Nikon’s new Coolpix P1000 camera has a built-in 35mm equivalent 24-3000mm lens that gives you up to 125x optical zoom. It also has a 250x digital zoom, five stops of optical image stabilization, 4K/30 video, and a 3.2″ LCD that can be positioned in several ways.
Microsoft is out to make tablets look like a bad deal with the new Surface Go. It’s a Windows-based 2-in-1 that has a 10″ 1800×1200 screen, 9h battery life, a USB-C port, and a microSD slot. It will be available starting 7/10/18 for $399. An LTE model will arrive late 2018.
If you have analog photos that you want to preserve, check out Pixl-latr. It’s a simple frame with a transparent back. It can hold 35mm, 120 and 4×5 negatives or transparencies. Just place the film in the frame, set a light source behind it and you’re ready to photograph the film.
The Bagtag is a digital luggage tag that lets you check in your luggage from anywhere. Just use its companion app to enter your travel details, then drop off the bag at its dedicated check in port. Sadly, it works with only a few airlines for now, but more will follow soon.
The Supa Huka lets you dive as freely as if you were snorkeling. The device floats on the water and sucks air from the surface, delivering it to you down to a depth of 30ft. It lasts for 2h per charge. It also has a storage compartment and has a USB charger.
Thanko will be releasing a pair of video goggles that comes with a USB-C adapter, so you can connect it to devices such as the Nintendo Switch and certain smartphones. It’s display is the equivalent of a 120″ screen with a 1280×800 resolution. It will cost around $210.
Protect yourself from those nasty bugs wherever you are with Thermacell’s Radius Zone Mosquito Repellent. It’s a rechargeable device that creates a 110sqft scent-free zone of protection against mosquitoes. It lasts up to 6h per charge, and each refill lasts up to 40h.
Vaonis’ Stellina is a compact telescope designed to share what it sees. Instead of an eyepiece, Stellina sends 3000×2000 pictures to your mobile device, making it easy to share and save the photos. Its app makes it easy to select what heavenly object you want to check out.
Miops’ Capsule360 is a versatile and compact motion controller for cameras. It works with smartphones, action cameras, and DSLRs up to 7kg. Combine multiple units for 3-axis control. It can track objects, faces and even stars, and can even replicate recorded movements.
Beeline Moto is a tiny and minimal navigator for motorcyclists. Input your destination on its app and off you go. Aside from street-by-street directions, it can also let you choose your preferred route on the fly. It comes with free global coverage, updates and route tracking.
The Aftermaster Pro is a small gadget that will enhance your TV’s sound, especially if you’re using its built-in speakers. It automatically increases the volume and depth and clarifies dialogue. Simply plug it in between your source and your TV and you’re good to go.
The successor to Nebula’s popular Mars portable projector runs Android 7.1 for greater compatibility with streaming apps and services. It also runs for an extra hour at up to 4 hours per charge. It projects a 720p image at up to 150″ and has fast autofocus.
If you’re hunting for an affordable all-around LED-lit mechanical keyboard, check out Cooler Master’s new CK552. Take your pick from Gateron’s mechanical switches, then have fun modifying the RGB lighting and macros on the fly thanks to the keyboard’s onboard controls.
Tachyon is a neat tool for airsoft enthusiasts. It mounts on any airsoft gun that has a Picatinny rail. It lets you see your ammo count, both as numbers and as bars. It can monitor your gun’s battery level and has a real time clock. It also lets you save different ammo counts as presets.
Instructables member oliverb made an Arduino-powered digital clock that has a fun mode. It can tell the time by playing Pong with itself, updating the score to accurately reflect the time. It can also show the time in large digits or with words. Learn how to make one here.