If there’s one thing we can all agree on, it would be that we aspire to keep on improving. With that said, it comes as no surprise numerous companies and businesses have made an insurmountable amount of investments in the world of technology. Thanks to their efforts, though, we now have access to many gadgets and equipment that can help make daily living even just a bit easier and convenient. Well, without further ado, let’s take a look at some of these new gadgets now available on the market.

Puppy Hachi Infinite M1 Projector – $999

At this point, it’s safe to say we’ve all had times where we used a projector to present a report or watch a movie. Projectors can undoubtedly come in handy, but the thing is, they can sometimes be a hassle to set up, usually requiring cables to connect to our computers. To overcome this, the people in Hachi spent a significant portion of investment money on this portable projector – the Puppy Hachi Infinite M1. Besides the usual function of a projector, the Infinite M1 also has touchscreen controls, which will undoubtedly come in handy in various situations. Plus, with its Android operating system, playing video games is surely within the realm of possibilities.

Liteboxer Fitness Bundle – $1,495

To stay healthy, many people shave some points off their credit cards to get access to a fitness gym. In light of recent events, though, these facilities are often hard to go to. Even so, that doesn’t mean we couldn’t work out in the comforts of our home, and the Liteboxer Fitness Bundle just makes the experience all the more worthwhile. Along with its online sessions, worth a monthly subscription of $29, it comes with a pair of boxing gloves and a punching board installed with LEDs. These LEDs sync with whatever song that is playing, allowing you to punch the board to the beat of your favorite tunes.

Pixel Buds – $179

Through the years, more and more technological achievements are made, to such a degree that we can now listen to music with wireless earbuds. In fact, numerous companies have already released their own take on the earbuds on the market, and one such product worth trying is Google’s Pixel Buds. After the release of its fairly decent first model, the new Pixel Buds 2 give this beauty a significant upgrade. Besides them being comfortable to wear, these earbuds also fit quite snuggly, ensuring users they won’t fall off at any point – especially when they go for a jog.

Larq Movement Water Bottle – $98

To fulfill our frequent need for a drink of water, many of us usually have a bottle or a container nearby. Although they are mainly made just to store water or other beverages, other companies still make investments in improving the conventional container. For example, let’s take a look at the Larq Movement Water Bottle. It may be a bit pricier than most bottles, but rest assured it’s a purchase you won’t regret. Besides the usual storing function, Larq’s bottle also features UV-C tech, ensuring the water and the bottle’s interior itself remains clean at all times. Well, that’s one concern we won’t be worrying about anytime soon.

Osmo Pocket – $222.95

Among many things, technology continues to radiate a high degree of innovation with each passing year. At first, the cameras we had needed film to take pictures, then they became digital, and now, they’re portable and can fit in pockets! Made by DJI, a company well-known for its drones, the Osmo Pocket captures images and videos just as excellently as its flying counterpart. Along with its many impressive features all bundled into this portable stabilizer-ready camera, it’s safe to say the Osmo Pocket is especially convenient when we have spontaneous photoshoots and vlogs to take.

Mini Arcade Games – $20

Before any investment money was spent on today’s video game consoles, many of us played our favorite games at the arcade. Well, in more recent years, we can now play some of our childhood favorites in the comforts of our home. Yes, they may have console versions, but what we’re talking about in the meantime are these mini arcade machines! Often worth around $20, we can now bring arcade mini-me’s of games such as Pac-Man, Tetris, and Space Invaders anywhere we go. Despite the relatively low price, though, some can also go for as much as $120, like the now-sold-out Dragon’s Lair Mini Arcade.