April Fool’s Day is a time where everyone pokes fun at things. In the tech industry, this is the time where brands would use their creativity in coming up with ideas and products that are either made of fake news or are simply impossible to happen. Here are some of our picks:
Razer’s Project Venom
Want to improve your gaming skills? Razer has this special concoction up for grabs to make you the best player in any game. According to Razer, the drink aims to “help you be the living embodiment of ultimate gaming performance”. #SeemsLegit
GeForce’s Academy of Gaming
Not a fan of concoctions? Well, you can learn things the traditional way with GeForce’s Academy of Gaming, where they offer classes for you to dominate other players.
Google’s Where’s Waldo Game
Among the many April Fool’s pranks of Google this year, this one takes the cake. Think Google Maps is boring? Why not turn it into a game and find Waldo around the world—all at your fingertips?
Waldo and his friends just left Google in California for an awesome adventure.
— Google Maps (@googlemaps) March 31, 2018
Xiaomi’s “New” Mi A1
Poking fun at Huawei’s triple rear camera-sporting P20 Pro, Xiaomi has a special Mi A1 containing a six rear camera setup to make sure that you get that perfect shot all the time.
Roku’s Happy Streaming Socks
Socks that double as your Roku remote? Now that’s the ultimate accessory to being a couch potato at home! Foot-based gestures while wearing these socks are all you need to control your Roku without fumbling for your remote.
Playing around with the number of sketchy cryptocurrencies lately, OnePlus’ CEO Carl Pei decided to join the fray and introduce his own version of cryptocurrency. It’s so simple to use, you just need your OnePlus phone to earn PeiCoins!