Teenage Engineering and Cheap Monday’s pint-sized synthesizers – a drum machine, a bass synth and a lead synth – are bare bones boards. They run on 2 AAA batteries and have 3.5mm line-in and line-out.
A universal remote that can control over 30,000 devices via infrared, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Z-Wave and more. You can get just the core and use the free iOS or Android app as a remote or get the bundle that comes with the Neeo remote.
Goal Zero’s Yeti generators can be charged from an outlet, a car’s 12V adapter or via Goal Zero’s solar panels. The generators all have USB, 12V and AC charging ports. Available in 168Wh, 396Wh and 1200Wh capacities.
A compact, splashproof 4K video camera that shoots 3840×2160 video at 30fps. A powerful Bionz X processor helps overall image quality. Has Wi-Fi for remote control and HDMI for direct connection to 4K TVs. Drops 3/15 for $500.
This odd looking gadget can capture 360° panoramic images using three fish-eye lens cameras, and automatically stitches the images together in real time. Shoots 4096×2048 stills, and 2048×1024 videos.
Twelve South’s stylish and stealthy case is now available for the new iPhones. As always, it’s bound in genuine leather and has book-like accents on its spine. It also has pockets for cards and cash and comes with a protective case.
The Jaasta keyboard has e-ink screens on each key to display different shortcuts and symbols. It’s also programmable so you can change the function of individual keys. It will soon be available as a crowdfunding reward for $299.