Acebeam, a brand never afraid to push the envelope and release multiple iterations of lights (a la the TK16 with multiple metals and emitters), has released the H50 headlamp.
Armytek has released a keychain in the vein of the Nitecore Tube lights. The clever little light boasts 200 lumens, and is available in 4 colors: Blue, Green, Grey, and Yellow.
RovyVon Aurora series lights have some competition from Nitecore. Nitecore has announced the TIKI and TIKI LE.
Acebeam has been on a roll with triple emitter lights lately. The TK16 was a very popular small e-switch light, for example. Out now is a much higher output 18350 light, the TK17.
Lumintop, popular maker with such lights as the FW3A and various Tool models, has announced a kit light. This is the first production kit light we know of.
Acebeam has announced an update to the K30. The new version is called the K30 GT, and pushes out more lumens and triples (!!!) the throw.
First of all, you've missed the auction. Both these lights already sold! In one (probably both) cases, you missed a deal. So let's run down these lights, and support MecArmy for making them!
Astrolux, maker of some very popular flashlights (FT03, BLF A6), and a company not afraid to test the waters has branched into making pens!
JETBeam is no stranger to tactical style lights, but they've quietly released a pistol light. The JETBeam T2 is a single CR123A light, intended for mounting on a handgun.
Olight had a hit with the M2R Warrior, which featured magnetic charging, a dual switch interface, and even a charge base. They've updated that light. Olight has squeeked out 300 more lumen (from 1500 to 1800), while keeping many of the features that users love. Also updated is the throw - from just over 200m to a whopping 300m out of the new version. This is the M2R Pro Warrior.