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Asus VivoStick Is a Pocket Sized Windows 10 Computer

Asus VivoStick Is a Pocket Sized Windows 10 Computer

Asus just released some details on VivoStick, which is being called "one of the tiniest Windows computers on the market." The Asus Vivostick packs an Intel Cherry Trail processor, 2 GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0 into a package not much larger tha...

Brooklinen: The Sheets You Need

Brooklinen: The Sheets You Need

Great sleep starts with great sheets. That’s why our friends at Brooklinen have crafted a set of sheets that will make your whole bed feel like the cool side of the pillow. They’re a team of sheet experts that cut out the middleman and put their products through a rigorous R&D process to ensure the optimal balance of quality, comfort, and affordability. You can mix and match their sheets to make your bed look as good as it feels. Plus, as a Cool Material reader, you can get $15 off your first purchase with code COOLMATERIAL.

New Polaroid Instant Print Camera

New Polaroid Instant Print Camera

As much as we love the images that come out of our DSLRs, or the convenience of our phone cameras, there's still something to be said for the instant print gratification that we remember from the days of Polaroid. Recalling the whole point, shoot, print experience isn't going to ...

LG's New Full-Size Keyboard Rolls Up for Storage

LG's New Full-Size Keyboard Rolls Up for Storage

In an effort to save space, many portable keyboards feature squished together keys, like the keyboard was put in a vise. Portable? Sure. But that muscle memory from typing on a full-size keyboard all your life will make it a pain. LG's new Rolly Keyboard solves the problem in sty...

AeroTwist Bluetooth Speaker

AeroTwist Bluetooth Speaker

The AeroTwist bluetooth speaker offers a lot of the bluetooth speaker necessities you look for—hi-def sound, multiple drive and amp units, 3.5mm input, built-in mic, 10hr battery, etc.—but it packs it all into a circular package that, quite honestly, most notably resembles a ...

Google OnHub Router

Google OnHub Router

Google might have changed their name, but they still know a thing or two about the way everyone Internets. Their latest creation, outside of Alphabet, isn't a new email client, or a search engine, or even a website—it's a router called OnHub. OnHub is being billed as "a router ...

Turn Any TV Into a Touchscreen With Touchjet WAVE

Turn Any TV Into a Touchscreen With Touchjet WAVE

Using cutting edge infrared technology, the easily installed Touchjet WAVE (it's like one of those book lights, except you put it on top of your TV and plug in to an HDMI port) turns any TV into a touchscreen. The entire system is powered by Android 4.4, so you can get movies, ga...

The Graava Action Camera Edits Footage for You

The Graava Action Camera Edits Footage for You

You just finished filming your baby's first steps, or a sick ride down the mountain, or even a walk in the park. The footage looks great, but there's over three hours of it and most of it is white noise. While this is a pain point for most of us, it's not an issue with the new Gr...

The Phantom 3 Standard Is the Perfect Drone for Beginners

The Phantom 3 Standard Is the Perfect Drone for Beginners

When DJI released the Phantom 3 Drone, we told you they were the Apple of drones. If that Phantom 3 was the iPhone 6, the new Phantom 3 Standard is the iPhone 5S. It might not have all the same hardware or the same fancy specs, but it will get the job done quite well. Most import...

World's Smallest Micro 4/3 Camera

World's Smallest Micro 4/3 Camera

Founded by an engineer that spent more than a few years at GoPro, the E1 from Z Camera is the world's smallest 4K UHD camera with an interchangeable lens system. With E1, you get the convenience of a tiny action cam that fits in the palm of your hand and the quality of a professi...

Grado GH1 Headphones Are Carved From A Brooklyn Tree

Grado GH1 Headphones Are Carved From A Brooklyn Tree

Grado has been hand building products (headphones, mostly) in Brookly for over sixty years. They've made headphones out of quite a few different woods (Bushmills barrels, anyone?), but they've never made headphones from maple or from trees in Brooklyn. When John and Jonathan Grad...