A variant of the Galaxy Note 4, the Galaxy Note Edge has a narrow, curved display bar that provides quick access to notifications, shortcuts and widgets. But it can also be personalized, and developers will be able to add to its functions.
A mobile hotspot service for frequent travelers. For a flat monthly fee, Anqor will let you go online via the cellular networks in different countries, eliminating roaming fees and the need for multiple SIM cards or plans.
A bicycle tail light with an integrated 720p 130º camera and a microphone. The camera continuously records 15min. clips, which are stored in a microSD card (8GB card included). It also has a water-repellent coating.
A stylus and a pen that have a color sensor, letting you copy and store colors from the real world. Use the stylus on your computer or mobile device, or get the pen and use your colors on paper, thanks to its built-in CMYK ink cartridges.
Unlike most power strips, Conway Electric’s Extō was made to be left out in the open. Its outlet-style body and cover are available in nine colors. It also has a 12′ cotton-covered cord, slip-resistant feet and mounting holes.
The Y70 is the newest member of Lenovo’s underrated Y series gaming laptops. It has a 17.3″ 1080p LED multitouch display, 2.5GHz Intel Core i7 CPU, 4GB GeForce GTX 860M GPU, 512GB SSD, 16GB RAM and Windows 8.1.
BioLite’s thermoelectric generator is now in a kettle. The KettleCharge lets you heat up to 750ml of water, and at the same time charge gadgets for up to 15mins. It also has a 1250mAh battery and a heat-resistant USB extender.
A heads-up display for vehicles that lets you interact with your iOS or Android phone without taking your eyes off the road. Use your navigation apps and interact with messages and calls via touchless gestures or voice command.