Controlled by a mere swipe or tap of your finger, Phiaton’s BT 460 lets you play, pause, fast-forward, rewind, adjust volume, and accept calls using an interactive surface on the right side of your headphones. It also allows you to connect 2 devices at once, like your phone & iPad, so you can watch movies & play games without the risk of missing a call.
British high-end audio experts NAIM has just released a smaller version of their remarkable Mu-so wireless music system. This compact new model, the QB (cube) uses 5 speakers with a pair of mids driven by 2 x 50-watt amps & a woofer pumping 100-watts. A 32-bit signal processor, built-in Spotify Connect, Tidal, & Apple Airplay give this 8-inch cube serious streaming power.
BRCK was designed and engineered as a rugged, self-powered, mobile WiFi device that connects you to the internet in places with poor infrastructure. Insert a 3G data enabled SIM card in over 140 countries around the world and broadcast a WiFi signal that you can share with others.
The unique look of the Fi70 all-in-one music system from Fluance puts all the hardware on display: dual 8-inch woofers, 5-inch woven glass-fiber midrange drivers, and 1-inch neodymium tweeters. It packs a punch with 280 watts of power, custom sound with its integrated touchscreen equalizer, & also features a built-in AM/FM radio & alarm clock. Choose walnut, black ash, or bamboo finish.
It’s got the look of a classic Pentax film camera, but the new Pen-F is a mirrorless digital camera with an impressive list of standard features: OLED viewfinder, 20-megapixel micro four thirds sensor and 5-axis image stabilization. The body also offers the versatility of interchangeable lenses.
Legacy American guitar maker Fender continues to push their audio expertise into the headphone category. Their new line of in-ear headphones range from the distortion-free DXA1 featuring titanium micro drivers up to the super-premium FXA7 Pro, offering Dual HDBA tweeters, custom 9.25mm precision rare-earth drivers, Groove-tuned bass port & a zero-crossover design.
Officially killed in 1982 when Kodak ceased production of 8mm film, that old home-movie standby of the 60s & 70s is making a comeback. Kodak has created a new Super 8 camera as an alternative to digital that taps into the current “analog renaissance” in photography & filmmaking. Big-time directors like JJ Abrams got their start on Super 8 formats & he’s calling the new Kodak, “a dream come true.”
Dustproof, shockproof & waterproof to 30-feet deep, Leica’s latest addition to their X family of cameras is built for adventure and extreme shooting conditions on land & sea. It’s coated in grippy. anti-slip rubber and features a 16.2MP APS-C CMOS sensor, fixed 23mm lens, & a built-in flash plus it shoots 1080p full HD video at 30 frames per second.
With an activity-tracking bracelet, a wi-fi enabled scale, a heart-rate monitor & dashboard-style app, Under Armour’s HealthBox is an integrated, fully-connected health tracking system. Giving you crucial tools to monitor & measure your fitness, it makes managing your health easier than ever.
The Minilogue from KORG is blowing minds. Never before has such a powerful and versatile pro-quality analog synthesizer been released with a function to price tag ratio like this. It’s a fully-programmable four-voice polyphonic synth complete with a 16-step note and motion sequencer, arpeggiator, delay, & lots more.