For the second straight year, HTC decided to make minor cosmetic changes to its flagship phone. Inside, the HTC One M9 has an 8-core Snapdragon 810 CPU, 3GB RAM, 32GB storage with microSD slot and a 20mp rear camera.
Sesame has an idiot-proof installation process. Just tape it over a deadbolt with the supplied adhesive and you’re done. You can then activate it with its app, by a secret knock on your door or phone, or simply by having your phone nearby.
A rugged flashlight with built-in GPS, a fitness tracker and other apps. It also has a USB port that lets you charge other devices from its battery or attach a Fogo module, which will include a walkie-talkie and a satellite modem.
A USB charger that has four interchangeable plugs – American, European, British and Australian – so you can use an outlet wherever you are. Each plug is just over 0.5″ thick when folded, making it extremely portable.
A set of tracking devices that work with an augmented reality app. The app uses your mobile device’s camera to give you directions and point out your item. You can even group items, because the trackers can detect other nearby trackers.
A Bluetooth speaker and projector with a built-in battery. Its 1280×800 projection display can give you a 100″ screen from just 8.4ft away. It has HDMI and USB charging ports so you can plug in media players like a Roku stick or Chromecast.
A Bluetooth headset that can record conversations from your phone or VOIP apps such as Skype. It stores thousands of hours of audio, which you can transfer to your phone via its app or to your computer via email or USB.