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There are dual-screen monitor setups, and then the Geminos by Mobile Pixels. Available in Geminos and Geminos X models, each one comes with two stacked 24-inch displays, a built-in 1080p webcam, integrated speakers as well as 100W USB-C pass-through charging. What sets them apart is that the X model boasts 1440p resolution and a 75Hz refresh rate, while the standard Geminos has a 1080p native resolution, along with a 60Hz refresh rate.
This may sound like something from a science fiction film, but one company has created a real working invisibility shield. It does not involve any extraterrestrial technology, but rather a precision engineered lens array that directs much of the light reflected from the subject away from the observer, thus sending it sideways across the face of the shield to the left and right.
The Sunslice Photon may not be the first solar power bank, but it’s unofficially the world’s smallest. When folded up, this wallet-sized device easily fits into your pocket, backpacks, etc. After opening it up, you’ll find five weatherproof solar panels designed to capture twice as much energy as its competition. This is made possible with highly optimized back-contact monocrystalline solar cells.
How about true wireless earbuds that double as a functional Bluetooth speaker? Meet the Duolink SpeakerBuds. You can either enjoy your favorite tunes with the earbuds or place them into the speakers for high quality stereo sound. It only takes 2-hours for a full charge, or extend its battery life up to 6-hours by slotting them into the speaker / charging case. Best of all, you can still charge the earbuds while playing music by putting them into the speakers.