Pioneer’s N-50 is a networked music player that lets you stream all of your music through AirPlay and/or DLNA. You get pro audio sound without all the traditional physical hardware needed to play your favorite jams. It’ll run everything. iPod, internet radio, all your digitalia. The one stinger is that you have to pay extra for Pioneer’s wi-fi adapter but once you do you’ll be rocking the house.
GreenZero Chargers for your mobile device are more than just a cool looking charger. Its unique design turns off as soon as your device is fully charged which eliminates stand-by energy consumption. To turn it back on just give the big green button a kick. Did you even know about stand-by energy consumption? Now you do, so save yourself. Also available in a travel size shown above in black.
The new Lynx portable radio from SiriusXM is going to make a lot of Howard Stern listeners very happy. Instead of staying in your parked car listening to the last 5 minutes of her Sybian ride you can just pop this little unit out of the dash, plug in your headphones and cruise casually into the office like a normal person.
Your iPhone is, in fact, like a miniature iPad so why not treat it as such? The TidyTilt contraption tames and stores your headphone cable plus the screen protector doubles as a stand for tabletop scrolling. Very tidy, yes.
Over the past few years Roku has helped push TV viewing forward into the future. Their new Streaming Stick is another big leap. The stick is the size of a standard USB flash drive that plugs into your TV & instantly transforms it into a Smart TV, allowing you to stream shows and movies from the web right on to your big flatscreen with zero frustration and incredible clarity.
The DV300F from Samsung has a dual view LCD for easy self-portraits but what’s even cooler is the built-in wi-fi that lets you post your pics to the web straight from the camera. What will they think of next? Maybe adding a keypad for making calls?
Two incredible uses for this pocket iPhone projector come immediately to mind. 1. Instant movie time for the kids anywhere you go. 2. Share embarrassing co-worker video with an audience larger than the one that can huddle around your phone. What would you do with it?
Adults of a certain age will recall with delight a childhood toy called the View-Master, a magnifying photo viewer—whatever, you remember this thing. Now it’s back but instead of the Grand Canyon or Mount Rushmore, you can get reels of your own photos made for events, weddings, whatever.
Being an audiophile technically is a kind of perversion, so you creeps who know about McIntosh amps will be feeling warm and weird right now. The McIntosh mantle clock is a tribute to the design and styling of the brand’s classic stereo amps, using the same faceplates, meters, and trippy blue lights. Looks like it’s time to rock-and-roll.
You don’t know it but most of your Instagram followers are burnt on the stale ass photos you keep posting. Spice it up with this macro lens attachment. It’s a close-up lens built into a rubber band: super easy to use and super affordable. Also super for getting more likes.