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.
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.
The majority of wireless and dock sound systems are built for portability. Not the case with this specimen. The modus operandi of the NAD VISO 1 is superior sound quality. It’s 19-inches wide and a foot in diameter boasting two full-range drivers that crossover to a single 5.75-inch side-ported woofer to pump out mids and bass. It’s loaded with ports to connect to everything plus it boasts next-gen Bluetooth aptX.
If you’re a fan of classic materials like vegetable-tanned leather and 100% wool felt, this Italian-made carry on from Hard Graft might cause a lump in your lederhosen. It is completely handcrafted and features an adjustable shoulder strap with a felt-lined interior.
Until the release of their latest point & shoot, the EX2F, Samsung’s wi-fi enabled cameras have suffered from sub-standard image quality. But the new EX2F is a definite step up. It offers a 12.4 MP image from a fast f/1.4-2.7 zoom lens along with dual image stabilization, ISO up to 12,800, and a 3-inch swivel display. Hits stores in August.
We’re right smack in the middle of prime barbecue season. Time to get your grilling game in gear. This dome-top portable grill from Rösle is a classic, simple design packed with smart features like a hinged lid, sturdy rubber wheels, and a rail storage system for your tools. Good for grilling and smoking and everything else.
If it feels like you live in your car, do yourself a favor and install a fridge. The Basecamp Portable fridge and freezer plugs into your car’s accessory socket providing a cool 42-quart capacity for your next meal in the driver’s seat, campout, or even a road soda. When you reach your destination, simply plug it into a regular socket to keep things cool.
The irony of using your iPhone 4/4s as an “advanced audio device” dissolves when you consider the features packed into the VAMP. The solid metal case contains a 150mW x 2 amplifier, dedicated pure Digital-Analog-Convertor, VQ audio enhancements, optical audio output and a backup battery. Meaning iTunes becomes hi-fiTunes.
One of the saddest things about spending a big night in the gentleman’s club with the boys is that in the morning nobody remembers what really happened. Even though it’s against club rules, shooting some photos or footage in the champagne room would solve this dilemma. If you pack Sony’s super low light sensitive DSC-RX100, you won’t need a flash thus allowing to fill a “memory” card without risking being bounced.
Half the reason you never motivate to go camping is because getting everything together is a total pain. But what if you had a system that packed your entire kitchen into a one durable, portable case? The sturdy, wilderness-worthy My Camp Kitchen is a purpose-built hardwood box with all kinds of shelves and cubbies to store all of your camp cooking gear. Once you’ve got it filled with your gear, all you have to do is heave it into the truck and you’re gone. Source