Hey woodworking geeks, salivate over this hand-held CNC. It's called the Origin, and it can work at any scale down to some very intricate pieces. Even better, its computer brain and robot innards corrects for your mistakes.
Other niceties: display so you can see what your cutting below, a touch-screen, a variable speed router, z-axis settings, dust extraction, and even cloud connectivity to transfer and share your designs.
Has Google’s Chrome OS-based Chromebooks caught your eye and now you're considering one?
We'll walk you through what you need to know – what's great, the limitations and how it compares to a traditional Windows, Mac or Linux laptop.
Of course, in the end your own requirements should drive your decision, but there's a good chance you may have room in your home for a Chromebook. Read more
Annoyed by your jumble of keys hanging off of your keychain? KeySmart offers up their eponymously-named product to wrangle those keys into submission. KeySmart consists of 2 laser-cut flat aluminum bars held together at its opposing ends by screws. Your keys fit in between the bars and rotate around the screw columns.
KeySmart prides itself on a precision-assembled product, a process that they show off in a video on their website, but it's not a false claim. I could tell this as I was going through the steps of disassembling and then reassembling my unit.