There’s really not much to say beyond what you see in the picture, here. It’s a mug. It’s shaped like a 20-sided dice, which some of you may recognize as that D&D dice. It is dishwasher and microwave safe, and costs $13.
As expected, Apple is selling millions of its watches. This means there is plenty of room for watchband makers, since a good number of people won’t want to have a watch that’s exactly identical to that of millions of other people. The Casetify Apple Watch Band is stylish and comes in many different looks.
You change your clothes, change your socks, change your shoes—why not change your watch band? Get endless custom possibilities for your wrist with $70 to the Casetify store (which gets you pretty much any band on the site). With styles for every lifestyle, occasion, and mood, Casetify bands are easy to switch out for your current band, and are sure to help you get the most out of your iWatch.
”These Apple Watch accessories may be cooler than the Apple Watch itself.” TIME
– Use Instagram or Facebook photos as backgrounds for your band design
– Apply any 3 different layouts or 9 filters
– Select from hundreds of designs
– Choose from band sizes ranging from 38mm to 42mm
– Enjoy the sweat-resistant, ultra-comfortable material
You’ll be buying a $70 credit that goes towards the purchase of a band, but you’ll only have to pay $50 for it.
Ok, so everyone is sort of tired of seeing selfie sticks, but Spivo is a little different. First off it’s not quite a selfie stick, since it has no trigger; it’s a camera pole meant to carry something like a GoPro. But unlike similar devices currently on the market, Spivo features a button that rotates the camera 180 degrees back and forth in a split-second. If you’re a fan of action footage, you’ll know that sometimes the action isn’t entered around you; it’s nice to have to option to point forwards as easily as backwards. They come in 3 lengths: 12″, 18″, and 26″, and cost $49 at any of them.
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You can get a simple emulator and run NES ROMs on pretty much any old machine. But the Analogue Nt isn’t any ole’ machine. It’s a super high-end gaming system that happens to only play NES cartridges. It’s crafted from a solid block of aluminum, and sells for $499. If you want HDMI output and hardware upscaling, that’ll be an extra $79, please. For that price you get a printed circuit board so lavishly designed that it costs four times as much as a regular PCB to produce.
It’s powered by original Ricoh CPU and PPU chips that have been salvaged from a batch of disused Famicom systems. The optional, internal HDMI adapter, meanwhile, is designed to optimize image quality on modern TVs — lead video hardware engineer Kevin Horton says it “upscales digitally, directly from the PPU and CPU. This means no lag and zero signal degradation.” There’s even a built-in scanline generator, if the resulting image is too clean for you.
Of course if you’re going to spend upwards of $500 on a retro gaming system, we imagine you’re a pretty big fan of retro gaming. Or you like finely crafted products in your household. Either way, you can pre-order now and expect to get your system by July of this year.
It’s a jungle out there. Some people drive way too fast (or way too slow), while others overtake and cut lanes like there’s no tomorrow. Yep, I’m talking about the traffic in major cities and how crazy things can get. But there are drivers who are pretty awesome, too– those who give way or let you pass when you’re in a rush.
You can flash your headlights or raise your hand to say a quick “thank you,” or you can literally send a smile their way with MotorMood. With the push of a button, you can trigger the MotorMood that’s attached on your rear window to display a happy face.Continue Reading
Not a fan of the helmets currently available to motorists? Then you should have a word with Jyo John Mulloor, who disliked them so much that he sought to design his own. Dubbed Project:HumanHelmet, his lightweight helmet features a very unusual (and personal) design: your own head. An image of your head is basically taken and used to “design” the helmet, so it’ll look like you’re not wearing one.
Enforcers checking if you’ve got a helmet on or not might not be fans of this, but motorists who appreciate a unique design might.
If you find yourself packing your travel bag with all sorts of chargers and adapters, then it might be time to get the Twist Plus World Charging Station. It’s an all-in-one adapter that lets you charge most Android and iOS devices without having to bring any extra wires or plugs. Just connect it to an Apple power adapter and you’re ready to charge.
The Twist Plus comes with a total of five ports, so you can charge up to five laptops, phones, or tablets in one go. It’s light and compact, plus has a built-in fuse protection as an extra safety measure. It’s currently on sale for $34.99, so grab one (or two!) while it’s at 33% off.
Can your ring do what the Neoring can? The Neoring comes with a strong Neodymium magnet attached onto a crown made from stainless steel. Wear it when you want, and take it off to prop your device up whenever you want to use it as a stand.
It works in conjunction with the Neodisk and the Neotack. The Neodisk, an unobtrusive steel backing, is meant to be attached to the back of your device, while the Neotack is a steel mount you can stick on most surfaces to convert it into an instant holder for your phone or device. Tack the Neotack onto the wall, on your car, on your boat, or on the fridge– the choice is yours.
The Neoring is currently up for funding on Kickstarter, where a minimum pledge of $50 will get you the full Neorings package.
Remote controlled vehicles are pretty cool to start with. When the vehicle is also a robot with sensors and some semi-autonomous behaviour, that’s better. And, as is the case with the Cherokey 4WD Basic Arduino Robotics Kit, when it’s a robot that you build yourself, well then… you’ve got our interest.
Meet Cherokey 4WD, a versatile mobile platform compatible with most microcontrollers, and the heart and soul of your robotic vehicle. By assembling the included hardware and tuning the software, you will construct a rapid, rugged, outdoor-friendly truck controlled by an iOS app on your phone. Learn to install sensors on the robot to trigger specific movements and actions, and take your newfound Arduino expertise onto limitless future projects.
– Enjoy high-quality micro-speed motors
– Drive your truck on rough terrain w/ its durable & solid aluminum body
– Expand upon the highly versatile modular design
– Easily control w/ your iOS device
– Write your own code to take advantage of its ultrasonic sensor, BLE-ready microcontroller, IR sensor & LEDs
– Start your project immediately without the need for an additional motor driver or wireless shield
– Use for educational purposes, robot competitions, home automation protyping or research projects
Normally you’d have to pay $109 for this awesome toy, but with today’s deal, you’re looking at $94.99.