Razer Goes White With Mercury Edition Gaming Peripherals

Razer’s myriad of gaming peripherals are predominantly black and if that does not catch on with you, well, we say, don’t let the dark side stop you from getting the good stuff. Not that you should go with the flow and betray your principle. You really don’t have to because now some of Razer’s most popular gaming peripherals are available in white. The Razer Mercury Edition, as they are called, are available now as an added color option, in addition to the standard Razer black and Gunmetal Grey, for those prefer not to be engulfed in black. Continue reading Razer Goes White With Mercury Edition Gaming Peripherals

Razer Quietly Announced A Chroma-enabled Headphone Stand/USB Hub

If you have a pair of crazy awesome headphones like the Tiamat 7.1 V2, you would want a proper receptacle or holder such as, for example, a headphone/headset stand, to hold it when it is not in use. But you probably don’t want just any headphone stand. You will want the Razer Base Station Chroma. So what the hell is a Razer Base Station Chroma you ask? Well, it is yet another element of customizable Chroma lighting that adds more dazzling eye-candy to your gaming setup and while doing so, it also serves as a practical desktop headphone stand and a USB hub. Continue reading Razer Quietly Announced A Chroma-enabled Headphone Stand/USB Hub

Canadian Watchmaker Managed To Pack A Slide Rule Into A Wrist Watch

In an age where smartphone rein supreme, you’d be hard pressed to find the need for any additional functions beyond time reading for a wrist watch. However, that will not make the Slide View Watch any less attractive (not even a little, really!). This new mechanical timepiece from Canada-based Caliper Timepieces has a few nifty tricks up its sleeve that, to be honest, you can easily get from a modern smartphone. But like I say, it is not going to affect my opinion about this beautiful timepiece. As you can see from the product images, Slide View Watch appears to sport two additional bezels with a bunch of indexes and numbers. Continue reading Canadian Watchmaker Managed To Pack A Slide Rule Into A Wrist Watch

James Bond Probably Has Some Use For This Suit-like Wetsuit

Remember how in some James Bond movies, our dear everybody-knows-who-he-is, not-so-secret, secret agent emerged from the sea and swiftly swapped into a tuxedo suitable for ‘infiltrating’ a high society party? Well, If only dear Mr. Bond had Trompe L’Oeil Technical Wetsuit by Thom Browne, he wouldn’t even need a change. He can just step out of water, shake himself dry (or with a towel, whichever pleases him) and proceed to mingle in the highly suspicious party. As you can see, the American fashion designer’s iteration of the wetsuit is anything but casual. Continue reading James Bond Probably Has Some Use For This Suit-like Wetsuit

Mexxenger Is An Expressive Bag, Comes With Wireless Charging As An Option

Wireless charging on-the-go is just about as crazy as it sounds, or so we thought. If you think it is not possible, well, I guess you and I are both wrong because there’s a new bag, messenger bag to be exact, in town that actually has a pocket which charges your Qi wireless charging compatible smartphones. We are not sure how it works to ensure wireless charging aren’t periodically disconnect, but in case it fails, there is always the USB route. Pretty neat, eh? Called Mexxenger (note: not a type, btw), it is just about as high-tech as it says it is. Apart from wireless charging, it has a non-critical-to-a-bag use but yet interesting enough feature called Smart Badges. Continue reading Mexxenger Is An Expressive Bag, Comes With Wireless Charging As An Option

Phiaton‘s New BT Audio Cans Is A Beauty Designed For Traveling

If you are looking for a pair of headphones that delivers and at the same, hefty with style, then you can probably count on Phiaton. Phiaton is no stranger in award-winning headphones and while the new Phiaton BT 390 Foldable Bluetooth HeadphonesPhiaton BT 390 Foldable Bluetooth Headphones did not get an award (yet), it is no less stylish. Designed for travelers and commuters alike, it features Bluetooth 4.1 for a frustration-free music enjoyment, an easy-to-carry design for on-the-road use and quality wireless audio with an impressive battery life of 30 hours of music playback, non-stop. Sound delivery is via 40 mm drivers with emphasis on high-frequency clarity while oversized neodymium magnets promised “rich, commanding bass.” Continue reading Phiaton‘s New BT Audio Cans Is A Beauty Designed For Traveling

With EcoLantern, You Can Literally Have A Party When Out In The Wild

You need the light, you need music and sometimes, you need a little jolt of juice for your mobile devices when you are out in the wild, so it makes perfect sense to be lugging along a multi-function camping gadget like the EcoLantern Bluetooth Speaker Outdoor Lantern by ECOXGEAR, a Grace Digital Audio company. EcoLantern is a 10-inch tall lantern with multiple light modes, an omnidirectional Bluetooth speaker, and it is also a powerbank for times when you small gadgets need recharging. As a lantern, it offers you 400 lumens of light with a choice of modes, including bidirectional control, dimmable, multi-color, and emergency flashing. Continue reading With EcoLantern, You Can Literally Have A Party When Out In The Wild

Pioneer $100 Lightning Speaker Will Made Conference Speaker Obsolete

Gone are the days where you need clunky equipment to set up a proper conference room that could potentially that cost tens of thousands of dollars. With the advancement in projection technology, a palm-size projector like The Cube or UO Smart Beam Laser Projector, along with a smartphone, could be the answer to your need for visual presentations and today, Pioneer and Onkyo U.S.A. Corporation announced yet another revolution in boardroom conferencing: a smart, pocket-size Lightning-powered conference speaker called Rayz Rally. Continue reading Pioneer $100 Lightning Speaker Will Made Conference Speaker Obsolete

Meet WhiteFox, A Sweet, Fully-programmable Mechanical Keyboard

The awesome clickety clack sound when typing on a keyboard is something quickly becoming a thing of the past. I mean, sure, however quiet keyboards are, they will still create a signature noise, but it will never be the same as what the good’ol mechanical keyboard reproduces. That, along with the bold ambition to make the best keyboard in the world, lead to the birth of WhiteFox keyboard. The brainchild of WhiteFox keyboard is keyboard designer Matteo Spinelli who, with the help of Input Club, brought WhiteFox to life. Continue reading Meet WhiteFox, A Sweet, Fully-programmable Mechanical Keyboard

R-PUR May Very Well Be The Mask Motorcyclists Never Knew They Need

Air pollution is serious issue in metropolitan areas. If you are driving in a four-wheeler, i.e. an automobile, you are less exposed to harmful particles in the air because you would have air-conditioning. Motorcycles too have air-conditioning, but in natural form which means, air pollution is going to hit you hard when you are riding a motorbike. If you ask the scooter-riding community in Taiwan, they will tell you the solution is simple: just wear mask. However, you probably don’t want to wear any mask; you want R-PUR. Why? Because it is the first anti- air pollution mask designed specifically for riders and it may very well extend your lifespan. Maybe. Continue reading R-PUR May Very Well Be The Mask Motorcyclists Never Knew They Need

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