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Retro gaming on the go, laser keyboards and more [Crowdfund Roundup]

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Retro gaming on the go, laser keyboards and more [Crowdfund Roundup]

You can find some incredible new gadgets on Kickstarter and Indiegogo that often go unnoticed. We’re rounding up some of the best every week to help them get the funding they need to become a reality.

This week, we’ve got an awesome handheld emulator that lets you play your favorite retro games on the go, a laser keyboard that’s super versatile, a tiny device that adds Bluetooth connectivity to your existing headphones, and more!

Raspi Boy

Who doesn’t love retro gaming? With the Raspi Boy, you can take all your favorite classics with you wherever you go. This handheld emulator, powered by Raspberry Pi, can be used to play games for the Game Boy, Game Boy Advance, Super Nintendo, Sega Genesis, Atari, and many more.

The unit features a built-in speaker, headphone jack, and an HDMI port that lets you connect it to your TV and enjoy retro games on a big screen. There’s also two USB ports that allow you to add additional controllers for multiplayer titles.

The Raspi Boy has already raised two times its funding goal, but there’s three days left to claim yours. Just visit Kickstarter and pledge 69 to get your hands on a build-your-own kit.

Beelinguapp

Beelinguapp is an app that helps users learn new languages by listening to foreign audiobooks while reading the words simultaneously. It places foreign and native text side-by-side to help you understand each word, and supports English, German, French, Spanish, Portuguese, and many more.

Beelinguapp is already available on Android and rated very highly, but its creator needs support to bring it to iOS. Pledge 10 or more before the campaign ends in 12 days and you’ll get ad-free access to the service for life.

iKeybo

iKeybo is the most portable keyboard and piano for your smartphone. It uses laser projection to turn almost any flat surface into a keyboard that you can use tocompose music, write emails, and more ― and it doubles as a power pack to keep your handset topped-up during the day.

What’s great about the iKeybo is that unlike traditional keyboards, it can quickly switch between multiple keyboard layouts, so it’s ideal if you regularly type in different languages. It can also be used to play piano, guitar, bass, or drums. Check out the demo video above!

iKeybo has 18 days left to run on Kickstarter but it has already raised almost three times its funding goal. To secure one of your own, simply pledge $89 or more before it ends.

AirJack

So you have an iPhone 7 and you need Bluetooth headphones, but you don’t want to splash out on AirPods and wait six weeks for delivery. Don’t worry, because with AirJack, you canadd Bluetooth connectivity to almost any set of existing headphones or earphones.

AirJack is a tiny unit that connects to your headphones via the headphone jack. It charges wirelessly and offers up to 32 hours of use (AirPods offer 5 hours in comparison) in between charges. It also boasts an impressive 50-foot connectivity range and aptX technology.

What’s more, AirJack is super affordable. You can currently bag yours on Indiegogo with a pledge of just $37, and it will be compatible with all the headphones you already own.

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