The Best Gadgets of the Week, Part 11

Springfield Darkhorse

Indian Motorcycle
The raging grill: The Springfield Darkhorse integrates BBQ on the go (Photo: Indian Motorcycle)

This will be the last summer days a pleasure. Motorcycle manufacturer Indian Motorcycle has unveiled a new model. The Springfield Darkhorse brings the summer really well again. Where normally the passenger sits down, it has a BBQ grill.

The Traeger Ironwood 885 Grill is heated with wood during the outdoor tour. Up to 10 chicken or 7 spare ribs can be sizzling on the way. On the occasion of the Sturgis Rally in the same place in South Dakota (USA), it will be used this week. Interested parties can also rent it.

Price: from $ 21,999

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Velox 2
Up to 50 km / h are possible with the Velox (photo: manufacturer)

It goes on fast. The new electric off-road skateboard from Velox comes in two versions for off-road on the market. Once as a SX-5 and once as a slightly larger XC-6. The models differ not only in name and size, but also in appearance and other factors. So there are u.a. an independent suspension and increased suspension travel of up to 10 cm.

The particularly quiet skateboards have wheels with a diameter of 9 or 10 inches. They are also equipped with a motor and battery. With this speeds of up to almost 50 km / h should be possible. A single charge will take you up to 30 kilometers.

Price: $ 2595 for the cheaper model, from $ 3,450 for the luxury model

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An external display for a (small) laptop can be handy. BladeX, already fully financed on Kickstarter with huge success, is the world’s thinnest (4.5 millimeters), according to the makers.

The 4K display brings it to 15.6 inches. The touch screen is charged via USB-C.

A flap unit with external connections also acts as a stand. If you prefer to lay the display flat on the table to use it as a graphics tablet – that too works. A cleaning kit and the charging cable are included in the package. If you can do without 4K, the “Lite” version gets cheaper than the 4K version.

Price: from 300 to about 500 euros

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Divoom Tivoo

Divoom Tivoo
Divoom Tivoo: Radio and more for retro fans (Photo: Manufacturer)

High-end sound you can not expect from the Divoom Tivoo Speaker, but it is still a piece of art with its pixel art. The compact loudspeaker looks like an old tube TV, but offers at least 6-watt 360-degree allround sound, weather display, push messages, sleep timer and LED editor. He can even serve as a DJ mixer with 48 sound effects including a flashy light show.

With Bluetooth 5.0 you can also connect the Divoom to your smartphone or tablet to play your favorite music from there. Alternatively, a 3.5 mm jack can be used. Even via a MicroSD slot can play audio files. The free Divoom app for control makes the use intuitive.

The time is displayed both digitally and analogously. The gadget can also serve as an alarm clock. Thanks to the 3000 mAh battery, 10 hours of play time are guaranteed until the Divoom needs to be recharged.

Price: around 65 euros

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LEAD shortlist

Casetify 1
The new Pokémon Collection by Casetify (Photo: Manufacturer)

Casetify Pokemon Edition: The US accessories provider Casetify has announced a new round of iPhone cases and accessories. The first two series have already been a great success and have sold well. For the third generation is also expected a big rush. Since August 8, the new cases and gadgets can be ordered. Other AirPods covers, Charging pads, Pikachu iPhone cases and more are available.

Prices: from 25 US dollars

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Sky Q Mini: The small receiver, an Android IP box for public television and Sky partner stations, has been extended this week for access to Netflix, DAZN and Spotify. Programs can also be viewed on demand, with Restart, Autoplay or Kids mode. The connection is via HDMI, LAN cable or WLAN.

Price: 49 Euro one-time rental fee / subscription required

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