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$219.99 from analogue.co
Analogue's Pocket is a multi-video-game-system portable handheld. It's also a digital audio workstation with a built-in synthesizer and sequencer. Built as a tribute to portable gaming, the Pocket is compatible with over 2,000 Game Boy, Game Boy Color & Game Boy Advance games. No emulation. Yes, using the original game cartridges. The screen might offers 10x the resolution of the original Game Boy with 1600x1440 pixels in a 3.5" form factor. Turning the Pocket off actually puts it to sleep so you can pick up from exactly where you left off. And that's not all, combined with Analogue's Dock you can connect Pocket to your HDTV. Sync up an 8BitDo Bluetooth or 2.4g controller with the Dock and you get wireless play for up to 4 players and you can work with hard wired USB controllers too.
£44,950+ from polestar.com
Polestar's mass production 2+2 / Sportback, delivering over 300 miles of range and up to 469bhp. An impressive entry into the world of EVs that's for sure. Available in rear or all-wheel drive, Google built in, sustainable materials even the wing mirror have had some love and look stunning with their frameless design.
teenage engineering TP-7
£1,299 from teenage.engineering
The TP-7 is an ultra-portable audio recorder. Using the internal mic and speakers you can record and listen back directly through the device or use any number of the 3x two-way jacks for external mics, headsets or other signal sources. There's a range of connectivity options including USB-C, Made For iPhone and Bluetooth. Using the iOS app, you can get instant voice-to-text transcription and the device includes a both 6.35 mm jack adapter and textile USB-C cable in the box. Record 24-bit/96 kHz to the 128Gb of internal storage and enjoy 7 hours of battery life. Best of all, the centre of the TP–7 is a motorised 'tape reel'. The highly sensitive sensor lets you virtually grab your recording, allowing you to scrub and pause.
HMM Mugr & Patio
$104.56 from hmmproject.com
Made by combining Japanese ceramic and walnut wood, the Mugr and Patio are part of HMM's Coffee Series. The Mugr is easy to stack and handcrafted by Taiwanese artisans, coated with HMM's signature glaze to create the look and feel of cast iron.
Nikon Z 8
£3,999 from nikon.co.uk
The Z 8 from Nikon might be 30% smaller, but it brings feature set of the Z 9 into that smaller body. Featuring a 45 MP stacked CMOS sensor for impressive dynamic range, a deep-learning AF system, and both subject and eye-detection. The viewfinder has a 4-axis tilt allowing you to position it exactly to your liking. Capture 20fps at the highest quality, but if you step down to 11MP you can achieve 120fps. The Nikon Z 8 also allows you to record 8K footage.
DEKTON Snap Off Carpenter Pencil
£4.99 from amazon.co.uk
Ideal for marking wood and other materials like timber, metal, ceramic and concrete. The snap off lead allows you to get a sharp edge immediately or you can sharpen to your liking with sandpaper. Featuring a non-slip grip and supplied with additional lead, this should last 2-3 times longer than a traditional pencil carpenters pencil.
Zencix Shape Scissors
£23.50 from presentandcorrect.com
Available as a rectangle, triangle or circle, these shape scissors do more than just cut materials. Each features guides for drawing perfect circles at various sizes and the scissors with straight edges offer a ruled edge and the circular scissors can help to measure angles up to 90°.
Nanu Arc Alarm Clock
$191+ from kickstarter.com
Arc, from Nanu, is an alarm with the spirit of an analog clock. Designed to be timeless and as easy to use as your smartphone. Nanu started by refurbishing vintage clocks to see what literally made them tick. Instead of harsh, digital beeps, Arc includes an acoustic chime that gradually builds in intensity. The chosen frequency and mechanism will wake you at an optimal tempo and frequency of 494 Hertz which should wake you up without causing any anxiety at the start of the day.
teenage engineering mic CM–15
£1049 from teenage.engineering
A portable large-diaphragm condenser microphone featuring usb-audio interface, a preamp, a 3.5 mm line out and a built-in stand.
The Bartender's Manifesto
£21.25 from amazon.com
Toby Maloney's The Bartender's Manifesto will help you to think, drink, and create cocktails like a pro. This book offers a foundational approach to cocktails. Written by a James Beard Award-winning author you might even find yourself creating original drinks like a seasoned bartender.
Leica M11 Monochrom
£8,300 from leica-camera.com
The Leica M11 Monochrom and the 4th-gneration Monochrome sensor offer amazing detail, high contrast and natural sharpness. You can switch between 60, 36 and 18 MP at any time. As the name suggests, you compose your images without having to worry about tones and only looking at the light and shadows you want to capture.
Satechi Dual Vertical Laptop Stand
$39.99 from satechi.net
This laptop stand keeps your workstation tidy and devices within reach. The 2-in-1 design supports your Macbook and iPad vertically at the same time. The updated dock is able to cradle 2 laptops, 2 tablets, or even 2 smartphones vertically at the same time.