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With the Model 3 as Tesla’s primary focus, that electric pickup truck Elon Musk hinted at a while back isn’t going to be ready for a bit. In the meantime, Workhorse has swooped in and released an electric pickup of their own, the W-15. The W-15 is powered by Panasonic 18650 lithium-ion batteries along with a standard gas engine for trips that exceed the 80-mile electric range. Step inside and you’ll be greeted with an interior reminiscent of a Cat smartphone, meaning it has some tech but leans more rugged than sleek. A power export makes the W-15 ideal for the job site, as you can juice power tools from the vehicle’s battery pack. And if you like some briskness with that brawn, the Workhorse W-15 Pickup boasts a 0-60 time of 5.5 seconds. Production starts next year and pre-orders are being taken now, so if you can’t wait a few years for that Tesla, you have another option.

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AirPods, Apple’s popular wireless headphones, get a fresh look thanks to BlackPods, a company that paints real Apple AirPods using a proprietary painting and finishing process. Available in matte black, space gray or high-gloss black finish, each pair is hand-finished and tested. Whether you’re sending in yours or ordering new, combining the flexibility of wireless headphones with the sleek and luxurious BlackPods look will make plain old white AirPods seem boring by comparison. Better yet, BlackPods gives you $30 off your order by joining their e-mail list. It’s time to upgrade.