q-Jays are the world’s smallest earphones with exchangeable cables. These little buds achieve superior sound through advanced audio engineering techniques usually used for loudspeaker monitors and include tailor-made acoustic filters, dual balanced armature drivers, built-in dual speakers for multiple frequencies, bass ports and removable protective filters.
Don’t store that stuff on your desktop. Instead, make this your “sketchy stick.” Toshiba’s Encrypted USB Flash Drive offers PIN activated secure access with its convenient onboard keypad. The device supports Admin and User independent PINs & delivers military grade, AES 256-bit CBC hardware encryption to protect your important data.
To celebrate 75 years of classic jazz from Blue Note records, Sonos has teamed up with the label to create a limited edition speaker system. It features a custom-painted blue fade finish and offers exclusive access to the Blue Note Artist Selects Station as well as two other Blue Note streaming stations.
Samsung’s NX500 packs the power of the brand’s bigger NX1 DSLR into a camera that will literally fit in your pocket. It boasts a mirrorless, 28 MP APS-C sensor, DRIMe V processor, & 4K video recording. The NX500 will ship mid-March in a kit that includes a 16-50mm f/3.5-5.6 power zoom lens.
Eero is the world’s first Wi-Fi “system.” A set of three will cover your whole home, eliminating dead spots and slow zones from every corner or closet. Even the back yard. It creates a mesh network and uses groundbreaking software to automatically optimize the connection on every device, everywhere.
Acoustic engineers at Devialet put 10 years of research into the creation of The Phantom—a small, spherical, wi-fi connected all-in-one amplifier and speaker that delivers what audiophiles like Sting & Rick Rubin think may be the best sound in the world. It’s loaded with cutting edge audio technologies & rave reviews from all corners are saying the Phantom sounds better than speakers 20X its size.
This card will replace all the cards in your wallet, allowing you to use them all by just swiping one. Swyp is made of metal and features a crisp, clear display that let’s you know which card you’re using & how much you’ve spent. It also features bank level encryption and a dynamic magnetic strip that allows you to use it everywhere you’d use a normal card. An intelligent app helps you manage your cards & even allows you to share funds.
It only takes a few rolls of film to realize you know nothing about photography. So now you’re ready to discard dad’s old 35mm in favor of something easier. Enter iPhone 6. And with the Moment case, you can make your new phone even better for photography. It features a shutter button, lens, and strap attachment. Another funded Kickstarter project.
When you’re off the beaten path, your phone & other gadgets are doomed to dead battery status. But if you’ve got a fire going or a campstove & you’ve got a Flamestower in your pack, you’ll be back in business lickety-split. The compact portable device draws heat from the fire & converts it into electricity to power your USB electronics.
Powered by lighter gas or camping fuel, the Kraftwerk power supply uses fuel cell technology to offer off-grid power for your USB devices—anywhere, anytime. One filling supplies 11 iPhone charges and Kraftwerk is FAA approved for aircraft cabin use. Another fully funded Kickstarter project.