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LG CineBeam HU85L 4K Projector

LG CineBeam HU85L 4K Projector

The second generation of LG’s CineBeam short-throw 4K laser projector has a horizontal orientation, making it easy to mount on any flat surface. It can create a 90″ image at 2″ away, and a 120″ at 7″ away. It can be operated via voice commands. Drops 2019.

Kogalla Ra Adventure Light

Kogalla Ra Adventure Light
$130  Buy Comment

Kogalla’s unique gadget is a flexible and wearable lamp that uses an array of five Cree LEDs. It projects 800 lumens of light in a uniform 120º pattern, so that you won’t get halos or bouncing spots. It comes with red and green lens filters.

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Nano1 Astronomy Camera

Nano1 Astronomy Camera
~$348+  Pledge Link Comment

Measuring only 2.49″ wide, TinyMOS’ new Nano1 is the world’s smallest astronomy camera. It uses a 12MP Sony back-illuminated CMOS sensor. You can attach it to telescopes or use it with C-mount lenses. It has a microSD slot and lasts up to 100min per charge.

Phrozen Transform 3D Printer

Phrozen Transform 3D Printer
$1349+  Pledge Comment

This resin-based 3D printer builds up layers of liquid polymer for super smooth models. What makes it truly special is its 13.3″ LCD panel, which allows for builds as large as 29.2 x 16.5 x 40 cm (11.5 x 6.5 x 15.75″). It’s also available with dual 5.5″ panels for printing two models at once.

Remove.BG

Remove.BG

Need to remove the background from an image of a person? You could try and do it yourself in Photoshop, or you could use this website, which uses AI tech to distinguish between people and backgrounds. It does an impressive job, though its output resolution is currently quite limited.

Leonard Nimoy’s Laser Disc Player

Leonard Nimoy’s Laser Disc Player

A wonderful time capsule of the early 1980s, this fantastically cheesy promo clip for the Magnavox Magnavision VH-8000 Laser Video Disc Player featured a mustachioed Leonard Nimoy as the curious consumer as he learned about the player from a talking light-up rock.

VPN Unlimited

VPN Unlimited
$40  Buy Comment

If you travel a lot, a VPN and proxy solution can protect your data, and let you access geo-restricted content. This lifetime subscription offers servers in 70+ locations around the world, and has no bandwidth limits. Save an extra 30% when you use code VPNSAVE30 in The Awesomer Shop.

Learn Languages with Mondly

Learn Languages with Mondly
$40-$60  Buy Comment

Mondly’s immersive language app for smartphones guides you through daily lessons, and makes learning easy, fun, and fast. Save big on this deal in The Awesomer Shop with a 1, 3, or 5 language lifetime subscription, and save 15% with code MERRY15 (through 12/31/18.)

The Robot Juggler

The Robot Juggler

We have a hard enough time keeping two balls in the air at the same time, but this robotic contraption is able to deftly juggle five balls at once. It’s even smart enough to detect when a ball is intentionally dropped and resumes without skipping a beat.

Clickeybits

Clickeybits
$20+  Buy Comment

We’ve featured mechanical key switch fidget toys before, but if you’re looking for something that’s a bit more polished and sleek, check out Clickeybits. They use Greetech or Cherry MX switches and are available in silent, clicky or super clicky variants. They’re also on Massdrop.

Padrone Ring Mouse

Padrone Ring Mouse
$199+  Pledge Link Comment

Padrone Design’s pricey wearable controller lets you use your hand as a mouse. Just put it on your index finger and pair it with your device via Bluetooth. You left-click with your index finger, right click with your middle finger, and scroll with both fingers.

LG Gram 17 Laptop

LG Gram 17 Laptop
$1700  Buy Comment

LG’s latest addition to its lightweight laptop line has a 17″ 2560×1600 screen, despite having the footprint of a 15.6″ laptop. The Gram 17Z990 has thin bezels, 8th Gen Core i7 CPU, 16GB RAM and 512GB SSD. It weighs under 3lb. and lasts up to 20h per charge.

Ziistle Foldable Wireless Charger

Ziistle Foldable Wireless Charger
$35  Buy Link Comment

The Ziistle Triangle is a versatile Qi-compatible charger that will help you get a fast charge anywhere. It offers three different angles for viewing your phone while it charges, then folds flat for travel. Grab one for 22% off in The Awesomer Shop.

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2019 Samsung Notebook 9 Pen

2019 Samsung Notebook 9 Pen

Samsung’s Notebook 9 Pen is a laptop and tablet hybrid that works with the included S Pen stylus. The 2019 model has two times reduced latency as its predecessor. It also has thin bezels, expandable storage and two USB-C Thunderbolt 3 ports.

Dized Board Game Companion App

Dized Board Game Companion App

Dized is a board game companion app for both newbies and experienced players. It’s already available on both iOS and Android. You buy credit to either permanently access rules and tutorials for one game or access all resources for a month.

