All-in-one iPhone speaker docks are everywhere, except apparently, in your home or office otherwise you would’ve scrolled down to a motorcycle or something. The bean-shaped Cocoon from Denon looks weirdly cool and sound-wise it definitely doesn’t suck. Inside it’s got two 4mm tweeters and two 100mm woofers powered by a four channel Class D amp. It’s also DLNA and AirPlay enabled.
The Outride case and mounting system from Mophie turns your iPhone into a rugged action camera. No more toting the camera and the phone on your extreme adventures. This thing is impact and water-resistant and comes with a variety of quick-release mounts for strapping it to everything you ride. Available mid-September.
Staring at the screen, controller in hand, with your mouth hanging open could be considered a form of immersion but the Rift from Oculus is a full-immersion virtual reality headset that is going to take you to a whole new level of gameplay. Strap on this High-Def stereoscopic 3D headset and you may never leave the house again.
You don’t have to be some sort of smarmy audiophile dweeb to appreciate what Harman Kardon is doing with their headphones. You can see it in the details and hear it in your head. Their new range of in-ear and over-ear ’phones feature clean designs, soft-touch metal finishes and intuitive controls. Rest assured they sound as smooth as they look.
If you want to give yourself a little wood, check out 1Q’s little portable sound system that features the new Bluetooth v2.1 and 10-hour battery life. Wood choices include solid Walnut, bamboo, and Red Beech. Plus, for every system sold, Q1 will plant a tree through the Arbor Day Foundation.
How high are you right now? No, not the medicinals, like high resolution, high definition? That kind. If your answer is, “not very” hit Canon’s new EOS M. The potent 18-megapixel sensor & pro-quality HD video capability in this pint-sized package that also fits the full line of EF lenses makes the M one smoking little camera. Available in October.
Tombox speakers are not your standard portable speaker systems. Yes, they’re speakers but they’re also art. Encased in repurposed vintage electronics, these speakers deftly combine classic product design with modern audio. Looks old, sounds new, just plug in your phone, pod, etc.
If the video footage & photos from your phone aren’t quite cutting it, the LX7 is a solid step up. The lens is a bright, 1.4 Leica that zooms from 24mm to 90mm producing crisp shots even in low light conditions. Video capture is hi-res full HD at 1080/50P with progressive scanning which results in video that’s crystal clear.
The iBattz Mojo Treble Keychain Data Sync Cable with Sim Ejection Tool MicroSD Card Reader has a massive name because it multitasks like a mofo. Kind of like a Swiss Army knife for your smartphone. Charge, sync, card reader, and more: it’s a tech tool kit you can keep on your keychain.
Graphic designers, artists, & illustrators, here’s your new pen tablet. But it’s more than that. This 24-inch backlit LED tablet functions as a normal desktop display but also offers multi-positions, an amazing 1-million color chromatic range and the most advanced pen sensitivity technology you can get. Available August 2012.