You know by now that the flash in your iPhone doesn’t quite cut it. Well, here’s one that’s way better. Knog’s Expose Smart delivers 6x the brightness of your built-in iPhone flash, using 9 hi-powered LEDs that pump out up to 130 lumens & the flash’s beam angle matches up perfectly with the one on your iPhone.
Intel’s Compute Stick basically packs a fully-functional Windows 8.1 into a device the size of a Chromecast. The $150 unit features 2GB of RAM and 32GB of flash storage built-in & plugs straight into the HDMI port, giving you web access and the ability to do office work on your TV.
These are the world’s smallest wireless earbuds. They’ve got the latest in Bluetooth & battery technology as well as audiophile-quality components & a case that stores & charges them. What they don’t have is a microphone. These buds aren’t for taking calls, they’re for music lovers.
The Welcome Camera home monitoring camera allows users to remotely view live 1080P video through its 130º wide-angle lens. Its key feature is facial recognition. When the cam sees someone it doesn’t recognize, it sends you a notification.
Rather than pollute their legacy with a goofy iWatch-esque entry into the smartwatch market, Montblanc developed the e-Strap, a smartwatch strap that can be attached to different watches. It’s an Italian-made piece of leather texturized to look like carbon fiber connected to a tiny OLED touchscreen that sits on the inside of the wearer’s wrist providing a variety of functions & notifications. Available in June 2015.
The pros choose Shure microphones for both live shows and studio recordings & now Shure has created a line of portable digital mics made for mobile recording. The versatile MV88 model plugs directly into iOS devices, the MV51 is a large diaphragm condenser mic, & the MV5 is designed for music, podcasting and video chats.
The BeoSound Moment from Bang & Olufsen gave everyone wood when it was unveiled this week at CES in Las Vegas. Like, actual wood. Oak to be exact. In addition to the touch-sensitive wooden control panel, this premium music streaming system also features a colorized Mood Wheel that selects songs based on how you’re feeling.
Sony’s new ultra-thin 55, 65 and 75-inch Android-powered 4K TVs are so skinny you can almost see their skeleton. At a mind-warping 4.9mm thin, they are about the same thickness as your iPhone 6. The 3840×2160 display is backed by the new 4K Processor X1, improving color, clarity, and contrast for 4K content. Available in Spring 2015
Being the world’s smallest, lightest, & smartest laptop charger sounds pretty good but Zolt has even more to offer. Use it to Power your laptop and two mobile devices, simultaneously plus it’ll power your GoPro, portable speakers, camera and more.
The term is “one-upping” and that’s what Sharp has done with their just-released 80-inch Beyond 4K Ultra HD TV. The spec. sheet says 66 million subpixels, which is 42 million more pixels than the standard 4K Ultra with a near-8K resolution.