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All-New Kindle Oasis Essentials Bundle

If you’ve been putting off your Kindle upgrade, now’s the time to break that. The All-New Kindle Oasis Essentials Bundle (with premium leather standing cover!) will be out by October 31st and you can pre-order now and get a $20 discount. It’s the first ever waterproof Kindle so prep the tub and the wine!

RAWPower 20100 Portable Charger Battery pack

The RAWPower 20100 Portable Charger Battery Pack can charge your iPhone, MacBook, Galaxy S8, and other gadgets with 75% faster technology. Go from 0 to 80% in only 35 minutes. The well-reviewed power bank is having a $70 price slash off today and you can get it for only $40.

Sennheiser HD1 In-Ear Wireless Headphones

This Sennheiser HD1 In-Ear Wireless Headphones is one of Amazon’s Deal of the Day. For only $150, you get these exceptional headphones with an ergonimic around-the-neck design with a leather neckband. It supports multi-connection of up to 2 devices and a 3-way calling capability.

You Can Now Rent A Jet By The Hour To Look Rich On Instagram

If you ever wanted people to be incredibly envious of your life you could always make good friends, have a rewarding career, live a healthy lifestyle and keep good relationships with loved ones. For everyone else, you can now rent a jet to trick people into thinking you’re rich. Yep, that’ll do it.

Private Jet Studio, a company based in Moscow, does as the name suggests and lets customers rent a Gulfstream 650 for 2 hours at the low price of $244, which includes a professional photographer, because of course it does. You can then post those pictures online and show everyone that you have $244 and no shame a private jet.

Renting a private jet to convince strangers online that you are rich is the most 2017 story I think I’ve ever read. Soon we’ll have models quoting prices to be in pictures as your photogenic friend, and one day you’ll even be able to hire tech writers to write your Tinder bio.

My rates start at $19 plus $.10 a word and $4 for an up-to-date pop culture reference that’ll have people think you’re quirky. That’s the Lynx Effect.

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Microsoft Is Bringing Back The Iconic IntelliMouse

The original IntelliMouse revolutionized the industry of input devices being the first to feature a scroll wheel, optical sensor and later introducing one of the first ergonomic designs, as well as side buttons. It was truly ahead of its time and refined computer mice. Later, the mouse fell out of the market, taken over mostly by the likes of Logitech, and has been discontinued for 5 years, until now.

Microsoft is resurrecting the mouse with the IntelliMouse Explorer 3.0. The design picks up mostly where it left off, but adds a slick new dark finish (which looks a lot nicer than eggshell white), while also adding new features, such as 3 customizable buttons and Microsoft BlueTrack for use on glass.

It’s not the most exciting product I’ve seen, and it’s not much for gamers, but for most people the IntelliMouse is perfect. Comfortable and iconic design and high DPI range in an incredibly high quality package. If this mouse works well, it could be the best option for 90% of computer users. Hey, anything beats the Microsoft Arc (ugh, even the name makes me sick).

It’s listed on Microsoft’s product page at $40, and should be coming very soon.

Let me know if you’d like to see a review when the mouse comes out.

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CozyPhones Have Flat Speakers So You Can Use Them When Laying in Bed

Have you ever tried popping in some headphones to listen to some music or a podcast when laying in bed? If so, you may have realized how super uncomfortable it is. Regardless of what type of headphones you use, the hard plastic housing gets jammed into your ear canal making them painful to wear.

Well, one company is trying to change that with headphones that have super thin speakers held in place by a mesh headband. The mesh ensure that no plastic parts will try and impale you and the headband design keeps the headphones in place, even when you’re tossing and turning.

Sometimes I just like to shut my eyes and listen to a podcast without using giant studio monitors. Do they look cool? No. Do they have the best sound? Probably not. But these fit a very specific purpose, and at $22, you can’t really go wrong. They’re like the Crocs of headphones.

Finally, I can fall asleep listening to Slayer.

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Razer Made A Webcam With A Ring Light For Streamers

Razer knows there’s big potential in catering to streamers. Those with the largest audiences list their gaming setup and many of their fans will go out and buy the same gear as their favorite streamers. And while Razer already has some of the best peripherals, like gaming mice and mechanical keyboards, they’ve fallen short on other products such as quality microphones.

