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The Dronut X1: A Donut Inspired Drone

The Dronut X1: A Donut Inspired Drone
I was just thinking the other day somebody should combine a donut and a drone, and apparently Boston-based Cleo Robotics was already on the case, developing the $9,800 Dronut X1 – the world’s first bi-rotor ducted drone that can operate in much tighter spaces than traditional drones.

This Keycap Looks Like a Teensy Nintendo Game Boy

This Keycap Looks Like a Teensy Nintendo Game Boy
Recently, I wrote about the Thumby, a teensy Game Boy-inspired gaming system that you basically need to be Ant-Man to play. If you like the idea of a miniature Game Boy, but your thumbs aren’t small enough to play that thing, you might want to consider the ZMKC Pocket Game Console Artisan Keycap instead.

Darth Vader Chrome Ceramic Mug: The Shiny Side of the Dark Side of the Force

Darth Vader Chrome Ceramic Mug: The Shiny Side of the Dark Side of the Force
Star Wars fans, what’s better than sipping coffee from a Darth Vader helmet mug? Sipping coffee from a chrome-finish Darth Vader helmet mug. The Sith Lord’s black outfit is so shiny you could comb your hair in its reflection, but this mug is even more reflective thanks to its mirrored ceramic finish.

The Thumby Is the World’s Smallest Game Boy

The Thumby Is the World’s Smallest Game Boy
The whole point of game systems like the Nintendo Game Boy was to make them small enough to carry in your pocket and play on the go. But what if you’ve got really tiny pockets?.. or really tiny fingers?

These Wireless Charging Mats Look Like SEGA Game Controllers

These Wireless Charging Mats Look Like SEGA Game Controllers
Back in the day, I was a serious SEGA fanboy. The SEGA Genesis and Dreamcast are still two of my favorite video game consoles of all time, the Japanese brand offering an outsider’s approach to gaming, releasing offbeat and edgy titles that Nintendo and Sony wouldn’t have dreamed of at the time.

Sub-Zero Has These Human Spine Candles on His Dining Table

Sub-Zero Has These Human Spine Candles on His Dining Table
Think your 12-foot-tall skeleton display is the creepiest Halloween display on the block? You might have to up your game by this year with something even more disturbing than a giant skinless corpse. When you’re setting the dinner table for guests, light up some of these spine-chilling human spine candles.

Baby Yoda Glitter Globe Sets a Snowy Star Wars Scene

Baby Yoda Glitter Globe Sets a Snowy Star Wars Scene
We’ve yet to visit any planets on The Mandalorian where it’s snowing. But maybe it’s just that none of the scenes so far have taken place in the wintertime. Regardless, I think The Child aka Baby Yoda aka Grogu would enjoy catching snowflakes on his little tongue in between gulping down frog eggs.

LG DVLED Super-Sizes TV Cinema Walls up to 325 Inches

LG DVLED Super-Sizes TV Cinema Walls up to 325 Inches
The biggest screen I’ve ever had in my house measured 96″ diagonal and used a front projector and a traditional movie screen. The room had to be totally dark to really enjoy it, but it was cool having a screen that big.

Galaga Enamel Pins Bring the 8-Bit Goodness

Galaga Enamel Pins Bring the 8-Bit Goodness
I’ve played a whole lot of arcade games in my lifetime, but one that I always go back to is Namco’s classic Galaga. It’s every bit as playable and challenging today as it was the day it came out in 1981, and now I don’t even have to spend quarters to play it.

The Navy Invented a Device That Stops People from Speaking

The Navy Invented a Device That Stops People from Speaking
When I was a kid, the best way to get my brothers to stop talking was to repeat what they said right after they said it. Now, the U.S. Navy has taken that simple concept and expanded upon it to disrupt people from speaking at a distance.

Divoom Pixoo Max Takes Pixel Art to the Max

Divoom Pixoo Max Takes Pixel Art to the Max
Having grown up in the 1980s, I have a real fondness for pixel art. There are lots of ways to make pixel art of your own these days beyond using programs like Deluxe Paint, from melting Perler beads together to making images with 1×1 LEGO bricks.

A Gallery of Clear Gadgets

A Gallery of Clear Gadgets
The first time I had an electronic gadget that I could see inside of without cracking it open was the original iMac G3. With its semi-transparent colored backside, you could barely make out the electronic components inside, and even then, most of them were hidden beneath massive RF shielding.

The Ghosts Give Chase in this LEGO Pac-Man Automaton

The Ghosts Give Chase in this LEGO Pac-Man Automaton
Wakka Wakka Wakka, Everything is Awesome! It’s LEGO Pac-Man time! Do you love retro arcade games and LEGO bricks? Well, then, you’ll love this LEGO Pac-Man display that moves when you turn its crank. The 1603-piece set was designed by LiteBricks and submitted to LEGO Ideas.

Framework Repair-friendly Laptop: Fixing Obsolescence

Framework Repair-friendly Laptop: Fixing Obsolescence
Computers and other gadgets are becoming increasingly affordable, but they’re also getting harder if not outright impossible to repair. We’re warned that our warranty will be voided if we open up our gadgets, licensed repair shops are nearly extinct, and reputable sources of components are also hard to find.

MelGeek Mojo68 Transparent Mechanical Keyboard: I See Value

MelGeek Mojo68 Transparent Mechanical Keyboard: I See Value
If you’re looking for a great entry point to the colorful, thoccy, and expensive world of mechanical keyboards, keep an eye out for MelGeek’s upcoming Mojo68. It’s a stylish and fully assembled 60% mechanical keyboard with a transparent plastic chassis, gasket-mounted components, RGB backlighting, and wired and wireless connectivity options.

Dasung Paperlike 253 3K HDMI E-ink Monitor: Stock Footage

Dasung Paperlike 253 3K HDMI E-ink Monitor: Stock Footage
Chinese company Dasung has been working to make larger and more responsive E-ink displays for seven years. They made waves online in 2015 with their 13.3″ E-ink reader, and now they’re back with a product that is almost twice that size.