Alternatives to Apple’s AirPods from high-end audio equipment maker Cambridge Audio. The Melomania 1 wireless earbuds last up to 9h per charge, and their portable charging case adds 36 more hours of playback. They are water-resistant and have microphones for calls.
While the latest GoPro cameras have digital stabilization, the tech crops a portion of the image, and nothing is as smooth as motorized gimbal. Slick’s stabilizer works with all GoPro models since version 3, and mounts to existing accessories like selfie sticks, chest harnesses, and more for buttery smooth cinematic shots.
POW’s portable wireless speaker has a couple of nifty features: it can attach to the back of your smartphone using a magnetic mount, and its body is expandable, offering a fuller sound when you want it. The mount also includes a wallet module for times when you’re not carrying the speaker.
This ultra-compact flashlight snaps onto the top of any 9-volt battery, turning the battery into its handle, and pushing out bright light from its six LEDs. It’s also magnetic so you can hang it up on your fridge or other metal surface.
Juice up all your Apple gadgets quick with this convenient all-in-one charging station. It offers a Wireless Qi dock for compatible smartphones, as well as a spot for your AirBuds case and and Apple Watch. Grab one today in The Awesomer Shop.
The SmartHalo 2 is a tiny multipurpose device for cyclists. It uses its minimal, yet intuitive interface to provide turn-by-turn directions, blare a loud anti-theft alarm, and measure cycling metrics such as distance and calories burned. It also has a powerful LED headlight.
Spansive’s sleek docking station lets you wirelessly charge up to four phones at once. Power is delivered throughout the entire surface of the structure, and gets delivered to your devices even through thick phone cases. It also has two USB-A charging ports.
Bose’s new Smart Noise Cancellation Headphones 700 – we know, it’s a mouthful – are the company’s best noise-cancelling cans yet. The level of noise cancellation can also be adjusted via touch controls, along with music playback and calls. It also has a built-in microphone.
The Hudway Cast adds a heads-up display to any car, offering quick access to navigation and other important info without taking your eyes off the road, wirelessly projecting images from your iOS or Android smartphone. Save 13% in The Awesomer Shop.
Fundian’s Power Vessel is a versatile mini Bluetooth keyboard. It works with PCs, iOS, and Android devices. It has a joystick, a d-pad, left and right bumpers, and left- and right-click mouse buttons. It also has a backlit keyboard and a 3.5mm input. It lasts up to 30h per charge.
SCUF Gaming’s pro Xbox One controller is customizable. It comes with two pairs of thumb sticks, four programmable and removable paddles, adjustable triggers, and a battery that lasts up to 30h per charge. You can also order faceplates and thumbsticks in different colors.
Delta Hack takes a look at droolworthy gadget for laser geeks. The 4″, 3.1 lb cube has bright red, green, and blue lasers, and a computer-controlled mirror which can be used to display animations. Its beam can also be focused to engrave images or ignite things. Available now from Wicked Lasers. Read our full review on Technabob.
The Bose Home Speaker 300 is the little brother of the Home Speaker 500. Like its predecessor, it can be used solo or as part of a multi-room setup with other Bose or AirPlay 2-compatible speakers. It provides 360º sound and booming bass in a compact size. Drops 6/4/19 for $260.
The Flic 2 is a smart button that connects to computers, mobile devices, and home automation devices via Bluetooth. You can program one or more things to happen when you push it once, push it twice and hold it down. It works with IFTTT as well as any app shared by Flic users.
Thomas & Darden’s Kube outdoor speaker has a 350W digital amplifier that allows it to pump out a bone rattling 122dB of sound. It also has a 35L insulated cooler compartment. It can connect via Bluetooth, Wi-Fi or 3.5mm input. It lasts up to 50h per charge and has a USB charging port.
Panic, creators of Mac and iOS apps like Coda and Transmit teamed up with Teenage Engineering to make a totally original handheld gaming system. It features a 2.7″ hi-res B&W screen, a funky crank input device, and will come with 12 original games, released weekly from the time of its launch in 2020.