Keep your cards and cash secure in this high tech wallet. It not only features Bluetooth-based tracking to alert your phone if it leaves your location, its fingerprint sensor ensures nobody but you or someone you authorize can open it and access its contents. Save 32% in The Awesomer Shop.
Are you often bored at your desk? Take a break from typing and get to fidgeting! Custom keycap designers Hammer created these playful caps which add a mini fidget spinner to a single key. They come in a variety of vibrant colors and are Cherry MX compatible. We dare you to cover your entire keyboard with these.
Despite its compact size, this charger can provide up to 65W for fast-charging of laptops, smartphones, and other gadgets. It has two 65W USB-C ports and an 18W USB-A port, which can charge simultaneously. Its GaN chip assures optimal power management, and it works with US/EU/UK/AU outlets from 100V to 240V.
Diffused static sounds like white noise are known to improve relaxation and sleep. This analog gadget can generate a variety of tones across the brown, white, and pink noise spectrums to help dial in what works best for you. It’s powered by a USB connector, so you can plug it into your computer, or a spare charger.
With this 112-bit driver kit from iFixit, you’ll never be caught without the proper tool for opening gadgets. It comes with 1/4″ and 4mm bit driver handles with magnetic bit sockets, knurled grips, and swivel tops, and high-quality bits made from S2 and 6150 steel. And if anything ever breaks, it’s covered by iFixit’s lifetime warranty.
This oversize lap desk opens up a serious workspace while you sit on the couch or in bed. It has a vented spot for up to a 17″ laptop, along with a large mousepad, built-in wrist pads, a tablet holder, and pockets for your mouse and other accessories. Its padded armrests provide support and comfort and can be repositioned.
GingerofMods shows off an amazing portable game system that he built using parts from a Nintendo Wii. The trick to building the handheld was cutting up the Wii’s original circuit board and wiring them together with a mix of custom boards and circuits designed by Ginger and others in the modding community.
These slick modern sneakers have electroluminescent wire embedded in their soles, plus an RGB LED logo patch on the back. They can be controlled via a smartphone app, and have motion sensors that can react to your foot movements. They have a laceless design and will come in both white and black variants.
Keep your phone juiced up in your car and without wires. This easy-to-install accessory plugs into one of your car’s USB ports and clips onto an air vent. Its grippers hold a variety of phones while charging any Qi-compatible smartphone. Save 31% in The Awesomer Shop.
We love the vibrant violet color of these custom keycaps from designer MiTO and DROP. Each key is made from a semi-matte ABS plastic, double-shot injected to resist fading over time. Those teal letters and numbers really pop and almost look like they’re lit by black light. Compatible with Cherry MX keys and clones.
One of the slicker looking desks we’ve seen for PC gamers, the value-priced Z1-S features dynamic “Z”-shaped metal legs, a faux carbon fiber surface, and has built in blue LED lighting, a headphone hook, drink holder, and a stand for controllers and games. PC cart and monitor arms sold separately.
Arcade1Up expands into the realm of digital pinball. This 3/4-scale version of the classic Attack from Mars plays just like the original, complete with haptic touch flippers and a tilt sensor. It has a 23.8″ LCD playfield, working scoreboard, and light-up backglass. It plays 10 other Bally/Williams classics by Zen Studios.
Googol is the mathematical label for 10 to the hundredth power or 1 followed by 100 zeros. If you tried to count to a Googol, even in milliseconds, you’ll never live to see the end of your count. Look Mum No Computer built an electronic counter that he hopes can be kept alive and running well past his time here on Earth.
Do you have a place in your heart for the sounds of the 1980s? Sonicware’s portable synthesizer makes FM sounds like many electronic instruments of the era, but can merge multiple sounds into one. It has a built-in 4-track sequencer, effects, filters, and more than 300 preset sounds. Their 8bit Warps synth looks nifty too.
This modern bike helmet not only protects your head, it dramatically improves your visibility with its LED lighting. It has front-mounted white lights, and rear lights that brighten when braking. Its left- and right-turn signals can be triggered from a handlebar remote or with Apple Watch gestures.
These days, we all carry a very capable computer in our pockets. But back in the 1980s, pocket computers looked more like glorified calculators. The 8-Bit Guy takes a look at some of these early examples of miniaturization for a look at just how far computing technology has come in the last few decades.
Tesla’s latest Model S hasn’t changed much outside, but its interior has a sleek new look, premium materials, and a steering wheel out of a video game. The Long Range model can go 412 mi, while the Plaid and Plaid+ offer insane specs: 1020 hp and 1100 hp, both doing 0-to-60 in under 2 sec. The Plaid+ has a crazy 520 mi range.
These high-end closed-back cans from Focal have 1-5/8″ aluminum-magnesium drivers for clean sounds, deep bass and crisp highs and mids. Their luxe build features semi-aniline leather earpads, a sturdy aluminum yoke, a comfy leather-microfiber headband, and stainless steel, copper, and leather on the ear cups.
Unlike most ultrawide displays, the Dell UltraSharp 40 offers 2160 vertical pixels, making it ideal for creating 4k content. Its total resolution is 5120 x 2160 with a 140 ppi density for crisp text. It’s accurate too, displaying 98% of the DCI-P3 color gamut and 100% of the Adobe sRGB color space.
Anker’s portable power stations are ready to juice up gadgets numerous times, so they’re great for extended camping trips and location shoots. They come with multiple USB-C, USB-A, and 12VDC ports, as well as one or two AC outlets. They come in 300W/388.8Wh and 500W/777Wh models that charge 8 or 11 devices, respectively.
Sony’s flagship mirrorless camera has a 50.1 mp full-frame sensor and can capture up to 30 fully-focused stills per second. It shoots 8K video at 30 fps and has five-axis, in-body image stabilization. Its ISO range is 100-32,000 for videos and 50-102,400 for stills, and its 240 fps OLED viewfinder won’t black out during rapid shots.
Game accessory maker 8BitDo’s stick is the perfect controller for all of your favorite arcade games. Sporting a retro Nintendo-inspired look, it works via Bluetooth, 2.4Ghz, or wired connections, and encourages modders to swap components. Ideal for both PC and Nintendo Switch gaming.
Do you have an Apple TV? Tired of staring at that boring black box sitting on your TV stand? Elago’s clever cover transforms Apple’s set-top streaming box into a retro gaming system. The Super Famicom-inspired silicone cover is strictly cosmetic, but it looks awesome. Elago also makes a matching cover for the Apple TV remote.
It’s been a while since we booted up a computer running Windows XP or Vista, but the memories came flooding back as soon as we clicked play on this clip from Korean a capella group MayTree, who sang some of memorable sounds from Microsoft’s early-2000s operating systems. Their Movie Intro Medley is a hoot too.
The whole idea behind SD and MicroSD cards is that they’re small enough to carry around in your pocket. But that also means they’re easy to lose. Useless Mod solved this problem by building a 10x size scale replica of a SanDisk SDXC memory card that’s guaranteed not to get lost, and actually works as a storage device.