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  • - Hey guys, this is Austin.

  • And today Mystery Tech is featuring

  • a watch band for AirPods.

  • The perfect friend, keep your AirPods

  • in the Elago Wrist Fit easily and securely.

  • So the idea here is that this is an Apple Watch band

  • that you can also use your AirPods with?

  • Okay, well yep, that's about as straightforward as it gets.

  • Can I just take this part, oh wait,

  • I don't need to use this.

  • Why don't I just put this on the Apple Watch band?

  • Yeah, I don't know why they include this,

  • but whatever, we're gonna ignore that

  • and I'm gonna put this back on my watch.

  • So if you really want to show off

  • how big of an Apple fan you are,

  • that's a look.

  • So you can be listening to music on your watch,

  • running sort of like in a super cool hip Apple ad,

  • and go, wait a minute, I want to take a call.

  • Alternatively, if you don't have an Apple Watch,

  • you can use this as a standalone accessory

  • to make sure that your AirPods are nice and secure

  • on your wrist.

  • What is this?

  • Why is this all in Japanese?

  • Oh, it's 2680 yen.

  • Oh, you actually got this in Japan.

  • So it's a speaker for the Switch.

  • Okay.

  • Really?

  • So it's got a USB-C port on the bottom

  • which I assume you just dock a Switch in,

  • but it's also got a headphone jack

  • and it's also got a USB-C for power in.

  • So with the speaker plugged in, I can drop the Switch on,

  • and it will charge the Switch, so that's nice.

  • And then if I plug the headphone jack in,

  • I guess we're going to have audio?

  • Let me jump into a game and see.

  • Oh, that's actually pretty loud, alright.

  • So I guess if you're in Japan

  • or you could pick this up for 25 bucks,

  • it works, it does exactly what it promises.

  • It's just a little bit of a weird concept.

  • Okay.

  • The Surface suddenly appeared

  • and I have this mysterious white package.

  • Not good probably.

  • Tap wearable keyboard and mouse.

  • This looks really dumb.

  • Oh wow.

  • It's just straight up like

  • a bunch of little ring looking things.

  • So you're supposed to put this on your hands?

  • And then it looks like these are all actually connected,

  • so it's more like a glove.

  • I legitimately do not understand at all

  • how this is going to be a keyboard and mouse,

  • but okay.

  • So I am paired.

  • Now let's see if I can actually type something.

  • Okay, it vibrated, but it's not typing.

  • We're going to abandon the Surface

  • and try to use this on my phone.

  • Whoa, okay, that actually does kinda work.

  • So wait hang on, so my first finger is S,

  • wait, S-U-U-L-L-I-T.

  • Whoa, okay hang on, wait, so two fingers.

  • Oh whoa.

  • Wow, you've got to relearn the entire alphabet

  • and where everything is.

  • The way this works is

  • it has accelerometers in each of your little finger

  • ring things,

  • so as I type a letter, in theory it picks it up

  • and it actually doesn't seem to be too far off.

  • But you've got to completely relearn

  • where every single letter is.

  • I will say I kinda get it,

  • but for $180, you'd better be seriously committed

  • to relearning everything

  • that you've ever learned about typing

  • and looking cool.

  • Okay.

  • The wired controller light for PlayStation 4.

  • This is actually something we saw

  • when we were doing Mystery Tech in Taiwan last time,

  • and I really wanted to pick it up

  • but Ken didn't let me.

  • Now I see why.

  • The idea with this guy is that

  • it is a much smaller PlayStation 4 controller.

  • So as opposed to having this sort of standard controls

  • and especially the standard grip,

  • instead you're gonna get something

  • that's going to be a lot smaller.

  • Alright, well that's a cable,

  • but what we're getting here is a very, very

  • unique looking controller,

  • I mean, look at that,

  • for way less than half the price of a normal PS4 controller,

  • as long as you don't mind it being wired

  • and at least it's a really long wire.

  • So what you're getting here is definitely

  • a little bit of a different button layout.

  • So we have our touch pad button,

  • which functions as a single button,

  • but we've also got our top triggers

  • and pretty much everything where you would roughly expect it

  • except that it's just much, much tighter.

  • I will say for my hands, this feels a little tight,

  • I definitely sort of kinda got that claw grip going,

  • but might be okay.

  • Oh, that was actually pretty good,

  • oh, that was pretty good.

  • Yeah.

  • I've gotta say, I mean,

  • it's actually an interesting little controller,

  • especially if you're able to find it

  • and I'll do my best to find an Amazon link for the US

  • here in the description,

  • actually not a bad little pickup.

  • I think it's just about as good as I hoped it would be.

  • Okay.

  • So this is a package from Dangerous Things.

  • No, for real, it actually,

  • the box says Dangerous Things on it.

  • This is a viewer submission?

  • Oh, sweet.

  • Wait, no, that's probably a bad thing, right?

  • xNTI Injection Kit?

  • What?

  • Is this a joke box

  • because this looks like a little suspicious,

  • like the printing is like super low quality.

  • Oh, next level human augmentation?

  • Oh, oh, I know what this is.

  • Is it one of those things that you implant

  • in yourself to like, it's like a little NFC tag?

  • Oh no.

  • No, I'm not doing this.

  • I am not doing this.

  • Oh no.

  • Oh, there's a syringe.

  • Yeah, before opening the sealed polymer bag,

  • visit our instructions on how to inject yourself.

  • Dude no, absolutely not, no way.

  • Oh, look at this.

  • Whoa.

  • It's like a giant medical pad

  • for when you bleed all over the place.

  • Wow.

  • So I've seen a little bit about these.

  • The way this stuff works is

  • there's gonna be a tiny little NFC radio

  • and that if you're really serious about this kind of

  • body hacking stuff, you can inject it into yourself,

  • and so, say it's like

  • underneath your skin on your hand or something,

  • you could use it say, unlock your phone

  • or I guess unlock your, actually, what do all they say,

  • like house key, computer, whatever the case is.

  • But essentially, it's like having an NFC tag

  • inside your hand.

  • Nope, nope, nope, nope, nope, nope, nope.

- Hey guys, this is Austin.

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