The latest version of the one-of-a-kind macro photography and videography lighting system now has a built-in Bluetooth chip that lets you control it via an iOS app. Its battery now lasts up to four times longer than the first version at up to 10h per charge.
Control all the things with these tiny Bluetooth to infrared converters, which let you use your smartphone as universal remote control. You can stick them on or near your devices, then use the mobile app to create custom remote screens. Save 31% in The Awesomer Shop.
SteelSeries throws out the edgy aesthetic and over-boosted bass in this practical and versatile lineup of gaming headseats. The Arctis series is light, sounds great for any use, has a crystal clear mic and lets you adjust the volume in favor of chat or the game sound.
GeeFi is a wireless hotspot that should save you from data plans and roaming fees. It supposedly works with cellular networks in over 100 countries, with more on the way. A $10 pass gets you 24 hours of unlimited data (video streaming might be throttled in the future).
Roku overhauls its lineup of streaming media players. The Streaming Stick is still there, but its less portable siblings now come in five variants, from the $30 1080p-capable Roku Express to the $130 Roku Ultra, which supports 4K and HDR and has voice search.
The latest version of Amazon’s mini tablet is not only $60 cheaper than its predecessor while boasting improved performance. It’s also the first tablet to have the Alexa voice assistant out of the box. Alexa is also coming to other Fire tablets via a software update.
Lomography’s newest instant camera is named after its user-friendly mode that automatically adjusts its shutter speed, aperture and flash timing for optimal lighting. It also has a long exposure mode and multiple exposure mode, and can be fitted with a wide angle lens.