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Cake’s first two bikes, the sold out Kalk Limited Edition and the Kalk OR, are designed for off-road pleasures of the green kind, but aside from recreation and rural utility, they had to remain off pavement. The newly announced Kalk& is just that: knobby-tired off-road capability coupled with updated gearing and increased top speed for freeway jaunts and city traffic. Though full specs haven’t been released yet, we know that Cake prides themselves on building their electric motorcycles from the ground up, using no off-the-shelf components but developing them from a blank slate. Materials like carbon fiber and aerospace aluminum make for lightness and rigidity, and the simple design is beautifully minimalist. Cake has given the Kalk& updates from tip to toe, so it should provide speed, ruggedness, and efficiency all around. The Kalk& should by torquey and fast, if previous models are any indication, so morning commutes could take on new meaning for you, and you’ll never have to fill up again. Look for the Kalk& to go on sale this March.

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Travel should be exciting, and without compromise–especially when it comes to your tech. Charging all your devices requires three products: a USB charger for multiple devices, a travel adapter for power outlets, and a power adapter for your laptop. That’s too many chargers. Get rid of all of them and replace them with the all-in-one Passport GO. 30W output with GaN (Gallium Nitride) technology for fast-charging, reduced heat and maximum compatibility. Four separate USB ports including USB-C PD and an AC plug to charge everything. This is the best travel adapter out there.