Printers are nothing new, but the Selpic P1 is unofficially the world’s smallest handheld printer. It basically uses inkjet technology and works just like a pen, thus enabling you to print photos, barcodes, QR codes, or plain text on just about any flat surface. Despite its size, the printer can work at any angle, including horizontal / vertical orientations, and can quickly switch printing direction from left to right or vice versa.
The X One electric bike is far ahead of its time, and not just because of its looks. Created by Spain-based startup Rayvolt, this bike features an Android touchscreen computer built directly into its top tube that enables users to perform various functions, like setting the pedal assistance level, checking current speed, monitoring the battery’s charge level, etc.