JBuds Frames are tiny Bluetooth speakers for your eyeglasses that direct sound to your ears. Twin attachments slip onto almost any frame to provide wireless sound as an open-air option to earbuds and headphones. Switches between music modes and calls with a built-in mic. Side benefit: makes you look like a spy.
This compact display offers 3840×1100 resolution on a 14″ ultrawide display with a 32:9 aspect ratio. It’s ideal for FPSes, racing, and flight sims, as well as spreadsheets or opening multiple windows side-by-side. It has three HDMI, two DP 1.4, one DP 1.2, and one USB Type-C port, and its tilt stand doubles as a protective cover.
This modular tabletop machine gives makers the tools they need to drill, grind, saw, turn, mill, and lathe objects. Its tools work with wood, metal, and engineering plastics and is ideal for DIYers. The base kit includes sawing, grinding, and drilling modules, while milling, lathing, and wood-turning are add-ons.
German company Rynx is working on an innovative kind of mechanical signage that display text or numbers on a series of turning rings. They can be used individually or stacked for multi-line displays, and come in white-on-black or black-on-white. They’re taking pre-orders in Europe now with deliveries starting in Q3 2022.
This teensy replica of the Atari 2600 comes with a miniature TV cabinet. It’s small enough to fit in the palm of your hand and is loaded with nine 8-bit video games, including Asteroids, Breakout, Centipede, Combat, Millipede, Missile Command, Pong Tempest, Warlords, and Pac-Man. They’re not the original 2600 versions though.
What’s better than a delicious cupcake? A machine that can crank out cupcakes for you on-demand, that’s what. Skeyntific shows off a robotic factory line he built that first pours dough for each cupcake, moves it into a modified microwave for cooking, then applies toppings using motorized caulking guns.
The nature photographers at John Downer Productions are known for infiltrating animal communities by packing cameras into lifelike robots. In this clip from Spy in the Wild 2, one of their robots crab-walked with thousands of real-life crustaceans and played a crab version of Frogger crossing the roads on Christmas Island.
This lightweight technical jacket keeps you comfortable no matter the weather. Its breathable graphene-infused fabric regulates temperature and resists bacteria, while three heating elements add warmth on chilly days. It’s water- and wind-resistant and machine washable. Ten pockets provide plenty of space.
Grab a great deal on a duo of camera drones, each equipped with a 4K UHD camera. Both the Alpha Z PRO and Flying Fox have wide-angle cameras, Wi-Fi connectivity, and a 6-axis gyroscope for smooth flying. The Flying Fox offers a longer flying time and one-key return functionality.
Even though we upgrade or replace our gadgets and computers regularly, only a small portion of old electronics ever get recycled. Business Insider takes us inside of Sims Lifecycle Services to show how they reuse, repurpose, and recycle up to 6-million pounds of e-waste every month.
TinyScope’s digital telescope can capture images of the stars, moon, and planets using periscopic telephoto optics. It has an 8.4 MP Sony low-light image sensor, pan and tilt motors, object tracking, auto-focus, and IR/ND/UHC filters. It can also capture nature photography at a distance and ultrawide panoramic photos.
This awesome Bluetooth wireless controller connects to iOS and Android devices to provide a full set of controls for live DJ sets. It works in concert with Algoriddim djay software and music streaming services. In the hands of a talented performer like DJ Carlo Atendido, it’s truly an impressive bit of kit.
This add-on 8-key macro keypad is great for gaming or frequently used keys in creative and productivity apps. It comes with a durable aluminum case, hot-swappable Cherry or Zeal switches, and per-key RGB backlighting. It connects via a speedy USB-C port and comes with the playful keycaps shown in the first picture.
Scott & Heather of Scavenging Metal create amazing art inspired by pop culture. One of our faves is this steel cassette tape that’s five times larger than the real thing. We love the details like the ball-bearing reels and tape made from chain. Oh, and next Halloween, we’re totally going with their propane tank jack-o’-lanterns.
In addition to working as an immersive curved display, Samsung’s massive, curved gaming monitor can rotate 90º to display 32″ widescreens on top of each other, allowing gamers to play, video chat, and keep an eye on teammates at the same time. It drops in Q2 2022, with pricing and other specs TBA.
Apple released its first Macintosh computer back in 1984, running one of the earliest graphical user interfaces for personal computers. The guys at Nobel Tech put together a retrospective of every version of the Macintosh operating system, from its first public release, System 0.97 to the latest version of macOS 12, Monterrey.
Razer is showing off a concept design for the ultimate computer desk. It has hot-swappable, magnetic modules for a PC and touchscreen displays that act as input devices for gaming, streaming, and creative work. It also has modules for wireless charging and mug warming, and pairs with a 65″ or 77″ OLED display.
Taking inspiration from KillJoy’s turret in Valorant, engineer Vinnie Satriale built this motorized NERF weapon that uses computer vision to lock onto the closest moving target and fire harmless foam projectiles at them. He built it as an alarm clock because he kept oversleeping.
BMW turned up at CES 2022 with a uniquely eyecatching version of its all-electric iX crossover wrapped in E Ink panels, the same display material used in e-readers. The technology allows the vehicle to change from black to white and shades of grey as it transitions. The video explains how they created it.
Anyone who’s used a 3D printer knows they can be painfully slow. HiTry claims its top-down resin printer can output at up to 380mm (14.96″) per hour, significantly faster than other printers. Despite its speed, it delivers smooth and detailed models. The more expensive Pro model delivers an even finer resolution.
Samsung’s tabletop projector can pivot 180º, so you can project on your walls or ceiling and from any height. It projects a 1080p image up to 100″ and automatically adjusts for distortion and wall color. It also has a built-in 360º speaker and Alexa and Bixby voice assistants and plays content wirelessly or via a Micro HDMI port.
Mercedes-Benz’s EQXX concept electric sedan aims to do away with range anxiety. The sleek and luxurious car has a target driving range of 620 mi or 1000 km thanks to reduced battery weight and aerodynamic efficiency. Other highlights include a solar roof for accessory charging and an ultra-wide digital dashboard.
Enes Yilmazer is known for touring some of the world’s most exclusive homes, yachts, and destinations. In fact, the $1.25 million Dembell motorhome is the least expensive item we can find on his channel. The Mercedes-based luxury RV is packed with technology and comfort, and even has a garage in back that can hold a Smart car.
Ampere’s waterproof Bluetooth shower speaker never needs to be plugged in. It uses a hydroelectric generator to capture energy from the water flowing to your shower head. Its provides omnidirectional sound and plays for up to 16 hours when the shower isn’t running. The Pro model adds RGB LED lighting and app control.
Synthesizer maker Teenage Engineering applies their stripped-down aesthetic to a small form factor PC case. The orange sheet metal kit comes flat-packed for easy assembly and has room for a mini-ITX motherboard, an SFX power supply, and a dual-slot GPU up to 180 mm. Computer components not included.
Veho’s gaming headset cranks out high-quality, immersive sound. It has a futuristic style and offers comfort for marathon gaming sessions. Its noise-canceling mic is great for co-op strategy or taunting enemies. Compatible with PlayStation, Xbox, PC, and Nintendo Switch. Save 20% with code CYBER20 through 12.31.21.