digital running coach that makes recommendations to improve cardiorespiratory fitness, and much more. Features a unisex 42mm case, water resistance, and GPS tracking.
Vollebak’s Planet Earth hoodie is made from Australian merino wool and fleece. These materials keep you warm in the cold and cool in the heat. The hoodie is also stretchable and is naturally odor-repellent. Its hood and separate collar can be worn in four different ways.
Devialet’s one-of-a-kind Phantom speakers are as huge as they are pricey. But the entry-level Phantom Reactor is at least within a mortal’s reach. The speaker packs the same room-filling, distortion-free sound as its bigger brothers, but in a smaller and less costly package.
You spent thousands on your camera gear, so why tote it around in an ugly nylon pack? Vi Vante’s premium leather camera bags feature the kind of quilting that you might find on the seats of six-figure luxury car, while offering the protection your equipment deserves.
Expand Furniture’s Alzare is a coffee table that can easily be transformed into a dining table. It uses a hydraulic lift mechanism and wheels on its legs to adjust the table’s height and footprint. If you need more space, its surface can be unfolded to twice its size.
Goodbye chunky Alienware laptops. The upcoming m15 has a 15.6″ screen yet looks more like a 13″ laptop thanks to its thin side bezels. It comes in 1080p or 4K variants, has 8th Gen Intel CPUs and maxes out with a GTX 1070 GPU. Drops 10/25/18 starting at $1299.
Microsoft improves its premium all-in-one PC. It’s faster, and the Surface Studio 2’s 28″, 4500 x 3000 resolution touchscreen display is now brighter and has more contrast. Its storage maxes out with a 2TB SSD, while its GPU can be either a GTX 1060 or a GTX 1070.