Once in the marine audio business, Roswell Global is trying it’s hat in the multi-room wireless audio sector with it’s new Airhome Wi-Fi Home Audio systems. Roswell’s start up company, Zenovia Electronics, is giving Sonos a run for its money, combining Airhome’s good looking components combine wireless Apple AirPlay both wall and ceiling speakers.
Husqvarna, veteran maker’s of stellar lawn mower lines, does it again with their latest 4-in-1 HU700H. With a 22” cutting deck , a Honda 4-stroke, GVC160cc, 3 mph engine with overhead valves, rear wheel drive and a deck washout port for easy cleaning, this gas-powered beauty can take both small and large lawns, and make quick worth of them.
The new MEEM Smartphone Cable Backup may be the answer to what everyone has been waiting on. Meem makes the whole backup or restore process a breeze, thanks to its technology of bundling backup functionality into a charger cable. With the Meem, where ever you are, charging and backups can take place automatically without any additional peripherals, hardware or cloud storage.
InMovement, arguably the leader in adjustable standing desks, has come out with their Elevate Desktop DT2 sit-to-stand desks ($400), which is sure to make a huge splash in this category due to the comparatively inexpensive price, and it’s good-looking and durable build.
The TomTom Spark Cardio + Music’s audience is targeting those hardcore users who want more than just calorie and step tracking. The Spark answers with additional features like the aforementioned GPS, heart-rate and music storage.
Aquanta turns your dumb water heater into a smart, energy-efficient one – heating water only when you need it and saving you money when you don’t. All from the convenience of your smart phone or tablet
One of Verizon’s latest flagship smartphones, the HTC 10, is here and it’s raising some eyebrows. With a form factor that replicates the HTC ONE series, a huge battery and specs that rival any device on the market, the HTC 10 is a beast of a phone with plenty of advantages.
The biēm also allows you to consume less butter without compromising taste, cutting an estimated 50 percent of the calories normally consumed when spreading with a knife.
The biēm makes butter even better, and a lot more versatile, especially in terms of ease-of-use and portion control. While there are other products on the market that claim to be butter sprays, none of them use real butter. They are all using either artificial or flavored oil and typically are chocked full of other artificial ingredients. Not to mention dangerous flammable propellants. Until now, there has never been a way to take a solid stick of real butter and turn it into a handheld spray in seconds, period.
This year Audio-Technica updates there already successful ATH-MSR7 headphones with a new noise cancelling version appropriately named the ATH-MSR7NC. The company bumps up the price about $50 for the new version, so the retail on these cans rounds out at $300. But we think it’s worth it considering the specs alone. These premium headphones apparently are one of a handful of high resolution audio certified headphones with active noise-cancelling technology, and Audio-Technica explains that by re-positioning the acoustic vent and mic, the headphones achieve noise cancelling without affecting the sound quality.
The Lenovo Ideapad 100s runs just under $200, and packs a bit of processing power with a cool design to offer a really nice package for mere peanuts. Additionally, the Lenovo IdeaPad 100S is a lightweight, has a good 9-hour battery, and is powered by Windows 10. It also has a nice 11.6-inch display, and a decent keyboard and touchpad.