The TorrX smart ball pump has an automatic mode. Just enter the target BAR or PSI and it will automatically inflate or deflate the ball until the target pressure is reached. It uses a standard needle and can inflate up to 15 PSI.
An electric typewriter with a 6″ E-ink screen, a mechanical keyboard, enough memory for over a million pages, built-in Wi-Fi for cloud backups and a USB charge and sync port. Its battery lasts over a month per charge.
Hush not only uses memory foam to provide passive noise cancellation. It can also play soothing background noise to block out more unwanted sound and help you relax. Pick from different background noises using its mobile app.
The YotaPhone 2 turns its E-ink screen from a gimmick into a genuinely useful feature. Its monochrome rear display is now touch-enabled and can mirror the main display. It’s already out in Europe and drops in US and Asia in Q1 2015.
The Keewifi router makes it easier to connect devices to your network. Hold a Wi-Fi-enabled device close to the router and it will be logged in. You can also connect devices via its app or using the traditional password method.
An all-in-one amplifier designed to be compact, simple and affordable. It provides up to 50W per channel and has a 192 kHz/24-bit DAC. It has analog and digital coaxial inputs, a USB input and a Bluetooth aptX receiver.
Onecue lets you use gestures to control your appliances. It works with devices that use infrared or Wi-Fi remote control, no wires needed. However, like a standard remote it will need line of sight for infrared transmissions.
A basketball shot tracker that uses a net-mounted sensor and a wearable sensor along with a mobile device to distinguish and record makes and misses using a regular basketball. Its mobile app has a variety of workouts and drills.
It has an anodized aluminum case and a built-in microUSB or Lightning cable for both charging and syncing. Available in 3000mAh, 5000mAh, 7000mAh and 12000mAh capacities. The latter two models have a USB charging port.
An Android media stick that plugs in between your cable box and HDTV. Switch between live TV and digital content by snapping, clapping, whistling or by shaking your phone. A small window shows live TV when you’re on Playmute.