You have to be reeaaaaaally into retro gaming to drop $450 on a console that plays games from the mid-80s, but if you are, the Nt Mini is your move. It can play over 2,000 original Nintendo/Famicom cartridges and rocks both a 1080p HDMI connection and wireless controllers.
Like having Gordon Ramsey living in your kitchen but without the embarrassment of getting screamed at in front of your kids, Cinder is a countertop “precision” grill that can purportedly cook meat to restaurant-quality standards and within 0.1 degree of the target temperature.
Not only do these GPS-enabled ‘smart’ insoles comfort your barking dogs, but they also use vibrations to tell you which direction to walk to not get lost. Naturally, they sync with your smartphone and also double as a fitness tracker: keeping tabs on steps, calories, and distance traveled.
GoPro’s easy-to-fly, portable quadcopter comes with both a color-screen remote control (with one-touch take-off/landing button) and hand grip for smooth on-the-ground footage. It’s compatible with newer GoPro cameras (sold separately) and folds up to fit in a hardshell backpack.
Are you sharing a bed with a cover crook? This padded, 2-inch spring clamp holds blankets/sheets in place no matter how hard your partner pulls in his or her sleep. Tuck the attached grip pad under the mattress where your body weight will keep it in place — or tether it to the bed frame. That’ll show ’em.
EO2 is a matte-finish, “digital art display” and $10-a-month subscription service that lets you change the art on your walls with ease and near-infinite resources. There are 5 frames (black aluminum, maple, walnut, etc.) and 30,000 works to choose from using the accompanying smartphone app.