It's not the biggest camper around, but the Hutte Hut is certainly one of the best looking. Offering 44 square feet of interior space, it's big enough for a bed, a few bags, and other essentials. It feels bigger, though, thanks to a clean design that leaves the lightweight frame exposed, incorporates large, well-placed windows, and is capped by a taut fabric roof that serves as a perfect diffuser of natural light. Outside, its teardrop-shaped exterior is clad in sheets of Jobert Okume marine plywood, allowing it to look great in any setting.
With a heritage taking back 40 years to the 308 GTB, the all-new Ferrari 488 GTB boasts all the track-level performance you'd expect from the Prancing Horse. Like its predecessors, it sports a mid-mounted V8 — this time a new turbocharged 3902 cc unit — that's paired to a seven-speed transmission and is good for 660 hp, a 0-60 time of under three seconds, and a top speed of over 205 mph. Other improvements include track-worthy response times, a new version of Ferrari's side slip angle control system, and an aerodynamic body that set a company record for efficiency thanks to 50 percent more downforce than the previous model and reduced drag.
In modern times, seemingly everyone uses a camera — be it the one in your phone or a more advanced option — to document their life. The problem with that is while documenting, your life, you often forget to actually enjoy living it. Which is why they make the Narrative Clip. This small, wearable camera automatically takes a couple photos every minute using an eight megapixel sensor, allowing you to capture unique, first-person point-of-view photos you would have otherwise missed. 8GB ensures you won't run out of room, built-in Wi-Fi makes automatic uploading a breeze, GPS ensures you'll know the location of each shot, and Bluetooth lets you use your phone as a remote when you want to take more control.