New for 2018, the SK10Y soundbar is a 550-watt, 5.1.2 sound system with Chromecast built-in, so you can use your voice to search and play songs. It supports Dolby Atmos and Meridian Height Elevation tech to make it seem like dialogue is coming from the screen.
Grovemade’s aptly named Wireless Charging Pad is a Qi wireless charger that ditches plastic for a more natural and versatile look. Its top is covered in soft cork, and it has a stainless steel base to keep it in place. Available with a dark or a natural cork top.
Console modder Ed’s Junk has turned the Xbox One X into an all-in-one portable system. But his Xbook One X doesn’t just come with a 21.5″ 1080p display. It also has a built-in keyboard that makes typing and navigating menus a breeze. We only wish it had a 4K screen.
The Tenda Nova MW6 is an affordable set of three routers that can each act as a Wi-Fi access point. Install them apart to ensure you get a strong signal in all areas of your home. One set can cover 6,000 sq ft, and you can connect more units for larger areas.
Renowned amp maker Ashdown Engineering now has a Bluetooth version of its one-of-a-kind active noise cancelling headphones. Like the original, the OV-1B has VU meters that react to the audio being played. It also adds phone and playback buttons on the left earcup.
Elecjet’s Apollo Power Pack is a portable charger that uses graphene batteries. You can fully charge its 6,000mAh battery in just 20 minutes using a 60W charger. It has USB-C, USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 charging ports. You can get it bundled with a 45W charger or a 60W charger.
My Arcade’s Super Gamepad is a wireless controller for the NES Classic and SNES Classic. Aside from having four shoulder buttons and a Home button, it also has a programmable and LED-backlit Turbo button. It can also be used to play Virtual Console titles on the Wii and Wii U.
On paper, the PITTA drone is a brilliantly simple idea that should have been executed sooner. It’s a camera drone with the usual automatic flying modes, but it can also be mounted and used as an action cam or a security camera. Sadly, it only has digital image stabilization.
Created by a former eSports coach, the Raise is a gaming keyboard designed to split into two for a more comfortable typing position. Each half can also be used on its own, making it a viable option for left-handed users. Each half has four thumb keys and removable palm pads.
The AnyWatt is a small adapter that lets you charge USB-C devices – such as new laptops, phones and the Nintendo Switch – using old laptop chargers. It has two variants: one that works with Windows laptop chargers and one that works with Apple MagSafe 2.0 chargers.
A powerful and durable portable Bluetooth speaker, the DemerBox may be your best bet. Its electronics are installed inside a Pelican case, so it’s tough as nails, pushes powerful bass, and doubles as storage. It lasts up to 50h per charge and has a USB charging port inside.
The QuickShelf Safe looks like an ordinary shelf, but it actually has a hidden compartment. You unlock its secret stash by placing one of the RFID keys on top of the shelf. You get four keys – two cards, one key fob, one token – and each shelf can work with up to 12 keys.
Prop maker David Guyton takes a break from making badass prop armor to present his take on a retractable license plate. His DIY solution is made from affordable materials and uses a simple scissor mechanism. You’ll have to figure out how to mount it on your car though.