Silicon Power A60 Hard Drive
Silicon Power’s A60 2TB Portable Hard Drive boasts military-grade protection and it’s being offered for $67.99 shipped, this weekend only, originally $134.99. It also enables you to easily free up the storage of your game console’s internal drive for Xbox and PS4. Simply plug it directly into your USB port on the console and run through an easy setup process. Product page. Read more for a hands-on video preview and additional information.

Crucial X8 Portable SSD
Crucial’s 500GB X8 Portable SSD is at least two-times faster than its competition, and it’s being offered for just $79.95 shipped, today only, originally $119.95. You’ll be able to back up important photos, videos, and documents with up to 1TB capacity. Or, just use it to expand storage on your PS4, Xbox One, iPad Pro, Android device with speeds up to 1050MB/s. Product page. Read more for a hands-on video review and additional information.

Hacked Bowling Ball Strikes
Former NASA engineer Mark Rober traveled all the way to London to partner with James Bruton for one of his latest projects. Simply put, it’s a bowling bowl that only gets strikes. It may look normal at first, but inside, you’ll find a weighted electronic mechanism that enables the bowler to steer it using simple body movements. Read more to see it in-action and for additional information.

Folding@home Supercomputer COVID-19
Photo credit: Sapphire Nation | Stanford
If you’re unfamiliar with the [email protected] distributed computing project, it’s now more powerful than the world’s top supercomputers combined. This project is mainly used for for performing molecular dynamics simulations of protein dynamics, with its initial focus being on protein folding, but has shifted to more biomedical problems, like the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more for an in-depth video about [email protected] and how you can help.

Custom Star Wars TIE Fighter PC
In the Star Wars universe, TIE fighters are spacecraft propelled by Twin Ion Engines, making them fast, agile, yet fragile starfighters produced by Sienar Fleet Systems for the Galactic Empire. Designs by IFR decided to build a custom TIE Fighter PC from scratch, and the result is this geeky, yet epic, creation. Read more for a video showing exactly how it was built.

APC UPS Battery Backup
APC’s UPS Battery Backup keeps you powered on during an emergency, and it’s being offered for just $49.99 shipped, today only, originally $79.99. When there’s an outage, the battery backup surge protected outlets deliver clean power for up to an hour depending on the power load of connected devices. Product page. Read more for an informational video.

TP-Link N300 WiFi Range Extender
TP-Link’s N300 WiFi Range Extender ensures that all areas of your home get optimal internet speeds, and it’s being offered for just $15.99, today only, originally $29.99. It boosts coverage up to 1000-square-feet and allows you to connects up to 10 devices at once – compatible with any router, gateway, and access point. Product page. Read more for a hands-on video review and additional information.

Bastron Glass Keyboard
The Bastron B10 Glass Touch Smart Keyboard is just 0.28-inches thick and looks like something straight from the TRON universe. Boasting an aluminum base and a tempered glass surface with the key layout screen directly printed onto it. That’s right, it has capacitive touch keys with built-in vibration and audio feedback for every keystroke, which also makes the surface much easier to clean, compared to a traditional computer keyboard. Read more for a video and additional information.

Anker PowerCore Fusion 5000
Anker’s PowerCore Fusion 5000 is not only a wall charger, but a power bank too, and it’s being offered for just $19.99, today only, originally $29.99. When not plugged into the wall, its 5000mAh capacity provides enough power for around two full smartphone charges and at least a full charge for other mobile USB devices, making it ideal for trips or a weekend getaway. Product page. Read more for a hands-on video review and additional information.

Cooking Food CPU
A computer enthusiast from Japan who goes by “Samurai Channel” on YouTube posts various videos of daily life, but the ones that really went viral involved cooking real foods on various computer processors. Most modern CPUs are kept cool with computer fans as well as heatsink fans by actively exhausting hot air, but when this doesn’t happen, the temperatures get hot enough to fry an egg, literally. Read more for two videos and additional information.