The Ekko Hub is a home audio streaming solution. It comes with two or four wireless receivers that each have their own volume and mute controls, and a base station with 3.5mm, RCA and optical inputs. It also works with DLNA and Apple AirPlay.
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.
A small universal remote control that snaps on to streaming device remote controls. Its buttons can mimic the function of any button on your other remotes, e.g. you can turn on your TV and control your soundbar’s volume with one Sideclick.
A table with a 2.1 stereo system built in. It has two 4″ speakers, an 8″ woofer, an amplifier, 2 RCA inputs, separate controls for volume, woofer level and subsonic filter, hidden storage and power strip, and optional storage bins.
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.
Odin is a battery-powered portable projector that runs Android KitKat, which means it can run Google Play apps. It has Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, HDMI and USB ports. It can create up to a 250″ screen and can also be used as a Bluetooth speaker.
A TV stand with a shelf and power strip at the back. It lets you hide your set top boxes and other video devices as well as their cables and cords. The wooden model in the video is just a prototype; the actual product is made of metal.