Now, they’ve hoping to change that with two new products, the Siren X, a zero-latency USB microphone built to dampen vibrations, and the Kiyo, a 1080p webcam with a ring of 12 LED’s for much better selfie lighting. The brightness of the lights can even be changed between 12 different levels.

I just love ring lights, they add so much to an image with so little effort, and the Kiyo could be a great camera for streamers who travel, because they’ll always have that great lighting. Both the Kyio and Siren X are $99 and are available now through Razer.

I guess the Kyio could also be used for porn streamers, just saying.

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Exploring the Top Benefits of Tech Gadgets for Education

Whether you are looking for the best Bluetooth earbuds to listen to the latest lecture that you recorded or you simply need a more sophisticated calculator, you know that certain gadgets are imperative to streamlining the education process. Learning more about how certain gadgets can benefit you when you are learning will help you to make sure that you have the ones that you need to get the most out of the material that you are studying.


Study When It is Convenient for You


Certain tech gadgets make it easier for you to study on the go, or at least review lectures and the basic material. For example, if you have the best Bluetooth earbuds handy, you can listen to lectures while you are commuting to school or when you are waiting for an appointment. You can also utilize a flashcard app on your smartphone and create flashcards that include the pertinent information that you are learning in your classes. Both of these make it easier to review the material more often so that you can master it.

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This Ironic Version of Fahrenheit 451 Can Only Be Read When Burned


Fahrenheit 451 is considered a modern masterpiece of literature. It’s a story about a dystopian future where books are made illegal and are burned en masse. It was a near revolutionary tale that has shaped the way we think about privacy today (and it was written back when not every novel was about a dystopian future).

Well in an ironic twist, French Publisher, Super Terrain, is making a version of the book with black pages that only reveal themselves when the special ink has been burned off with extreme heat. Though it’s not going to hold up to being burned in large bonfires, the fact that you can use the heat from a lighter to reveal the text is amazingly twisted.

The publisher is hoping to make copies of the special version available sometime in 2018.

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Porsche Passport: Renting Luxury Cars Like Blockbuster

So you already pay $10 a month for Spotify, another $10 for Netflix, $25 for the gym and $80 for your cell phone, but Porsche wants to know, would you pay $2,000 a month to rent one of their cars?

With the Porsche Passport, you can rent much of the Porsche lineup pretty much like renting a movie form Blockbuster. You reserve your vehicle, and it gets delivered right to you. And when you’re finished, your car will get picked up and replaced by another one you’ve chosen, no tape rewinding necessary. They even deliver it to you with a full tank of gas, how thoughtful.

There are two tiers to select from, the aforementioned $2,000 tier includes access to the Cayman, Boxster, Macan and Cayenne, while the $3,000 tier throws in the 911 and the Panamera as well. Both plans also include an insurance policy with $1 million liability, and roadside assistance, full washes, etc.

They are starting the program in Atlanta for now, and will look to expand later. Look the math is pretty simple, Porsche’s are expensive, so if you’re willing to shell out $24,000 per year to constantly swap luxury cars like you’re playing musical chairs, than go for it. And if anyone has an extra 1-year, or even 6-month subscription-card laying around, I’ll gladly accept.

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Samsung Galaxy S9 Rumor Mill: 3D Face Scanners and Magnetic Mods?

With this year’s update of the Galaxy S8, we saw a pretty big design change. Samsung moved the fingerprint sensor to the back, giving the phone much more free space on the front to stretch from a 5.1 inch flat screen to a 5.8 inch curved one. The overall design change left the S8 as one of the most beautiful phones ever released. Along with numerous other smaller changes, it was a pretty big update to the flagship line.

With that said, let’s take look at what is probably happening as well as what is not very likely to come to the S9 when it hits next Spring.

Probably Happening

The phone will likely get an upgrade to the processor and signs point to the Snapdragon 845. Once again, giving Samsung the best available option for Android phones, though the 845 won’t outperform Apple’s A11 chip.

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