Razer Hammerhead Pro Hyperspeed True Wireless Earbuds THX
The Razer Hammerhead Pro Hyperspeed true wireless earbuds are not only THX certified, but also cross-platform compatible, including PC, PlayStation, smartphones, and handhelds like the Nintendo Switch or Steam Deck. This is made possible with the included Razer HyperSpeed Wireless Dongle, which can be plugged into any compatible devices for 2.4 GHz connectivity with less than 40ms latency.

Squirrel Monkey ChatGPT 1980s
If OpenAI’s ChatGPT existed in the 1980s, it may have required an Intel 80286-powered computer, 640 Kilobytes of RAM, a modem, a 20MB of larger hard disk, and of course floppy diskettes. Getting everything setup would be quite different from just opening up a website like today, as you first have to set the destination directory, select your modem, and then wait for the floppy disks to copy everything to the hard disk.

Wireless Wearable Ultrasound UC San Diego
UC San Diego Jacobs School of Engineering researchers have developed a wireless wearable ultrasound patch that could be a game changer for real-time monitoring. This ultrasound fully integrated autonomous wearable ultrasonic system-on-patch (USoP) includes a small, flexible control circuit that communicates with an ultrasound transducer array to collect and transmit data wirelessly.

Micromouse Competition Robotic Mice Mazes
The annual Micromouse competition with robotic mice trying to solve mazes may be one of the coolest you probably never heard of. Put simply, the maze consists of a 16×16 grid of cells, each 180 mm (7.1 in) square with walls 50 mm (1.97 in) high. All of the robots are completely autonomous and must find their way from a predetermined starting position to the central area of the maze without any help.

Samsung Type-C USB Flash Drive
The 128GB Samsung Type-C USB Flash Drive makes transferring files between mobile devices and your computer a breeze, and it’s being offered for just $15.99, today only, originally $22.99. There’s no need to choose between performance and reliability, thanks to its up to 400MB/s USB 3.13 read speeds. This means transferring a 4GB file can take as little as 11 seconds. Product page.