The latest Kvart & Bolge Sound Sommelier tower speakers are unique to say the least. At around 32″ tall and 4″ wide, they are void of any woofer or tweeter, and instead rely on a single 3-inch Tymphany neodymium full-range driver for bass, midrange and treble frequencies.
The Krups KM7000 Pro Grinder and Brewer is a 10 cup coffee maker designed for the home, and brews coffee like a barista. With a built in grinder to grind those gourmet beans and a design that would suit any modern kitchen, the Krups KM7000 is a beast of a machine for any coffee lover, and one that won’t break the bank.
Soup3rb blender also has an 800-watt heating element in the bottom that can be activated before you start blending. Need to melt, warm or soften something? Flick a switch, add the ingredient, and start blending.
Introducing WonderCube, a tiny, one-inch cube that provides 8 mobile essentials in one tiny package. In fact, it’s so compact, you can barely feel it in your pocket, and putting it on a key-chain is not cumbersome at all.
The new JIVR Bike is a two-wheeling folding bike that not only uses a chainless electric drive, which is good for 20 miles of pedal-free travel per charge, but also serves as an iBeacon that talks to any nearby device which supports the format.
It’s no secret that the wireless security camera business is thriving, and a new entry to the market, Guardzilla, an under-$100-pricepoint-no-monthly-fee security device, is making some waves. Add to that the fact that you can set this sucker up in 60-seconds, and it’s starting to lead the charge in this product sector.
Cool-named company, Nano Hifi, just introduced their Nano HiFi NH1 Speakers, designed to add an accent to a variety of interior home décor. With a clean sound and look, the NH1s separates into three pieces like, which can double as book ends.
Olympus is trying to shake things up in the camera design department with their latest Stylus SH-2, a point-and-shoot camera that’s using retro looks to appeal to everyone, professional and novice shooter.
The Cinder Sensing Cooker, available now for pre-order, essentially is a complex grill/thermal chamber, with built-in sensors, and powered by a 1,800-watt electric heater, which heats up food FAST! It includes two cooking plates in its pre-order model, and can hold temperature steady within 0.25 degrees Fahrenheit throughout the duration of your cooking time, up to 550 degrees Fahrenheit.
The Runcible is both weird but a very compelling device, which offers many of the same capabilities as a smartphone, but it looks like a pocket watch. Its creator, Monohm, wants the circular device to challenge the traditional smartphone industry, both in design and function. Aubrey Anderson, the company’s founder and CEO, describes the Runcible as a quieter gadget, void of constant notifications, which can help people relax and live in the moment, while still staying connected online without internet overload.