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Lazer-Stunt-ChaserLazer Stunt Chaser, $65

This RC car can flip over and still keep going, thanks to wheels that work both right side up and upside-down. You control the car with a controller that casts a beam of light, which makes it easier to perform stunts and drive the car over the included ramp. There’s a speed burst mode as well. To charge the car, you connect using a small wire into a charging box that is powered by AA batteries.

MyKeeponMyKeepon, $37

One of the most brilliant robots you can buy (for the price), this dancing bot looks like a Pokémon or maybe a rubber duck. When you play music, the bot dances to the beat and you can even poke the device as well and see how it reacts. The MyKeepon bleeps and purrs sound like it has some form of sentient intelligence, even if it is really just responding to sound waves recorded with an internal mic.

Dyson-Hot-Fan-HeaterDyson Hot Fan Heater, $400

Available in white or dark blue, the Dyson Hot Fan Heater streams an even flow of hot air around a room at up to 99 degrees. The entire fan swivels in a 360-degree arc, oscillating the hot air around the whole room instead of just making your feet warm. You can push the base to adjust the flow lower or higher. The air multiplier tech squeezes air through tiny holes instead of using a fan, which means the entire device is safe to touch anywhere and produces more heat than a normal hot air fan.

Sony-DEV-5-BinocularsSony DEV-5 Binoculars, $2000

These powerful video binoculars use a 10x optical zoom and a variable digital zoom from 0.9x up to 20x. Yet, there’s more techie features than conventional binoculars: You can record what you see at 60 frames per second or the more theatrical-like 24 frames per second in full 1080p video resolution. For still pictures, you can capture them at an impressive 7.1 megapixels. As an added bonus, you can capture 3D photos and videos too.

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