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Gear this week: A Lego Bugatti Chiron supercar, a desktop Tesla Supercharger, and more
By Team HardwareZone - 14 Jun 2018,11:11am

Gear this week: A Lego Bugatti Chiron supercar, a desktop Tesla Supercharger, and more

Lego Technic Bugatti Chiron

The Lego Technic version of the French ultra-luxury supercar comes with intricate details and flourishes. The 1:8 scale replica model is huge, and features 3,599 pieces. There’s a Lego Technic 8-speed gearbox with paddle gearshift, and the sophisticated W16 engine comes with moving pistons. Open the hood, and you’ll even find a stylish Bugatti overnight bag inside.

Find out more about the Lego Technic Bugatti Chiron.

 

Razer Blade (2018)

The new Razer Blade is a super compact 15.6-inch notebook that feels more like a 14-inch notebook. Its design has been completely overhauled and it boasts slim bezels with an expansive display. Its angular new look now echoes the Razer Phone. Its 1080p 144Hz IPS panel should provide buttery-smooth gameplay, especially when paired with the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Max-Q. 

Find out more about the Razer Blade (2018).

 

Schiit Lyr 3

Schiit’s third-generation Lyr tube headphone amplifier combines all the things audiophiles love in a neat package. The Lyr 3 might be a single-ended design, but it packs loads of power. How much? Try a whopping 9W per channel at 16 ohms. The Lyr 3 is also configurable and upgradeable. Users can opt for the Lyr 3 to be outfitted with a DAC module, turning it into an amp and DAC combo. Vinyl lovers can choose to have their Lyr 3 with a phono input module for use with an analog turntable. For headphone enthusiasts, this could be the last amplifier you will ever need.

Find out more about the Schiit Lyr 3.

 

Tesla Desktop Supercharger

The Tesla Desktop Supercharger is a mini Supercharger-lookalike for your mobile device. A Supercharger is a charging station for Tesla cars, which you can find in places like the US. This replica provides zero power and is basically a nice cable management box. It’s based on the same 3D CAD data used to make the actual Supercharger, USB cables not included.

Find out more about the Tesla Desktop Supercharger.

 

ViewSonic PX727-4K

At $2,488, ViewSonic’s PX727-4K projector is an attractive option for those want a big screen for the living room but balk at the prices of large 4K TVs. This DLP-based projector touts a brightness of 2,200 ANSI lumens, is compatible with HDR content, and comes with two HDMI inputs (one of which supports HDCP 2.2). The lamp is rated at 4,000 hours under regular use, or 15,000 hours if you engaged the SuperEco mode.

Find out more about the ViewSonic PX727-4K.

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