High-tech fun and excitement for all, technophile or not.

Named for a mythological Greek figure who was punished by Zeus and made to go hungry and thirsty for eternity, the Trafalgar Triple Tantalus features three lead crystal decanters housed in a handled case made from Macassar ebony that almost shimmers with a high-gloss piano finish. When the case is locked, those decanters—and their liquid contents—are inaccessible. Fortunately, owners can avoid Tantalus’ fate with a simple twist of the key. $6,500;

Self-charging Adidas RPT-02 SOL headphones are equipped with Exeger’s Powerfoyle, a revolutionary light cell material that converts all forms of light—natural and artificial—into battery power. This means that each pair can store enough energy for 80 hours of playtime. They’re also constructed, in part, from recycled plastics, making them even more eco-friendly. $230;

Today’s computing technology produces compelling gaming opportunities that can feel truly immersive, but only when paired with a capable monitor. The Samsung 55-inch Odyssey Ark curved screen features a 165 Hz refresh rate that effectively eliminates lag, a 1-millisecond gray-to-gray response time, and variable refresh rate support. The screen can easily rotate into vertical or horizontal orientation, and it offers class-leading picture quality thanks to its Quantum Mini-LED construction. $3,500;

Since the debut of the original PlayStation in 1994, Sony has served as a major player in the video game console market. Now the Japanese company has doubled down on that investment with its first gaming screen. The Sony Inzone M9 delivers 4K resolution with four times as many pixels as Full HD monitors, plus a 144 Hz refresh rate. Best of all, its Auto HDR Tone Mapping and Auto Genre Picture Mode pair perfectly with the PlayStation 5. $900;

Equipped with a Laser Forge Image Engine that utilizes the same software implemented by professional movie theaters, the Nebula Cosmos Laser 4K also distinguishes itself for being the most compact 4K laser projector on the market. Home use of such a device has never been easier thanks to a Seamless Autofocus feature and an Auto Screen Fit function to instantly frame an image to the intended display space or screen. USB connectivity allows for easy access to streaming content, while a network of more than 7,000 apps provides access to 400,000-plus movies and TV show episodes. $2,200;

From the trusted audio brand of professional musicians comes the Marshall Emberton II portable speaker with Bluetooth 5.1 technology, providing more than 30 hours of untethered listening enjoyment. With an IP67 dust- and water-resistance rating, the speaker can handle the elements and easily pairs with other Emberton II speakers. $170;

Weighing less than 9 ounces, the compact (and foldable) DJI Mini 3 Pro can fly continuously for 30 minutes, is easily transportable, and doesn’t require registration in most countries or regions. Best of all, the drone’s Advanced Pilot Assistance System makes it easy to fly in challenging environments with obstructions or aerial traffic. From $760;

Stay organized and utilize hands-free viewing with the Native Union Snap 3-in-1 magnetic wireless charger. Designed specifically for Apple devices, the black metal docking station includes a magnetic stand for an iPhone, a wireless tray for AirPods, and a detachable puck for Apple Watches. Simply put, this charging station can handle everything that your always-connected, digital life can throw at it. $180;

An enduro bike isn’t just a trail bike but a vehicle intended for long-distance rides with frame geometry designed for maximum speed on descents and aggressive uphill pedaling. Similarly, the Ducati TK01-RR isn’t just an enduro bike, it’s one powered by a 630 Wh integrated Shimano battery and a Shimano electric engine that collectively produce almost 63 lb-ft of torque to assist with challenging climbs or other difficult trail conditions. Ultimately, think of it as an electric mountain bike that can inject a bit of motocross prestige into your off-road circuits. $8,295;

If you’ve ever wanted to wake up to the smell of freshly brewed coffee or tea—and have a cup of it in hand as you get out of bed— now you can with the Joy Resolve Barisieur tea and coffee alarm clock. The device effectively works as a pour-over coffee machine, powered by a 500W induction coil, which brews coffee and tea at just over 200 degrees Fahrenheit. It also works as a traditional alarm clock, and because it’s programmable, the machine can wake you up and, in the next instant, essentially hand you a hot cup of Joe. $445;

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