The Cinemizer OLED has two 870 Ã— 500 OLED displays that mimic a single 40″ monitor. It has adjustable focus, head tracking that emulates a mouse, a 6-hour battery, as well as stereoscopic 3D via HDMI and AV inputs.
A rugged Android tablet for outdoorsy types. Has a 6″ E-ink touchscreen, GPS, Wi-Fi, AM/FM/SW/LW radio, weather sensors, Bluetooth, 2-way radio and a solar panel on the back. Can also be charged via USB.
Tiptop sets itself apart from other Bluetooth speakers with its magnetized mount. It’s meant screws into a room’s corner. When docked into its mount, it effectively uses the surrounding walls as a speaker cabinet.
The Monitor over-ear headphones have 40mm drivers, dual 3.5mm sockets for sharing audio, brass hinges that make them completely collapsible and treble filters that you can remove if you prefer a brighter sound.
An adapter that lets you use a pair of binoculars as a super telephoto lens for your smartphone, improving zoom and viewing angles. It can be adjusted to fit various phone sizes and can also be used with telescopes and microscopes.
The Barman is a simplified weighing scale. Use a mobile app to send the recipe of the drink you want to make to Barman and it will tell you how much of each ingredient to add using an idiot proof interface.
The Atom charges gadgets using electricity converted from the movement of your bike’s rear wheel. What makes it really useful is its removable 1300mAh battery, letting you charge when it suits you.