It looks like a classic Marshall tube amp with its gold, vintage-style analog knobs and the old school cloth grill but it’s actually an 80-watt home speaker system. It’s got built-in bluetooth or you can plug in your turntable, tape deck, or iPod with its 3.5mm audio & RCA inputs.
Garmin’s newest wi-fi enabled touchscreen smartwatches measure all the crucial fitness metrics plus they offer recovery data, training plan support, & track personal records, laps, & calories. They also offer Live Track, which allows family, friends & stalkers to follow where you are on your run.
This portable, propane-fired outdoor pizza oven will turn your tailgate party or backyard BBQ into an al fresco Italian restaurant. The internal baking stone heats up to cooking temp in just 10 minutes and will pop out perfect pies in as little as 5.
The only indication that this is actually a 4-speaker wireless sound system is that little Harman Kardon logo. Otherwise the Onyx looks like a sculpture of some sort. But in addition to its artful appearance it features built-in Bluetooth, AirPlay, and DLNA for easy connection to all your home and mobile devices, plus the HK Remote App makes set up a cinch.
Theta is a lightweight camera that lets you easily create spherical panoramic images. Perfect for shooting & sharing 360-degree views. The camera lines everything up to create a seamless shot. Simple software lets you Geotag your images & share them through all your social outlets via smartphone or computer.
Sony’s new QX Series is smart. Instead of popping out yet another little compact camera, they’ve developed a new phone-mounted ‘Lens Camera’ system using your connected smartphone but upgrades the optics with Zeiss glass. The QX100 features a 20MP sensor while QX10 features a 10X optical zoom.
Samsung just jumped into the smartwatch fracas with a mean machine. It syncs with your Galaxy phone & offers over 70 compatible apps. Check notifications, control music play, take calls, & so on. It’s also got a 1.9 MP camera, 2 mics, & shoots 720p movies.
If you’re a tool guy, you know that Festool makes the good stuff. It comes down to smart German engineering & innovative designs. Their new Carvex 420 jigsaw features triple blade guidance for precise cuts, an adjustable base system for easy angled and corner cuts. Available with a cord or as a Li-Ion battery-powered cordless.
1080P HD video, Wi-Fi, & GPS are the key features in this new “watch what I did” camera but it’s also got something that the others don’t: preset & programmable filming modes that help you film only what you want: like the ski run down but not the chairlift ride up.
After a 3-year ice age TiVo is back with a trio of new DVRs. What makes these the best ones yet is that all 3 models offer out-of-home streaming as well as the option to download shows & movies straight onto your iOS6 devices. They also come with a new remote that doesn’t rely on IR plus a refreshed user interface & new YouTube & Netflix apps.