Logitech MX Anywhere 3 Computer Mouse
Logitech has just unveiled their all-new MX Anywhere 3 wireless compact computer mouse, and it just might be the best one yet. Designed for advanced creators, developers and even light gamers, this device was built to track on just about any surface, including glass. Boasting a next-generation MagSpeed wheel, the MX Anywhere 3 is capable of quietly scrolling up to 1,000 lines per second, while auto-shifting between ratchet and hyperfast mode, giving you the highest precision in a compact mouse.

Samsung 0 Clean Face Mask
Photo credit: Jungkwang Hwang
Germicidal ultraviolet light harnesses a portion of the electromagnetic spectrum that contains short waves of radiant energy, called UV-C. This wavelength is further away from the visible spectrum than other forms of UV light, basically gives viruses a lethal sunburn. If you were to implement this into a portable face mask cleaner, it would probably look something like the Samsung 0° Clean by Jungkwang Hwang.

Porsche Taycan Turbo Safety Car Le Mans
Photo credit: Mathieu Bonnevie | Porsche
What better way to kick off the 24 Hour Le Mans Season Opener than by driving the new safety car, a Porsche Taycan Turbo, from the automaker’s experience center in Hockenheim? That’s exactly what happened, using the vehicle’s battery-electric all-wheel-drive drivetrain with a permanent-magnet synchronous motor on each axle generating 671 hp and 627 lb-ft of torque. Thanks to Porsche Destination Charging, making sure the Taycan is charged was a breeze. Guests of selected hotels, golf courses and marinas can also access these 1,000+ charging points across 20 countries.

Segway-Ninebot Gokart PRO
Unlike its predecessor, the all-new Ninebot Gokart PRO has a 4.8kW engine that produces 96Nm of torque, enabling it to hit a top speed of 23mph. It’s powered by a 432 Wh battery pack that offers up to 15.5 miles of range, complete with four air-ducts for extra cooling. Plus, it comes with an Immersive Engine Sounds Simulator, comprised of 4x8W high-power speakers, that can emulate the engine sounds of single cylinder, two cylinder, V8, or V12 engines.

Bugatti Next-57 Batmobile
Photo credit: Doinnext Cong
If Bugatti designed the next Batmobile, it might look something like the Next-57. This all-electric vehicle combines past and present into an eye-catching design, complete with rounded LED headlights as well as a mirror black finish. Auto enthusiasts probably already know that even early Bugatti models had engine blocks that were hand scraped to ensure that the surfaces were so flat that gaskets were not required for sealing.