The AK Jr. is Astell & Kern’s thinnest high-res audio player yet. While it’s not as feature-packed as its competitors – e.g. it doesn’t have Wi-Fi or Bluetooth streaming – it makes up for it with its great build quality and user interface.
A pair of Bluetooth earbuds and a mobile app that let you modify the sound from your surroundings. It can lower the overall volume or just certain frequencies, as well as equalize or even add effects like echo, all in real time.
A Bluetooth keyboard with infrared sensors that turn the entire area above the keys into an invisible touchpad when you hold down one of its mouse keys. The touchpad function works with PCs and Android devices.
SensorWake is an alarm clock that can wake you up within two minutes by diffusing scents. Each scent cartridge can be used 60 times and is 100% recyclable. Scents include espresso, mint and the almighty dollar.
Nuimo is an intuitive controller for PCs, smart appliances and other Bluetooth-enabled devices. It has a knob, a button and a touchscreen and also recognizes midair gestures. You can map these input methods to one or many devices at once.
Bluetooth headphones that detect when you fall asleep, and wake up and automatically adjusts its volume, equalizer and noise cancellation settings. The soft and breathable ear cups make Kokoon comfortable to wear even in bed.
Marshall’s first truly portable stereo speaker has a 20h battery, a 4″ woofer, two 0.75″ tweeters, 25W amp, 3.5mm aux in, Bluetooth 4.0, volume, bass and treble knobs and the classic Marshall amp look. Drops 6/15 for $300.