Console modder Ed Zarick’s second Xbox One and PS4 combo console. By using both consoles’ slimmer versions and ditching the monitor, he was able to cram both in a case that’s only slightly larger than either console.
A limited edition version of the beloved LSR305 studio monitors. Each pair (each unit has a 5″ woofer and a 1″ tweeter) is matched to within 1dB of frequency response for incredible accuracy, and has a premium lacquer gloss finish as well as vibration isolating feet.
Samsung keeps curved screens alive with its bonkers 49″ 32:9 3840×1080 QLED monitor. Aimed primarily at gamers, the CHG90 has a 144Hz refresh rate and AMD FreeSync compatibility. But with the ability to show up to six separate screens, it’s a workhorse as well.
A new variant of Logitech’s flagship mouse. The MX Master 2S has the same comfortable shape and adustable click wheel as its predecessor. New to the device is the ability to use the mouse to seamlessly transfer files across up to three computers using Logitech Flow.
Electronic musicians and anyone who needs to combine audio signals will dig Bastl’s miniature mixer which provides five individual channels with up to 20dB gain each in a tiny box that runs on 4 AA batteries. It’s limited only to mono signals, but it’s still a nifty gadget. DUDE!
Apple replaced the 9.7″ iPad Pro with one that’s virtually the same size and weight but has a 10.5″ screen. The new iPad Pro’s display offers up to 120Hz refresh rate, increased brightness, and reduced reflectivity. It will ship with iOS 11, which has many enhancements for tablets.
A clever gadget for photographers which offers easy access to lenses. The hip-mounted holster hangs onto lenses securely using their mounts, and spins into position for quick lens swaps. It also provides storage for lens caps. Available for Canon EF, Nikon F, and Sony E lenses.
The 15.6″ ASUS ZenScreen MB16AC is the world’s thinnest and lightest portable 1080p monitor, at only 8mm thick and weighing just 1.8lb. It gets power and data via USB-C and can be used in both portrait and landscape modes as either a mirror or a second display.