Nomodo Qi Wireless Charger Mug Cup Warmer

Nomodo’s Trio Wireless Qi Battery Charger not only powers up your mobile phone, but keeps your drinks warm /cool as well, all for $79.99 shipped. This eliminate the need for extra charging cables cluttering your space, as you’ll be able to charge Qi enabled devices quickly on the dock while warming / chilling your beverage at the very same time.Product page. Read more for a hands-on video review and additional information.

Air Hogs Zero Gravity Laser Racer
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Spin Master’s second-generation Air Hogs Zero Gravity Laser Racer has just been unveiled at the 2019 NYC Toy Fair, and like its predecessor, it can ride on the floor, climb up walls and zip across your ceiling, just like the Spider-Man of R/C vehicles. However, it’s not magic, as the car uses a small suction fan on the undercarriage that is just strong enough to keep the very lightweight car moving around on flat surfaces. Read more for additional pictures and information.

Snaptain S5C WiFi FPV Drone

SNAPTAIN’s S5C WiFi FPV Drone comes equipped with an HD camera and perfect for beginners as well as enthusiasts alike, all for $67.50 shipped after clipping the 10% off on-page coupon, today only, originally $159.99. The drone can be fully controlled with a smartphone running the Snaptain Era App and Voice Control allows you to talk to position it perfectly for photo / video shooting. It’s easy to control with one key take-off and landing, even for beginners. Product page. Read more for a hands-on video review and additional information.

TCL Foldable Smartphone Smartwatch
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How about a foldable smartphone that can bend around your wrist and double as a smartwatch? TCL’s next device could function just like that. This concept is nothing new, as Lenovo came up with a similar idea back in 2016, but nothing really came of that concept, but it does provide insight on the bending function as well as the user interface. Read more for a video of that device in-action and additional information.

LEGO Augmented Reality
The LEGO Group today introduced Hidden Side, an augmented reality-enhanced LEGO play theme where you must turn a haunted world back to normal, one ghost at a time, at the New York City Toy Fair. It’s currently the only play experience available today that fully and seamlessly integrates augmented reality (AR) with physical construction to reveal a hidden world of interactive play. It includes a series of eight “haunted” building sets full of amazing functionality and hidden surprises that, on their own, provide the build and role-play fun of any LEGO play theme. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.

Toilet Paper Blaster Skid Shot

The Toilet Paper Blaster Skid Shot is not an early April Fools’ Day prank, but a real product that puts the Nerf Fortnite blasters to shame, or at least for some people. Simply put, it’s capable of blasting toilet paper up to 30 feet by transforming real toilet paper into clean spitballs. However, this gadgets uses water, not spit, for hygienic spitballs that are bio-degradable and easy to clean up. According to the manufacturer, you can get approximately 350+ spitballs per roll of 2-ply toilet paper. Product page. Read more for a video review and additional information.

Nike Adapt BB Review

The Nike Adapt platform creates a truly custom fit by combining an advanced power-lacing system, an app as well as continually updated firmware, and it’s featured in the all-new Nike Adapt BB sneakers. How does it work? When you step into the Nike Adapt BB, a custom motor and gear train senses the tension needed by the foot and adjusts accordingly to keep the foot snug. The tensile strength of the underfoot lacing pulls 32 pounds of force to secure the foot throughout a range of movement. “We picked basketball as the first sport for Nike Adapt intentionally because of the demands that athletes put on their shoes. During a normal basketball game the athlete’s foot changes and the ability to quickly change your fit by loosening your shoe to increase blood flow and then tighten again for performance is a key element that we believe will improve the athlete’s experience,” said Eric Avar, Nike VP Creative Director of Innovation. Read more for a video review, hands-on pictures and additional information.

Anker Nebula Mars II Projector

Anker’s Nebula Mars II portable projector turns just about any room into a cinema, and it’s being offered for $389.99 shipped, today only, originally $499.99. Experience all of your favorite content in a whole new light, thanks to 300 ANSI lm brightness and 720p DLP IntelliBright technology that combine to create a crisp, clear picture. It also features dual 10W audio drivers that generate cinematic stereo sound and deep pounding bass. With extended playtime, Android 7.1, and single-second auto-focus, this portable projector creates your very own private theater. Product page. Read more for another video review and additional information.

North Focals Smartglasses

Priced at $600+, North Focals may look like a pair of normal glasses at first, but they’re actually smartglasses that connect to your smartphone via Bluetooth and sports a small projector that beams data onto the lens. You can instantly check the weather, time, read text messages or even summon an Uber ride. Since they can also be connected to Alexa, a small speaker tells you directions or whatever information was requested. Read more for a video review and additional information.

“As far as comfort, the glasses are heavier than what I’m used to wearing, and even though they’re plastic frames, they have nose pads that can be uncomfortable. I found myself wanting to take them off to give my face a rest. The picture that the laser produces, which is 300 x 300 pixels, was clear enough for me to make out at home or in the office,” said Ashley Carman of The Verge.

North Focals Smartglasses
North Focals Smartglasses
North Focals Smartglasses
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Samsung Foldable Phone Dual-Displays
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This Samsung foldable mobile phone with dual-displays is based on a new patent filed on February 12, 2019 by the USPTO (United States Patent and Trademark Office), and as you can see, when the screen is closed inwards, you can easily carry the device without damaging either display. If you only need one screen, just fold the displays backwards, and it can be used as a regular smartphone or fold both of them out flat to use as a media display. Read more for additional pictures and information.