A hybrid between an electric scooter and a skateboard, Powerboard’s Hoverboard will have you hovering around town like you own it. While it might come off as the safest idea, its 2 wheels are self-balancing to keep you sturdy and it hits a maximum speed of 8 miles per hour. Its rechargeable battery will keep you moving for up to 6 hours.
This iPhone 6 Rhino Shield screen protector is shock-absorbent, fingerprint proof, and practically bullet-proof. Since it’s made of a glass-like material, you won’t even notice it’s there while it also won’t shatter like most glass screen protectors. This is definitely the best screen protector for a reckless and/or clumsy person.
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 Kano DIY Computer Kit is a great entry route into the world of coding and technology development. Using this kit, virtually anyone over the age of seven can learn how to build and program a computer. Instead of a tedious manual, Kano comes with easy-to-follow story-like instructions that will walk you through the process using fun illustrations. It also comes with a build-it-yourself speaker and a wireless keyboard and mouse.
Hiku shopping list might not be a necessary household item, but for anyone with less than perfect organization skills or a shady memory when it comes to replacing household items, Hiku is a pretty useful gadget for the home. Basically, whenever an item needs replacement, whether it be toilet paper or deodorant, scan the barcode using Hiku and the item will be added to your smartphone’s shopping list. Hiku also recognizes your voice so you can verbally add items to your list as well. It contains one user-friendly button and a magnetized back, allowing it to be set up on the fridge for easy access. As long as Hiku is in your kitchen, you’ll never be able to use the famous “I left the grocery list at home!” excuse.