Get yourself a gaming mouse and browse the web like a king (buttons set for: open new tab, switching tabs back and forward, browser history backward and forward, etc)
The is one of the best starter sim racing wheel. Has 900° of rotation which can be tune with the Logitech hub on pc. It has a feature where it "vibrates" when you hit drive on the curbs on a track course or off road. The material is nice on the hand. The shift paddles are really nice and have a "clicky" feeling to them. Buttons are ina good position. The added "+ and -" are nice for switching menus in a race and the dial for tuning either the brake bias or fuel mixture. Can clamp to most desks. You just need about and inch to inch and a half of flat surface under the desk for the clamp to get on it
Pop-Shot is easily one of the most fun things you can buy for your house, if you have some extra space
Get yourself a USB condom! They allow you to charge your USB device in unfamiliar places without risking data theft by blocking the data ports
Whether you know your family history or not it’s really cool to see your dna broken down and to see where in the world your story started
This $38 Security Camera Is Better Than Cameras 5x More Expensive
Unbeatable value for DIY home surveillance. It can identify and track moving objects even when they disappear from view for a while. In addition I can move the camera from the app on my phone. It turns through a full 360 degrees but the up/down movement is more limited at 93 degrees. You can zoom, talk, record and take pictures with it through the app
This knife in my opinion is the knife to beat all knives. The ergonomics on the handle are great, ambidextrious thumb studs, solid lock up. pretty decent steel. Sharp right out of the box. The liner lock is extremely strong. For under $30 you can pick up a useful folder that will perform like a $150 Benchmade.
Store all you important documents, hardrives, valuables and photos in a fire-resistant safe box
A disturbing prediction of big-data dystopia and other things we should expect from the future
The ideas explored by the author are insightful and, at times, frightening. He does not leave any stone unturned, and discusses anything from the impact of A.I. in our lives to the future of religion.