It’s the S7 Edge made slightly bigger and better. The Note 7 has a 5.7″ 1440p AMOLED screen with a slightly flatter edge-to-edge design, a 3500mAh battery, a microSD slot, waterproofing for both the phone and stylus, a new iris scanner and more.
Formerly known as Hemingwrite, this minimal device for writers offers a Cherry MX mechanical keyboard, a basic word processor, and displays your words on its front-lit E-ink display. It stores a million pages, or Wi-Fi syncs docs to email or the cloud. Ships 9/16.
A simple but much-needed accessory for GoPro cameras. The Switchback has a quick-release mechanism that stays attached to your camera, while its base is compatible with practically all GoPro mounts. It also lets you rotate the camera in 90º increments while it’s mounted.
The Z combines a joystick, analog buttons and half of a keyboard in one familiar form. It has removable feet that adds tilt and pivot controls, while sensors add mid-air gesture detection. It also has two tiers of buttons above the left and right click buttons for easy access.
A DIY Bluetooth speaker kit for newbies of all ages. The kit and its iOS app teaches how magnets can turn electricity into sound and the basics of frequency and waveforms. There are far cheaper ways to learn all that, but to also get a BOSE speaker for $149 is a great deal.
The Tiny1 is a compact camera designed to take pictures and videos of the night sky. It has a backside illuminated 4MP CMOS sensor, a removable IR-cut filter and proprietary noise reduction. It can also be used as a normal point-and-shoot and has optional lens adapters.
Griffin Technology’s sturdy battery pack is drop-proof and water resistant, and stores an impressive 10,050 mAh of power – enough to recharge an 12.9″ iPad Pro to 97% power. It also doubles as an LED emergency flashlight. Save 16% in The Awesomer Shop.