This smart basketball from Wilson tracks your stats. Inside, there’s a Bluetooth radio, low-power processor, and three-axis accelerometer that uses algorithms to track your baskets and bricks. Unlike other smart basketballs, the X Connected ball never needs a recharge; its battery is good for 100K shots or about 2 years of heavy use.
Pendleton jumped on it, too. They’ve created 4 unique and officially licensed Star Wars blankets. They are all 64”X 72” unnapped, felt-bound American-made wool blankets featuring original images from The Force Awakens, The Empire Strikes Back, The Return Of The Jedi, & the original Star Wars film.
It snowed already at Whistler. Colorado, too. Electric’s EGX goggles will come in handy when shredding all that El Niño pow this winter. The EGX has a frameless, cylindrical design providing an ultra-widescreen field of vision and Press-Seal technology makes swapping out lenses faster & easier than ever.
Apple TV has been redesigned for the future of television & Tim Cook explained today that the future is apps. The new system offers Siri-powered voice control, a glass-screen touchpad remote, and an all-new operating system called tvOs that makes it easy for developers to create new, app-based content.
The Aura Wake-Up Light & Sound System is a high-tech alarm clock that simulates a sunrise using blue light that brightens slowly to gently wake you from your slumber. It also has Spotify built-in for millions of morning music options; or you can choose from Withing’s curated wake-up & sleep playlists.
It’s a combination smart folio & smart pen that let’s you draw & write by hand & saves your work on a device or in the cloud, allowing to you to access, archive & edit anywhere. The Bamboo Paper app allows you to share these files for collaboration.
Instead of your shaving weapons and grooming goods, the Tech Dopp Kit is designed to carry your cords, cables, and technical detritus, all in one handy portable pouch. It’s made of leather, features a brass zipper & is packed with compartments for all your tech trinkets.
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.
Made of rugged waxed sail cloth, this durable indoor/outdoor blanket measures 60” X 72” and features cotton twill insulation plus brass corner grommets for staking it down & a nylon strap for rolling it up to transport. Made in the U.S.A.
Italian cycling brand Campagnolo knows a thing or two about mechanical advantage. Created by the company’s founder in 1966, the oversized Big Corkscrew applies decades of Italian engineering & design wizardry to the popping of bottles.