Nuphy Air60

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The past three or four years, I’ve typed using only self-built keyboards. If I build it myself, I can use the materials and switches that feel right to me. Plus, I like over-building with quality through the roof. This, of course, tends to leave me with heavy typing apparatuses that are hardly thoughtful towards travel.

So… This summer I decided to test the Nuphy line of keyboards. Thus far, I have only positive things to say. While not built like my tanks back at the home office, the typing experience is still excellent… and you can’t beat the minimal form factor.

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Logitech MX Anywhere

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I am huge proponent of the MX line of mouses (mice?) from Logitech. In fact, the MX of one version or another has been my daily driver for the past decade or so. And now, Logitech has added a travel mouse to the line. Already ordered…

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Ricoh GR III Diary Edition

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For all intents and purposes, the GRIII is the best digital point and shoot ever made. And while I prefer the standard all black look of the camera, it’s now available in a natural titanium special edition.

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The Alter I

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EMO just released what I would consider the most exciting new keyboard of the year. It’s thin, wireless, features a rotary switch, and it drop deal gorgeous.

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NOCO

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I had two car batteries go bad last month. As such, I’ve spent the last week or so getting my shop ready to support new battery and keep them living. As part of that, I got three battery maintainers from NOCO. A buddy of mine recommended the NOVO Genius 5 and 10.

They are packaged beautifully, work perfectly, and feel as though they are made like a brick shit house. Couldn’t be happier.

NOCO is actually known for their battery jumpers, so I assume they are just as good.

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The NeoRuler

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Kind of hard to explain what this thing is, but it’s dope as hell. Essentially a digital ruler of sorts that escapes the confines of your device? Hell, I dunno…

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Elago iPad Stand

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Expensive as hell at over $100, but it’s the best stand I’ve found for the 12.9″ iPad Pro. Looks the part too…

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Belt Cable Duo

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I have a weird use case in my car in that I use multiple devices from different eco-systems. Software clashes aside, the biggest issue is really the number of charging cables I have to host. This dual cable (lightning and USB-C) has solved that issue in style.

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