It's sleek and sexy. Its interior offers amenities like Apple CarPlay, a built-in Wi-Fi hotspot, and memory foam seats. And you shouldn't care about any of that. Because the Koenigsegg Regera is all about speed. It combines a twin turbo, 5.0 liter V8 with a trio of electric motors, delivering a combined output of well over 1,500 hp. The result is a 0-60 time of under three seconds, a top speed of 255 mph, and, more impressively, the ability to hit 248 mph in under 20 seconds. The company claims that it could go faster, but there's this little detail called "traction" that gets in the way. Somehow, we think you'll live.
A modern problem, to be sure, how to balance smart functionality with traditional watch sensibilities. The Kairos Mechanical Smart Watch is one of the most interesting solutions we've seen. Instead of making a screen look like a watch or hiding smart functionality in a traditional face, this timepiece overlays a transparent OLED screen on top of a Japanese or Swiss movement-powered dial, giving you the best of both worlds. That is, fitness tracking, notifications, and more, with the precision, accuracy, and glance-ability of a classic wristwatch.
Part media streamer, part gaming rig, the Nvidia Shield Android TV Console is the latest device to vie for that spot next to your TV. It's powered by an Nvidia Tegra X1 processor, a 256-core Nvidia Maxwell GPU with 3 GB RAM, and Android TV, giving it the ability to support 4K output and a new class of Android games. But in addition to its ability to pump TV and movies into your living room and play games locally, it also supports Nvidia's Grid service, which lets you stream PC-quality games directly to the box and makes that ugly HTPC a thing of the past.