You know how much your “friends” like looking at photos of your dinner, your kids, & your cat, so why not share more with them? How about your heart rate or blood oxygen level? The Tinke wellness monitor system makes it possible. This lightweight device also tracks respiratory rate, & heart rate variability to give you a vita rate. Press a button & it can socialize all your data.
The perpetual annoyance of losing stuff like your car keys, TV remote, or children could be over. The StickNFind sticker emits a bluetooth signal, allowing you to use your iPhone or Android device to track down anything you put a StickNFind sticker on.
Comparing this high-end portable audio system to an iPod is like comparing a Ferrari to a Ford Fiesta. The AK 100 features 32GB of storage, 16-hour battery life, a 2.4-inch touchscreen, & a super-sharp Wolfson DAC. It’s capable of playing MQS, Ogg, FLAC, WAV, WMA, APE, and even MP3 files. And if these file types don’t compute, stick with your Fiesta.
For the owners of ultra-high-definition TVs, 4K-resolution content still hasn’t quite caught up with you. But the RedRay player, the first plug & play device capable of providing 4K content to your 4K display, plus the ability to upscale your regular HD content to 4K is coming soon.
Why spend an irreplaceable 2 hours of your life sitting among all those foul-smelling, mouth-breathing Hobbit cultists at the movie theater when you can order current-release theatrical films in the comfort of your home theater with Prima Cinema? Sure it’ll cost you a bit more but if you’ve ever caught a whiff of one of those Tolkein trolls, you’ll be glad to pay.
Surprise, it’s not a hard-drive, all though it does have a ton of storage. The IdeaCentre Q190 is actually the smallest fully-functioning desktop PC ever made. The compact design allows you to watch video, create a home theater with incredible graphics and sound, run Windows 8 or simply browse the Web on your favorite screen, all without taking up valuable space.
In theory, the idea of a foosball app for your iPad sounds like a good idea, especially when it includes a little table and handles to simulate that visceral feel. But let’s face it, if you’re playing properly, your iPad is going to end up either drenched in spilled beer or completely smashed in.
She’ll be happy to drown out the painful sound of your shower singing with this blue-tooth powered showerhead speaker. And if you persist after the water is off, she’ll remind you that you can remove the speaker from the head and place it on the vanity while you sing and shave.
If speakers encased in shiny, black plastic boxes or polyvinyl orbs aren’t really doing it for you, maybe you should get some Jacks. Constructed using light, high density concrete and a turned hardwood stand, the design is not just unique; it’s also functional. Concrete projects sound while reducing vibration for truer tone.
While offering functions similar to other activity trackers like Nike’s Fuelband and FitBit, this device called Shine from Misfit Wearables—a company founded by ex-Apple CEO John Sculley—is much sleeker, carved from a block of solid aluminum. To sync with your iPhone simply touch the device to the screen and daily activity info uploads to the Shine app automatically.