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Laser Projected Keyboard - Futuristic style laser projection virtual keyboard that lets you type whenever you need it. It's portable, sleek, sturdy and practical.

'Podo' ensures that your selfies will be absolutely hands free, so you can take pictures from meters away instead of the regular arm-length, it is a camera that comes with a repositionable adhesive pad. READ MORE at Yanko Design !

The Smart Beam (as it’s called) is as small as your phone and can project video to a size of 150 inches. This little cube is the smallest laser projector in the world! It sits right in your hand, giving you the feeling of wielding something rath

The APOLLO 1 smartphone is the latest in the nature-meets-tech trend that elegantly merges raw wood with ultramodern electronics. Its touchscreen display is delicately integrated into the wood body, a

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The heads-up display allows you to look at data on your windscreen and you can return calls or send text messages through voice commands. A great way of avoiding fumbling for your phone so you can keep your eyes on the road.

AMAZING TECHNOLOGY The 'Scarab Mouse/Gamepad' is a mouse that transforms into a fully functional gamepad with a pretty admirable level of ergonomic detailing. READ MORE at Yanko Design !

Another week, another batch of cool gadgets that every geek home should have. *I need the surf lounger.

NEW: Transforming Drone! The Linnaeus is a drone that’s designed to monitor large open green spaces, the drone’s design is in its ability to switch between terrain and flight operated drones.

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The Mild VR headset is designed to look familiar. While it is a VR device, it looks like it was designed to look good while worn, and not like you strapped a toaster to your face. The Mild comes with (Cool Designs Products)

Edible Water Bottle Could Change Hydration Forever-Created by Rodrigo Garcia Gonzalez, Guillaume Couche, and Pierre Paslier of Skipping Rocks Lab in London, Ooho is an inexpensive, biodegradable