The Neozoon is unlike any light we’ve seen before. Its soft silicone shade doubles as a suction cup, allowing the lamp to stick to any smooth surface. It’s just as easy to detach and move and offers stepless dimming. It runs for 6 to 12 hours per charge depending on brightness setting.
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Keep your cool anywhere with this compact tabletop air conditioner. This ultra-portable unit takes advantage of evaporative cooling to chill your area by up to 59º in as little as 5 minutes. It runs for up to 8 hours on a tank of water and can be powered by any USB port. Save 19% in The Awesomer Shop.
Need to measure floorplans? Skip the ruler and check out Meazor. This gadget is designed to capture detailed digital floorplans by rolling it over a printed document. It can also convert scale distances from maps, and measure irregularly-shaped objects. It even has a built-in laser measure and bubble level.
This portable gadget turns any hollow surface into a Bluetooth speaker. Set it on top of a cardboard box, stick it on a hollow-core door, or even a hard-shell suitcase, and it sends mechanical vibrations through the object, resulting in surprisingly loud sound from a pocket-sized device. Save 40% in The Awesomer Shop.
There are chemical-based solutions out there for freshening and reducing odors from clothes, but Bosch’s new gadget does things differently. The FreshUp uses plasma technology to blast away odor particles. Simply wave the device over clothes, pillowcases, or other fabrics to eliminate odors in seconds.
Etsy store Heritage Racing makes desk clocks that look like the speedometer or tachometer of classic cars. The clock face is a high-quality glossy print, set into a glass and wood frame. There are dozens of designs to choose from, including the BMW E46 M3, Porsche 911 Turbo, Nissan GT-R, and more.
This tiny gadget is small enough to hold between your thumb and index finger, but it looks mighty versatile. At its center is a tiny clickable 360º trackball, surrounded by directional buttons. The wireless controller offers air mouse, media, and keyboard modes, and is ideal for presentations.
Despite what you might think, prison inmates sometimes have access to technology. In order to prevent people from hiding contraband, there are special see-through versions of gadgets. Techmoan looks at some of these unusual devices and the sometimes arbitrary rules about what items are permitted.
Sabinetek’s stereo wireless mic is perfect for content creators who want quality audio to pair with their video. It connects via Bluetooth 5.0 and works with iOS or Android devices using the SmartMike+ app. Save an extra $14 with code MICROPHONE14 at checkout in The Awesomer Shop. There’s also an optional unidirectional mic unit.
Keep your ski pals connected with this intercom system that clips onto helmets for 8 hours of talk time. Cardo Packtalk Ski’s integrated boom mic allows skiers and snowboarders to chat, take phone calls, or stream music while shushing downhill, reconnecting group members who temporarily veer out of the 1km range.
Improve your golf swing in the comfort of your living room. The PhiGolf swing sensor works with your clubs or the included swing stick to track your every move. When used with the WGT Golf app mirrored from your smartphone to your TV, you can even see where the ball went. Use code GOLF10 at checkout to save $59.
This intelligent air purifier has a built-in air quality sensor that monitors your indoor air and automatically turns it on and off as needed. It combines carbon and HEPA filters to remove particles as small as 0.1μm, including dust, smoke, bad odors, viruses, and bacteria. Save 14% in The Awesomer Shop.
This innovative home security camera not only keeps a watchful eye on your home, it uses blockchain tech to encrypt and protect your video so nobody but you or your authorized users can ever view or access them. It captures 1080p HD video, pan/tilt/zoom functions, and a night-vision mode. Save 21% in The Awesomer Shop.
This 2-in-1 device combines Roku’s excellent streaming apps with a 14″ wide, 4-driver speaker that can upgrade the sound on your TV set without taking up a bunch of space. It offers Bluetooth and AirPlay2 wireless connectivity, along with Alexa, Google voice assistant, Spotify Connect, and Dolby Audio support.
Scanning 3D models of objects used to require dedicated scanning equipment. But if you have an iPhone with FaceID, its cameras, sensors, and processing power can be used to grab scans. The ScanMira reflects the FaceID lenses by 90 degrees, so you can see what you’re scanning on-screen, resulting in higher-quality scans.
This low-cost gadget adds a heads-up display to any car. It uses your phone’s screen as its projection source, which reflects onto a see-through screen you can attach to your dashboard. It works with a variety of smartphone GPS apps to display your speed and driving directions, so you can keep your eyes on the road ahead.
Ear wax is gross. And trying to clean it with cotton swabs generally pushes it further in. The SPADE ear cleaning tool scoops out the nasty stuff, and has a tiny camera and LED lights at its tip so you can safely guide it into your ear with a view on your smartphone. Save an extra $13 at checkout with code CLEAN13.
Tired of burning your fingers while lighting candles or starting fires? This plasma arc lighter has a flexible gooseneck that lights flames even inside of tall jars or under a pile of kindling. It also works in the wind, and its USB-rechargeable battery provides up to 500 sparks between charges.
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.
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.
This dual-port USB charger doubles as an emergency tool. In case of an accident, yank it from your car’s DC outlet. Its hidden blade can cut through a seatbelt, while its tungsten tip can smash a window. Get 25% off with code LIMITLESS25 for a limited time in The Awesomer Shop.
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.
It may look like a Rubik’s Cube, but this 2x2x2 puzzle is much more. It has 24 LCD screens, 8 processors, motion and touch sensors, and plays a variety of mobile games. It can also be used to display information widgets on its screens. It’s expected to launch by late 2021 with a price of $249. Place your reservation here.
This portable USB-C hub adds a variety of ports to your laptop, including Ethernet, USB 3.0, 4K HDMI, SD and TF memory slots, along with high-speed 100W USB-C charging. Its magnetic lid provides a clever storage tray for its cables. There’s also a smaller Mini version that lacks the charging and the Ethernet port.
This aluminum gadget helps increase your productivity by letting you view your phone’s screen at the same time as your tablet or computer. It attaches to the back of your phone using a powerful magnet and sticks firmly to the back of your bigger screen. Its hinged design lets you view your phone in landscape or portrait modes.