Amazon Smart Thermostat Review
The Amazon Smart Thermostat is based on Honeywell Home technology, and you can get one for $47.99 shipped, today only, originally $59.99. Unlike traditional thermostats, this one has Alexa do all the programming for you. This includes automatically adjusting the temperature to suit your preferences or even be set to your preferred temperature when you’re home, away, or asleep. Product page. Read more for a hands-on video review and additional information.

Prelonic Interactive Paper PIP Paper Piano Smartphone
Most already know that NFC is a type of wireless data transfer that enables smartphones, laptops, tablets, and other devices to share data when in close proximity. Austria-based Prelonic wanted to break away from the standard uses of this technology and implement it into paper, literally. The Prelonic Interactive Paper (PIP) is a cross between printed circuitry and NFC, allowing for such creations as a printed piano. Read more for a video and additional information.

Razer Phone Cooler chroma MagSafe RGB Cooling Fan iPhone
Planning an 8+ hour marathon mobile gaming session on your iPhone? You might want to pick up the all-new Razer Phone Cooler Chroma. Put simply, it’s a MagSafe electronic Peltier cooling tile with heat sink pulls heat away from the iPhone and dissipates it with a powerful, yet quiet, 7-blade fan. This innovative design ensures maximum airflow with minimal noise. Plus, 12 customizable RGB LEDs are nestled beneath the fan, so you’ll be able to add some lighting effects too. Read more for an additional picture and information.

Anker Soundcore Motino Boom Speaker
Anker’s Soundcore Motion Boom is claimed to be their best outdoor Bluetooth speaker yet, and you can get one for $76.99 shipped after clipping the on-page $33 off coupon, today only, originally $109.99. Featuring drivers with 100% pure titanium diaphragms for crystal clear music even at high volume as well as Soundcore’s proprietary BassUp technology that analyzes low frequencies in real-time and boosts them for a huge wall of bass. Product page. Read more for a hands-on video review and additional information.

Sony Next-Gen VR Headset OLED Microdisplay
The problem with current virtual reality headsets is that their display technology just isn’t crisp enough to handle the latest games, but Sony’s next-generation model solves that issue. How? It achieves a high-resolution of 4K with one eye and 8K with both eyes, thanks to OLED microdisplay technology. That’s not all, the processing time is also reduced by decreasing the amount of latency throughout the entire system using data from multiple sensors. Read more for a video and additional information.

Propane Tank Submarine
Three inventors from Kentucky, who are farmers by trade, came across old liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) storage tanks and wanted to put them to good use. So, they decided to turn them into a working submarine. The body structure is composed of two storage tanks, with the larger being the main body, while a section of the smaller one was welded to the top, thus creating a superstructure that provides headroom to occupants. Read more for a video of it in-action and a bonus.

Segway Ninebot Drift W1 E-Skates
Segway Nintebot’s Drift W1 is essentially a pair of self-balancing electric roller skates, and you can get it for $229.99 shipped, today only, originally $399.99. These e-Skates are capable of safely reaching a top speed of about 7.5 MPH and offer up to 45 minutes of uninterrupted riding time on a full charge. Product page. Read more for a hands-on video review and additional information.

Razor Crazy Cart Go-Kart
The Razor Crazy Cart XL is an electric drifting go-kart that can be used at home, the office, or even a real racetrack, and you can get one for $609 shipped, today only, originally $999.99. Unlike the standard Crazy Cart, this XL model boasts a strengthened the frame and an upgraded electric powertrain, complete with a larger motor and battery pack to accommodate up to 240 pounds and maintain 14 mph. Product page. Read more

Limited Edition Tesla Cyberwhistle
First, there was the Tesla surfboard and then the Boring Company flamethrower, but now, even a Cybertruck-inspired whistle is enough to grab the attention of Elon Musk fans worldwide. At $50 a pop, this whistle, made from Ultra-Hard 30X Cold-Rolled stainless-steel structural skin, sold out in minutes, and now commands a hefty premium on eBay, with prices ranging from $200 all the way up to $20,000+. Read more for additional pictures and information.

ASUS PureGo PD100 Fruit Vegetable Cleanliness Detector
ASUS is known for their computers, video cards and gaming accessories, but today, they’ve unveiled the PureGo PD100. This innovative food safety detection device is capable of identifying pesticides, pollutants, and other residues from fruits or vegetables. Thanks to its intuitive “drop-in” design, simply submerse the device within the food container and it automatically checks for pesticides as well as other contaminants. Read more for a video and additional information.