Bill Smith


Xiaomi 80W Mi Wireless Charging
Even with all the power bank options out there, sometimes, you just want to quickly recharge your smartphone. Xiaomi introduces its 80W Mi Wireless Charging Technology that will allow you to do just that. Just how fast is it? It can power up a 4,000 mAh battery to 10% in 1 minute, 50% in 8 minutes and 100% in just 19 minutes. The iPhone 12 Pro has a 2,775mAh battery, so if it was compatible with Xiaomi’s technology, the handset could be fully charged in possibly just 15 minutes or less.

Aertos 130IR Commercial Drone
Let’s face it, standard drones just wouldn’t last very long at a commercial construction site, that is unless…you’re using an Aertos 130IR. Built by Digital Aerolus, this drone boasts a carbon fiber composite frame, four reinforced propellers, and nine sensors, including LiDAR, that help it navigate even the trickiest of obstacles. In addition to the collision-tolerant frame, what really sets it apart is the Folded Geometry Framework (FGF), an AI system that enables the drone to self-correct during flight.

DJI RSC 2 Gimbal
For vloggers and content creators looking to take things to the next level, consider picking up a DJI RSC 2 handheld gimbal. At just 2.6-pounds, it can easily be folded down and stored in a backpack. Featuring an optional ActiveTrack 3.0, portrait-to-landscape one-touch fast switching, camera focus, shutter control, and the Titan Stabilization Algorithm with SuperSmooth. As a matter of fact, its motors are 50% more powerful than the Ronin-SC’s, complete with smoother, steadier movements.

Mercedes-Benz EQC 4×4² Concept
When you think of off-roading, an electric SUV usually doesn’t come to mind, that is unless…you’re talking about the all-new Mercedes-Benz EQC 4×4². At 293 millimeters high, the EQC 4×4² rides more than twice as high as a production EQC (140 millimeters), thanks to the conversion to portal axles. In other words, unlike conventional axles, the wheels are not at the height of the axle center, but rather situated much lower down on the axle hubs owing to the portal gears.

Razer Blade Stealth 13 Ultrabook
Razer’s Blade Stealth 13, touted as the world’s first gaming ultrabook, just got a few upgrades that boosts its performance even more. Available later this month, you’ll be able to configure it with an 11th-generation Intel Core i7-1165G7 processor, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 Ti (Max-Q Design) graphics, 16GB of LPDDR4X 3733MHz RAM, and 512GB of internal storage, making it up to 2.7 times faster in content creation as well as over 20 percent faster in office productivity than its predecessor.