Whether your job is in a chilly office, you’re a naturally cold person, or it’s the dead of winter, you’ve probably experienced what it’s like to do your work while being cold. Instead of layering up with jackets, hats, and gloves, check out this list of items to warm you up in the office.
Real Christmas trees are great but they’re messy and require a lot of maintenance. An artificial tree reduces the hassle, but you need to make sure you get one that looks the part. Here are the best artificial Christmas trees you can buy.
Normal action cameras are… well, normal. But if you’re looking for something a little different, there are models that record video in 360 degrees at once using multiple lenses. Here are the best among them.
As part of a promo for the Italian Grand Prix, Lego built a functional Bugatti Chiron made from Technic pieces. And when we say “functional,” we mean you can drive it.
The Lego Bugatti Chiron is made of over a million individual Technic pieces—the line of Lego pieces that the company uses for more complex designs, especially ones with moving parts—but it’s not pure Lego. Since this thing needs to drive, it still uses a minimal metal frame and real Bugatti tires. Outside of those minor exceptions, however, the entire thing is made of bricks.
That includes the motor. Or, rather, motors. Specifically, 2,304 of the Lego Technic Power Function motors. These collectively give the vehicle an unfathomable 5.3 horsepower. That might not sound like a lot, but it’s probably more horsepower than any Lego creation you ever put together as a kid. That mild but impressive horsepower gives the car a theoretical top speed of 19 miles per hour.
As impressive as it is, the Lego version of the Chiron is almost certainly cheaper than the real Bugatti supercar. The regular Chiron costs around $2.914 million. Meanwhile, Lego pretty consistently prices its product at around an average of 10.4 cents per brick. Obviously some of these parts are more expensive—the motors alone would cost a little over $69,000 if you bought them at retail—but with a million pieces at around ten cents per piece, the car itself would theoretically cost around $104,000. Add the cost of the motors, and you’re looking at a total price of $174,000. You know, plus Bugatti tires, a metal frame, and the mother of all instruction manuals.
Most Bluetooth headphones sold today include a microphone in their housing, allowing them to make and answer calls. But a dedicated headset is still the best option if you want superior sound and battery life.