Scientists from Disney Research are working on tech which uses something called “quasistatic cavity resonance” to emit magnetic fields that can safely deliver up to 1900 watts of wireless power to devices placed anywhere in a room. It’s still in its infancy, but the result is awesome.
Take your tunes anywhere with HomeSpot’s rugged Bluetooth speaker. It’s IP66 rated, so it can handle big splashes, drops, and dust, making it perfect for boating, rafting, camping and the beach. Has dual 6W drivers, and offers NFC pairing. Save 62% in The Awesomer Shop.
Looking for the ultimate in audio minimalism? These earbuds are as compact as you can get, eliminating all wires, and just barely sticking out of your ears. Their storage case also charges them, and they have active noise suppression and echo cancellation for phone calls.
It’s happened to most of us with a nice car at some point – you pull into a space and scrape or dent your wheels. SmartRim sensors work with a smartphone app to show exactly how close your wheels are to the curb, protecting pricey rims.
A distinctive portable audio system presented in a sculptural package. The Onyx offers 60 watts of power through four drivers, and wirelessly connects via Bluetooth, AirPlay or DLNA. Has NFC pairing, and runs on battery for up to 8 hours.
Assuming you’re not using your water bottle caddy for H2O, the boomBOTTLE will add a complete wireless sound system to your bike. Pairs with Bluetooth phones and works as a speakerphone.
The audiophile grade playGo AP1 will provide lossless audio from iOS devices using AirPlay to any audio system using a pure digital connection. Also supports DLNA and Microsoft Play To tech.
This new line of headphones uses Wi-Fi to let you listen to music anywhere on any wireless network, tuning in directly to thousands of internet channels or connecting wirelessly to audio devices.
A convenient hub that lets you use, access and share your external hard drive, printer, card reader and other USB-enabled devices over your wireless network. Connects up to 4 USB devices.
Philips speakers’ bulbous shape is designed to enhance dimensionality of sound. With AirPlay, they connect to iOS devices and iTunes libraries over WiFi. Hope they sound as good as they look.
This tiny wireless keyboard is small enough to fit in the palm of your hand, provides backlit QWERTY keys and a trackpad, and works with PC, Mac, Xbox 360 and PS3. Works up to 100 feet away.
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