It may look like grandma’s old hobby camera from the 60s but this is actually the new Lumix GX7, a micro 4/3s point & shoot with a magnesium-alloy body, a 16-MP sensor, built-in wi-fi & super-high 25.6K ISO for getting solid shots even in situations with terrible lighting. Available November 2013.
You’re already late to the stand-up desk craze currently sweeping our cubicle nation but this convertible sit or stand desk will get you on trend instantly & let you sit back down when you’re over it. A dry erase surface coupled with push-button electronic adjustment for easily switching up your position, it’s also designed to accommodate your treadmill in case you wanna jog while pretending to work.
OLED stands for Organic Light Emitting Diode. It’s newer technology that’s different & much brighter than both regular LED or LCD displays. LG offers up an ultra-thin 3-D HDTV with a curved screen. Kinda like iMax at home. It’s only 4mm thick. That’s thinner than a pencil & definitely thinner than your current HD flatscreen, which average about 15mm thick.
This is Breitling’s newest release in their classic Unitime Series. The Transocean Unitime Pilot in the all-black steel model is limited to a 1000 piece production run and features a unique worldtime mechanism. With 24 global time zones to choose from, you simply twist the crown to your chosen city for accurate date & time anywhere in the world, at a glance.
Unlike most portable solar panels, this self-contained unit also offers on-board tracking, meaning the panel rotates as the sun crosses the sky, allowing it to soak up max rays & produce more juice. In just 5 hours, the panels power up its lithium iron phosphate battery for a 25-hour run time.
Paying homage to World War 2 era British codebreakers, this new chrono from Bremont uses actual parts from Britain’s once secretive Bletchley Park Government Code and Cipher School. The rotor of the watch is made from the wheel of an original Enigma cipher machine, while the crown is inset with a piece of pine taken from the floor of the fabled wartime facility.
Forget you ever laid eyes on a Segway and think about the practicality of an electric scooter. Zips through traffic. Easy to park. Better for the planet. More fun than the bus. Lots of reasons. The all-aluminum Rover is made in Oregon, USA. It’s got a range of 36 miles and a top speed of 33MPH.
30 hours. That’s all the time it takes to build your own wooden sailboat with this DIY kit. Instead of watching 4 more seasons of (insert cable series) you can become the first boatbuilder of the family. A craftsman. A family legend. This kit includes everything you need from top to bottom, bow to stern.
Not only is it hot, it’s also smart. The Dacor Discovery IQ is a premium, built-in wall convection oven that’s also got a Samsung 1GHz processor and a 7-inch LCD screen, basically it’s an Android-powered PC, that will handle cooking time, temp, let you download recipes, cooking apps, plus you can control it from your mobile devices.
With the release of the new 70-inch Sharp AQUOS Ultra HD LED TV, Sharp is leaping into the American 4K TV market. Like other 4Ks, this thing boasts four times the pixel resolution of a regular HD display. It’s also the first television to receive the coveted THX 4K certification, guaranteeing a studio-quality image to the standards approved by a panel of Hollywood production experts. Available mid-August.