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Roku Streaming Stick at werd.com
Roku Streaming Stick

The Streaming Stick is Roku’s newest dongle: a tiny device that plugs into your TV’s HDMI port so you can stream HD video from the web, controlled by your phone or tablet. Access to 1200 channels, Netflix & YouTube using free apps from Android & Apple plus it comes with a wi-fi remote, a sweet feature that Google’s Chromecast does not offer.

BUY IT   $50 Also posted in Television

Apple CarPlay at werd.com
Apple CarPlay

Apple CarPlay will be a featured option in select 2014 car models from Honda, Hyundai, Volvo, & Jaguar with more manufacturers signing on for the future. CarPlay directly connects the functions of your iPhone to your car stereo for all kinds of hands-free fun while you drive.

BUY IT   $ Free Also posted in Gadgets, Rides

Grain Audio Passive Bookshelf System at werd.com
Grain Audio Passive Bookshelf System

Prototypes of Grain Audio’s new Passive Bookshelf System were tested in the dressing rooms of New York’s Capitol Theater and Terminal 5, providing pre-show sounds for the likes of Bob Dylan, The Roots, and Elvis Costello. Now they’re available for the rest of us. They feature the very best acoustic components & one-of-a-kind construction highlighted by walnut wood paneling. They also make a smaller, wireless speaker if that’s your thing.

BUY IT   $800 Also posted in Audio & Speakers

SeeSpace InAiR 3D Augmented Television at werd.com
SeeSpace InAiR 3D Augmented Television

If you prefer to watch television alone, in silence, without any ambient interruptions, get the InAiR device. It turns any TV into an Augmented TV, which means you can watch layers of content—watch TV while using the internet, shop while you surf, watch two games at once, all that. And as soon as you start “augmenting” everyone else will leave the room. Enjoy.

BUY IT   $100-150 Also posted in Gadgets, Television

Sony SmartBand at werd.com
Sony SmartBand

Sony’s SmartBand does more than just count how many steps you walked around the office today. It links with the Android app Lifelog to track places visited, music listened to, games played, books read… how active you were, where you went, what pictures you took and so on. Available in March.

BUY IT   $ TBA Also posted in Gadgets

Sony Xperia Z2 at werd.com
Sony Xperia Z2

A phone that shoots photos and videos. Nothing special. But this one can record in 4K. Sounds crazy but that’s what the new Xperia Z2 does. With a 30% larger optical sensor and a huge 20.3-megapixel image size, this new Android phone is technically superior to most. It’s also waterproof.

BUY IT   $ TBA Also posted in Portable

Trimble TopoCharger at werd.com
Trimble TopoCharger

Using topo maps on your iPhone will suck the life from the device before you leave the trailhead so it’s only logical that this topo map phone case also provides backup power for your phone. It packs a 1460 mAh Li-Ion battery and holds gigs of pre-loaded state-by-state topo map data.

BUY IT   $149 Also posted in Portable

Dash Smart Headphones at werd.com
Dash Smart Headphones

Wireless smart headphones. They not only connect via bluetooth to the 1-pound phone in your pocket but these little buds also hold up to 100 songs—in case you like to workout without also carrying your stupid smartphone along. That in itself is enough reason to buy them but they also function as a headset, microphone, fitness tracker, HR monitor, and sports watch.

BUY IT   $200 Also posted in Portable

Sigma dp2 Quattro at werd.com
Sigma dp2 Quattro

The dp2 Quattro is a new compact camera that uses Sigma’s proprietary RGB Foveon X3 Quattro sensor—one that captures light in layers and blends them to create richly colored high-quality images with a 3D feel to them. This new model boasts a 30% increase in image resolution and higher ISO speeds for low-light shooting.

BUY IT   $ TBA Also posted in Photography

eyeLock myris at werd.com
eyeLock myris

Instead of typing in usernames & passwords, the myris from eyeLock lets you cut through device security with just a look. It scans your eyes. When you look into the myris, it takes a video of the irises in your eyeballs, which it then uses as your personal identity code. No matching iris, and that device is not gonna work. Available this Spring with a price tag sub-$300.

BUY IT   $TBA Also posted in Gadgets
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