Resembling something out of Fortnite, the ZKZM-500 laser assault rifle is a China's latest development on the modern warfare front. The gun is capable of producing an energy beam that is undetectable by the naked eye and powerful enough to burn through a gas tank to ignite fuel and a piece of clothing in less than a second. The gun is sound-less, powered by a lithium battery, weighs less than seven pounds and is cable to fire more than 1,000 on each charge. In the event of a hostage situation it could be used to fire through windows at targets and temporarily disable the kidnappers while other units move in to rescue their captives. Dubbed a 'non-lethal' weapon, it'll be interesting to see the use cases for this this futuristic looking laser rifle. Developed by the Xi'an Institute and
KRADL Vertical MacBook Stand
The KRADL Vertical MacBook Stand is a sweet looking accessory that helps to organize your workspace and free up valuable desk real estate. Designed to fit both MacBook and MacBook Airs, the KRADL comes in six different colors, is made from aerospace-grade aluminum and features an anti-slip silicon bottom pad to keep your computer in place. We love the clean aesthetic, minimalistic nature and simple functionality of the KRADL.
Oru Coast XT Foldable Kayak
Living in Southern California, we're huge fans of ocean kayaking, yet find it pretty tough to fit kayaks into our midsize cars. San Francisco based Oru knows the struggle and has been creating compact and 'foldable' kayaks for years. Their latest iteration - the Oru Kayak Coast XT - is their biggest kayak yet and can support up to 400 pounds. The form is based off of traditional Arctic canoes and measures at 33" x 12" x 19" fully compacted and only 34 pounds, much lighter and more portable than standard ocean kayaks. The longer build profile allows you to travel faster and with more stability than past models. The Coast XT is not cheap, costing $2499, but the convenience and ease of travel make it worth it.