B&O’s brand new speaker boasts a powerful sound system and sleek modern design. With its True360 sound, it plays music equally whichever way you place it. The Beolit 15, features 240 watts of peak power, with Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity. Perhaps the best feature of all, is that the speaker features a rechargeable Li-ion battery that lasts up to 24 hours on one charge. For an expensive $599.99, you can purchase one of the top bluetooth speakers on the market.
Looking for a quick smooth keyboard that can fit in your pocket? WayTools has created just that. The TexBlade keyboard snaps together with magnets in your pocket, weighing just over 42 grams in total. By connecting to a phone, tablet or PC, the TextBlade is the slimmest QWERTY wireless keyboard on the market. With a quick charge through the USB, you can focus on your work with minimal weight to carry.
I find myself wondering what it’d be like to live in the “future” say, the year 2115. I imagine cars, buildings, and life in general would be drastically different. In this futuristic vision, I imagine speakers would look something like this. Only thing is you can buy this speaker NOW! It’s a levitating Hi-Fi speaker called MARS. Allen Zhang the founder of CrazyBaby and lead designer of MARS brought to life something I honestly couldn’t imagine. Although the speaker only levitates while above the cylindrical looking subwoofer, which also has usb ports, it is made to take with you on the go. MARS is made from aluminum grade aluminum and it’s magnetic, so when listening to music outside the house, you can just stick it to something metal. Another cool feature the speaker has is that it will adjust the volume based on how close or far you are to the speaker. The company definitely has vision, can’t wait to see if they make any other products. Check out their website and pre-order for only $189.00!
Wow, you never know what gadgets they come up with next. Designer Pierpaolo Lazzarini and Musician Giampaolo Scapigliati came up with this fresh new way to print directly from your iPhone and iPad. The Printeroid allows you to use it as a portable fax/printer for pictures and a variety of other documents that you need to print on the go. This would ultimately come in handy if you happen to forget those beloved tickets at home, or if you simply want to print a photo while on vacation.
Printing Dimensions: 2.7 inches printing 0.15 inches per second, at 300 dpi, all on ‘printafilm’ paper (available in 10-meter rolls).
Kodak is the next company to take a shot at becoming GoPro’s biggest competitor. With the release of the SP360, users will have many options on how they like to shoot their personal footage. The SP360 comes equipped with a 16-megapixel camera with an MOS sensor that records in full 1080/720p. The camera can also be controlled by Andoid or iOS, which is nothing new when compared to the GoPro. Lastly, Kodak was smart enough to make the camera water proof, freeze proof and shock proof from 6.6ft.
Whether it’s time-lapse, the 360 round mode, 360 panorama, front mode, front/ back mode – the SP360 has a lot to offer. Priced at $350, Kodak might soon be a top seller among portable cameras.
The GoPlug bag is a new concept bag/backpack that allows you to charge electronics by using a built in outlet or USB charger. The bag is completely water proof, which is an absolute must if your dealing with electricity being stored in your bag. The bag is rated to hold enough power to charge a phone 6 times, and tablets and laptops up to 2 times. This is an awesome concept, as I can see this being used in my everyday life for all the said items, and maybe my camera as well. Best feature of course, it looks like it was very well designed for storage, which is a must for a bag. For $130, the bag can be yours.
The Copanhagen Wheel, was first developed in 2009 with MIT’s Senseable City Lab and the City of Copenhagen. As of now, the “futuristic wheel” is in its first stages of commercial production and aims to have thousands shipped out around the world by the end of 2014. The best thing about the Copenhagen Wheel, is perhaps how sleek it is. While many electric bicycles appears to look like miniature motor cycles, this wheel offers a true bicycle experience.
Why is this wheel so unique and cool? Well, the wheel is used by unlocking it through your Bluetooth settings on your phone. Once you turn the app on your phone, you can control and use a variety of settings by the press of a button. Once you begin pedaling, you are set for a brand new ride. The Copanhagen Wheel also features a rechargeable lithium ion battery with over 30+ miles of range. Buy the wheel, swap it out, and suddenly biking long distance is easy and enjoyable.
Fly Nixie has recently been working on the very first wearable camera that can fly, I was skeptical at first, but if they can nail this technology down, say goodbye to all the GoPro’s. The Nixie wearable camera looks like a thick bracelet, but once snapped off, it will take flight and follow your every move. Whether you want to take photos or video, the Nixie will be able to capture all of the moments. I just can’t imagine all the possibilities where this could come in handy: sporting events, festivals, concerts, the list goes on.
At first glance you might not think this camera, is actually a phone. Panasonic’s newly released point and shoot camera features powerful specs as both a phone and camera. Why exactly are we featuring this clunky phone/slimmed down digital camera? Well, lets just let the stats do the talking.
2.3Ghz Snapdragon 800 processor
4.7-inch 1080p screen
2GB of RAM
Gigantic 1-inch sensor is a full 20 megapixels!!!
Leica F/2.8 28mm lens
DSLR-style manual controls for exposure, aperture, and ISO compliment
4K video shooting.
Last thing, this device will be priced at just over $1000
The brand new 912hp Quant e-sportlimousine is one interesting car to say the least. Technologically speaking, this car is pretty much in its own class. The e-sportlimousine is a four seater electric sports car which has four electric engines! That’s right four. While using it’s nanoFLOWcell system, the car can reach up to 600km distance, while only being powered by salt water. It should also be mentioned, that this beast of a car can hit 0-60mph in just 2.8 seconds and has recently been allowed for use on public roads (in munich).