The SuperSystem streams Internet radio stations and podcasts, plus the music in your PC. It also plays via Bluetooth, USB and 3.5mm input and is compatible with the UNDOK multi-system control app. It has two 40W 3.5″ drivers and a 40W subwoofer.
An affordable and extremely user-friendly laser cutter and engraver. It lets you work on a wide range of materials, including aluminum, leather and chocolate. You can use various image file types as designs or trace the cut directly on the material.
Despite not looking like one, Obi is a laser pointer toy. Use its mobile app to control it manually or set parameters – speed, boundary and even a schedule – for its automatic mode. It has a neutral design that will blend in any home, and is sure to occupy bored pets.
A highly customizable universal remote control. Thanks to its E-ink touchscreen and customizing app, you can choose to include only the controls you want per device, or even place buttons for different devices on one page. Sadly it’s exclusive to Japan for now.
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.
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