NVIDIA Shield 4K Media Player
The NVIDIA Shield 4K HDR Streaming Media Player is perfect for when you’re stuck at home, and it’s being offered for just $129.99 shipped, this weekend only, originally $149.99. You’ll be able to enjoy a cinematic experience with the highest quality 4K HDR entertainment, thousands of apps, thousands of games, as well as having the Google Assistant built in. It’s also 25% faster with the new Tegra X1+ processor. Product page. Read more for a hands-on video review and additional information.

Keebcard Keychain Pong Game
What is a KeebCard? It’s basically a tiny keychain computer, or to be more specific, a low-power mechanical switch trinket that is designed around a 128×32 pixel OLED screen and run off a watch battery. In addition to being able to play Pong, it can also be used as an interactive switch tester, LED business card, or just about anything else you can think of. Read more for a video and additional information.

Royole Flexpai
First unveiled at CES 2019, startup display maker Royole’s FlexPai is now the world’s first commercially available foldable smartphone. Unlike the Galaxy Fold, when this one is folded in half, the device can function as two different smartphones. Or, when unfolded, the device can act as a tablet. This is all possible because the FlexPai screen isn’t encased in glass, but rather an OLED display that’s been printed on a thin plastic material, thus making it both scratch resistant and shatter-proof. Read more for a hands-on video and additional information.

Samsung Z-Fold Smartphone
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We know that LG is working on a z-fold smartphone, but Samsung may not be far behind, according to a design patent with the KIPO (Korean Intellectual Property Office) that was published on August 7, 2019 that covers a total of 23 sketches. Just like its competitor, this model comes equipped with a large flexible display with no bezels. Once fully opened, it becomes a tablet of sorts. Read more for additional pictures and information.

Anker Powerport Wireless 5 Charginng Stand
Anker’s Powerport Wireless 5 Charging Stand lets you ditch those pesky cables and works in both horizontal as well as vertical modes, all for $16.99, today only, originally $26.99. Using highly efficient components and an advanced chipset rated for maximum safety, PowerPort Wireless charges just about any Qi-compatible device in 10% less time than other 5W wireless chargers. Charge vertically or horizontally, making it ideal for Face ID, keeping track of messages, or just watching videos. Product page. Read more for a hands-on video review and additional information.

Xiaomi Triple Folding Smartphone
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A Xiaomi patent filed with the EUIPO (European Union Intellectual Property Office) and published on August 5, 2019, reveals a folding smartphone that they could be working on. It boasts one large flexible display that you can be folded in on either side, while the back has a triple rear camera setup. Read more for the patent sketches, additional pictures and information.

LG Patent Z-Fold Smartphone Flexible Display
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Flexible displays used on foldable smartphones are nothing new, but LG has an interesting take on the technology, according to a design patent filed in China on March 6, 2019 with the the WIPO (World Intellectual Property Office) database. A total of 18 sketches were included, and they appear to show a Z-folding device with dual displays, one of which is a flexible screen. Read more for the patent sketches and additional information.

Anker PowerCore+ 19000 PD Hybrid Portable Charger
Anker’s PowerCore+ 19000 PD Hybrid Portable Charger doubles as a USB-C hub, and you can pick one up for $69.99 shipped after clipping the $50 off coupon, today only, originally $119.99. Unlike other power banks, this one can deliver full-speed 27W charging for USB-C phones, tablets, laptops, the Nintendo Switch and lots more devices. Or, you can switch to “Hub Mode” to sync data and connect compatible accessories. Product page. Read more for a hands-on video review and additional information.

Samsung Galaxy S10 Super Slow Mo
Many familiar with the Samsung Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus’s camera have probably fooled around with the Super Slo-mo mode, but this is what happens when you use that function on the busy streets of New York. Before we get into that, Samsung engineers had to work on creating an image sensor that’s four times faster than conventional sensors to make Super slow-mo even possible, complete with a sensor supported by a dedicated memory chip for quickly processing these intensive videos. Read more for the clip and additional information.

Franky Zapata Crosses English Channel Hoverboard
After a failed attempt 10-days ago, French inventor Franky Zapata successfully crossed the English Channel on his self-made “flyboard”. He took off at 8:17 am local time and flew across the 21.7 miles that separate the French town of Sangatte from Saint Margaret’s at Cliffe on the southeast British coast, taking him a total of 22 minutes with one refueling stop in the middle. Read more for a video and additional information.