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This homemade CO2 ‘gun’ shoots protective masks at people

This homemade CO2 ‘gun’ shoots protective masks at people

Amid the hostile emotions and combative deniers surrounding face masks comes an amusing video from a DIYer on YouTube who specializes in creating real objects out of fun fictional ideas. This latest example is a CO2-powered 'gun' that shoots face masks onto the faces of random people, using a combination of sticky tape and weights on strings to keep it fixed in place.

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Motorola inflatable chair just jumped the shark

Motorola inflatable chair just jumped the shark

Motorola wanted to remind people that their original Motorola razr phone was released in the year 2004. To do this, Motorola teamed up with the company Minnidip to create "another 2000s icon." They've released a new inflatable indoor/outdoor inflatable chair. They've released the MINNIDIP x RAZR CH(AIR) in Blush Gold.

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Turtle Beach Stealth 700, Stealth 600 Gen 2 ready for next-gen consoles

Turtle Beach Stealth 700, Stealth 600 Gen 2 ready for next-gen consoles

Truly Wireless Stereo or TWS earbuds are all the rage on mobile these days but there will also be a class of consumers that demand a bit more reliability than what even the latest Bluetooth version offer. Gamers are particularly dependent on quality sounds not just for critical audio cues but also for clear communication with teammates. For those low-latency wireless needs, Turtle Beach is rolling out its second-gen Stealth 700 and Stealth 600 Headsets, just in time for the arrival of the next-gen Xbox and PlayStation consoles.

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Galaxy Buds Live teardown is revealing and almost painless

Galaxy Buds Live teardown is revealing and almost painless

Given their size, it's almost too easy to take Truly Wireless Stereo or TWS earbuds for granted, that is until you remember how much a pair cost you. Still, considering how relatively cheaper these tiny accessories are compared to the smartphones they're paired with, some people probably see all but the most expensive buds almost like disposable products. Of course, that doesn't mean they can't be repaired and Galaxy Buds Live, a.k.a. "Galaxy Beans", owners will be happy to know theirs is one of the easiest to repair in the market.

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Sony giving some DualShock 4 colors an encore this month

Sony giving some DualShock 4 colors an encore this month

Throughout the current generation, Sony has released a number of DualShock 4 controller variants. In all, the company says that it has released 25 different colors around the world, with the selection seemingly rotating on a fairly consistent basis. If there's a color variation you like but never manged to get your hands on the first time around, then you might like to know that Sony is bringing back certain colors this month.

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This Sony WF-1000XM3 deal is an ANC earbud no-brainer

This Sony WF-1000XM3 deal is an ANC earbud no-brainer

Sony may have just updated its well-regarded WH-1000XM4 headphones, but if noise-canceling earbuds are more your style then there's a new deal there today. The Sony WF-1000XM3 active noise-canceling earbuds launched last year to rave reviews, and now you can get them with $60 off the sticker price.

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Amazon’s Echo Flex gets a simple but handy Smart Clock attachment

Amazon’s Echo Flex gets a simple but handy Smart Clock attachment

First revealed last year, the Echo Flex is a device that acts as an Alexa smart speaker that plugs directly into an outlet. As the name suggests, the Echo Flex is also a modular piece of equipment, as it has a USB port on the bottom that allows users to plug in attachments. We've seen a few different attachments for the Echo Flex including a night light and a motion sensor, but today, a company called Third Reality is introducing a new one called the Echo Flex Smart Clock.

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3rd-party Mac Pro wheels at last: OWC Rover Pro

3rd-party Mac Pro wheels at last: OWC Rover Pro

In late 2019, the Mac Pro was delivered by Apple without wheels. It's not that the computer needed wheels in the first place. The 2019 Mac Pro can sit on its bottom just fine. Apple released a package that one could purchase for the Mac Pro to add wheels to the computer: a product called "Apple Mac Pro Wheels Kit" still costs $699 USD from Apple today. The company OWC just revealed an alternative package.

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Sony WH-1000XM4 noise-canceling headphones arrive with upgraded ANC & usability

Sony WH-1000XM4 noise-canceling headphones arrive with upgraded ANC & usability

The hotly-anticipated Sony WH-1000XM4 noise-canceling headphones have arrived, an upgrade to the WH-1000XM3 with improvements to sound isolation and usability. Although at first glance they may not look much different to the outgoing headphones, the new WH-1000XM4 pairs Sony's QN1 Noise-Canceling Processor with a new Bluetooth Audio SoC.

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Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 tracks ECG and blood pressure [Updated]

Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 tracks ECG and blood pressure [Updated]

Samsung has a new smartwatch for your wrist, and the Galaxy Watch 3 aims to straddle fitness and fashion with some much-loved features from older wearables along with sleep and ECG tracking. Launching alongside the Galaxy Note 20, the Galaxy Watch 3 has a circular display surrounded by a physically rotating bezel, for quickly scrolling through apps and messages.

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Samsung Galaxy Buds Live promise everyday ANC with all-day comfort

Samsung Galaxy Buds Live promise everyday ANC with all-day comfort

Samsung's wireless earbuds line-up is getting a new option, with the Galaxy Buds Live debuting an all-new design along with active noise cancellation for the first time. Designed, so Samsung says, to be comfortable enough for all-day wearing - and with battery life to suit - the Galaxy Buds Live strike a balance between ANC and a non-isolating, vented design.

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Logitech G923 racing wheel is not for the casual racing game fan

Logitech G923 racing wheel is not for the casual racing game fan

Logitech G has a pretty long history of making gaming accessories, but generally, we’re used to seeing it make things like mice and keyboards. Today the company is branching out to more a niche market, announcing the Logitech G923 racing wheel, seemingly a follow-up to the G920. While probably not on the shortlist of items to buy for most gamers, it certainly sounds like Logitech G has put a decent amount of work into the G923 for the racing enthusiasts among us.

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