Rocketbook Everlast Smart Notebook

Rocketbook Everlast Smart Notebook
$60/2 pk.  Buy Link Comment

Take your notes the old-fashioned way, then upload them to the cloud, and never run out of paper again. Once your files have been stored, you can reuse the pages wiping down the pages with a damp cloth. Save 23% on a 2-pack of 8.5×11, 32-page journals in The Awesomer Shop.

Light Painting with a Drone

Light Painting with a Drone

Builder Tom Stanton attached a long vertical LED light bar to his drone, and managed to fly it horizontally to capture some cool long-exposure images. His design is based on Ivan Miranda’s light bar, but you might be able to pull off something similar with a Pixelstick.

AI Generated Faces

AI Generated Faces

Researchers from NVIDIA demonstrate “A Style-Based Generator Architecture for Generative Adversarial Networks,” which is a fancy way of describing artificial intelligence that’s capable of creating human face variants and other objects that never actually existed in real life.

Retro Tech: The CalcuPen

Retro Tech: The CalcuPen

These days, if you need a calculator, you simply use your smartphone. But there was a time when calculators were popular standalone problem solving tools. Techmoan checks out another retro oddity – a 1970s calculator crammed into a clunky writing instrument.

LG HomeBrew

LG HomeBrew

LG’s upcoming tabletop appliance aims to make brewing and serving craft beer at home easy. It will work with single-use capsules and needs only a single button press to go to work. The HomeBrew can make 5L of beer in 2 weeks. It needs only hot water to clean itself.

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PIQO Pocket Projector

PIQO Pocket Projector
$325+  Pledge Link Comment

The PIQO pocket projector measures only 2″ on each side, yet is capable of creating up to a 240″ screen. It has a 1080p resolution and shines 200 lumens of light. It runs on Android 7 and has Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, AirPlay and screen mirroring connectivity.

Fallout Power Armor USB Hub

Fallout Power Armor USB Hub
$70  Buy Comment

USB-C may be the future of ports, but with millions of devices under its belt, USB-A just might survive until the post-apocalypse. Hold on to the standard with this four-port USB hub that’s disguised as a statuette of Fallout‘s T-51 Power Armor in a cradle.

Polar Drawing Machine

Polar Drawing Machine

ft Robotics shows off a nifty Arduino Mega and Fischertechnik based plotter. Unlike other drawing machines which are driven by cartesian coordinates, this one uses polar coordinates. It draws by moving a pen along one axis, while a turntable rotates beneath its retractable pen.

Gixie Clock

Gixie Clock

The Gixie Clock is an affordable alternative to authentic nixie tube clocks. Instead of nixie tubes, it uses RGB LED tubes, which last longer and draw less power. Its tubes can also be set to display in a variety of modes and colors.

Vornado Glide Heat Heater

Vornado Glide Heat Heater
$70  Buy Comment

Unlike most home heaters, Vornado’s uniquely-styled appliance circulates hot air throughout the whole room while remaining cool to the touch. Its tasteful mid-century design features a tilting head for a more customized comfort.

The Foldable Drone

The Foldable Drone

The University of Zurich’s Robotics and Perception Group have developed a drone that can autonomously change size to fit through tight openings. The result is a stable quadrotor which can more reliably access disaster sites, improving search and rescue operations.

Adam Ruins Tech

Adam Ruins Tech

Adam Ruins Everything tackles some of the frustrating aspects of “owning” a device in the modern day. Some companies make it nearly impossible for us to repair our devices, while others have lied about lethal errors in their products.

Sphero Bolt Robot

Sphero Bolt Robot
$150  Buy Link Comment

The Sphero Bolt is a spherical robot designed to teach and enhance computer programming skills. Use it with its app to make it zip around a track, display graphics or data on its LED matrix, and more. You can even make multiple Bolts communicate.

Nix Mini Color Sensor

Nix Mini Color Sensor
$69  Buy Comment

Locate and know the exact color you desire with this high tech optical sensor. Scan objects, surfaces, dyes, fabrics and match it with a brand name paint color in a library with more than 31,000 hues, shades, and colors. Get it for 30% off the regular price in The Awesomer Shop.

GAEMS Sentinel

GAEMS Sentinel
$350  Buy Comment

GAEMS’ console carrying case works with the Xbox One S, Xbox One X, PS4 and PS4 Pro. It comes with a 17.3″ 1080p IPS LCD monitor with an anti-glare coating. It also has chambered speakers and an audio jack.

Syncwire 2-in-1 Smart Plug

Syncwire 2-in-1 Smart Plug
$20  Buy Comment

Turn any device into a smart device with Syncwire’s 2-in-1 Smart Plug. Just plug a device in and you can use your phone or voice control to operate it. The two outlets can be controlled and scheduled via Amazon Alexa, Google Home, or IFTTT.

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