Sony just rolled out their new range of Xperia phones and the big want in the lineup is the luxurious Z5 Premium, the first phone to ever offer a 4K display. The 5.5-inch display boasts 806ppi resolution & will upscale lower-res video & images to 4K quality.
This is it. The Star Wars toy that will likely be the most coveted during the holiday shopping season. Colorado-based Sphero built a smartphone controlled BB-8 droid. Like the one you’ve seen rolling around in the upcoming Episode VII trailer. They’ve packed a ton of personality into this one as evident in the above video.
This little devil is the most compact 20,000mAh charger you’ve ever seen. So, 20K, that’s enough juice to charge the iPhone 6 seven times, the Galaxy S6 five times or an iPad Mini twice. PowerIQ and VoltageBoost technologies combine to deliver the fastest possible charge & 4.8A output means you can charge multiple devices at once.
It’s a perfect match for your Mac products but even if you’re still using a Commodore64 at home, this 4-outlet power strip makes a great case for itself: it has 4 AC outlets with surge protection plus 4 USB outlets & it uses IC smart technology to send the right amount of power to whichever device you’re charging.
TarDisk adds valuable storage space to your MacBook. Made of aluminum to match your Mac, this little nugget slides right into the SDXC port to provide flash storage and boost your machine’s built-in hard drive up to 256 Gigs.
Should you roll one up? Why not. A portable keyboard is a very useful device as long as it’s big enough to be comfortable yet small enough to be truly portable. LG’s Rolly fits that bill and the design rolls up into a stick. It’s got 4 rows of keys, 2 less than normal but width-wise it’s nearly full-size. When you’re ready to go, just roll it up, but no need to lick the edge.
The Exploride is a transparent heads-up display that turns any car into a smart car. It does a lot: GPS, phone functions, streaming music, dash cam, cloud access, wi-fi hotspot & more, all using a safe gesture-control interface. A funded Indiegogo campaign.
Instead of filming everything that passes in front of the camera, like a GoPro, the graava is a smart camera that uses artificial intelligence to film only what it thinks you’d want it to film; the cool stuff. It uses 5 different sensors to determine what is interesting, dynamic, and worthy & creates an automatically edited highlight reel while also retaining the unedited clip as a backup.
Fluance uses AptX technology to achieve audiophile-quality sound in the Fi50 bluetooth speaker. It also features an MDF wood speaker cabinet for warmer, fuller sound. An internal 40-watt amp powers dual 5-inch woofers & dual coaxial tweeters. CNET calls it “the best sound for the money.”
Ferrolic is an electromagnetic display that merges nature and technology using ferro fluid; creating animated displays, moving text & custom visuals. In the example shown, it’s a mesmerizing clock. Software driven electromagnets balance the fluid between gravity & its own natural forces.