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The Ultimate DIY Tesla Kit If you’re fascinated by the idea of electricity, or you’ve idealized Tesla for as long as you can remember, you might enjoy the Tesla coil kit. It’s a DIY model that actually works, and it’s more than it appears to be. Whether you’re new to…
This may look like a coffee cup, but it’s not caffeine that’s juicing you up — it’s electricity. The Power Line inverter features two standard outlets and a USB charging port that can handle 120-volt devices requiring up to 200-watts of continuous power (400 peak) through the car’s 12-volt power socket. Your car may not be that great, but how many Cadillacs have you been in that can can power up your cell phone, game consoles and a toaster? $26.67 – Amazon
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There’s no shortage of battery packs and accessories to help you keep your favorite devices charged up away from home or the office. However, a new MacBook Pro sleeve from Incase is super appealing. With a 14,000mAh battery, a USB Type-C port, and a USB Type-A port, the sleeve can charge your Macbook Pro without adding much bulk to your laptop when it’s inside. The sleeve isn’t cheap though, as it will sell for $199 when it begins shipping in Q3. It will be available for the 13-inch and 15-inch MacBook Pro.
Sure, your Home, Office, and your closet showcase your geekiness, but have you extended your personality to your vehicle, as well? We can hook you up with decorative interior accessories like covers, sunshades, and mats, plus useful ones that’ll take advantage of your auto’s 12V power adapter / cigarette lighter to recharge your devices (we also have hands-free mounts). Display your geekiness without springing for a personalized plate with stickers and clever variations on those stick figure family decals. And don’t hit the road without the latest in technological auto safety accessories. It’s dangerous to go alone. Take this!
If you like butterflies then you will love the amazing gizmo? This electronic gadget makes a perfect christmas or birthday gift for anybody! Specially for old timers due to the butterfly being very active and which kind of fills the room.
OK, I admit it — I’m partial to pretty colors. This bright hanging lamp sends regular light downward, but it sends colorful illumination upwards, which you can interactively control via an app. It belongs in a room with Razer’s Project Ariana.
Nifty little light. The light is surprisingly bright given its size. The device is very lightweight. So far I haven’t had to wind it so I can’t comment on that. A friend liked mine so much that I bought one for her.
Toto’s marble-covered bathtub has lots of integrated tech — but what separates it from the rest is its ability to simulate the feeling of floating in space. A series of integrated jets lift your feet off the floor of the tub and the surrounding LED lights add the perfect interstellar ambiance.
The earliest documented use of the term gadget in context of software engineering was in 1985 by the developers of AmigaOS, the operating system of the Amiga computers (intuition.library and also later gadtools.library). It denotes what other technological traditions call GUI widget—a control element in graphical user interface. This naming convention remains in continuing use (as of 2008) since then.