If you're a powerhouse looking for organization and efficiency—and constantly find yourself praying for just a few more hours in the day—up-to-date tech is a must-have. No matter the task, these products will keep you ahead of the curve.
Stressful days lead to sleepless nights. But this smart sleep tracker, which raised more than $350,000 on Kickstarter this summer, uses biometric sensors to analyze your brain activity, then offers solutions like audio-guided meditation to keep you from downing 12 shots of espresso every morning.
BUY IT: neuroon.com.
Look, Ma, no hands! After a long day at the office, kick back while Moley's robotic arms create a meal from an archive of 200-plus recipes, whether you're craving Michelin-starred cuisine or Granny's cookies. The price is steep—very steep at a reported $75,000—but reviews claim the reward is deliciously relaxing.
BUY IT: moley.com.
Let Somabar craft your perfect cocktail. Pick your poison on the app, then watch the machine use its washable pods to expertly shake your spirits, putting the happy in happy hour. The company has been develop- ing its technology for several years, with plans to send its first commercial shipment this year.
Available December 2017. Somabar, from $2,000
BUY IT: somabar.com.
Meet the app version of Veep's Gary Walsh: Launched by a former Googler in 2016, the service sends succinct, thoughtful résumé summaries ahead of meetings.
Accompany, free for beta users
GET IT: accompany.com.
Take the drag out of your commute with Tesla's most affordable model, an electric car boasting features like steer and speed control that will, one day, become fully autonomous. Hello, multitasking. Tesla, from $35,000
BUY IT: tesla.com.
Gone are the days of the boring treadmill run. This portable sensor, which attaches to any stationary bike and pairs with a virtual-reality headset, allows road warriors to escape hotel gyms and pedal through fantastical worlds. Available this month. VirZOOM, $99
BUY IT: virzoom.com.
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