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Lapka Bam Breathalyzer

Whether you're using it to help you decide between getting behind the wheel or calling a cab, or just engaging in some friendly BAC competition between drinking buddies, the breathalyzer is a great tool for helping you stay in touch with the effect those beers are having on your body. But, with clunky design, clumsy interfaces, and interchangeable mouth cups, they haven't changed much since their inception — until the Lapka Bam Breathalyzer ($200). Encased in ceramic, this small cylinder fits conveniently within your palm, using your hand as the mouthpiece, and an app on your iOS or Android phone — via audio signal — as the interface. As your BAC rises, the app actually changes, updating to make it easier to read and more useful. It's an artful combination of form and function, that may just save you from a costly DUI, or worse.

  • Dell UltraSharp UltraHD 4K Monitor

    For graphics-intensive work, you need a little more than the average monitor to meet your demands — and the Dell UltraSharp UltraHD 4K Monitor ($1,400-$3,500) is there for you with ridiculous pixel density and color precision. Available in two sizes, 32 inches and 24 inches, these monitors are made for graphic designers, photographers, video and game designers, CAD designers, and others who demand stunning resolution on a huge screen. The 32-inch model features 3840 by 2160 resolution on a 31.5-inch screen — while it and the smaller 23.8-inch screen are capable of delivering four times more visual information than your standard HD monitor. Both deliver excellent color reproduction, with support for most of the industry standards, precise calibration, and the ability to deliver nearly the entire color spectrum.

  • Kano DIY Computer Kit

    There's no denying it, computers, software, hardware, microprocessors, control nearly every thing we interact with on a daily basis — from the cars we drive and the toys we play with to the appliances we use and the conveniences we rely on. In spite of this, comparatively few people understand computing technology. The Kano DIY Computer Kit aims to change that, empowering everyone from grade school kids to adults and everyone in between to build and program their own computer. These kits include all the things you need to build a functioning computer — but the fun doesn't end there. Once you've completed your computer, you are free to program games, and other software, hack into the command line, and much more. It's the embodiment of the idea of learning while doing.