"Fancy" is one of the words you might think of when you look at Systemic Games' electronic dice. Dubbed the Pixels dice, this set lights up, can be customized depending on the color and vibe you want, and has already attracted at least 14,000 backers on Kickstarter.
“We have dedicated a lot of time, design and testing to make sure they are as fair as possible. With a combination of small counterweights and precise attention to the finish of our edges, we’ve already made Pixels surprisingly well balanced. And of course we will continue to improve the balance before release.”
As Polygon notes, a single D20 die will cost you $39. A set of eight dice and a To-Go case will cost you almost $200. For a single person, a $200 set of electronic dice sounds a bit much. Even with the knowledge that they're Bluetooth-friendly, can wirelessly charge, don’t damage in water, and spruce up your tabletop game. That said, if you're super into tabletop RPGs or perhaps a small business owner where in-house entertainment could do well with fancy dice for board games alongside drinks, this kind of addition doesn’t sound like a bad idea.