Playing music through your computer speakers doesn’t quite qualify as “home audio” now does it? If you’re tired of the trebley twang of your 1-inch woofers, Logitech’s UE Air Speaker uses Apple AirPlay and your wi-fi network to stream uncompressed audio from your iPad, iPod, or laptop through a surround sound speaker system better suited to rocking out.
Rumor has it these photo-video-lighting clamps got their name from their numerous uses on the set of adult film productions. Okay, that’s a lie. Anyway, Nasty Clamps are heavy-duty spring clamps with a Gorilla-pod style arm on them, which has a tripod mount on the end. Snap a Nasty on and you can put your camera, LED light bank, or flash, pretty much anywhere you want. Source
Hey ding dong, have you ever seen a wireless doorbell that plays mp3 music files instead of the same boring old bell? Didn’t think so, that’s why you come to this site, right? The MP3 DJ Doorbell comes with a 2GB memory card that will hold up to 600 songs so your visitors will be dancing at the door.
If your mountain biking, river rafting, mogul mashing weekend activities have also made you into the phone crushing, accidental camera smashing type, Pentax has designed a camera just for you. The Optio WG-2 and WG-2GPS models are both waterproof to 40 feet, dustproof, cold proof, crushproof, and shock resistant. Plus, they shoot full 1080P HD video and boast a 16MP optical sensor.
Only a sucker would transfer & store important data on the wack little plastic thumbdrives they were giving out at the trade show. Step it up. Sony’s Micro Vault MACH thumbdrives are a much better idea. They’re made of sturdy, styley brushed aluminum and with 120 MB/s reads and 90 MB/s writes they’re probably faster than the ones you’re using now.
You use your iPhone for everything, so why not set it up as a cycling computer, too? Using technology from ANT+, the Wahoo Bike Pack includes a bar-mounted, waterproof case for your iPhone and a wireless speed and cadence sensor. Linked up with Wahoo Fitness App, it tracks all your fitness data: power, bike speed, heart rate, etc., plus it connects wirelessly to any other ANT+ devices you’re already using.
With a name that was once mocked as Apple’s entry into “feminine hygiene products,” the iPad has become yet another of the brand’s ubiquitous, can’t-live-without-it devices. Just a couple hours ago, Apple announced the release of their third-generation iPad. Apple’s website is calling it simply the New iPad. The greatest advancements in this new version are in the display. Driven by a smoking new A5X chip, powering 3.1 million pixels, it is hands down the sharpest, most high definition display ever. It is literally four-times better than the iPad2. The new iSight camera is also a major upgrade. We could go on but we know you just want to see the video. It’s all pretty awesome, try not to hemorrhage.
If you’re a big fan of Nike and technology but you’re not a runner, the whole Nike+ thing is pretty much useless to you. But now they’re launching Nike+ for basketball and training. Instead of tracking just distance and routes, this new app-driven “experience” charts jump height, hustle, and quickness. Available June 29, 2012.
Tired of pressing that old, run-of-the-mill “Reset” button on your current wireless router? Maybe the touchscreen on this one from Securifi will remind you of your phone and therefore make you feel better when it’s time to hit reset.
This tripod sucks, that’s why it’s awesome. It’s got the flexibility of Gorilla pod legs with the addition of suction cup feet. Your camera or phone mounts to the BallHead X for getting the ultimate angle when shooting from a moving car, a window, a boat, & anywhere else you need serious suction to get the shot.