Microphone maker Blue brings you Mo-Fi headphones, giving any device audiophile-quality sound. First off, they engineered the fit for optimal head-to-headphone interface. Secondly, they equipped the headphone can itself with a high-quality amplifier featuring 3 manual modes enabling you to customize the sound to suit your needs.
GoPro has finally answered the prayers of millions of proud pet parents. The Fetch is their new dog-mount harness. It features back and chest mounting plates. Fully adjustable to fit dogs from 15 to 120 lbs.
It’s built to look like Grandpa’s rangefinder from the 60s but the new Fujifilm X30 features a super-sharp OLED viewfinder and a super-fast .005-second lag. Other upgrades over the last model include better battery life and wi-fi connectivity that enables remote smartphone shooting.
Attach the Smart Tennis Sensor to your racket & all your shot data are recorded as well as giving you the option to link data with video of your game. The data can all be displayed in real-time on your smartphone via Bluetooth and through the app screen, you can check the ball speed, swing speed, ball spin, ball impact spot and more. Available January 2015.
LG’s new 65-inch & 77-inch OLED televisions are the first 4K OLED TVs to hit the market. Both feature Ultra HD 4K resolution, with four times the pixels of standard HD. OLED is Organic Light Emitting Diode, a new technology that offers significant image quality improvement over both LCD & Plasma displays.
It’s pronounced “no key” because, duh. This Bluetooth padlock replaces a key or combination with what else, your phone. It senses your signal & pops open when you get within 10-feet. When you walk away, it automatically re-locks. The iOS/Android app lets you give others permission to use it, too.
Stripped of standard control dials and electronic viewfinder in favor of a touchscreen interface, the new A5100 from Sony is small and light featuring a A 24.3-megapixel APS-C sensor and a super-fast autofocus system to clearly capture moving subjects at full speed with no lag.
Because electronics are always essential in off-grid locations like mountaintops and backcountry campsites, Outdoor Tech’s new Kodiak Waterproof power supply is going to be a lifesaver. Shockproof, waterproof, & impervious to the elements, the 9.4-ounce gizmo will supply 6000 milliamps of power to your phone, tablet, GoPro, & other rechargables.
It’s pretty dumb that most phone batteries last about 1 day. That’s definitely not the case with this new and decidedly old school Nokia. Its battery will maintain power for up to 36 days in standby mode. The no-frills phone features a classic 9-button keypad & built-in fm radio but also a color video screen & a Micro SD slot for adding up to 32G of storage. Standard features like video and music playback are also included. Fans of lo-fi will surely hope to see this released in the U.S., but for now it will be made available in emerging markets.