Should Apple get their way, we'll all be paying for stuff with our phones/watches in the very near future — but if you'd like to consolidate your wallet without giving it up completely, the Plastc Card is for you. Meant to replace up to 20 cards while being nearly future-proof, it features a magnetic stripe, barcode display, NFC, Chip, and PIN capabilities, Bluetooth for syncing with the sleek app (that also lets you check your many balances in one place), and wireless charging. Best of all, you control the action via an E-ink touchscreen, giving you security measures and convenience that competing cards just can't offer.
Wireless hotspots are nothing new. But wireless hotspots that you pay for only when you use them? That's novel, and that's exactly what you'll find in the Karma Go. Completely contract-free, this small, sleek looking device gives you a speedy 4G LTE connection that you can share with up to 8 devices over 802.11n Wi-Fi, and sports a built-in battery good for 5 hours of Internet usage and 220 hours of standby time. But the best part is the monthly plan: there isn't one. You pay $14 for every GB of data you go through, and since your data never expires, you never pay for anything you don't actually use.