With the new DesignLine TV from Philips, you don’t have to hire a team of installers to hang your flatscreen on some ridiculous mount. Available in 46- or 55-inch, the groundbreaking design is crafted using a single sheet of glass. Just lean it against the wall and you’re done. Available June 2013 starting in the UK.
To avoid being asked to blow for an officer of the law, you should blow into one of these things. The Breathometer is a personal breathalyzer that plugs into your smartphone. Accurate and portable, this device is sure to save lives & prevent DUIs as well as ruining office parties and starting arguments between friends.
As powerful as it may be, your phone is not built to deliver pro-quality audio. The Vamp Verza can fix that by turning your smartphone into a mobile soundsystem. It’s the first product ever that combines an audiophile-quality 150mW Hi-Fi amp, dual DACs, a 2200mAh battery, & docking metal case for Samsung Galaxy S III, S IV, & iPhone 5.
Pro features like an optical sensor that captures giant 20.3 MP images, blasts 8 frames per second in continuous shooting mode & has manual exposure control in video mode makes the NX1100 a powerful little camera.
The Automatic plugs into your car’s data port and wirelessly links your car to your smart phone. It uses the phone’s GPS to remember where you parked; it monitors your car’s engine health, tracks your driving habits, & in an emergency it will also call authorities & notify family.
A pack of science lab lushes created a smartphone-controlled liquor-slinging robot that can accurately and efficiently mix hundreds of cocktails. We just hope this team of geniuses didn’t forget to make the robot a good listener and a heavy-handed pourer. And what about tips?
The Roku 3 is an updated version of everyone’s favorite streaming device. The little black box is a bit less boxy than the last & it got a bunch of new features. It has a faster processor and a new grid-based interface that makes searching & selecting easier. Another key feature is a “private mode” that sends audio to your headphones so your late-night Game Of Thrones marathon won’t keep the kids up.
For a compact point-and-shoot camera, Nikon’s 16.2MP Coolpix A camera produces images that look like they must have been shot with a pro-level SLR. That’s because this little guy has the same DX-format CMOS sensor used in Nikon’s professional line of D-SLR camera bodies.
Everyone would have a home security system if they weren’t so expensive. And even if you’ve got one, the control panels look like a scientific calculator from the 80s. Plus you pay a lot for this outdated technology. Scout wireless security systems are sleek, smart & totally DIY. You install the system yourself, control if from your phone or computer and never pay monthly fees.