Thanks to our phones' built-in Maps applications, most people quit using standalone GPS units — and standalone GPS apps, for that matter — a long time ago. Garmin Viago is hoping to change all that. This premium navigation app offers online access to maps for many destinations around the world, as well as built-in features like current speed and speed limit, lane assist, weather information, in-map traffic display, and photo-realistic junction views. And if that's not enough, a number of add-ons are available for adding offline map access, real-time traffic with automatic rerouting, and even Garmin Real Directions, which gives you turn-by-turn directions by using landmarks, buildings, stop signs, and traffic lights instead of road names or numbers.
There are lots of things about the Titan Zeus 370-Inch 4K TV that are just a little bit insane. For starters, there's the size: this behemoth measures in at 370 inches corner to corner, meaning that you're going to need an awfully big room — or outdoor space — to enjoy it. It also weighs nearly a ton, so you're going to want to make sure you've got plenty of support underneath it. It's 4K resolution, so you're going to have to put in some work to find stuff to show on it, and only four are being made, so you'd best hurry. But if you've got the $1.7 million to pay for it, odds are you can get the rest of that sorted out.
Enjoy great sound wherever you are this summer with the Braven Mira Speaker. Designed with portability in mind, this puck-shaped system features a built-in multi-purpose hook that lets you either stand or hang the speaker, as well as on-board volume and track controls, IPX5 water resistance for aquatic adventures, the ability to act as a speakerphone, an auxiliary input for non-Bluetooth audio sources, and a surprisingly stout battery that provides up to 10 hours of playtime for all-day excursions.
There are all sorts of gadgets out there to help us track our activity — but what about what we're drinking? Meet Vessyl. This ingenious piece of drinkware automatically recognizes what beverage you've placed inside it, allowing it to keep track of things like calories, caffeine, sugar, and fat ingested, and your overall hydration level via a system called Pryme. A slick, built-in hidden screen can show you basic info, and for a more complete view of your hydration habits, simply pair it with your iOS or Android device via Bluetooth and let the companion app handle the rest.