Now you don’t have to pay through the nose for beautiful and versatile Bluetooth speakers. Available in two sizes, the Eneby can be displayed freestanding, mounted on a wall or elevated with the optional stand. The small version also has a built-in handle.
Lotsen is the newest, smallest and most affordable member of Urbanears’ connected speakers. It has an output of 20W, a 4″ woofer and a 1″ tweeter. Like its bigger siblings, it supports all popular wireless streaming solutions and also has a 3.5mm input.
It’s not actually pocket-sized, but Blackmagic Design’s new camera more than makes up for it with its features. It has a micro four thirds sensor, a hefty 5″ touchscreen, a USB-C port and a full-size HDMI port. It can shoot 4K at up to 60fps and 1080p at up to 120fps.
A portable music player for true audio fanatics. It has support for DSD 128/256 formats and PCM up to 64-bit and 384kHz for the ultimate digital fidelity. Offers wireless Tidal streaming, Bluetooth, DLNA and AirPlay, and works with even the largest microSD cards for storage.
CZNIC’s Turris Mox is a router that you can enhance or optimize at will. The basic unit has dual-band Wi-Fi, Gigabit WAN, USB 3.0, and microSD ports. The other modules add Ethernet LAN ports, a backup LTE modem, fiber and more. You can also get just the circuit boards.
Make life in the car easier with this gadget that connects between your phone, Amazon’s smart assistant, and smart home devices. Say “Alexa” to open your garage door, change the music, or a variety of other tasks. Get it for 14% off the regular price in The Awesomer Shop.
Somewear is a Bluetooth hotspot for mobile devices. It uses the Iridium satellite network for global coverage. It lets you send and receive text messages and location data, receive weather reports and local alerts, and it has an SOS button. It requires a $15/mo. plan.
GlassOuse is a Bluetooth pointing device for people who have difficulty using their hands. It connects to devices just like a regular Bluetooth mouse. The original version has a bite switch; v1.2 lets users choose between a bite switch, a button or a puff switch.
I’m Back is an attachment that lets you take digital photos and videos on 35mm film cameras. It’s based on the Raspberry Pi Zero and uses a 16mp sensor. It has a variety of back plates for most camera brands, including Nikon, Canon, Leica, Yashica, Pentax and Olympus.
One of ThinkGeek’s April Fools jokes. This clock features a very accurate replica of the sun from one of the planets that Rick and the Smiths visited in Rick and Morty. When the alarm goes off, the sun comes up and then screams nonstop for 42 hours.
Trailer Valet’s RVR is a remote-controlled machine that makes it easy to move and park a trailer. It can be controlled up to 40ft away with its mobile app and has durable caterpillar treads for all-terrain operation. It comes in 3,500lb, 5,500lb, and up to 9,000lb capacities.
Adding a security camera is as simple as screwing in a light bulb with LightCam. It’s an LED bulb that has a built-in 1080p camera. You can adjust the bulb’s length and tilt the camera up and down. It also has night vision, and can store a week’s worth of footage.
Moasure One is an all-in-one measuring tool that can measure and record length, area, volume, circumference, angle, level and more. Instead of laser or any other light, it uses motion sensors to capture data, so it works even through walls and on irregular shapes.
Adafruit shows us how to make an electronic and portable dice roller. It uses a small motor to spin a small platform, which in turn rolls the dice. As others have pointed out, it would be better if you make the platform uneven to shake the dice even more. Full guide here.