The SoundLink II Around-ear headphones eliminate its predecessor’s bulging Bluetooth dongle. They can also connect to and switch between two Bluetooth sources. The headphones last up to 15h per charge and come with an audio cable for wired usage.
Motorola’s smartwatch is now available in 46mm or 42mm sizes. You’ll also be able to pick the color of its strap, case and bezel. It can also receive notifications and play music from Google Play on its own when connected to a Wi-Fi network.
A mechanical white noise generator, aka a horizontal fan. Its pitch video is funny, but it all boils down to this: does the sound of an electric fan help you fall asleep? If it does, Snooz is for you. You can adjust its tone and volume manually or with its app.
A pressure-sensitive multi-touchpad. Using a variety of overlays you can turn Morph into a keyboard, a graphics tablet, a music controller and more. When it launches you’ll be able to design ready-to-print custom overlays.
A bag and gadget cache in one. The basic model has a 10,000mAh battery, 4 USB ports, a retractable power cord, Bluetooth speaker and an anti-theft alarm (via an app). Optional features include a Wi-Fi hotspot and GPS tracking.
One of the thinnest battery cases ever made. Its 2600mAh battery more than doubles the iPhone 6’s run time while offering protection. You can use a Lightning cable to recharge both the iPhone and ThinCharge.
Slick is a mountable, portable gimbal system for GoPro cameras. It has three electric motors and sensors that compensate for movement to capture smooth videos. It works with GoPro mounts, is waterproof and lasts 2h per charge.
The Touchjet Wave is a small Android 4.4 device that turns any TV or display with an HDMI port into a touchscreen, thanks to its built-in infrared sensor. You can control or stream content to it using iOS or Android devices.
A sound system capable of playing practically any digital audio file, from MP3s to DSDs. Inside the AKT1’s aluminum body are two 0.75” tweeters, two 2” midranges and two 6.5” woofers, two Cirrus Logic DACs and a touchscreen console.
Knocki lets you automate your home or trigger your phone just by tapping or knocking. It senses vibration (not sound) on a variety of hard surfaces, and you can assign knock patterns to different functions.
Graava uses a variety of sensors to detect when it’s capturing something notable. It can then automatically edit its recording to include only those highlights. Takes 1080p/30fps & 720p/60fps videos and 8MP stills with 130º FOV.