8Bitdo recently unveiled a variety of Bluetooth controllers, including this keychain-sized upgrade to their Zero Bluetooth controller. The Zero 2 comes in several Game Boy-themed colors and will work with Windows PCs, iOS and Android devices, and the Nintendo Switch.
ASUS’ Project Precog is a laptop with two symmetrical touchscreens as its main output and input interfaces – no keyboards, no touchpads, no palm rests. It’s like the peak of a 2-in-1 laptop-tablet hybrid, though it remains to be seen how practical such a device can be.
If you’d like to try out 360º photography and you’re not sure where to start, check out the PanoClip. It’s an affordable lens attachment for the iPhone that lets you create 360º and tiny planet photos. There are variants that fit the iPhone 7 up to the iPhone X.
The ASUS ZenBook Pro 15 UX580GE has a 5.5″ touchpad that’s actually a second display. It has native apps like providing touch controls for Microsoft Office, a calculator, and a media player, and you can actually extend your display to it as well. Drops 7/2018 for $2299.
Parrot’s new Anafi drone folds into an incredibly compact package and weighs just 0.7lb. But it can shoot stabilized 4K HDR video and 21MP photos. It has a gimbal that provides not only 3-axis image stabilization but also 180º tilt. It can fly for up to 25 min. per charge.
Enjoy illustrations, quotes and more on your walls and windows with this cable-guided robot that draws with markers, and erases ink with heat. It can cover a 6.5ft x 6.5ft area. You can upload your own images or get them online. Works on plaster, whiteboards, and glass.
Belkin’s uniquely designed wireless charging stand has a cradle that lets you charge your Qi-compatible device in portrait or landscape mode so you can keep on using your phone. It delivers 10W of power for fast charging. It comes in black, white or pink.
The latest edition of Mondaine’s Helvetica 1 smartwatch has an incredible 2-year battery life. It has the functions you’d expect, such as activity tracking, mobile notifications, sleep tracking and automatic time updates. Works with both iOS and Android devices.
Like the Wooting One, the Wooting Two has analog keys, which means its output can vary depending on how deep you press its keys. But this time you get a numpad and four shortcut keys. There’s also a new feature that lets you bind commands to different actuation points.