The SmartHalo 2 is a tiny multipurpose device for cyclists. It uses its minimal, yet intuitive interface to provide turn-by-turn directions, blare a loud anti-theft alarm, and measure cycling metrics such as distance and calories burned. It also has a powerful LED headlight.
Apple’s refresh of the Mac Pro brings back its modular and well-ventilated cheese grater design. But the future-proofing doesn’t stop there. It can be maxed out with a 28-core 2.5Ghz Intel Xeon CPU, a whopping 1.5TB of RAM, and up to four GPUs. While you’ve got your credit card out, add on the 32″ 6K Pro Display XDR.
Dyson’s unusual looking Pure Cool Me fan isn’t just designed to cool you off. It’s got a replaceable HEPA air filter and activated carbon filter in the base that removes 99.97% of dust, pollutants, and other unhealthy allergens, so the air isn’t just cool, it’s clean.
Spansive’s sleek docking station lets you wirelessly charge up to four phones at once. Power is delivered throughout the entire surface of the structure, and gets delivered to your devices even through thick phone cases. It also has two USB-A charging ports.
Bose’s new Smart Noise Cancellation Headphones 700 – we know, it’s a mouthful – are the company’s best noise-cancelling cans yet. The level of noise cancellation can also be adjusted via touch controls, along with music playback and calls. It also has a built-in microphone.
New Wave Toys adds to its collection of tiny, working arcade machines, with this 12″ tall (sixth-scale) replica of the Atari classic Tempest. Its wood cabinet is accurate to every detail, with a screen optimized for vector-style graphics, and a rotary control with swappable caps. Save 16% in The Awesomer Shop!
Have you ever gotten a box from Amazon that’s way too big for the item packed inside? The CMC Cartonwrap 1000 solves this problem by scanning the item to be packed inside, then making a custom-sized box for it. It’s not ideal for fragile items, though it looks like they’re working on that.
The ASUS ROG Strix XG17 is the ultimate monitor for gamers on the go. Its 17.3″ 1080p IPS display has a refresh rate of up to 240Hz for smooth and tear-free graphics. It lasts up to 3h per charge and has a pair of 1W speakers, two USB-C ports and a micro-HDMI port. Drops Q4 2019.
Fundian’s Power Vessel is a versatile mini Bluetooth keyboard. It works with PCs, iOS, and Android devices. It has a joystick, a d-pad, left and right bumpers, and left- and right-click mouse buttons. It also has a backlit keyboard and a 3.5mm input. It lasts up to 30h per charge.
Ferrari’s latest supercar delivers 985hp combined horsepower and a 0-to-62mph time of 2.5s, thanks to an all-wheel drive hybrid gas/electric powertrain. It still packs a powerful V8 in back for that iconic exhaust note. Plus, you can plug it in, and get about 25km of pure electric range.
SCUF Gaming’s pro Xbox One controller is customizable. It comes with two pairs of thumb sticks, four programmable and removable paddles, adjustable triggers, and a battery that lasts up to 30h per charge. You can also order faceplates and thumbsticks in different colors.
The 5.5″ version of Amazon’s visual voice assistant is a bargain compared to its big brother. In addition to music playback and smarthome control, it’s a bedside alarm clock, displays news, weather, videos, and offers video calling. This model also gets a camera privacy shutter. Ships 6/26/19.
Headphone maker V-Moda adds to its line of customized shields, which already included laser-engraved and 3D printed designs for their Crossfade line of headphones. Now you can get them printed in color, using either a pre-made design, a monogram, or your own uploaded graphics.
Delta Hack takes a look at droolworthy gadget for laser geeks. The 4″, 3.1 lb cube has bright red, green, and blue lasers, and a computer-controlled mirror which can be used to display animations. Its beam can also be focused to engrave images or ignite things. Available now from Wicked Lasers.
The Bose Home Speaker 300 is the little brother of the Home Speaker 500. Like its predecessor, it can be used solo or as part of a multi-room setup with other Bose or AirPlay 2-compatible speakers. It provides 360º sound and booming bass in a compact size. Drops 6/4/19 for $260.
The Keymitt is a smart lock that simply installs over existing door locks from the inside. It still lets you use your key to open the door, and has a knob so you can manually open the door from the inside. It can be controlled via Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa and Apple HomeKit.
Scientists from Samsung’s Moscow-based AI Research Center recently showed off “Few-Shot Adversarial Learning” tech, which can generate talking head videos from just a handful of still images, and a source video of another head. It’s so impressive, they even made the Mona Lisa talk.
Asus turned up at Computex 2019 with a droolworthy laptop design. It packs a 15″ 4K OLED main display, a 14″ ultra-wide touchscreen, and a trackpad with a digital screen that doubles as a numeric keypad. It can be equipped with an Intel Core i9 CPU and an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 GPU.
The Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia and Moog Robotics’ HyQReal robot looks a lot like Boston Dynamics’ Spot, but this guy appears to be much stronger. Watch as the hulking quadruped manages to pull a small plane all by itself. But only after an intro sequence befitting a pro wrestler.
Beyerdynamic’s reference-class studio headphones are designed for audio pros, but great for anyone who appreciates clear and detailed sound. They offer 5-40,000 Hz frequency response and push out up to 102 dB SPL. Despite their size, they’re incredibly comfortable for long listening sessions.
This 10,000 mAh battery pack not only offers extra juice for your gadgets, it doubles as a super-bright, dual-lens flashlight, and also can power up Qi wireless devices if you accidentally left your power cable at home. It can also be recharged with solar energy.