It looks like a vintage knapsack but inside it’s got a padded, 31-liter, adjustable camera pod with 12 dividers for a custom DSLR or video camera set-up. There’s also a padded sleeve for an iPad or 11-inch MacBook Air, external pockets, and the design is backed with a lifetime guarantee. via
Bang & Olufsen’s Beolab 14 surround system is designed to work with your decor. Its clean, minimalist design means the sub and satellite speakers will blend into the background while producing theater quality sound. The subwoofer also offers adjustable audio modes for perfect sound anywhere you put it: against a wall, in the corner, or on “free” mode when it’s in the middle of the room.
Designed for serious swimmers, this waterproof MP3 player produces high-quality sound without the use of earbuds. Instead it uses bone conduction transmission, which sends vibrations through your cheekbones directly to your inner ear, allowing you to listen to music and audio underwater the way your spirit animal the dolphin does. via
Spock’s tool is seriously advanced. And we didn’t just ask Uhura. We went to the experts at Scanadu for verification. They report that within 10 seconds of direct contact to your left temple, their SCOUT medical tricoder will analyze, record, & report your vitals, including temperature, respiratory rate, ECG, blood pressure (systolic, diastolic), stress and oximetry levels.
20th-Century industrial design guru Dieter Rams designed everything cool that the Braun brand ever made. His style has also influenced many more recent designs coming out of Apple. If this re-issue of the 1987 Braun ET66 calculator looks familiar, that’s because the calculator on your iPhone is a direct bite on Ram’s original, minimalist design. And not that you need 2 calculators, but you can now own the real deal, too.
You’re looking at the smartest watch ever made. Not only will it tell you the correct time anytime, it also does all those other smart watch things like linking with your phone, and offering loads of apps to compliment your data-driven existence. It re-charges via Qi and runs 2 processors, one for high-speed wrist-computing, the other, a power-saving mode that will run the watch for 30 days without a recharge.
Good luck getting off the couch now. Microsoft just announced the XBoxOne, an all-in-one entertainment system that lets you switch between music, TV, movies, games, and internet browsing, all with voice commands. So now, unless you happen to be holding the re-designed game controller, you can use both hands for the Doritos.
Swedish-made a-Jays are the earphones you want for your iOS, Windows, or Android phone if a rat’s nest of tangled cable is something you don’t want. The brand’s award-winning flat, tangle-free cables are the reason.
Earl is basically an electronic wilderness guide, featuring an efficient E-Ink screen & an Android 4.1 brain to power GPS, mapping, weather sensors, radio communication, walkie-talkie, solar charging and emergency alerts. Good luck out there & don’t forget your bear bell.
Google isn’t the only one making futuristic computer glasses. According to certain sources, the Recon Jet is the most advanced wearable computing solution in the world. These polarized sport shades feature a built-in microcomputer that delivers data straight into your eyeball through its integrated, heads-up display. Sensors include accelerometer, gyroscope, altimeter, magnetometer, and a thermometer. Developer friendly design means you geniuses can also build & run your own apps. And we know you will.