While most LED bulbs are packed with modern features and aesthetics, Edison chose to get the best of both worlds. Its dimmable LED bulbs have the look and warm glow of old bulbs and the efficiency and safety of LEDs.
Synek lets you serve fresh beer in a compact package. It uses vacuum-sealed 1-gallon bags and an adapter to transfer beer from a keg or a tap. You can switch bags out of the dispenser and store them for up to 30 days.
A web app that disguises any webpage to look like the New York Times’ website. It even has the title and image from an actual news article, plus a summary of the article so your cover won’t be blown if someone asks what you’re “reading.”
If the Terminator had a backup battery, it would be this one. This 6,000mAh battery can charge two gadgets at once, is IPX 5 weatherproof and shockproof, and its level can be checked from your smartphone. It even comes with a flashlight.
An elegant watch and fitness tracker. It tracks calories burned and distance covered when you walk, run or swim. Made of stainless steel and sapphire glass and comes with a leather and a plastic strap. Available this Fall for $390.
Mybelll’s speaker can blast out sounds up to 105dB, or about twice as loud as a typical metal bell. You can customize its horn by importing your own audio files. Its built-in 110 lumen LED lights are customizable as well.
Odin is a battery-powered portable projector that runs Android KitKat, which means it can run Google Play apps. It has Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, HDMI and USB ports. It can create up to a 250″ screen and can also be used as a Bluetooth speaker.
The latest 3D printer from MakerBot has a massive 12″ x 12″ x 18″ build area, which allows for printing large models, or multiple small ones at once. We want one just so we can print skulls like the one shown here.