A lighter designed to help smokers quit. Quitbit tracks your smoking habits, lets you set limits, shows how much money you’ve saved by cutting back and more. You can even turn off its heating coil for a set amount of time.
The Auto-Fit keyboard case has a spring-loaded mechanism that makes it compatible with a variety of Android tablets. Its battery lasts up to a year per charge. The 7″ version is already out, with 8″ and 10″ sizes to follow.
We all think we’re being sly when we snap secret photos with our phones but it’s more than likely others just politely ignore our bad manners. Peek-I is a tiny periscope-like attachment that allows you to take photos at a 90-degree angle.
Korner uses door and window trigger tags and connects to its fob via your router. When a tag detects an intrusion, the fob emits an alarm and also alerts you through a mobile app. Indiegogo supporters pay no annual subscription fee.
A bicycle that’s as tough as it is smart. The Valour has a carbon fiber frame and various built-in devices and sensors. It can alert you of objects in your blind spot, provide turn-by-turn navigation, track your biking habits and more.
One ring to rule all of your devices. Nod is a wearable Bluetooth gesture sensing device. It lets you control desktop computers, mobile devices and even smart appliances. It’s also waterproof and lasts up to a day per charge.
A wearable smartphone designed for children. Tinitell lets kids call and answer calls simply by pressing its large button and saying the name of the person they want to call. It also has a GPS module so its wearer can be tracked.