If there is a God of stylus’, it’s no other than Pencil by 53. This highly responsive iPhone and iPad stylus lets you realistically draw while using your fingers to smooth edges and blend colors and the stylus’ built-in eraser to erase. While it’s powered by Bluetooth, it’s also usable without a connection. It’s made of solid walnut wood and is wonderfully comfortable to hold. It comes with a free app called Paper, which opens the doors to tons of awesome features, including note-taking and the ability the draw on top of photos.
This app-enabled BB8 droid is for any Star Wars fan who’s ever dreamed of having their own personal robot. Not only can you easily control it using your smartphone or tablet, this adorable astromech droid can also roam around on its own or abide by your voice commands. Bottom line: this is the coolest gadget for a Star Wars fan.
It’s impossible to not be noticed with this Sound Activated Flashing LED Tie. The LED lights on the tie flash in sync with the music playing, making it all-the-more awesome. Whether it’s for a rave, EDM music festival, New Year’s Eve celebration or a Halloween party, this original tie should fit the occasion. Also, with Halloween just around the corner, this tie is the perfect way to get away with not dressing up. Just throw it over a button-up shirt and let the flashing lights and music work its magic.
Experience the future of sound with this levitating Bluetooth speaker. Control your music from several feet away while your speaker gloriously spins on its invisible axis. For your uttermost convenience, it’s base comes equipped with a USB port for charging your designated source of music.
The best thing about the Datamancer Sojourner keyboard is the hundreds of hilarious reviews it has inspired on Amazon. While rummaging through dozens of reviews, you’ll suddenly stumble upon one that is so serious that it’s confusing. Are the swatches really from the Apollo 11 command capsule or am I gullible? Nonetheless, it seems as though fathers have sold their wives, their daughters’ virginities — only for the $15 shipping though — and even traded in their children to slavery in order to own this piece of work.