Quick, look at your laptop. Can you remove the display? Or swap in components on the fly? Or literally throw it from a moving train without breaking it? Probably not. But if you wish you could, Panasonic’s new TOUGHBOOK G2 is the modular PC of your dreams.
This thing is seriously wild. It’s a tablet-sized computer built to take a beating. But that’s not even its claim to fame. Nay, that belongs to its modular design. You can remove the keyboard, swap in a Blu-Ray Drive or credit card reader, and even swap out the battery if you need. Granted, this thing isn’t really designed for the consumer market—it’s really made for the harshest of work environments, like battlefields, construction sites, or anywhere with at least one toddler (kidding). But hey, if you’re interested in all the details, hit that top story and grab your wallet.
Okay, so hear me out: this chair is absolutely goofy looking, but it’s the best chair I’ve ever sat in. It literally changed my life.
Panasonic is a leader in ultra-rugged PCs, which are generally intended for military and construction workers in harsh environments. But if you’re somewhat familiar with Panasonic’s TOUGHBOOKs, you’ll find yourself awestruck by the company’s new TOUGHBOOK G2. It’s one of the most outrageous PCs we’ve ever seen. Read More »
When I first put eyes on the BackStrong C1 chair from all33, I chuckled to myself and thought, “it looks like a small chair inside of a big chair.” The whole concept seemed silly to me, but I figured I’d give it a shot. And boy, I’m glad I did. At the risk of sounding hyperbolic, this chair changed my life. Read More »
Amazon is now offering a masculine-sounding voice option to its virtual assistant, Alexa, which has now started rolling out to users. The company is also introducing a new wake word, Ziggy, to trigger the assistant. You can hear the new assistant’s voice here. Read More »
Rumor has it that Samsung will announce its Galaxy Z Flip 3 and Galaxy Z Fold 3 at its Unpacked event on August 11th. Those who hope to get the phone on launch day can now reserve their model on Samsung’s website, and interestingly, this reservation page lets you choose up to two devices for trade-in. Read More »
If you aren’t the only person in your house that’s working from home, you know how difficult it can be to find a quiet spot to work in that still has a solid internet connection. Now, with Verizon’s new Mix & Match on Fios plans, you’ll be covered. Read More »
Get some help keeping the content in your dresser drawers organized with these handy adjustable drawer dividers. The pack contains four stylish separators that can expand from 11-17 inches. They’re perfect for use in bedroom, bathroom, kitchen, and office drawers, but can also fit in large storage containers as well. The simple one-click installation lets you adjust to the length you need then lock it in place via a spring tension lock. You can use them to organize your drawers from front to back or side to side, and there’s also a longer option available that extends from 14.9-21 inches for larger drawers.
Electric vehicle owners that don’t drive a Tesla received some good news this week. That’s because later this year, Tesla will be opening up its expansive Supercharging network to other EVs, giving you more options to top off while driving. On the flip side, Tesla’s Superchargers will be even more overcrowded as a result. Read More »
Last week, a Bloomberg report revealed that Netflix hired Mike Verdu, a former EA and Oculus executive, to lead a new games department. We speculated that Netflix may focus on the “addictive” mobile games market, a hypothesis that Netflix has now confirmed in a letter to its shareholders. Read More »
The past year has certainly made things like travel interesting, to say the least. Google has now added a few helpful features to Google Maps to make traveling—or even just commuting to work or getting around the city—a little bit easier. Read More »
If you have a Pixel 4 XL with power or charging problems, we have some good news. Google is extending the repairs and warranty program for its XL phone by an extra year. However, the extension is for specific regions and only applies to select problems with the phone. Read More »
Smart bulbs can transform your home into an exciting, automated wonderland—but only if your family members agree to stop flipping light switches. Nokia’s solution is to skip the smart bulbs entirely. Its new line of Smart Lighting switches add dimming, automation, and voice control to an entire room, and can be flipped on and off by family members without any consequence. Read More »