Inventor Riz Nwosu’s CYBERBACKPACK just might be the world’s first Tesla Cybertruck-inspired backpack, but recently Tesla filed a trademark for the name before it was even released to the public. Initially, the plan was to finish the prototype have then showcase it to Elon Musk in hopes that Tesla would list the product on its site as official merchandise. Profits would then be split between the two parties, but with the trademark filing, all that is up in the air.
The Anker Foldable 3-in-1 Wireless Charging Station is great for cleaning up clutter at home or on-the-road, and you can get one for $25.49 shipped, today only, originally $39.99. Taking it on a trip? Simply close the kickstand, fold the charging base into the flat position, and then remove the watch charging module. Product page.
This new Logitech Lift computer mouse has a vertical ergonomic design that is perfect for small to medium sized hands. Its naturally contoured design comes in three stylish colorways: rose, off-white and graphite, with the latter also being available in a left-handed version in both North America as well as Europe. Keeping things comfortable for long sessions at the computer, a soft rubber grip and cozy thumb rest attempt to fight off hand fatigue.
The NERF Hyper Mach-100 Fully Motorized Blaster is great for summer or just some indoor fun, and you can get one for $28.49 shipped, today only, originally $77.99. This blaster was engineered specifically for velocity and is capable of firing rounds at up to 110ft/sec, complete with large hoppers, so you spend more time playing and less time reloading. Product page. Read more for a hands-on video review and additional information.
The Syma S107G Remote-Controlled Helicopter is great for both indoor or outdoor use, and you can get one for $19.98, today only, originally $39.99. Its built-in gyroscope system constantly adjust the aircraft when in flight, making it extra stable and easy to operate, even for beginners. Product page. Read more for a hands-on video review and additional information.
This Final Fantasy VII Remake Buster Sword Digital Clock is unlike any other that you’ve probably seen, as it appears to be just a display piece when not in use, but at the push of a button, the face glows in various colors. What do the colors mean? There are a total of five alarm songs included and the RGB LEDs change depending on which one is played. Aside from the sword and lights, it’s just your standard alarm clock. Read more for a short video and additional information.
The Segway-Ninebot Engine Speaker wants to make your silent electric scooter into a roaring supercar, but without all of the maintenance. Simply put, it features 4 x 8W strong magnetic large-diameter speakers, multi-directional sound field design, along with specially tuned sound effect algorithms to provide more stable bass, clear treble, and full vocals, or at least when you’re listening to music. Read more for a video of it in-action and additional information.
This may not look as sleek as the IKEA SYMFONISK, but inventor Matthew Perks’ custom PC soundbar is definitely no slouch. Put simply, normal soundbars designed for television sets are not practical for use on a computer since they produce sound that is directed towards the area directly in front of it. So, this PC soundbar uses speakers angled slightly upwards towards the user’s ears when sitting. Read more for a video and additional information.
The Glorious Model I computer mouse is the company’s most feature-rich lightweight model yet at 69-grams, unlike this hemispherical computer mouse. What really sets it apart are its magnetized side buttons, two of which can be swapped out for ones with a different shape or just cover them up with the included flat port covers. There are a total of nine unique combinations that can be tried out for maximum productivity. Read more for a hands-on video review and additional information.
Let’s face it, even the most powerful camera flash is not bright enough for one to take crystal clear nighttime photographs, but the Duovox Mate Pro just might be the next best thing. It’s touted as “the world’s most advanced true color night vision camera,” and measures in at just 54 x 106mm across the front face, or compact enough to fit in some pockets. Don’t let its size fool you, as the camera packs a Sony STARVIS 2 1/1.8″ BSI CMOS sensor, the same one used in many security cameras. Read more for a video and additional information.