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The tStylus allows users to transfer data between devices without pairing

Chinese startup Tagtal is looking to bring an interesting new stylus to market. The tStylus, as it's called, is able to copy data from the screen it's touching and bring that data to another device. While in use, the stylus functions like a physical version of the selection tool in Photoshop. Instead of moving from image to image, you are moving from device to device. It is able to move images, video, and other various forms of media between the two devices, as long as each of them is running the software that allows it to receive input from the tStylus.  Read More

The Pogo is designed to protect headphones by allowing them to break away when pulled A new device called the Pogo is aimed at protecting headphones or earbuds, as it is designed to allow them to break away if pulled, instead of snapping off their plug.  Read More

The Strapp Wallet is designed to be secured without chains Remember when everyone had those wallets with chains linking them to their pants? It was an interesting look, but it also offered the useful feature of keeping everything attached to your body. The look may be out of style, but Charles Harris is looking to bring the functionality back with his Strapp Wallets. Instead of a chain, it features an adjustable-length lanyard that can be completely hidden away.  Read More

Parrot's new Zikmu Solo is a single-speaker, 2.1 audio system Parrot, a company known for its high-end audio devices, has released a new entry in its Zikmu line of wireless speakers. The new model, called the Zikmu Solo, features a 2.1 configuration, which is designed to generate high-performance sound quality without the need for two separate speakers.  Read More

The Sound Band doesn't use speakers to play back sound

Generally, when you think of headphones, you imagine small speakers that either sit in or over your ear. The Sound Band is different, as it doesn't feature any speakers at all. Instead, it uses surface sound technology, which means the user's ears are left open to take in the sounds around them.  Read More

What the weeds look like once pulled out of the ground with Ring Weeder Removing weeds can be annoying, especially in an area with a lot of plants. Ring Weeder slips over the user's index finger and allows for precision weed pulling all the way down to the root.  Read More

MUZIK's new on-ear headphones feature social networking connections

Generally, when we think of advancements in the headphone space, we think of better noise cancellation, improved sound depth, and the like. Well, a new company called MUZIK is aiming to push the market forward, but not in the traditional way. Instead, it's launching a line of connected headphones that allows users to share what they are listening to with the touch of a button.  Read More

The X-Arcade Solo features nine buttons for authentic arcade play

Back in 2009 we reviewed X-Arcade's Dual Joystick, and now the company is bringing out a single version of the device for players who don't want to share with friends. Just like a real arcade machine, the X-Arcade Solo Joystick is built to take a beating, so players can have a blast getting an authentic experience from their games without worrying about breaking anything.  Read More

The mochibag is a new take on the tried and true drawstring backpack Drawstring backpacks can be incredibly useful, but the way their cords behave can be troublesome. The team at mochilabs set out to fix this with its new design that aims to keep the drawstrings even and balanced.  Read More

The UpWrite sitting or standing desk features a whiteboard surface Anyone who works from home knows just important a good desk is. While tons of desks are available on the market, the UpWrite is fully adjustable between sitting and standing, and it comes with a whiteboard surface. This means users can jot notes down as they work without worrying about ruining their desktop.  Read More

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