With dual amps and DAC converters, the Onkyo DP-X1 Music Player is ready to make the most of any music you throw its way. To get the best sound, you can use the balanced 2.5mm 4-pole output with support for BTL and ACG drives, hook it up via the micro USB digital output, or just plug in your normal cans via the 3.5mm jack. It supports a wide range of audio formats, including 11.2MHz DSD, WAV, FLAC, and ALAC, and since it's based on Android, you also have access to apps like Tidal, Spotify, and Apple Music. It has 32GB of built-in storage with dual micro SDXC slots for up to 432GB total, can play up to 16 hours per charge, and has both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth with aptX for wireless streaming.
Today's digital cameras offer tons of features. So many, in fact, that they can distract from what's most important: your photos. The Leica M-D Camera packs high-tech components in a no-nonsense throwback body that eschews menus for manual control. It's so spartan, in fact, that the entire back screen and menu system has been replaced by a single control — an ISO ring — that joins the shutter speed dial and on-lens aperture and focus controls for a pure photographic experience. It has a 24 megapixel full-frame sensor, and lets you make the most of it with a subdued, red dot logo-less black body and a nearly silent shutter for discrete snapping.
For those looking for an advantage on the paintball course, look no further than the Goblin Deuce Double-Barrel Paintball Pistol. It's the world's first double-barrel air cartridge paintball pistol. Each set comes with two air cartridges, a four barrel sizer kit, a fitting tactical holster, air adapter, and 2 O-Ring kits. Or grab the conversion kit and add it to the Goblin Solo for the same double barrel effect. The double barrel gives you the ability to fire your ammo simultaneously, or release each round separately. It's the perfect covert edge you'll need during your next paintball war.
DeWalt already makes rugged tools. Now they're making a rugged version of the most important one: the smartphone. Powered by Android, the DeWalt Smartphone is as ready for the jobsite as any of their other tools, with IP68 dust- and waterproofing, military-grade protection against drops, bangs, chemicals, extreme temperatures, and pressure, and dual SIM slots for easily switching between work and home. It also has a 5-inch screen, LTE networking, wireless charging, and all the other features you'd expect in a phone, even one that's more suited to the boardroom than the boiler room.
Given the number of message screenshots we see a day, it's obvious there are a lot of people who don't mind their conversations being public. Talkshow lets others follow your conversations in real time. To use it, simply start a "show", give it a name, invite your co-hosts from Facebook, Twitter, or your contacts, and start talking. Each show gets its own easily-sharable URL, and editors will be on the lookout for the best shows, boosting them to the front page of the app. You can also follow other shows, like individual messages, and even send reactions. No screenshots necessary.
For many of us, it's easier to reach for some simple earbuds while we work rather than grabbing that pair of audiophile headphones. For those situations, Boomstick Headphone Enhancer should come in handy. It's compatible with any set of headphones and adds that extra layer of sound quality you miss out on when you use the basics. Most digital audio is terrible, and Boomstick will open your ears up to more detail from each and every song.