Besides the level 3 helmet and the blue cloth-draped red crate, the cast iron skillet (basically, frying pan) is the other most iconic object to have come out of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (AKA PUBG) video game. As it turns out, this iconic object not only can save your ass (like literally because it is hanging at the back of your waist); it makes for an ideal headphone holder too, as demonstrated by NZXT Limited Edition PUBG-themed Puck. Continue reading This PUBG Skillet Won’t Save Your Ass, But It Will Reduce Desktop Clutter
Beneath the nondescript, fatherly-like looking wallet lies a couple of nifty features. First, it has the power to recharge your mobile device, and second, it has RFID blocking function. Both features are something one probably never expect from such a, ermmm, traditional looking wallet. In any case, The Phone Charging Wallet is NOT the first to boast either feature, but somehow, the look, coupled with its ability to serve as a power bank and a RFID blocking feature makes it strangely attractive. OK. Maybe it is not entirely true. Continue reading The Phone Charging Wallet Serves Its Purpose At An Affordable Price
Can 49 bucks get you a mobile phone in today’s context? Probably not, or so we thought. As it turns out for $49-79, you can not only bag yourself a mobile phone with cameras, but also a stylus pen, a laser pointer, a voice recorder, a radio, a media player, and even a fun voice changer to boot. Those things we have just mentioned are not several devices; they are packed inside one device, in a convenient, pocket-friendly package called Zanco S-Pen. Continue reading This Gadget Packs An Insane Number Of Features And It Is A Phone Too
Remember iPod nano? The square form factor, super tiny music player from Apple? And remember how people turned it into a watch prior to the market introduction of Apple Watch? Well, we might be seeing a resurgence of this gadget “re-appropriation.” But no, iPod nano is not making a comeback. Instead, the Pod Case for Apple Watch Series 4 will do the opposite to what users once did to iPod nano, but this time, it is about turning Apple Watch Series 4 into a iPod. Continue reading Pod Case Will Turn Apple Watch Into An iPod Lookalike. Yes, Really!
If you are into bad habits when using a laptop, then this Mobile Laptop Stand With Footrest from RoomyRoc, AKA Shenzhen Kedibo Technology, should be right up your sloppy alley. OK. To be fair, I can obviously choose not to use the laptop stand the lady did in the feature image and do what the other model did pictured below, but man, the posture is exactly what I did most of the time (oops!), so I am kind of sold by the idea. Continue reading Use Your Laptop Like A Boss With This Laptop Stand With Footrest
There is an obvious reason why almost all consumer and commercial drones are controlled using dual stick controllers, while military drones use a joystick similar to those found on aircraft. A dual stick controller lets you hold and maneuver at the same when there is no solid base like a table to rest the controller on. A military drone operator, on the other hand, has a table, complete with display and whatnot to create a cockpit away from cockpit environment. Notwithstanding this reason, former NASA astronaut Scott Parazynski begs to differ. Continue reading Former NASA Astronaut Wants You To Use A Joystick To Fly A Drone
There are too many devices that need to be charged. Funnily thought, while most of these devices may have different types of connector, they essentially uses chargers of the same rating. With this in mind, Xpower came up with Double Mag 2-way Magnetic Charging Cable that solves major two inconveniences: reduce clutter of too many cables and negating the need to ’aim’ to get the connector to fit the device. The magic behind this outstanding product is the separate magnetic connectors which you plugged into the respective devices. Continue reading Double Mag 2-Way Magnetic Charging Cable: One Cable To Rule Them All
Holga, the other name for lo-fi photography, has unveiled a battery-free instant photography printer. The Holga Mobile Photography Printer works much like Tomy’s KiiPix Smartphone Picture Printer we saw a couple of weeks ago, but it differs with a few neat features. Like the KiiPix, it is collapsible for ease of carrying around and it works based on the principle of pinhole camera. I guess you could say Holga Mobile Photography Printer is essentially a pinhole camera. Continue reading Holga Has A Battery-Free Photo Printer That Does Multiple Exposures
We don’t usually talk about screen protector, but here’s one that we thought every mobile phone users should be aware. It is called PURP by New Normal. What makes this screen protector stands out is, it will probably save your vision. How? Simple. By filtering out Blue light. Blue light, if you haven’t already heard, is slowly killing our eyes. This form of light can potentially blind us and it should scares us all because, most of us stared far too often. Continue reading This Revolutionary Screen Protector Will Save Your Eyes
This one popped up in our inbox and we are instantly intrigued. What you see here is the BLUFIXX Kit for Low Voltage Cables, a light curing cable repair kit that lets you fix broken cable stealth. We love how Zeljiko, whom emailed us, pointed out that it is “especially for the expensive white ones.” Now, we all know what this is referring to, don’t we? Continue reading Have A Broken Lightning Cable? Well Then, Repair It With BLUFIXX Kit!