The crazy expensive Kindle Oasis is 20% thinner than previous models, with a new design that makes it easier to hold one-handed (for both lefties and righties). It also has improved backlighting and comes with a charging cover that extends its battery life to months.
Up until now, GPS-based bike speedometers have been a strictly digital affair. OMATA aims to change that with a neat and easy to read design that displays speed using an analog gauge, but using GPS data for accuracy. Also displays distance, time, and vertical ascent.
A pair of Xenon HID flashlights with a built-in belt clip. The Repulsor emits a total of 7,911 lumens at a 60º angle. Its low beam mode reaches up to 650ft away, while the high beam lights up to about 2300ft. It lasts up to 115min. per charge and also has a USB charging port.
The Ekko Hub is a home audio streaming solution. It comes with two or four wireless receivers that each have their own volume and mute controls, and a base station with 3.5mm, RCA and optical inputs. It also works with DLNA and Apple AirPlay.
Probably the loudest portable speaker ever. SoundBoks has four drivers – two woofers and two tweeters – each boosted by a 42W digital amplifier. Its DSP allows it to blast up to a scary 119dB, yet its swappable battery lasts between 8h to 100h per charge. And yes, it goes to 11.
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