Active noise-canceling headphones with solid wood ear cups and a “defeat” button that simultaneously turns off the noise-cancelation and lowers the volume so you can hear what’s around you.
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Mirrors are not viable on most bicycles, but you can keep an eye on your rear with the Owl 360. Its camera sends a 75° field of view to the 3.5″ LCD handlebar screen. Also has LED warning lights.
The DeLorme inReach two-way satellite communicator has global coverage, letting users send SOS, location data and even text messages on their smartphones even in remote areas.
Transforms your iPhone 4 or 4S into a fully-functional guitar trainer with real strings and a light-up fretboard to help guide your fingertips. Has several difficulty levels and a free play mode.
MIT researchers have invented a substance called LiquiGlide which can be used to line surfaces to make them super-slippery, keeping ketchup and other thick liquids flowing from bottles with ease.
This clever kit lets you turn everyday objects or drawings into working buttons or keyboards for controlling games and other software. As shown in the video, you can even play with your banana.
Has a 15.6″ 1080p screen and a design that fits both work and play. Available with Intel Ivy Bridge CPUs up to 2.9 GHz Core i7, GeForce GTX 675M GPU, 32GB RAM and a 32GB SSD drive for caching.
A unique electronic music-making plaything, the AlphaSphere is covered with 48 tactile, pressure-sensitive pads which can programmed used to control music software on your computer.
A new mirrorless APS-C camera from Sony. It has a 16.1mp Exmor CMOS sensor, 1080/60i video, BIONZ image processor, built-in flash, 180° tiltable 3″ LCD, and interchangeable lenses.
A case for the iPhone 4/4S that’s also a 4G WiMax hotspot for the iPhone plus 8 additional devices. The first 512MB is free; pay $10 per additional 1GB. Also has a built-in iPhone charger.
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