Power and light are at a premium when you're on the trail, since, you know, there aren't any outlets available. The BioLite NanoGrid System provides both. This 4-in-1 system can function as a lantern, a torch, a powerbank for your USB-charging gadgets, and a daisy-chain overhead lighting setup. The starter kit includes one PowerLight — a 4,400 mAh battery pack and LED light all in one — and two SiteLights, 150 lumen lamps on ten feet of cord that daisy chain off the PowerLight to let you cover your entire campsite in illumination. You can expand the system by adding extra SiteLights, as it will support up to four, making it even more useful around the home should your power go out. Best of all, the entire system is compact, letting you replace multiple devices in your bag with a simple, affordable, and lightweight solution.
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Made in Detroit, the Falcon F7 gives the best European supercars a run for their money. A super lightweight monocoque chassis built from aluminum, carbon fiber, and Kevlar combines with a Lingenfelter-built twin turbo V8 pumping out 1,100hp to give it a 0-60 time of just 2.7 seconds, a top speed over 200 mph, and lateral acceleration over 1g. Other features include a six-speed dual clutch transmission, Brembo carbon ceramic brakes, an in-dash iPad mini for music control, and a removable targa roof panel. And it doesn't look too shabby, either.
Sadly, there's no Magsafe on the new MacBook. But there can be on any device you own, thanks to Magzet. This add-on to your current audio port relies on magnets to snap your headphone cable into the port, protecting your ears, your 'phones, and your device from potential ruin. It's also designed for modern gadgets, so all your in-line buttons and mics will work without a problem — meaning you can still change the song and then answer a call, all without catching your elbow on a cable and slinging your phone out of your hand and onto the floor.