Designed by Dennis Siegel, the RFID Bikealarm deters theft by emitting an ear-shattering 120dB alarm if it senses drastic movement. The owner uses a small RFID tag to wirelessly activate and deactivate the alarm.
A rubber case for the iPhone and iPod Touch charging cable and power adapter. The case keeps the cable and adapter together and can be used as a cable tie. It comes in nine colors to make it easier to identify your cable and adapter.
A device that automates venetian blinds. Jalousier adjusts blinds based on the weather, time, ambient light and room temperature. You can also control it remotely and make it open or close the blinds at preset times.
Sinister is a hand-shaped gamepad for Windows, Linux and OS X computers. Not only are its length and arch adjustable to fit your hand, you can also reposition its buttons and analog stick. It also has an enhanced rumble feature.
This tiny pair of devices are much more than just headphones. Dash streams music via Bluetooth, but it’s also a music player by itself with 4GB of storage. It’s also a fitness tracker and a Bluetooth headset.
The successor to the awesome NEX-6, it has a 24.3MP APS-C sensor, 100 to 25600 ISO, 1080/60p video, improved detail and autofocus, wi-fi, image apps, OLED viewfinder, built-in flash, hot shoe, and a direct mode dial. Out 4/2014.
A minimalist portable wireless speaker. Its aluminum frame, plastic body and textile grill are finished in monochrome. It works with Bluetooth, DLNA, AirPlay, Wi-Fi and ad-hoc wireless. It also has 3.5mm and optical inputs. Pricing TBD.
A minimalist aluminum dock. It fits Apple’s Lightning connector perfectly, but it can be used with other devices thanks to an included custom micro-USB cable. An elegant lock makes it easy to attach and remove the cable.
Streams music directly via Wi-Fi to speakers with a 3.5mm, RCA or optical input. Streams from Pandora or the songs saved on your iOS or Android device, with more services soon. Multiple Beeps can be networked for whole home audio.
This substantial sound system has two 25mm tweeters, two 2″ mid-ranges and two 5.25″ woofers, each with a 50w amp. Streams via Bluetooth, DLNA and AirPlay. Has 3.5mm, RCA and optical inputs and two USB charging ports.
A USB keyboard designed to work with Photoshop. It has 319 keys: 299 keys for preset commands and 20 customizable keys. Shortcut-S will also work with other programs and can be updated and reconfigured via software patches.