Tile first found success on Kickstarter making Bluetooth-enabled lost-and-found devices. The second generation Tile, pictured above, costs just $25, connects to an app on your phone, and has a loud alarm to alert you to its location.
The battery only runs for a year, but after that, you can return it for a discounted replacement.
Anker is selling a Bluetooth speaker that’s roughly two-thirds the size of a Rubik’s cube. Reviewers on Amazon praise it for its ease of use, NFC compatibility with Android smartphones, and simple design.
Amazon FireStick can turn any HDMI screen into a streaming device.
The FireStick is an incredibly useful streaming device, allowing you to make any HDMI-compatible device into a TV. Pair it with an external battery charger that can pack enough volts, and you have a setup that works without an outlet.
Lenovo’s mouse can flatten and twist into different shapes.
Lenovo, which has been experimenting with compact form factors in its laptop lines, designed a mouse that can double as a remote if you’re doing a PowerPoint presentation. All you have to do is twist the base of the mouse to the point where it lays flat, and it can fit into a pocket or function as a remote.