Almost every brand claims that their amazing little bluetooth speaker is a fresh take on speaker design but OM/ONE isn’t lying. This speaker levitates. Magnets keep the speaker hovering above the base delivering crisp, clear sound up to 110 decibels.
With its metal-framed body and rounded edges, Samsung’s new iPhone knock-off is called the Galaxy Alpha. At just 7mm thick, it’s one of the slimmest Galaxy devices yet. It’s got a 4.7-inch HD super AMOLED display, and boasts a camera that captures images in real-time HDR, and an ultra-power saving mode.
The emberlight allows you to turn any light into a smart light by simply screwing the Emberlight unit into the existing bulb socket. Connecting easily to your wi-fi network and the App, it let’s you dim & adjust one or many lights with a single touch or preset “moods.” A funded Kickstarter project.
Modeled after the iconic OD-11 speaker designed by Stig Carlsson in the 70s, this omni-directional wireless 100-watt cube delivers premium sound, and streams via Bluetooth or Wi-Fi using AirPlay—it can even read your Twitter feed with its built-in voice synthesizer.
Maybe it’ll make brushing more fun. Oral-B’s SmartSeries 7000 is the world’s first Bluetooth toothbrush. With Bluetooth 4.0 it connects to a free app that tracks how often you’re brushing, whether you’re doing it right, and for how long.
These speakers are handmade in the USA using genuine cedar cigar boxes containing a 2.5” aluminum cone speaker tuned with a ¾” port tube to produce smoking sound through a compact 10-watt amp & connect with a standard headphone jack. The speaker boxes have been treated with a satin lacquer and reinforced internally to improve performance.
A portable bluetooth speaker is not a hard thing to find but one this nice kind of is. The Infinity One is water-resistant and features passive radiators that give it better bass & punchier mids. It will also recharge your other devices using a 5V2.1A output that can charge your fully-depleted smartphone in less than 2 hours.
Like most smart locks out there, the Genie allows you to use your smartphone to open the door with wi-fi, Bluetooth or a combination of both so you can open it remotely or hands-free as you walk up. You can also give others permission to open it in your absence. The real magic of the Genie however, is battery life. While most others last about a month between charges, this one promises 1 full year of service before it needs a recharge.
The built-in microphone on your iPhone & iPad isn’t that great. If you want to record stuff like live music or an interview and truly capture clean, full-range sound, this mic will actually do it. It can handle input up to 130dB—that’s loud. It also features a 230º swivel head so you’re always aimed right at your subject & a 1/8” stereo input let’s you plug straight in.
How interested are you in your own sleep data? If there answer is somewhere between somewhat and super, the Sense sleep tracker will be useful. It tracks your sleep patterns as well as info about your sleeping environment: noise, light, temp & humidity giving you plenty of info about why you’re feeling so tired/rerfeshed. It also works as an alarm clock. A funded Kickstarter project.