Cool new tech you’ve probably never seen before

Most new tech offers only an evolution on current products. But just occasionally, something truly remarkable comes through the door. Here’s some cool new tech offering features we have never seen before.

Cool new tech you’ve probably never seen before
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For a tech fanatic, there’s nothing more exciting than finding something you’ve never seen before. Here’s some of the cool new tech we have discovered recently — from airless car tires to fire-throwing pens.

SmartHalo 2 Smart Biking Device

This simple yet sophisticated device uses an array of lights to give you GPS directions for cycling. SmartHalo 2 also doubles as an alarm, a powerful front light, and an activity tracker.

Price: $119 USD

Dexquisite Self-Charging E-Bike

Speaking of cycling — this e-bike draws power from your pedalling to give you an extra push. Dexquisite has a range of 40 miles, and you can fold the bike in seconds for storage.

Price: $777 USD

HoverGlide Ultra Lightweight Floating Backpack

This remarkable backpack has a built-in suspension system. This means you can walk or run without having the full weight thudding down on your shoulders.

Price: $399 USD

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Zoeao GravaStar Robotic Bluetooth Speaker

With three legs and a cyclops “head”, the GravaStar speaker is straight out of a sci-fi movie. What’s more, it delivers great sound thanks to a 20W speaker and Bluetooth 5.0.

Price: $249.99 USD

Lyra Handheld Raspberry Pi Games Console

This awesome DIY kit lets you build your own Raspberry Pi-powered games console. LYRA can emulate classic titles, and the project helps you learn about electronics.

Price: $187.12 USD

GPD P2 Max Tiny Ultrabook

The GPD P2 laptop crams incredible specs into a compact device. It has an 8.9-inch display with full sRGB and 340ppi pixel density. It also provides a full QWERTY keyboard and an eight-second startup.

Price: $530 USD

Igloo Recool Completely Biodegradable Cooler

If you want to be kind to the environment, grab the Igloo Recool. Made from recycled paper, this cooler will break down safely once you’ve enjoyed your ice-cold refreshment.

Price: $9.95 USD

Michelin Uptis Airless Vehicle Wheel

It might only be a concept right now, but the Michelin Uptis could be the future of road travel. This airless tire cannot be punctured, and it’s better for the environment.

Price: TBA

Logitech VR Ink Pilot Edition Stylus

Coming soon to Vive, the Ink Pilot Edition Stylus will allow artists to work in virtual reality. You can draw on 2D surfaces or bring your ideas to life in 3D.

Price: TBA

Ellusionist Pyro Wireless Fireball Shooting Pen

Styled to look like a Sharpie, this marker pen has a cool secret. When you want to impress your friends, you simply remove the cap to start sending tiny fireballs across the room.

Price: $79.95 USD

Never seen before

From great innovations to fun gimmicks, there’s always some cool new tech to see.

We are curious: what new technology has surprised you this year? Share your discoveries in the comments!

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Meet Mark Myerson

Mark is best known for writing about apps, but he also loves the tactile, hardware side of technology. Being a professional photographer, he's pretty handy with a camera, and he's a self-confessed tweetaholic.
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